MORE FEMALE RACERS SEASON 5 SPORTING CODE
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MORE FEMALE RACERS SEASON 5 TERMS & CONDITIONS
The protection of the dignity of the individual involved in Sim Racing is a fundamental construct of the More Female Racers series. The specific rules for the behaviour of drivers and teams (and their associates) in the More Female Racers series are as follows;
- Custom Liveries
- 1 x “SimGrid” Logo must be present on the doors of the competing car. It must be visible for broadcast purposes and thus of a reasonable size;
- 1 x “Coach Dave Academy” Logo must be present anywhere on the car. It must be visible for broadcast purposes and thus of a reasonable size and in a location where it can be seen;
- 1 x "Sim Hound" Logo must be present anywhere on the car. It must be visible for broadcast purposes and thus of a reasonable size and in a location where it can be seen;
- The Series Organisers will be available for contact by drivers, whereby there is a need for clarification or reviewal of logo placement;
- To be shown on the YouTube stream, custom liveries must be packaged correctly and uploaded to this folder.
- Interview Rules
- Drivers must be prepared to interview if an interview is requested by the Series Organiser;
- Drivers may be requested to attend an interview at any time - except during any of the active qualifying and race sessions;
- Drivers are reminded that all race interviews are broadcast live, and thus all; Offensive/Unsporting and defamatory comments made during interviews may be penalised.
- Social Media Conduct
- Drivers posting negative, disruptive and/or brand-damaging content on social media about the following may result in the driver being disqualified from the series:
- More Female Racers;
- Sim Hound;
- Race Administration, Stewards or any series staff;
- Assetto Corsa Competizione (In the sphere of the More Female Racers Series);
- Fellow drivers of the series;
- Any faults of Game Software/Broadcast Failure or similar, pertaining to the More Female Racers championship.
- General Conduct
- All drivers are expected to respect the rights, dignity and worth of all competition participants, regardless of; Ability, Gender, Cultural Background or any factor that may lead to discrimination. Some key points that are reflected in the rules but are especially important are:
- Do not bully or conduct unsporting behaviour to other competitors;
- Verbal Abuse, Provocation or aggression towards other competitors or Series Organisers are explicitly forbidden and will result in penalties and/or disqualification;
- In the event that you disagree with a decision of Race Control, please use the official channels to communicate with Series Organisers.