To submit a stewards enquiry for an incident, please send your report via the submission form. You will have 48 hours immediately following the race to report any incidents and all reports must be accompanied by video footage, any reports submitted without evidence will be dismissed. Try to show more than one camera angle, as this gives stewards the best chance to make the fairest decision. The stewards will be kept anonymous and all review the incident independently. Any punishment awarded will be announced in the #stewardsreport on the Discord server.
Points will be awarded as follows:
It is your own responsibility to create a sufficient gap on the track, cars already on a flying lap do not have to yield to a faster car approaching. However, if you are on an IN/OUT lap you must let faster cars through, and do not race other drivers during qualifying.
Recording your race is not mandatory however, if you are involved in an incident the stewards will ask to see your point of view. Failure to supply evidence may result in your enquiry being dismissed and/or license points may be applied.
The stewarding panel consists of multiple independent drivers. Each steward reviews evidence independently and without communication to determine:
Stewards then share their conclusions. Guilt is decided by simple majority of 2 out of 3. If guilt and punishment is required, stewards decide from a pre-set list of possible penalties, which is most appropriate.
Available penalties are as follows:
A penalty may also be received for ignoring the extra track limits that have been given by either the stewards or the organisers. The penalties for this in the race are: do it once, a 5 second time penalty, do it twice a 10 second time penalty, do it thrice you will be disqualified. If you ignore the extra track limits during your fastest qualifying lap you will receive a qualifying ban. The in race penalties are only applicable when you send the stewards a video of you taking the specific part of the track every lap of the race, full race videos will not be accepted, missing a lap will count as having ignored the track limits on that lap. Not being able to provide a video of specifically taking the certain part of the track will be deemed as you having exploited the track limits multiple times and you will be disqualified.
Penalty points may also be applied by administrators, or stewards at their discretion for minor offences, including but not limited to:
Points will be carried over to the next season. Penalty points may be removed by organisers for exceptional conduct such as positive and sporting race-craft, and dedication to the league.
Accumulating 50 points over a season results in a race ban.