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Post by nhood53 on January 28th 2017, 9:10 am

Since this has not already been posted, I decided I'd post the NMGAR RuleBook.
Section 1: General Rules- These are the same as NASCAR
Section 2: Driver Aggression standards- Drivers are allowed to be aggressive with their driving style, but we do not like this to follow them with their emotions. If a driver has an issue with another, we hope to get the two together to calmly settle the tempers. However, if we cannot deal with the tempers there are penalties involved.
1st Offense: Warning
2nd Offense: 1 Race Probation
3rd Offense: Suspension- 1 Race
4th Offense Lose your ride.
We take fighting between drivers as a 2nd or 3rd offense penalty depending on the severity of the fight.

Section 3: NMGAR's Stance on Canonization
If any driver wants to try to canonize another series besides NMGAR NNSCRA and ARCSOA in here, that is strictly disallowed. In any case of this the driver will receive a warning.

Section 4: Actions Detrimental to NMGAR Racing
If anyone wants to make a comment against the NMGAR, we will listen to your comments. However, if you dare cuss us out or make mean comments about us, your driver will face a -5 driver rating change for 5 races. Cheating is also not allowed. If we the NMGAR feel a driver is cheating in any way, they will give the driver a -5 rating change and the team will receive a fine. Mere suspicion will lead to an NMGAR inspection of your car, and if cheating is not found we will issue the team a warning. We had a situation recently where this happened.

Section 5: The NMGAR is an international series. We respect comments in all languages unless they get aggressive.

New Addition! Section 6: Penalties over Crashes
After New Hampshire, these additions were made to keep crashing amongst lapped cars to a minimum. A first offense of a lead lap car wrecking another lead lap car causing injury and near injury gives a point penalty of the drivers highest finish, and a second offense immediately calls for non-replaceable suspension.
On lapped car antics, a driver who refuses to give up their spot is given a warning, then a consistent refusal calls for a hauler visit. If it is consistent over multiple races, a replaceable suspension is called for. If a lapped car wrecks another car that is not on their lap, they receive a point penalty of their highest finish, with or without injury. If injury is seen in a situation, the driver may receive no replaceable suspension, and if death occurs, the driver may be banned from competition in NMGAR. If multiple non injury crashes involving the same lapped car occur, replaceable suspension will be given to the driver. All suspensions will last different periods of time based on the severity of the crash or incident. AKA one who just refuses to get out of the leaders way will receive a lesser suspension than one who has caused crashes, of which non-injury crashes receive a lesser penalty.

Nathan Hood

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