Table of content:
I. Intro
II. General Regulations
III. Competition
IV. Scoring
V. Teams
VI. Car painting / Liveries
VII. Protests
VIII. Outro
IX. Data processing

I. Intro
1. Drift Corner Grand Prix (hereafter: "DCGP" or "Competition" or "Comp") is online drift competition held by using online platform (hereafter: "website").
2. Owner of DCGP is Mateusz Dziedzic, conducting business activity under the name: Avendi Mateusz Dziedzic registered in Polish Central Register and Information on Economic Activity (CEIDG) under the NIP (tax identification number): 6811983123.
3. By registering on website, you confirm that you're accepting the terms of privacy policy and data processing (link).
4. Everyone is allowed to register in Competition. Participants that are less than 16 years old need to fill parent's "Data processing agreement for underage" to sign up: (link).

II. General Regulations
1. Competition is organized in Assetto Corsa game for PC platform. Tracks and cars that are used during the Competition are made by friendly modders or modified with permission of it’s original creators. All credits go to them. Official download link for every track will be released before every round at the briefing.
2. To compete in DCGP, Drivers have to sign to website following simple steps. If you are new here or you have some questions please introduce yourself with our step-by-step tutorial, all detailed info there -> (LINK)
3. Drivers have to sign up entering their real name and surname. This has to be the same as later in the game. Drivers with long (or many) names can be signed in shortened form.
4. In order to take part in Round of Competition drivers have to pay entry fee (8 EUR) by PayPal using website's platform. Amounts obtained by fees are dedicated for covering expenses related with Competition running (servers, website etc.).
5. Drivers are asked to listen Organizer's messages at the (1) in-game AC chat, (2) Discord and (3) social media, so that Organizers can successfully and without bigger interruptions manage to carry the Competition.
6. Organizers kindly ask drivers to use search engine at Discord server to prevent message flood during events.

III. Competition
1. Season contains 6 Rounds which are divided for 3 days.
a) Quali day - Monday, Tuesday - starting 6:00 - 7:00 pm Polish time (depending on the drivers amount - will be announced before each round).
b) Top48 Main Event - Wednesday - starting 7:00 pm Polish time.
Polish time:
2. Top48 formula:
- 1-16 top drivers from Quali go straight into Top32 bracket
- 17-48 drivers from Quali go into Top48 bracket to fight their place in Top32. 
3. Drivers have to take part in Quali and get into top 48 bracket with their result in order to take part in Main Event.
4. Rules of switching car between rounds of season:
- drivers CANNOT change cars after 1st Round.
- choose your car wisely and drive it till the end of the season.
5. Important: from season nine there is no battles for 3rd place (Final B). After losing in semi final, higher scored driver in Quali gets 3rd spot automatically.
6. Points are awarded to the general scoreboard according to the following formula:
1: 8p
2: 7p
3: 6p
4-8: 5p
9-16: 4p
17-32: 3p
33-42: 2p

1: 100p
2: 80p
3: 66p
4: 62p
5-8: 48p
9-16: 32p
17-32: 16p
33-48: 8p
7. Winner of the season will be the driver with the highest number of points after all Rounds of season.

IV. Scoring

1. Competition will be scored by following judges: Mateusz Dziedzic (Main judge) and Jakub Kołodziejczyk. DCGP reserve the right to add/change judges in case of extraordinary situation.
2. During Competition DCGP is using standardized rules of judging as Drift Masters European Championship Rulebook: (link)
3. Please keep in mind that there are some differences in virtual vs real competition.
4. Judges are scoring independently. Scores of Quali runs will be typed and shown directly in game and at website.

Result of each tandem battle will be known by summing up individual Judges decisions. Each Judge can choose a driver which, in his eyes, was a winner or vote for OMT (one more time) in case of draw. If calls are hard to call, judges will try to shortly explain the verdict at the in-game chat.

5. Judges commands:

- READY? - be ready, run will start soon,
- GO!
- STOP! - stop wherever you are

From season nine, DCGP is using starting lights via Assetto Corsa app: [LINK]

6. DCGP use 2x OMT rule. If the result of second "OMT battle" is also the OMT - higher scored driver from Quali advances automatically.
7. Blue line in the middle of the track is painted to avoid not fair play lead driver moves or going too wide with initiation flick. Chase driver can initiate how he/she wants, but it is not allowed to make a contact with the lead driver.
A) Lead driver cannot cross blue line painted in the middle of the track during initiation.
B) Chase driver can initiate as he/she wants: behind the lead driver or side-by-side. At some tracks judges may advice only one way of initiation.
C) Causing a contact as a chase driver with lead driver during initiation = 10:0 Advantage for lead driver (0 mistake for chase driver)
D) Crossing a blue line by lead driver = 1st time – Rerun, 2nd time – 10:0 advantage for chase driver (0 mistake for lead driver).
8. After finishing 1st run (Quali or Top48) drivers HAVE TO drive back to the start line. Using teleport (or back-to-pits) will be counted as a 0 points for the second run.

V. Teams
1. Drivers are able to create teams via website containing 2-4 players.
2. Each driver from team can use different car from the pack.

