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PostSubject: Piston Cup Series Rulebook   Piston Cup Series Rulebook EmptyTue Jun 16, 2015 12:18 am

Mod: Gen6BR15
Race Length: Variable (Usually around 30%)
Tire Wear:  2X or 3X

Practice: 8:30 pm (~60 minutes)
Qualifying: 9:30 pm
Drivers Meeting: 9:35 pm
Happy Hour: 9:40 pm
Race: 9:45 pm

Unless explicitly stated otherwise, The basic 2015 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rulebook is in place.


Each race will consist of either two or three points paying stages. At the conclusion of each stage, the Top 10 will be awarded points. (1st: 10 pts, 2nd: 9 pts, etc). The laps run during intermission of each stage will not count.

Each win will award 5 playoff points to the winner. Each stage win will award 1.

1.Caution Procedure:

A. Caution flags

The Yellow Flag will be thrown at the discretion of admins for:

1. Accidents involving two or more cars.
2. A driver flipping over at any time.
3. Any incident creating an immediate danger/hazard for other drivers.

C. Pit Road

Pit Road will close at the moment of caution.

Drivers who have already entered the pit road prior to the Yellow Flag may complete their service and exit the pit road.

Entering the Pit Road when it is closed will result in an immediate EOLL penalty.

When the pits open under caution, Lead Lap and Lap Down cars will enter at the same time.

Commitment Line:

There will be a commitment line rule in effect for pit road at every track. If you enter the race track or pit road past the commitment cone, you will receive an EOLL penalty.

D. Caution Period Awards

Lucky Dog: First driver one lap down will receive one lap back. Will enter the pits and get service with the rest of the field and restart behind lead lap race cars.

Wave-Around: Drivers that are a lap down or more may elect to stay out on the track and collect one lap back. These drivers will pass the field and start at the tail end of the pack.

2. Starts/Restarts

A. Starts

The flag man will dictate the initial green flag of every race with no exceptions.

A race restart may be used if an accident, glitch, lag, or game error causes multiple drivers to receive heavy damage.

B. Restarts

Drivers will restart double file. The leader will have lane choice. Lapped cars start behind the lead lap cars. Cars issues penalties will restart tail end.

There will be a restart zone determined at every race track. The leader will take the green to restart the race within that zone.

Passing is allowed on both sides before the start finish line providing you do not make an illegal start.

An illegal start is defined as jumping the restart and or any action that gives a driver an unfair advantage.

3. Race Finish

Once the leader takes the white flag during regulation distance, the race will finish at the completion of the lap.

We ask that people do not wreck needlessly at the finish and hold their spots so an export can be retrieved

Since we will be using extra laps for Stage racing, the race will not end at at the scheduled distance in game. When the race is officially completed, all drivers must slow to a stop before the completion of the next lap so an export can be retrieved.


There will be an Overtime line placed on each track will serve as a point of no return. Once the leader reaches the overtime line, there will be no more attempts at a restart. If a caution flag flies after the leader reaches the overtime line, the field will race back to the line to complete the race.

There will be as many attempts as needed to finish each race under green flag conditions.

4.Wreck System:

There is no wreck system. There are no wreck points.

“Boys have at it”

Race others the way you want to be raced in return.

Drivers under no circumstances are aloud to retaliate under a caution period. Doing so will result in an immediate ejection from the race. No exceptions.

We reserve the right to assess a penalty if we feel it is necessary.

Incidents will not be reviewed unless we feel it is necessary.

Final Notes:
Drivers will be asked to not wreck their cars in an intentional manner at the finish line or completion of the race. We ask that drivers pull off the track and park instead. Intentional crashing at the completion of the race may result in up to a 5 point penalty.

Car Rules:

Your car file must be uploaded to the file browser in order to race. It must have the appropriate templates and decals per requirement.

Your car should look like a typical NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race car. Schemes should be appropriately and tastefully put together. You can do it. I believe in you.

All cars must:
- be created using the provided or suggested templates.
- feature the appropriate NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Coors Light Pole Award decals.

Keep it appropriate.

If your car is the work of a smart-ass trying to push the boundaries of the rules, you can find somewhere else to race.

We will reserve the right to ask a driver to change paint schemes if we deem it necessary. This is utilized in rare circumstances.

Other notes:

We reserve the right to refuse anyone. We're a group of friends that race for fun. if you're here to turn everything into an argument, Bye!
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