10.1 - Protests must be lodged privately to the Race Director using Discord before noon (12:00) of the day after the race. Protests submitted after the allowed timeframe or in public will be automatically dismissed.
10.2 - Protests must adhere to the following format:
[*] Name of the accused driver as indicated in the unofficial results
[*] Start time of the incident as indicated by the official replay time or position
[*] End time as indicated by the official replay time or position
[*] Brief description of the complaint
[*] Article presumed to be in breach
10.3 - SRH Management will then label each admitted incident with a case number.
10.4 - Only cockpit view replays of drivers involved in incidents will be provided to the stewards.
10.5 - Accused drivers will have until midnight (00:00) of the day after the race to privately present arguments to the Race Director on Discord.
10.6 - Reports and/or arguments will be dismissed by the SRH Management under the following conditions:
[*] Nonadherence to the format shown in Article 10.2
[*] Public posts, including videos
[*] Presence of offensive language toward another driver
10.7 - All decisions made by the stewards published by the SRH Management are final and not subject to appeal.
15.3 - At no time may a car be driven unnecessarily slowly, erratically, or in a manner that could be deemed potentially dangerous to other drivers. This will apply whether any such car is being driven on the track, the pit entry, or the pit lane.