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A Reminder To All Drivers - Appeal Room Etiquette

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A Reminder To All Drivers - Appeal Room Etiquette

Post by tallboy_rocks on Sat Jan 25, 2014 1:15 am

Can I please just ask drivers to take note of the following when using the appeal rooms:

  • Can all drivers please keep their language respectful and profanity-free at all times when using the appeal room. Any posts deemed to be unacceptable will be deleted any any drivers deemed to be offensive or insulting towards other drivers may face repercussions.
  • The appeal room itself is to be used for point/counterpoint over incidents on track. Point being the appeal by a driver who feels they are the victim of an incident not of their making and counterpoint being the other driver(s) involved in said incident explaining or defending their actions. Can drivers please not enter into lengthy arguments over incidents in the appeal room as this benefits no-one.
  • Could drivers not directly involved in appeals in the appeal room please refrain from commenting on the appeals in the room itself. The same can also be said for drivers commenting on appeals that are not in their own leagues. If you wish your opinion on an incident to be heard all drivers are more than welcome to attend the FIA meetings, Saturdays at 8pm, or, if you cannot attend, pass on your thoughts on an incident to a member of the admin team who will make sure it is heard in the meeting itself.

We are all aware that appeals can be emotional, especially for a driver who feels wronged, but if we can all keep these simple points in mind when using the appeal room we can keep this site a pleasant place to race.

Thank you.

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