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Rules

Race
Fixed Setups  (iRacing Night Setups Used if available)
All races will be 100 Laps in length with Stage Cautions at Laps 30 and 60.
No Fast Repairs will be issued.
One additional tire set will be issued.
No EOL after qualifying
The only black flags that will be cleared are those issued for coming down pit road in order to avoid a wreck. An admin will be the one to clear the black flag. All other black flags will not be cleared and penalty must be served to prevent disqualification.
Driver causing a caution to be brought out must claim responsibility and will receive an EOL. All unclaimed cautions will be reviewed by Admins after the race is completed. If clear responsibility for the caution can be determined, the driver deemed responsible will not be allowed to qualify and will receive an EOL at the next race they participate in. Repeated unclaimed caution violations may receive stiffer penalties going forward.
Drivers Meeting will occur during the last 10 minutes of practice. Driver not in attendance for the drivers meeting will receive and EOL at the start of the race.
 
Win Penalties
Any driver receiving a win EOL penalty will not be allowed to participate in qualifying.
After 1st Win of the season, driver will be given EOL at the start of next race they participate
After 2nd Win of the season, driver will be given EOL at the start of the next race they participate as well as loose the additional tire set for the rest of the season
After 3rd Win of the Season, driver will be given EOL at the start of the next race they participate as well as the start of the Second Stage.
After 4th Win of the Season, driver will be given EOL at the start of the next race they participate as well as the start of the Second and Third Stage.
Win Penalties only apply during regular season. No EOLs or Tire Set Removals for race wins will be issued for the championship race.

 

 

Superior Class Auto Racing – Super Late Series Championship Points and Format
Championship will be completed over a regular season of 11 races, followed by a championship race.
 Points will be awarded for Top 5 at the end of the first two stages, and for the full field at the end of the race. Bonus points will also be awarded for qualifying on the pole, leading a lap, and leading the most laps.

 

The Top 6 in regular season points, any driver with perfect attendance.
Any driver who scored a regular season race win and completed at least 50% of the laps during the regular season will be eligible for the championship race.
For the championship race, the points totals for all eligible drivers will be reset to 0.
Points will be earned for the championship race the same as for the regular season races.
The driver with the most points at the conclusion of the championship race will be declared the season champion.
In the event of a tie, the driver who had the highest regular season points total will be declared season champion.