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Once I progress from one License level to another, can I be demoted to a lower License level?
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Yes, it is possible to be demoted to your previous license level. Like Fast Track promotions, demotions can occur during the season or at the end of a season.
During the Season:
If any driver's Safety Rating falls below 1.00 he/she will be demoted at least one license level. No drivers are ever demoted back to a Rookie license. The most they can be demoted is to Class D.
After the Completion of a Season:
If a driver's safety Rating falls below 2.00 he/she will be demoted at least one license level. No drivers will ever be demoted back to a Rookie License at any time.
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