Welcome to the steward regulations. The role of the stewards is to investigate incident(s) that have occurred on track during official league races and to review time penalties at the request of drivers when; contact is made under Safety Car conditions, time penalties have been awarded for corner cutting/track extending/speeding in the pit-lane/exceeding the lap delta under VSC/SC and penalties awarded for illegally overtaking another driver. The information below will enable drivers to submit a request to the stewards appropriately, and will provide information as to what penalties can be applied.
1. INCIDENT REPORTING TEMPLATE
2. PENALTY SEVERITY
4. ACCUMULATION - REPRIMANDS/PENALTIES
5. ACCUMULATION - DRIVER LICENCE POINTS
6. RETIRING ON TRACK - QUALIFYING
7. ATTEMPTED/INTENTIONAL DESTRUCTION OF OWN CAR - QUALIFYING
8. ATTEMPTED/INTENTIONAL DESTRUCTION OF OWN CAR - RACE
9. STARTING GRID (STRATEGY SELECTION)
10. LATE DEFENDING
11. UNSAFE RETURN TO TRACK
12. RESET TO TRACK
13. WAITING ON THE TRACK
14. DRAG REDUCTION SYSTEM (DRS)
15. RAGE QUITTING
When submitting a request to the stewards, drivers must use the incident reporting template along with all supporting evidence to assist the stewards with their investigation.
Stewards will investigate incidents and time penalties that have occurred/been awarded on track during official league races. Stewards will investigate incidents that have occurred as a result of contact between drivers, review time penalties awarded as a result of contact between drivers under Safety Car conditions, review time penalties awarded for corner cutting/track extending/speeding in the pit-lane/exceeding the lap delta under VSC/SC and penalties awarded for illegally overtaking another driver.
Derogatory posts which involve finger-pointing, or those intended to instigate an argument will be removed and will not be considered.
When reviewing incident(s) on track, stewards will take the following into consideration when deciding whether a penalty is deemed appropriate/necessary:
Stewards may impose any one of the penalties below on any driver involved in an incident. While a driver may receive the following penalties, they may also receive points on their licence which will count towards their accumulation and may result in further penalty awards.
Drivers who receive any of the above time penalties for the final race of the season, but DNF from the race will receive the following points deduction for both driver and constructor championships as an alternative to time penalty awards:
This section relates to reprimands and penalties that a driver has accumulated throughout the season. If a driver fails to complete the race that the incident occurred on, the penalty will be imposed on the driver on their next race event.
If a driver accumulates 3 penalties in the same race which results in a DSQ and one race ban, all other penalties are discounted; only the DSQ and one race ban is awarded. No penalty awards will be carried over to the next race event.
Drivers who accumulate penalty points on their licence will receive further sanctions such as:
If a driver accumulates 5 penalty points which triggers a race ban, all other penalties awarded are discounted; the affected driver will only receive a one race ban as a penalty. No penalty awards will be carried over to the next race event.
Drivers are prohibited from retiring on track during the qualifying session. Drivers who do will receive the following penalties:
Drivers who attempt to, or intentionally destroy their car during the qualifying session will receive the following penalties:
Drivers who attempt to, or intentionally destroy their car during the race will receive the following penalties
Drivers who press READY before instructed by the league admin(s) will receive the following penalties:
Drivers who make a late manoeuvre to defend their position will receive the following penalties:
Drivers who return to the track in an unsafe manner will receive the following penalties:
Drivers who pause the game "resetting" themselves onto the circuit at any point during qualifying or the race will receive the following penalties:
It is prohibited to wait on track for any reason. This is to avoid becoming a hazard/obstacle for other drivers and to avoid the introduction of yellow flags, Virtual Safety Car or Safety Car. Drivers who wait on track will receive the following penalties:
Driving in a dangerous and unsporting manner to gain advantage during the race, particularly to gain the use of DRS is prohibited.
This kind of driving includes, but is not limited to, violently decelerating and/or steering when in front of a following car and deliberately allowing the following car to pass you in order to gain DRS activation yourself. Drivers discovered attempting this will receive the following penalties from the stewards:
Any driver who intentionally quits the race lobby without following the appropriate retirement procedure such as deliberately getting disqualified or "rage-quitting" will receive the following penalties from stewards: