Rules | Assetto Corsa Competizione PlayStation

Stewards' report

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 Structure

Points will be awarded as follows:

  1. 40 points
  2. 33 points
  3. 30 points
  4. 27 points
  5. 25 points
  6. 23 points
  7. 21 points
  8. 19 points
  9. 17 points
  10. 15 points
  11. 10 points
  12. 9 points
  13. 8 points
  14. 7 points
  15. 6 points
  16. 5 points
  17. 4 points
  18. 3 points
  19. 2 points
  20. 1 point



Race Settings

Race Format

  • Practice - 6pm: A practice server will be up all week before the race
  • Qualifying - 7pm: 15 minutes
  • Race - 7:15: 45-75 minutes
  • Time Multiplier: P x2 / Q x1 / R x2


  • Weather for each round will be revealed one week before the race in our Discord server

Event Rules

  • Pit Window: none


  • Pre-race waiting time: 3 mins
  • Formation lap: Full
  • Auto DQ: Off


  • Ideal Line: Allowed
  • Autosteer: Disabled
  • Auto Lights: Allowed
  • Auto Wiper: Allowed
  • Auto Engine Start: Allowed
  • Auto Pit Limiter: Allowed
  • Auto Gears: Allowed
  • Auto Clutch: Allowed
  • Maximum Stability Control: 50%



Track Etiquette
  1. It is important to race cleanly at all times and you are expected to do your best at avoiding contact with other cars.
  2. Bump passing is not allowed. If a bump pass occurs, whereby the car behind creates contact with the car in front and benefits from it, the car that was initially behind must give the place back so that they have gained no benefit from the incident. This requires them to lose places on track if necessary to rejoin behind the car they hit, doing so safely without impeding other drivers.
  3. If you leave the track for any reason, you must make sure you can re-enter the track safely and in enough space to not interfere with other drivers in any way. When you rejoin, stay off the racing line until you’re fully up to racing speed, even if this means you drop to the back of the field. Do not rejoin straight away if this takes you into the path of other drivers.
  4. Only one defensive movement per corner is allowed. no movement in the braking zone, and no excessive weaving or blocking.
  5. If you are about to be lapped then it is your responsibility to allow the faster car to pass in a manner that doesn’t affect their line or speed. You should try to make your move as early as possible, to make it obvious to the lapping car what your intentions are.
    • If you are faster than a car that has lapped you, do not attempt to unlap yourself unless you are able to pull away without holding the other driver up. If you are reported, you will be penalized.
    • Endurance/Multiclass - During an endurance race/multiclass race it is the responsibility of the lapping car to overtake the slower car, the slower car should stick to their line. Do not attempt to drive off the circuit to let a car by. You are however permitted to unlap yourself, but you must be able to pull away without holding the other driver up. If you are reported, you will be penalized.
  6. If you damage your vehicle and it is uncontrollable, you should not continue to try pushing. You must slowly and safely return to the pit lane without impeding anybody, staying clear of the racing line at all times. Be aware of cars approaching you quickly.
  7. When attempting to make an overtake, as the chasing car it is generally your responsibility if contact is made.
  8. It is important to have good awareness of where other cars are around you on track, so taking extra care is vital both at the start of a race and in battles.
  9. Deliberately crashing into another car will result in being permanently excluded from the league.
  10. Do not crash out of the race deliberately because you are frustrated, anybody found to be doing so will be penalised.



Qualifying Etiquette

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.



  1. If two cars have any parts alongside one another, each driver must respect the space occupied by the other car. It does not matter who is ahead, nor how far they are ahead, they may not initiate a move into the other car. Both drivers have the right to continue driving in a straight line unimpeded.
  2. Any driver defending his position on a straight, and before any braking area, may use the full width of the track during his first move, provided no significant portion of the car attempting to pass is alongside him. For the avoidance of doubt, if any part of the front wing of the car attempting to pass is alongside the rear wheel of the car in front this will be deemed to be a 'significant portion'.
  3. Very aggressive bullying of another driver on a straight is disallowed. In theory, driving sharply towards another driver does not force them to change their line, but humans being humans this will usually induce a flinch response.
  4. Brake-testing (i.e. braking earlier than normal to cause the driver behind to take evasive action or crash) is highly dangerous and frowned upon. Anybody found to be brake-testing will be heavily penalised.
  5. Manoeuvres liable to hinder other drivers, such as deliberate crowding of a car beyond the edge of the track or any other abnormal change of direction, are not permitted.



Race Footage

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.



Penalty System

The stewarding panel consists of multiple independent drivers. Each steward reviews evidence independently and without communication to determine:

  1. Guilt
  2. If a guilty party is found, whether it warrants retrospective punishment or just a reprimand

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:

  • Reprimand (+2-3penalty points)
  • 5 seconds/1 place position penalty (+5-6penalty points)
  • 10 seconds/2 place position penalty (+8-10penalty points)
  • 15 seconds/3 place position penalty (+12-15penalty points)
  • 25 seconds/5 place position penalty (20+ penalty points)
  • Disqualification (30 penalty points)
  • Qualifying ban (penalty points administered with discretion, applied when a race penalty is insufficient)
  • Race ban
  • Repeated offense of a rule may result in a harsher penalty.
  • The stewards decide whether you receive a time or place penalty and can give different penalties than the standard penalties when that is better.

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:

  • Abusive and/or insulting language
  • Discrimination (including race, nationality, sex, sexual orientation etc.)
  • Repeated failure to attend races without prior notice (may result in league expulsion)
  • Late attendance to race sessions
  • Repeated communication (vocal or by text) during race sessions
  • Unsporting behaviour
  • Retiring or leaving the session

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.