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.
15.7 - As soon as a car is caught by another car that is about to lap it during the race the driver must allow the faster driver past at the first available opportunity. If the driver who has been caught does not allow the faster driver past, waved blue flags will be shown to indicate that he must allow the following driver to overtake.
After the race , just before you leave Sean , i was writing in the chat box that we had some good racing for 5 laps , you left before i post,
To see this today , I’m beyond words , I never seen such a thing in my racing life ,
sorry i pass you on last lap !