VI. Car painting / Liveries
1. Each driver can use custom painting during competition, which will be visible for others during both Quali and Main Event. Personal livery is not mandatory.
2. To add car painting, use website platform.
3. Rules:
a) Every livery needs to have DCGP Sponsors stickers [LINK].
b) At attached photo you will find placement, where you should put them [LINK].
c) Drivers can change their colours etc. to fit their design, but one main thing - they need to be visible.
d) Skin weight limit: 20MB packed (zip).
- to remove some body parts (f.e. spoiler) via ext_config file. BEFORE uploading a skin please contact Mattie or Makki via Discord for approval!
- put neons underneath the car with constantly glowing light (no pulsing/flashing etc.).
- stroboscope/pulsing lights - if you change something with lights, they cannot flash/pulse etc.
- front window, driver and passenger windows cannot be tinted (you cannot make it black or in any fancy colours).
- rear brake lights cannot be changed by any means(!).
- painting cannot contain any offensive, vulgar or 18+ elements.
Designs that violate this rules will not be allowed to use in Comp and Organizer will change it to default livery.

4. File with painting cannot be bigger than 25Mb after compressing and 30Mb after unpacking.
5. Last day of uploading skins is FRIDAY before the Round. Any changes after this day may NOT be working.

VII. Protests
1. Scores from Quali are not protestable.
2. Subjective areas of judge’s score and decisions are not protestable.
3. Protest must be done only in case of an objective action that missed Judges eyes during scoring process (f.e. straightening out of Lead driver, braking in Acceleration zone etc.).
4. Protest procedure Driver can begin ONLY and IMMEDIATELY after announcement of FINAL tandem score (this is the moment when Judge write at the in-game chat who won the battle). It can be ONLY launched by writing at the in-game chat word “protest” with capability of writing a short reason of Driver’s protest in English.
5. It is FORBIDDEN to:

- Writing protest before announcement of final tandem score.
- Abusing of protest procedure without any reason.
- Anger, quarrels.
- Vulgarity.
- Writing excessively long reasons.
- Violation of mentioned above rules will result firstly with official warning and then even disqualification.

6. Examples of correct protest calls:

“Protest, 1st run – lead was going straight”
“Protest, 2nd run – contact unable me to continue my run”

7. In case of protest, all Judges are watching run again and make the FINAL and BINDING DECISION.

VIII. Outro
1. Please remember it is all about having fun and fair play rivalry! Good luck!
2. DCGP reserve the right to change the Rules in the event than an unforeseeable situation that undoubtedly require clarification.

IX. Data processing
In accordance to Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereafter: GDPR) we would like to inform you about the principles of processing of your personal data and your rights related thereto.

1. The Controller of your personal data is Mateusz Dziedzic, conducting business activity under the name: Avendi Mateusz Dziedzic registered in Polish Central Register and Information on Economic Activity (CEIDG) under the NIP (tax identification number): 6811983123 – owner of Drift Corner Grand Prix (
2. If you have any questions regarding the manner and scope of processing of your personal data, as well as your rights, you may contact here: [email protected].
3. The basis of the processing of your personal data is Article 6 (1) (a), (b) of GDPR.
4. Your personal data shall be processed for the purpose of taking part in Drift Corner Grand Prix Competition, which contains:
(a) maintaining a driver database,
(b) sharing scores, top drivers, teams and general scoreboard,
(c) provision with non-promoting information and press releases.
5. In connection with the processing of data for the purposes referred to in point 4, the recipients of your personal data may be:
(a) public authorities and entities performing public tasks or acting on behalf of public authorities, to the extent and for the purposes that result form the provisions of generally applicable law,
(b) other entities that process personal data on the basis of relevant agreements with the Controller,
6. Your personal data will be stored for the period necessary for the purposes specified in point 4, and thereafter for the period and to the extent required by generally applicable laws.
7. In connection with the processing of your personal data, you shall have the following rights:
(a) the right to access your personal data, including the right to obtain a copy of such data,
(b) the right to request rectification (correction) of personal data – in case the data is incorrect or incomplete,
(c) the right to request erasure of personal data (the so-called right to be forgotten), in the event that:
- the data are no longer necessary for the purposes for which they were collected or otherwise processed,
- the data subject has objected to the processing of personal data,
- the data subject has withdrawn consent to the processing of personal data, which is the basis for data processing, and there is no other legal basis for data processing,
- personal data is processed unlawfully,
- personal data must be erased in order to comply with a legal obligation,
(d) the right to request restriction of processing of personal data – if:
- the data subject questions the accuracy of the personal data,
- the processing of the data is unlawful, and the data subject objects to the erasure of the data, requesting instead that the data be restricted,
- the controller no longer needs the data for its purposes, but the data subject needs the data for the establishment, defence or assertion of claims,
- the data subject has objected to the processing of the data, until it is determined whether the legitimate grounds on the part of the Controller override the grounds for the objection,
(e) the right to data portability – where the following conditions are jointly met:
- the processing of data takes place on the basis of a contract concluded with the data subject or on the basis of consent expressed by the data subject,
- the processing is carried out by automated means,
(f) the right to object to the processing – if the following prerequisites are jointly met:
- there are reasons related to your particular situation, in the case of data processing on the basis of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of public authority by the Controller,
- the processing is necessary for the purposes of legitimate interests pursued by the Controller or by a third party, except where such interests are overridden by the interests or fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject requiring protection of personal data.
8. In the event that you become aware of unlawful processing of your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority, i.e. Prezes Urzędu Ochrony Danych Osobowych (ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warszawa).
9. Where the processing of personal data is based on the consent of the data subject, the provision of personal data by you to the Controller is voluntary.
10. It is mandatory for you to provide personal data when the prerequisite for the processing of personal data is a provision of law or a contract concluded between the parties.
11. Your data may be processed in an automated manner, but will not be profiled, i.e. the personal data of a specific person will not be analysed in such a way as to create an accurate description of his/her preferences and characteristics as possible.