All drivers must display their ATR Membership name (or ez recognizable derivative of) when competing, set from within their game/sim profile.. (eg: Jon Doesier, or JonDoe, etc). Note: If using a different ingame drivername, please notify a Steward so an (aka name) can be added to your main name for all to recognize in Discord comms, results, etc. All drivers are required to be in the ATR Discord “AC COMPETIZIONE” >
Official Ⓒ Race Comms ? < voice channel for all championship races,.. or click here > (Mic is not compulsory, but all drivers need to hear briefings or directions from live Race Stewards).All lap 1 incidents will be reviewed by race stewards post race which may attract a +30<60sec Post Race Penalty (severity dependant). If a driver is deemed to be the aggressor causing any lap 1 incident they can be penalized, even if when at fault and doing a positional redress. NOTE: Extra care must always be taken on lap 1 when having full tanks, cold tyres, or taking any unnecessary risks whilst in close proximity of other cars… It’s a long race, so try not to be “that” guy on the 1st lap.Hitting ESC to “Return to Garage” during any “official” race is prohibited… Pressing ESC to return to garage may only be done during practice, qualifying or when retiring (DNF) from the race. Being auto telepitted or having a server disconnection during a race, means you have been declared terminally damaged, or you have been disqualified by other. A server disconnection is treated the same as an immobilizing vehicle fault whilst on track that cannot be driven back to your pit box for repairs.
NOTE: If a driver suffers from any of the above or similar, it is classed as a DNF and unfortunately that driver can no longer participate in the remaining of the race, nor are they allowed to stand idle in “Drive Mode” anywhere on track or in the pits. A driver can still “Spectate” from the pits in a “non drive mode”, but if the driver/client was disconnected, they can only rejoin the server via “Spectator Mode” by using the above spectator password, this is due to the server being set to “Closed at Race Start” for any new driver/vehicle connections during the race. All other most common “Sim Racing Rules” and etiquette will generally apply… (If unfamiliar with a general sim racing rule/s, see below YT video, ask others or Google search can also help). Any Race Protests can be brought to the attention of the Race Organizer/s immediately post race, or via PM/DM to an ATR Steward within 2 days after race finish…. There is to be NO posting or debating protests in the forums. Once a vehicle & it’s livery/skin has been first used in any championship race, it will be allocated and must be retained for all the following rounds within that championship. Custom skins may be tweaked, but it’s most dominant overall colour first used in a race must be kept so other drivers can still recognise it’s owner at a glance whilst on track…. So choose wisely and if any extreme colour/livery change has been made, the driver will be notified by Stewards to please correct, or risk being penalized. Failure to comply with any Race Stewards directives can result in anything from public stonings, instant or post race penalties up to a total championship disqualification, beheadings,… or even worse.
– Race = 5 sets
– Sprints = 4 sets
– Sprints + = 3 sets
– Enduro = 6 sets
– Super Enduros = 9 sets
– Wet tyres = Unlimited sets.Drivers are advised to manage them wisely throughout all “official” sessions.