GT World Challenge Europe Series Information

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  1. Doug Dezan

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    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

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    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

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    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

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    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


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    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.
     
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  2. Doug Dezan

    Doug Dezan Administrator Staff Member Donator

    Important Basics
    First of all, make sure that you are always in control of your car. This is the most important rule. Inability to control your car is not an excuse if you cause an accident. Remember at all times that you are driving with other humans. So stay humble, and race with respect. Also remember, you are in an official SRO competition, competing with your real name. You do not want to make a fool out of yourself.

    Eligibility
    As long as you have read and agreed to the rules of this rule book, and there are no outstanding bans, you are allowed to enter the championship.

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    Car choice
    The following cars are eligible as choices:
    • GT3 Audi R8 LMS GT3 EVO
    • GTR3 Audi R8 LMS
    • GTR3 Audi R8 LMS Ultra
    • GTR3 Bentley Continental GT3
    • GTR3 BMW Alpina B6 GT3
    • GTR3 BMW M6 GT3
    • GTR3 BMW Z4 GT3
    • GTR3 Callaway CorvetteC7 GT3-R
    • GTR3 Chevrolet Camaro GT3
    • GTR3 Chevrolet Corvette Z06.R GT3
    • GTR3 Ford GT GT3
    • GTR3 Ford Mustang GT3
    • GTR3 McLaren 650S GT3
    • GTR3 McLaren MP4-12C GT3
    • GTR3 Mercedes AMG GT3
    • GTR3 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3
    • GTR3 Nissan GT-R GT3
    • GTR3 P4-5 Competizione GT3
    • GTR3 Porsche 911 GT3 R (2019)
    Calendar 1
    Wed Jan 13, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Monza 60 Minutes
    Wed Jan 27, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Brands Hatch 30 Minutes
    Wed Feb 10, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Hockenheinring 30 Minutes
    Wed Feb 24, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Paul Ricard 90 Minutes
    Wed Mar 10, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Zandvoort 60 Minutes


    Calendar 2

    Mon Mar 22, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Nürburgring 60 Minutes
    Mon Apr 05, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Hungaroring 30 Minutes

    Mon Apr 19, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Spa Francorchamps 90 Minutes
    Mon May 03, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Zolder 30 Minutes
    Mon May 17, 2021 - 18:15 GT World Imola 60 Minutes


    Server settings for all Events
    Difficulty: Custom
    Fuel Usage: Normal
    Tyre Wear: Normal
    Damage: Limited
    Qualifying: Unlimited laps, open session
    Formation Lap: No
    Type of Start: Standing
    Time Scale: Normal (Exception :Spa ?)
    Fixed Setups: No
    Flag Rules: None
    Cut Rules Penalties: N/A
    Mandatory Pitstop: Off (Spa Event on)
    Automatic Clutch: Allowed
    Automatic Gears: Not Allowed
    Game Time: Variable
    Weather: Variable

    Server information and passwords

    It will be on Event registration page.

    Computer crashes and restarts
    Once a race is started, it will not be restarted.

    Joining and leaving the server

    Joining the server should ideally be done in the practice session at the beginning of the event.Leaving the server before the session swaps over is not allowed. If your name is missing from the server result file because you left the server too early, it is your personal problem and you will not score points.It is recommended to save the results files, and to take a screenshot of the race results in game, in case complications with the results occur.

    Connection
    It is your responsibility to make sure that you have a stable internet connection. Gaining an advantage due to a bad connection is not allowed. Incidents caused by lag will be deemed to be the fault of the lagging driver.

    Blue flag
    Blue flag indicates a faster car approaching from behind, and is typically shown on your out lap or when being lapped. Let the driver pass safely to avoid a penalty.

    Definition of Incidents
    Incident" means any occurrence or series of occurrences involving one or more drivers, or any action by any driver, which is reported to the stewards by other drivers which include (but is not limited to): - Causing a collision which disadvantages competitors.- Forcing a driver off the track. - Illegitimately preventing a legitimate overtaking maneuver by another driver. -Illegitimately impeding another driver during overtaking. - Dangerous driving. - Using in-game text chat during qualifying or race sessions -Lack of respect, foul language or bad attitude towards other drivers, staff,or the spectators - Violations of track boundaries - Unsafe track entry.

    External programs
    The usage of certain programs is allowed, as long as they are used in their intended function. Programs that are allowed:- Crewchief - Wheel software, such as Logitech Profiler - Dashboard apps -Setup and telemetry tools, such as Motec or Justrace - similar software that doesn't alter the game functions.

    Good Luck!

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    Doug Dezan :)
    Series Admin
     
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