Off-Course Excursions

Off-Course Excursions
The competitor is required to follow the marked course during the competition and shall not gain an advantage by an off-course excursion.

'Off-course' is defined as leaving the marked course with all four wheels. The definition of the term 'advantage gained' will be left up to the sole discretion of the Race Steward(s) and may include when a driver goes all four-wheels-off on the exit of a corner, or was deemed to be an unnatural and/or unrealistic racing line.

Penalties may be assessed for an off-course excursion that Steward(s) decide it affords an advantage to the offender.

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