Below are the rules and regulations for the TNGTC Season Three. DRIVING STANDARDS · Drivers must respect track limits at all times. · Drivers must respect other drivers at all times. · Drivers must adhere to track flags at all times. · Drivers must avoid contact at all times. · Drivers must not make an overtaking attempt unless contact is unlikely. · Drivers must not cross the pit lane exit line. · Drivers must not jump the start. · Drivers must not weave to defend. · Drivers must only move once to defend their position. · If a car is alongside, drivers must leave a car’s width. TECHNICAL REGULATIONS Drivers can choose between the following cars for the season: · Aston Martin V12 Vantage GT3 · Aston Martin V8 Vantage GTE · Audi R8 LMS Ultra · BMW M3 GT · BMW Z4 GT3 · Chevrolet Corvette C7.R · Ginetta G55 GT3 · Mercedes-AMG GT3 · RUF RGT-8 GT3 TRACK LIMITS Drivers must not place all four wheels outside the white line. If a driver is consistently extending / cutting corners, they will be punished. If a driver overtakes outside the white line, they must give the position back. LOBBY RULES If there is a lag incident in the race (in which a car is flying around destroying other cars), the race will be stopped and restarted, unless beyond 75% distance. If there is a mass disconnect (5 or more drivers disconnect at once), the session will be restarted. The session will only be restarted once. If there is a mass disconnect after 75% distance, the order on that lap will be taken as the final result. SESSIONS and SESSION REGULATIONS Qualifying One Drivers have fifteen minutes to fight for pole position; the driver that gets pole position will also receive two championship points. This session will decide the grid for the Feature Race. Feature Race An approximately forty minute race for which drivers will receive points from first to tenth positions, with points 25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2 and 1. Fastest Lap in this race will also gift the driver two championship points. Qualifying Two Drivers have only one timed lap to fight for pole position; this session will decide the Sprint Race grid. Drivers will be allowed to exit the pits, start and finish a flying lap; they must then retire to the pit box. Warmup A five minute session in which drivers are allowed to complete installation laps and practice starts. Drivers must not cross the start / finish line. Sprint Race An approximately twenty minute race for which drivers will receive points from first to tenth positions, with points 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 and 1. Fastest Lap in this race will also gift the driver two championship points. Endurance Rounds Endurance Rounds will contest of only one Qualifying session and one race; the Qualifying session will be fifteen minutes long and the driver who takes pole position will receive four championship points. An approximately two hour race for which drivers will receive points from first to tenth positions, with points 40, 30, 25, 20, 16, 13, 10, 7, 4 and 2. Fastest Lap in this race will also gift the driver four championship points. Le Mans 2 Hour Finale The finale of the season will contest the same format as the other Endurance Rounds, however, the race points will be different. As always, points will be awarded from first to tenth places, but points will be 50, 36, 30, 24, 20, 16, 12, 8, 4 and 2. Fastest Lap and Pole Position will be worth four points each. Nϋrbϋrgring Nordschliefe Due to the length of the circuit, both Qualifying One and Qualifying Two will be twenty minutes in length, to accommodate the long lap.