Sim Racing Online Racing Rules And Regulations The full Codes and Regulations are adopted from the National Auto Sport Association's 2010 regulations, as applicable to online sim racing. The Sim Racing Online policies are adopted from the National Auto Sport Association's regulations, as applicable to online racing. Policies of safety, conduct and expectations are as relevant to virtual racing as they are actual racing, and Sim Racing Online drivers understanding these may transition between virtual and actual racing with little or no adjustment. You can also download these rules as a PDF HERE 1 1.1. Procedure - Filing a protest 1.2. Procedure - Formation Lap with Standing Start 1.3. Procedure - Manual Formation Lap - 2 wide start 1.4. Procedure - Manual Formation Lap - Single file 1.5. Procedure - Starting from pit lane 2 2.1 Account and player 2.2 Blocking 2.3 Appendix 2.4 Flags 2.5 Counter-Course Driving 2.6 Flag Observance 2.7 Off-Course Excursions 2.8 Participant Conduct – Expectations 2.9 General Passing 3 3.1 Punting 3.2 Right to the Line 3.3 Text and Voice chat 3.4 Use of ESC key in Qualifying 3.5 Driver Swaps 3.6 Race For Cash Reading and understanding the rules Every driver participating in any event of SRO RaceRoom series is agreeing to having understood the rules, and is agreeing to obeying to the rules. By entering, you are bound to the rules. Failure to understand the rules is not an excuse. If you have questions about certain rules, ask the staff via "conversation" HERE General Behavior Every driver participating in any SRO event of RaceRoom must always show good behavior. Any discriminatory or offending actions, words, posts or contents are forbidden and can lead to permanent exclusion of the events. Accounts You have to enter your SRO real name in your RaceRoom in game account in order to participate. Fake names or names with clan tags are not allowed. Decisions by the Staff The decisions made by the SRO RaceRoom staff are binding. If a situation is not covered by the rules, the SRO RaceRoom Staff will have the final decision on it. Any statements made by the SRO RaceRoom Staff on the Forums, at Events, in Text Chatting or in Voice Chatting, that are specified as rules, also count as rules and have to be accepted by all drivers. Changes SRO explicitly reserves the right to amend or modify these conditions at any time, with effect for the future. The competitors shall be notified about this at a suitable point. Track Limits The track boundaries are following the in game penalties. In general, they are as follows: 2 wheels always on track, kerbs count as track. Track-specific exceptions will be explained in the gridmail. When you exceed the track boundaries, you will see a black and white flag on your screen and your lap time is disallowed. In some cases, it may be possible to skip entire corners or sections of the track. This is not allowed, and will result in a manual penalty after the race. Wall Riding Wall riding in order to gain a competitive advantage is disallowed, and will result in a manual penalty after the race. General Sportsmanship Drivers must respect the sport, the competition and their competitors. Drivers must always aim to achieve the best result for themselves in each race, while driving within the rules and obeying to fair play.