Regulation Changes 24/09/2016 (1 Viewer)


Head of RSR
Aug 2, 2016
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Reworked the introduction paragraph for the Driving Standards page. Added a rule about Bumpdrafting in general and added a new paragraph to the TeamSpeak conduct according volume adjustments.

Driving Standards
Even though we do not want our races to end up a full-blown destruction derby, it isn’t racing without a little “push’n’shove” between cars, provided cars do not suffer damage and/or interfere with the race of a fellow driver (eg. pushing them off track/spinning them out). As the saying goes, it’s all fun and games until somebody loses a wheel.

Driving Standards
You should, at all times, try to avoid any intentional contact during our official races. We understand that a degree of contact is inevitable but, this must always be kept to a minimum, even if you have to compromise your race to do so.

If you have a specific complaint with one or more drivers, regarding any racing incident(s), and would like it to be investigated, please post it on our forum using the procedure in the 'How to Report an Incident' thread. Alternatively please feel free to discuss the matter privately with the driver(s) involved either by private messages or our teamspeak server. The public forum is NOT the place for discussing racing incidents. Any threads or posts of this nature will be likely removed.

Overtaking & Lapping
You may overtake opponents either to their left or right, on the straight or through a corner. The following types of manoeuvres, however, are strictly prohibited:
  • More than one change of direction to defend a position
  • Forcing a driver to exceed the track limits
  • Bump drafting in general
  • Any other abnormal change of direction

TeamSpeak Conduct
Last but not least, we would like to remind everybody that you need to ensure your in-game volume allows you to clearly hear Teamspeak communications. This ensures that everybody can hear instructions from the admins or for communication from other drivers, such as lapping requests.

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