All racing incidents will will be reviewed by an independent group of staff who hold no affiliation to this league in any way, shape or form. All incidents will be viewed on their merits, and the decisions made by the stewards will be respected even if you disagree with the outcome. Submitting a Report Reports are submitted to @Bram or @Chris Stacey via Personal Message, who will then forward them to the stewards. Reports must be submitted within 24 hours of the conclusion of the race. If you would like a racing incident to be looked at, then please make sure you conform to the procedure and standards that are expected of an incident report. This means: Your name, the round number, and the lap of the race on which it occurred. Clear video evidence of the events leading up to, during and proceeding the incident (total length should be ~1 minute). A variety of camera angles from both your opponents, and your own perspective. A text description of the events. Penalties The race stewards will have many different penalties at their disposal. For racing incidents there are time penalties that can be issued depending on the severity of the incident(s). Minor Incident = 5 second penalty Moderate Incident = 10 second penalty Major Incident = 20 second penalty As a means of achieving consistent officiating, track cutting during the race (more than two wheels leaving the white/yellow lines and gaining an advantage) will be systematically judged. Drivers who breach Rule 6.1 without 100% throttle lift off for at least 1 second, will be penalised. 3 cuts = Reprimand (Two reprimands in consecutive rounds = 10 second penalty) 4 cuts = 5 seconds added to your total race time. 5 cuts = 10 seconds added to your total race time. 6 cuts = 20 seconds added to your total race time >6 cuts = 20 seconds added to your total race time + 5 seconds for every additional cut.