Below are the basic rules and guidelines for competing in the North American Racing League. All members must follow the rules and guidelines set forth by the iRacing Sporting Code. This league will uphold rules supported in this document. Rules are subject to change.
Drivers are reminded the iRacing Sporting Code is in effect and states the following regarding Blue Flags. Not following these guidelines is grounds for a protest.
In all cases, it is the responsibility of the faster car to safely overtake the slower car. It is the responsibility of the slower car to maintain a consistent line. It is strongly recommended that a slower car being lapped makes every reasonable effort to facilitate a safe pass
After the protest period has ended, stewards will review all submitted protests and apply penalties as necessary. The stewards panel is fully independent from the league and all decisions are kept private. The following is general guidance over what would be considered Minor or Major Incidents as well as the Penalties they may carry.
Protests must be submitted within 48 Hours following an event’s race start time.
It is the protesting driver to retain a replay of the incident should the stewards require it.