Weekly Briefing

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New Driver? Welcome !

Welcome to all the new members and thank you for joining us !
It is very important that you familiarize yourself with our rules and philosophy.
Every week you will receive a race briefing via the iRacing message system, usually on Sunday.

There is a section with track specific rules that change every week and must be learnt.

It is very important that you read the information at Race Briefing – General Info (click) and the links within to League Rules (click) and Information for New Drivers (click)
Thank you for your patience.
Ask if anything is not clear.

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Non-donors must not enter until 1 hour after it has launched.

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BRIEFING – Interlagos

35 Laps , 150.5 km
42.0+ Liters suggested. Always check with your own driving

~1.15 Liters per lap

  • No active overtakes until after Turn 3 left, magenta in the map above.
    Causing an accident in T4L will be heavily penalized, as if it was in the no pass zone.
  • Be careful when braking into Turn 4 Left on lap 1, we often have accidents there. Passing is allowed by that corner, but this does not mean you are obliged to attempt. Very long race and many passing spots today, playing it safe makes even more sense than usual.
  • No 3-wide for the entire lap 1, as usual, no matter how tempting it might be.
  • Voluntarily driving off-track to gain an advantage is illegal, even if done only once.
    Excessive number of 1x may also result in a penalty.
    Aim to avoid driving off-track (1x), especially in turn 4 left, but if it happens a few times by mistake it is no big deal. Going excessively wide in T4 (car fully beyond the curb) may be penalized post-race even if done sporadically.
    Collecting a 1x by going a bit wide exiting T11R (Bico do Pato) is not going to be a problem.
  • Driving off-track on corner entry is illegal even if there is no 1x.
    Always keep two wheels fully on the track. See rules for further details.

    Going off-track between T7R and T8R will be scrutinized and penalized.
    In the last corner, please try to keep two wheels on track. If you go a little wider than that it is not going to be a huge deal. However, if you touch the blue bits with any part of the tyres it will be heavily penalized (even if done only once).
    It is ok to drive on the curbs/concrete past the white lines in the slow section, instead.
  • Team games (e.g. waiting to give/get a draft) in qualify are strictly forbidden. Driving slow during qualify to improve performance on the following lap (lately referred to as brake dragging, even if done without braking) is also strictly forbidden.

Penalties and Safety Points

Post race incident reports and penalties (hopefully none) are communicated in discord.
You can read philosophy and details in this page.

The Last race incident report is at this discord link, only visible to registered members.
Just scroll down to the latest message in the discord channel.
Have a look also at the #race-school-videos section, if you mind.


  • Take it easy at race start.
    The goal is to get going safely and get in line. You must not attempt to gain places.
    Do not try to get a great start on the lights, it is unnecessary risky
  • No lane change at the start, at least until the first corner and longer if necessary.
    Stay in your lane and try to maintain a constant distance from the car in front. No sudden braking, do not drive faster than the cars ahead of you.
    If by doing so you pass cars in the other lane, perhaps because they had a slow start, it is fine. However, you must not attempt to outbrake others or take advantage of the situation to gain places
    Always go for the safest action. If a car in front of you has a very slow start, it is ok to pass it.
  • Be careful about the concertina effect braking for slow corners in the early race.
    Try to be as smooth as possible, with gradual braking and no sudden changes, but expect to have to slow down a lot, especially later in the field.
  • No 3-wide attacking for the entire lap 1
  • No blocking
  • No dive bombing
  • If you get a black flag slow down, you must serve it off-line without hindering other cars.
  • Please remember that driving off track voluntarily (1x) is strictly prohibited.
    You can receive a time penalty post-race for having too many off-tracks (undisclosed number). There is also an automatic slow down in race if you have too many incident points. However, we do not aim to penalize errors. Just play it fair and all will be fine.
  • Always stay on-track on corner entry. This means that two wheels must always be fully within the track boundaries (usually white line). Exceptions are noted in the weekly briefing. Failure to stay on track on corner entry results in heavy post-race time penalties.
  • Any intentional contact is heavily penalized. This includes bump drafting.
  • Respect blue flags – which means helping the leaders through, but do not expect lapped cars to immediately pull over
  • No unsafe rejoins
  • Stay on the racing surface
  • No team games, such as giving each other a draft in qualify. Not everyone has a team, let’s make it fair for all.
  • No chat in qualify and race, it is welcome in practice sessions
    More details in the League Rules page


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Donations are unfortunately needed to cover the cost.
Details on how to donate in our discord and website, thank you for your help !

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Live video broadcast for this week is below – links are usually available 24 hours prior to the race start