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TORA GTCC America 2022 - Rules & Regulations

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Post by Snow Thu 24 Feb 2022 - 11:06

Welcome to the TORA Global Touring Car Championship America! This championship will be hosted on Forza Motorsport 7 and consist of 6 rounds, each comprised of 2 races of equal length.

By registering for the series, you agree to the rules and regulations written in this thread and the TORA Driver’s Handbook. Please take time to carefully review the following regulations carefully before entering. TORA reserves the right to alter this rules package as needed for the purpose of fairness and clarity in competition.

This rules package is not fully inclusive. Please refer to the TORA Driver’s Handbook for full definitions of terms relating to basic regulation in TORA competition. Note that specific rules for this series will take precedence over rules outlined in the Driver’s Handbook:


1. Championships
1.1 Driver’s Championship
This will be a competition between every registered driver regardless of team affiliation. The points at the end of this series will be the final total after the inclusion of ONE dropped round.
1.2 Teams Championship
This will be a competition fought by a group of up to 3 Competitors, the top 2 of which will score per round. The points at the end of this series will be the final total without a dropped round.
1.3 Privateer’s Championship
This will be a competition between competitors not registered to a team. The points at the end of this series will be the final total without a dropped round.
1.4 Dropped Rounds:
The dropped round will be the competitor’s lowest score. This includes rounds with scores of 0 points, but not rounds when the competitor received a penalty.

2. Livery Rules
2.1 This series has defined livery rules that each Competitor must adhere to in order to participate. Failure to do so may suspend participation or result in disqualification. Livery requirements are at the link below:


3. Car and Build Rules
3.1 This series has a defined build, or list of cars with defined builds that each Competitor must adhere to in order to participate. Failure to do so will suspend participation or result in disqualification. Build requirements are at the link below:


4. Hosting and Marshals
4.1 A race may be split into multiple, numbered lobbies depending on the amount of registered drivers. Each lobby will be hosted by chosen members of the Marshal Team or TORA Staff designated as the Lobby Host.
4.2 Members of the Marshal Team who have registered but are not designated as a Lobby Host may be expected to host in situations in which they are needed.
4.3 The host of each lobby will be expected to gather data, position Competitors and ensure that regulations are followed.
4.4 In-game lobby settings must be followed and are linked below:


5. Qualifying
5.1 The fastest, clean lap from a Competitor, as denoted by the timers in the game will be recorded for qualifying.
5.2 Qualifying sessions will consist of 6 laps total. Race through to the end of the session.
5.3 The Lobby Host will record the results.

6. Race Starts
6.1 The start of both races of each round will be a standing start.
6.2 During a standing start, the field will complete one warm-up lap before returning to the original grid slots.  The race will start at a time designed by the Lobby Host.

7. Series Format
7.1 The grid for the first race of each event will be in qualifying order.
7.2 The grid for the second race of each event will be the inversion of the results of race 1, within each lobby.

8. Safety Car
8.1 A safety car may only be called if three (3) or more cars are damaged in the same incident.

9. Pit Stops
9.1 There is one mandatory pit stop per race. It must be taken between 10:00 and 15:00 on the game clock.  
9.2 Competitors are allowed to pit as needed for damage to their car in the case of an incident, however, if it was before the opening of the pit window, it will not count towards the mandatory stop.

10. Championship Calendar
10.1 The championship calendar is at the following link:


11. Postponed Meetings
11.1 Sometimes a round/meeting may be postponed. TORA Staff and the Race Director will decide whether the meeting is canceled or moved elsewhere on the calendar.
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