Back home again and on to the simple yet deceptively difficult layout of Queensland Raceway! General Information Date: Saturday 12th November 2016 Server Name: RACEDEPARTMENT.COM VSCC Track: Queensland Raceway (DOWNLOAD) Start time: 19:00 AEDT (08:00 GMT) Virtual Time of Day: 13:00 Starting Track Grip: Medium (normal progression) Race Format 19:00 AEDT (08:00 GMT) - Practice - 60 minutes 20:00 AEDT (09:00 GMT) - Qualifying - 15 minutes 20:15 AEDT (09:15 GMT) - Warm Up - 10 minutes 20:25 AEDT (09:25 GMT) - Race - 75 minutes (formation lap + standing start) TeamSpeak Your presence on TeamSpeak is mandatory for all rounds. You must set up your teams' Sub-Channel within the VSCC sub-channel, using your team name. To create a sub-channel, please follow the simple steps below. 1. Right click the RD Stock Car Championship channel, and click 'Create Sub-Channel'. 2. Enter the appropriate details. Click OK During Qualifying and the Race there will be no in-game text chat allowed under any circumstances until all active drivers have crossed the finish line. Those caught using the in-game text chat during these sessions will be given a 5 second time penalty added to their total race time. Only communications from the league director will be allowed when it pertains to critical issues (i.e. Server problems). During practice, in-game text chat is permitted, however please be respectful of others trying to concentrate. Incident reports Sometimes crashes and incidents happen. It's just part of racing. However if you feel you've been unjustly disadvantaged by a fellow driver breaking our League Regulations and all attempts to resolve the matter privately have failed, you are free to submit an incident report to the league director via Private Message, which will then be submitted to an independent steward panel from the staff group who will review it and issue a verdict. Reports will be accepted up to 48 hours post-race. Any later and they will be rejected. Pit Lane Exit Queensland Raceway does not feature an exit line to guide you back to the racing line, so a certain amount of caution and common sense is required to safely rejoin the action. During qualifying and practice, please rejoin with caution and even be prepared to stop to allow for cars on the racing line to pass. During the race, you must not rejoin the racing line at too aggressive of an angle. If reported, drivers can face penalty as a result of it. Track Limits The yellow dotted line that signifies the exit of the pit lane (as seen in the picture above) is also an area of the track deemed to be out of bounds for drivers not exiting the pit lane. Putting four wheels over the dotted yellow line in a bid to increase the entry angle for Turn One will earn you a warning for cutting. Drivers must maintain at least two wheels inside the dotted yellow line else risk a penalty.