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Series Rules and Regulations

Discussion in 'Xbox One | World Endurance Challenge' started by Michael Watts, Nov 1, 2017.

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  1. Michael Watts

    Michael Watts
    XB1 Gamertag: michaei watts

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    Rules and Regulations
    This game polices itself fairly well. However, we still need some rules in place to run the league.
    This will be a Gentleman's league, and although Rubbing occurs in racing, Any Intentional or Deemed Intention Contact to move an Opponent will not be tolerated. First Offense will be a Time or Points Penalty decided by a Consul of Drivers or Designated Stewards. If this Style of Driving continues you will not be invited to compete in any more races within the Series. This will be Enforced through Replay Video, and or Witnessing Drivers to determine if Contact was a Racing Accident or Purposeful. I highly encourage Drivers that believe they have been wronged to record their race and file a protest if Position is not given back on track.

    Golden Rule
    If you hit another driver during a Club race and disadvantage them, you are required to slow (or stop your car if necessary) to let the other driver regain the position on you. This shows respect to your fellow drivers and will encourage drivers to be more careful. Please use some care when letting the other driver regain position, and do not immediately stop your car on the racing line where it can cause further accidents.

    If it's reported and confirmed that you do not allow the driver you disadvantaged to regain their position by the end of that lap then you will receive an immediate Penalty

    Additional Rules
    1. When you have signed up for an event we expect you to be there. If for any reason you can not make it you can sign out up until one hour prior to the practice session. Signing up means you are committed to finishing the entire race.
    2. If you are involved in an accident, do not leave your car parked on the driving line where it can cause interference to other drivers or further accidents. Return to the pit box safely and repair your car to continue the race.
    3. If you accidentally leave the track for whatever reason you must wait until there is a clear, safe gap before rejoining the track. Upon rejoining the track you must get up to speed as quickly as possible without blocking the racing line.
    4. Never attempt U-turns on the racing line as you will cause an accident.
    5. Do not alter your line or braking for a faster car behind you. Unpredictable moves have a way of ending the race for both of you. Let the faster car dictate when and where to initiate a pass, and only then assist by easing off of the throttle.
    6. Try and discuss any incidents with the other drivers involved after the race in a friendly manner. If you feel stressed out by an accident then take 24 hours to calm down, review the replays of the incident and resolve it in a mature way via PM. Do not make angry posts about it on the forum. If you cannot resolve the problem then please contact the staff member whom organised your race via PM, sending them an incident report that follows the procedure outlined here.
    7. Follow all safety rules as if you were in a real car on a real track; use the pit speed limiter in pit lane, observe all safety flags and lights, no donuts in the pit lane or on the track, no deliberate distraction of other drivers, etc.
    Organizer: Michael Watts
    Co-Organizer: Nic Worsfold
    AM-Host(s): Rebel Whitey, Brian Batiato
    Cheif Steward: Peter Hooper
     
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