IRA League Rules Page
Official Indy Racing Association Rules and Regulations
1) One Car Per User
To make the series fair to all of those who've subscribed and been wanting for a ride since the inception of the series, all IRA series should only allow one car per account. Everyone deserves an equal opportunity to compete for the championship.
2) Driver Identity and Name Clause
We have not and will not ever require an IRA driver to give up their real life identity if they choose not to. However, to simulate realism in our race broadcasts and to protect our series owners, each driver signing up for an offline, online, or stop motion series will have to use a first and a last name. This name can be completely made up, but it must be realistic. Example; Joe Tanto is OK, Darth Vader is not.
3) No Commenting Rules
Remember this, people have lives! There come times where people will not have time to sit down and watch a race for an hour. This series makes things easier for everyone but not allowing commenting rules for all of our series. This also includes a rule for not kicking someone out because of commenting. When a user signs up, they stay in that ride until the end unless they violate any rules of the IRA.
4) Have Fun!
Here at the IRA, we want all of our members and drivers of the IRA to have a pleasurable experience in our league. We want all of our drivers to participate in a league with no added pressure to comment or follow such strict rules. We created the IRA for a reason and that is to have our fans enjoy quality races and broadcasts produced to the best of our abilities