1st - 30 points
02 - 25 points
03rd - 22 points
04th - 20 points
05th - 18 points
06th - 16 points
07th - 14 points
08th - 13 points
09th - 12 points
10th - 11 points
11th - 10 points
12th - 09 points
13th - 08 points
14th - 07 points
15th - 06 points
16th - 05 points
17th - 04 points
18th - 03 points
19th - 02 points
20th - 01 points
The awards will be described in the competition formats
We will always be focused on delivering Trophies & Medals and awards differentiated.
1st - Number of Wins;
2nd - Number of Pole Positions;
3rd - Number of Participation in Evidence;
4th - Position in the last stage (race).
Not Participating in the Briefing - Not participating in the Classification
Types of Informal Offenses – 5 seconds Cut Track (when manual analysis is required)
In the hypothesis of a pilot, to discuss race bids with the other drivers in the League's communication channels that they may create conflicts, it will be the same automatically excluded from the channel.
If you are dissatisfied with what happened in the test, try to deal with the matter privately or using the available protest channels.
Disrespecting the rules of our communication channels, it will be possible of exclusion from it.
Light - 10 seconds (2 points in wallet)
Entering or leaving the pits without respecting the marked line
Changing lanes more than once when defending position
Perform irregular overtaking while in dispute for position
Not respecting the Blue Flag signage
Chat during official session
Use of beacon for complaint
Overtaking using touch artifice to carry out maneuver.
Position defense forcing dangerous situation.
Average – 20 seconds (4 points on the wallet)
Staying on the track with a damaged car causing risk to opponents
Cause an accident whether or not in dispute for position
Cause an overtaking accident by being a latecomer
Cause an accident when overtaking on a latecomer
Cause an accident when maneuvering or recklessly returning to the runway
Overtaking during the presence of the Safety-Car on the track
Pit-stop during the presence of the Safety-Car on the track (unless authorized)
Cause an accident after the race ends
Ending the race with the damaged car causing risk to opponents
Strike from behind - Side push.
Disrespect any previously unforeseen general procedure that was agreed in the official Briefing of the stage
Return on track dangerously
Cause an accident by removing more than one opponent from the track
Cause an Accident during the presence of a Safety-Car
In case a pilot does not complete the test and is punished, he/she is without qualification in the next step.
Unsportsmanlike Conduct (Disqualification of the Event)
Unsportsmanlike conduct, from which it uses extra-game artifices to derive particular benefits.
Use of systems that change the configuration/ conditions of the Car/Circuit/Weather etc..
Use of Reentries game to benefit from time saving box penalties.
Modify or use apps that bring efficiency gains in piloting and/or event characteristics.
Acting in bad faith by seeking out the privileged particulars with the use of faults, configurations, etc..
Accumulation of penalties: POINTS PORTFOLIO
The pilot has a portfolio of points with each type of punishment worth 2, 4 or 6 points depending on the severity of the moves
10 points achieved, the pilot is without qualifiyng in the next stage
16 points achieved, the pilot will start from the pits in the next stage
20 points achieved, the pilot will be suspended for one stage (in the case of a heats championship, it is 1 heat)
26 points achieved the driver will be excluded from the championship.
The pilot must use the form provided by the league, in it you can report incidents directly involving you, as well as report something that happened to your team members or something that happened during the race that could be harmful to other drivers or to future events.
Protests made 24 hours after the event will be automatically discarded.
The evaluation of these protests will be published on the championship results page.
The presence of pilots at the briefing meeting is mandatory.
The meetings will be held through from Discord at address https://discord.gg/9wNczEG .
Non-participation or delays will be punishable according to the regulation of the punishment system.
Issues related to the behavior of the pilots on the track and also characteristics will be discussed. from the racecourse that may bring automatic punishments or that are critical and that may cause incidents whether at the start, entry into the pits or even in disputes during the race.
How Ranking Scores Are Assigned to Drivers Running in the Evolution Racing League
1- As a premise for us, both the Qualification and the race and the results obtained are important for attributing points to the driver.
2- The score is assigned according to the results obtained in each stage in which the driver participated, taking into account the starting position, the finishing position, the number of participating drivers, and whether the fastest lap of the race .
3- The maximum score that a driver can reach in a race will be 110 points
This will only be possible if the pilot has:
IEFQ = 100
IEFR = 100
VR = 10
Bonus per Event completed = 2
What do these numbers mean?
This pilot made the pole position
Won the Race and Made the Fastest Lap
The pilot will receive 100 points for the pole + 100 points for the victory, making the simple average of this, the pilot will have 100 points which will be added to the 10 he won with the + fast lap, achieving a total of112 spots.
All drivers will have their points computed based on their start and finish positions, if they win the fastest lap of the race they will receive the 10 point bonus.
The scores obtained in the stages will be added together and their average will be the updated score of the Ranking.
It's very important to participate and start in a good position and of course finish the race in the best possible position.
For the Team Score, the best placement of a team driver will be taken into account, with other scores being discarded.
In the event that the driver has paid the registration fee and for any reason that is not his responsibility, the event is cancelled, the league will refund a refund within 30 days from the start date of the canceled stage, event or championship.
In cases where the driver for some reason withdraws from the championship after its start, any refund is cancelled.
If the registered driver leaves the championship before it starts and it is proven that the league has already made commitments with broadcasts, purchase of trophies or any other expenses that are intended for its organization, there will be no obligation for full reimbursement, which can be negotiated between the parties a percentage to be paid or even the cancellation of any refund.