XCAL’s - “$2 Tuesday Series” Official Rules
V 1.1.8 - January 10th 2021
Preface: The XCAL Street Stock “$2 Tuesday Series” is designed for mature iRacing members who enjoy long format, simulation style racing, in a well structured and live-officiated environment. Running the entire season is a commitment similar to joining any real world sports league where attendance is important to success. The first thing anyone notices about the rule book is the sheer length of it. This isn't to restrict participants into having to remember many different race procedures, but more of a notice to all members of how various events that can occur will be handled. There is (hopefully) no surprises that way. No participant should ever feel that they are being treated unfairly. The rules are enforced on all members equally.
That's not to say that mistakes won't be made. Disagreements will be had, and tempers may occasionally flare. However like any sports league, a mature professional can bounce back after being the victim of a “called third strike”, or a “foul that should have been a charge”, and we expect all of our members to act as mature professionals during our events. To reward perseverance, and allow drivers to blow off some steam, we host an “Organized Demolition Derby” at the end of each feature event, right after we interview our top 3 finishers.
After you slog through the first few pages of rules and penalties you will see that XCAL has provided a structure for the member base to build from. What gets built is up to the members themselves. We are excited to see how the XCAL community develops, and what creative ideas get brought to our league!
Finally, this rule book is meant to be a “go to source” for any questions a member may have. Often our staff will be available to help answer questions, but in the event no live help is online, this guide should provide any information you need. If you are having a hard time getting through all of it in one sitting, try reading one or two sections at a time. Admittedly, most members wont need to memorize all the data contained within the rule book, but all participants are bound by these rules when competing in any event. Therefore, every member should familiarize themselves with all of the content it holds.