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What is an Incident


An incident is defined as any time you leave the racing surface, make contact with barriers or other fixed objects, or have contact with other cars. Each incident is weighted differently:

• Light Contact with Another Driver = 0x.
• Off Track (more than half the car off the racing surface) = 1x.
• Loss of Control (rotating 90 degrees or more to the direction of the track) = 2x.
• Contact (colliding with barrier or other object) = 3x.
• Contact with a fellow competitor = 4x.

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