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Stewards Reports, Protest & Appeal

Post by jeromef1 » Sat Feb 25, 2017 11:01 am

Protest

All protests relating to a racing incident must be submitted within 48 hours of event completion by filling up the following form.

Appeals
  • All appeals must be submitted within 48 hours of the publication of the Stewards Report as follows:
    • Send an email to stewards@precisionracingleague.com
    • The subject line must be in the following format: Appeal: [Investigation ID]
    • List your PRL username in the body text
    • Your e-mail must explain why you feel the initial decision by the Stewards was wrong.
  • Appeals shall be reasonable, logical, based on sound evidence, and related to the PRL Racing Rules.
  • Appeals that are frivolous, incorrectly submitted, or late will be dismissed.  Repeated appeals of this nature will result in disciplinary action.
  • Only one appeal per incident is permitted.
  • The Appeal will be reviewed by an extended PRL Stewarding team, and a decision will be announced in the respective championship’s Stewards Reports thread.
  • Appeals that are unsuccessful will force a 90 day period where the driver submitting the appeal is ineligible to submit another appeal.
 
More information
 
If you need more explication about a steward decision, please contact stewards@precisionracingleague.com.
 
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Re: Stewards Reports & Protest

Post by moogleslam » Wed May 03, 2017 7:55 am

Round 2: Japan - Suzuka Circuit (20Apr17 @ 9pm EDT) 
  • [ID#: 346] No action will be taken by the Stewards for an incident between El_Majacko & MystcJoker323 on the approach to turn 1 on lap 1.  Multiple view points clearly show this to be a sync issue.
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Re: Stewards Reports & Protest

Post by moogleslam » Wed May 17, 2017 9:11 am

Round 5: Great Britain - Silverstone Circuit (11May17 @ 9pm EDT)
  • [ID#: 353] For impeding Dubzzy__ between turns 5 & 6 in qualifying, MysticJoker323 will be awarded a 1 point penalty
  • [ID#: 354] For impeding Dubzzy__ between turns 11 & 12 in qualifying, MysticJoker323 will be awarded a 1 point penalty
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Re: Stewards Reports & Protest

Post by moogleslam » Sat Jul 15, 2017 3:08 pm

Round 12: Italy - Autodromo di Monza (29Jun17 @ 9pm EDT)
  • [ID#: 378] The Stewards investigated a protest against HookArrowD for ignoring blue flags when Brianmosser88 was attempting to lap him on Lap 10.  The Stewards noted that Brianmosser88 caught HookArrowD between turns 5 and 6, and it appeared that HookArrowD slowed on the left to facilitate a pass on the right, but instead, Brianmosser88 did not change his line and ran into the back of him.  Though it doesn't appear that HookArrowD made any further efforts to facilitate a pass through to turn 7, the Stewards don't feel that two corners is enough time for HookArrowD to be considered ignoring blue flags, so no penalty will be awarded.  Unfortunately, HookArrowD over steers coming out of turn 7, and collects Brianmosser88 in the process.  The Stewards consider this a racing incident and no penalty will be awarded in this instance either.
  • [ID#: 379] For failing to leave adequate space on the outside of turn 2 on lap 13 for porq_chopz, whereby he ran him off the track, and for illegally gaining a position which was not relinquished, HookArrowD will be awarded a 3 point penalty.
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Re: Stewards Reports & Protest

Post by moogleslam » Thu Jul 20, 2017 11:19 am

Round 13: Canada - Circuit Gilles Villneuve (13Jul17 @ 9pm EDT)
  • [ID#: 383] For a retaliatory move for what appears to only be a lag incident while behind the safety car on lap 8, whereby Dubzzy__ deliberately drove into IAmADrunkDolphin, he will be DSQ'd from the race.
  • [ID#: 384] For failing to leave adequate space on the outside of turn 2 for mightymurph51, whereby he was squeezed against the wall, Melg222 will be awarded a 1 point penalty.
  • [ID#: 385] The Stewards investigated contact between El_Majacko and Melg222 at turn 1 on lap 3, followed by a potential unsafe rejoin by Melg222.  The contact was deemed to be the fault of Melg222.  Though it was minor, it caused the loss of a position for El_Majacko, and though Melg222 spun as a result of it, he will be awarded a 2 point penalty.  His immediate rejoin was incredibly dangerous, though incident was avoided due to his car ghosting just in time.  A further 2 point penalty will be awarded for the unsafe rejoin, for a total of a 4 point penalty.
  • [ID#: 386] The Stewards investigated a potential illegal restart by Melg222 after the Safety Car went in based on the grounds that he overtook a car before the safety car line.  However, it is PRL policy to let the game police such moves, and additionally, in light of green flags being shown before any moves, no action will be taken by the Stewards.
  • [ID#: 387] No action will be taken in a lap 10 turn 4 incident between El_Majacko and Melg222.  El_Majacko had to brake hard to avoid hitting nickthequick, then moved about a cars width to the left.  Meanwhile, due to El_Majacko having had to brake, Melg222 was able to overtake El_Majacko on the left, but this coincided with El_Majacko's leftward movement and contact ensued.  At the actual moment of contact, El_Majacko's leftward movement had ceased from his viewpoint, though not from Melg222's, but with so many things happening in such a short space of time, with some minor lag issues thrown in, and rapid closing speed, neither driver had much time to react, and this will be deemed a racing incident.
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Re: Stewards Reports, Protest & Appeal

Post by moogleslam » Mon Jul 31, 2017 12:25 pm

Round 14: Abu Dhabi - Yas Marina Circuit (20Jul17 @ 9pm EDT)
  • [ID#: 398] No action will be taken by the Stewards for a lap 19 turn 11 incident between dszman and El_Majacko as the Stewards felt both drivers were equally at fault.  dszman failed to maintain the inside line, while El_Majacko failed to leave enough space on the inside at corner apex.
  • [ID#: 399] The Stewards investigated a lap 20 turn 17 incident between dszman and El_Majacko.  The Stewards noted the following:  Whether El_Majacko had sufficient overlap before the turn in point wasn't clear from either video, but regardless, he does not appear to have control for the corner and looks to be on a path with momentum causing him to go too deep when the contact occurs.  However, it appears dszman turns early in an attempt to defend against El_Majacko, which would be considered a reactionary move, i.e. blocking.  With both drivers being at fault to some degree, no action will be taken by the Stewards
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Re: Stewards Reports, Protest & Appeal

Post by Hootius » Mon Aug 21, 2017 2:56 pm

Round 18: Australia - Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit (17Aug17 @ 9pm EDT)
  • [ID#: 417] The Stewards investigated an incident between BrianMosser88 and Ghostface in Turns 9/10 of Lap 26. While going into Turn 9, the gap was more than enough for Ghostface to make it out of Turn 10 before serving the blue flag to let Brian by. The Stewards will not issue a penalty for ignoring a blue flag due to the video provided. As for the contact between the cars, Ghostface clipped the curb in Turn 9 and went a car length high entering turn 10, in which Brian tried to dive underneath him at the apex. Due to the factors that Brian had to dive halfway onto the apron and did not have a full wheel of overtake when the contact happen, the Stewards deem this contact a racing incident and no penalty points will be awarded.
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