GENERAL DRIVING RULES
These means that you should drive accordingly to real life race rules.
Respect flags, respect pit lane speed limit, pit lane entry, and exit lines, respect track limits. Be cautious when overtaking or being overtaken, overlapping or being overlapped, and even more cautious when involved in an accident, crash, or run-off the track and returning to the track.

 

CHAMPIONSHIP RULES

TEAMS AND DRIVERS
Up to 12 teams will be allowed to compete, each team must register two drivers for the competition.

CARS
Each team is allowed two cars for the race event.
The only driving aid available is auto-clutch.
The driver is free to change the car setup as it suits better for his driving.

RACE WEEKEND
A race weekend is composed by a Free Practice session, a Qualify session a Warmup session and the Race itself.

FREE PRACTICE
In this session, all the general driving rules apply.
Unlimited tires change is allowed.
Refueling is allowed.

QUALIFY (Knockout version)
In this session, all the general driving rules apply.
Unlimited tires change is allowed.
Refueling is allowed.
This session is composed of two rounds.
In the first round, all drivers are allowed on the track, after the session end, 50% of the drivers that established the fastest times advance to the next round.
After round two the final grid order is established according to the times set by drivers on the second round followed by the drivers of the first round.

WARMUP
The warmup session lasts for 10 minutes.
In this session, all the general driving rules apply.
Unlimited tires change is allowed.
Refueling is allowed.

RACE
The race lasts for an hour.
In this session, all the general driving rules apply.
Refueling is forbidden.
There is a mandatory pit stop for a tire change.
Two different tire compounds must be used during the race.
When racing in wet conditions there is no obligation to use different tires compound.
Before the race start, there is a formation lap.
Drivers that complete at least 90% of the race distance completed by the winner and are the 10th position or above are awarded the points accordingly to their position.
Drivers that fail to complete 90% of the race distance completed by the winner don’t receive points.

PENALTIES
Penalties will always be applied in the race event after the one where the infraction was committed.
The first lap of a race is reviewed by the organization in order to view incidents and apply penalties.
Penalties range from:
- Warning; when a driver has 3 consecutive warnings the organization may take other actions.
- Drive Trough; the driver must go through the pit lane.
- Stop and Go; the driver must go through the pit lane and stop at his pit box.
- Points loss; the driver will lose points.
- Disqualification; driver race result will be considered null.
Incidents, accidents or any misbehavior should be reported to the organization in order to apply penalties.
The incident/accident report should be sent by e-mail at least 48h after the race to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. stating the drivers involved, who is the driver to be held responsible and the lap number and place on the track where it occurred.