Our F1 race takes place on Fridays every week at 20 GMT (21 CET/15 EST), however, we do change times to BST (CEST/EDT) once the clocks change,
so if you have any further questions, be sure to ask the staff. You can also find when the next race is on our website, just to be sure!
Our F1.5 races take place on Saturdays every week, however, depending on which divison you take part in, the time may change. Our F1.5 EU Tier 2
races takes place at 19 GMT (20 CET/14 EST), our F1.5 EU Tier 1 races takes place at 20:30 GMT (21:30 CET/15:30 EST) and our F1.5 NA/SA races
take place at 18 EST (15 PST), but remember that we do change times to BST (CEST/EDT) once the clocks change, so if you have any further
questions, be sure to ask the staff. You can also find when the next race is on our website, just to be sure!
Do I need to be experienced to join?
Not at all. We accept drivers of all abilities, and we hope to help drivers develop while they race with us. No one should be afraid to get started at all, let
alone if they think that they are slow. If you think like that, you will forever be slow, so get in there and show us what you are made of!
How do I make a report against someone after an incident?
To make it easier for drivers to make reports and easier for Race Control to read reports, we have made a template that everyone should follow. Drivers
are not permitted to put aggressive sounding/offensive titles to their video links, and are not allowed to do the same in the Description of Incident section.
If you do this, you could receive a Server Warning. You should send your report in the Reports channel in the following format:
Report Against: @Name
Description of Incident: Detailed Explanation
Footage: A link to a video of your POV and/or time of incident on stream and/or lap number.
Make sure you use the Reports Discussion channel if you want to talk about your incident with others, however, keep it friendly.
How do I appeal a report against someone after I have been reported?
Defense against a report or penalty can be sent in the same way and only once in the Report Appeals channel. There should be no arguing in this channel,
however, you can discuss is a calm manner.
When do I need to sign up for each race?
Every Monday, we send a Driver Check In message where drivers can react to the message in the Discord server in the Briefing channel to tell us if they
are racing. You can choose between the following emotes to react to:
Thumbs Up - React to this emote if you are a permanent driver for the division and want to race.
Thumbs Down - React to this emote if you cannot attend the race.
Question Mark - React to this emote if you are unsure if you can race. We will message you before the race to check if you have changed your mind or not.
Letter R - React to this emote if you are a reserve driver for the division and want to race.
When will I know if I am racing or not?
We announce a message in the Briefing channel around two hours before every race. This is where we will announce which drivers and reserve drivers
will be racing and which cars each reserve driver will take. We believe two hours is enough time for each driver to change their mind if they think they
cannot race anymore for that day. If you did not get put as a reserve driver for a race, you will be put as a standby driver, so if there is space last minute,
you will be allowed to take a seat, however, this is first come first serve, so you will need to be quick.
When will I know what the weather is for each race?
When we announce which drivers will race, we will also include the weather for the qualifying and race sessions. You can find the Weather Forecaster
sheet in the Racing Information channel, and this is the sheet that we use to determine the weather for each race. Be sure to check the sheet in advance
so you know what the weather will be for each race. There is also a description on the sheet to clarify how we determine the weather for each race. If you
use an alternative website to determine the weather for each race, you may be receiving false information, so make sure you use the sheet and not
another website. We do this to keep the uncertaincy of what the weather will be like for each race, but at the same time, allowing drivers to have some
idea of what conditions they will need to prepare for when going into each race.
Where can I find the standings and the calendar for the league?
You can find the standings here and calendar here.
Both the standings and and the calendar for each league can be also found in the Racing Information channel in the Discord server, so be sure to check it for the most recent race
results and the dates of each race. We try our best to update these as often as we can, so thank you for your patience.
Where can I find the rules?