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There are small changes in our Driving Standards. Please have a read:

Old
1.4 Lapping
1.4.1
- If you are going to be lapped, you should hold your racing line and leave the other driver responsible for making a safe pass. By sticking to the racing line, your movements are more predictable. It is also helpful to lift off the throttle, to allow the lapping car to pass sooner.
1.4.2 - If you are aware of the lapping car early enough, you may move off the racing line, provided it is safe to do so. It is also helpful to alert the lapping driver over TeamSpeak, e.g. “Pass me on the left.”

4.2.2 - At a pre-determined point on the track (usually in the final sector) the race directors will instruct all drivers to make note of their position and to form up in double file formation. The speed of the formation will be also instructed by the race directors.


New
1.4 Lapping

1.4.1 - Same-Class Lapping - When a lapping car approaches you, it is your responsibility to allow the faster driver to pass at the earliest possible safe location, e.g. lifting on a straight or yielding the apex in the next braking zone. It is also helpful to alert the lapping driver over TeamSpeak, e.g. “Pass me on the left.”
1.4.2 - Multi-Class Lapping - If you are going to be lapped, you should hold your racing line and leave the other driver responsible for making a safe pass. By sticking to the racing line, your movements are more predictable. It is also helpful to lift off the throttle or open up a braking zone, to allow the lapping car to pass sooner. If you are aware of the lapping car early enough, you may move off the racing line, provided it is safe to do so. As with same-class lapping, TeamSpeak communication is recommended.

4.2.2 - At a pre-determined point on the track (usually in the final sector) the race directors will instruct all drivers to make note of their position and to form up in double file formation. No chat is permitted from this point until after the race has got underway. The speed of the formation will be also instructed by the race directors.
 

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