Article 1 - Organizer
The organizer of the GT Talent format (hereinafter referred to as "the Organizer") is Scuderia Gentile Srl with its registered office in Milan (Zip Code 20124) - Via Fabio Filzi, 2 (Tax Code/VAT no. 11298750966). Please note that, pursuant to Article 13 of Legislative Decree No. 196/03, the personal data collected with the entry form will be processed by the organizer, also by IT tools.
Article 2 - Aims
GT Talent will take place in three phases: Local selections with skill tests, Semi-finals and Finals, aiming to identify the talented competitor who will have the opportunity to participate in a race(s) chosen by the Organizer.
Article 3 - Requirements for participation
GT Talent is open to participants of both genders, of any nationality, aged between 18 and 65 years and who have never held an ACI Sport International Motor Sport License. Specifically, the following may participate: car category - unlicensed or National license; kart category: unlicensed, National or International license. Only participants with a valid type B or higher license are allowed (also new drivers). The same competitor may enter several selection dates with separate entries, as long as they are not on the same day. It is not possible to accept competitors with disabilities, or with a BS license, as the cars are not equipped with the special controls required for this use.
In addition, the consumption of alcohol and/or drugs before or during the skills tests is strictly prohibited. The track staff will be entitled to carry out an alcohol test, should it deem it necessary, and may declare the cancellation of the tests.
Article 4 - Participation Fee
The participation fee for GT Talent 2023 is set at €199.00 including VAT.
Those who have purchased the pre-sale of €99.00 and have not paid the balance of €100.00 by 15 March will not be entitled to a refund.
Article 5 - Entry procedure - personal data entry, circuit and date selection
In order to register, each competitor must complete in full the online form under "Sign up" on the official website gttalent.com. At the same time as registration, in the case of pre-sale after payment of the registration fee, the competitor must choose the circuit for the selection and the date on which he/she wishes to participate from those available on the calendar.
Article 5.1 - Registration procedure - Participation fee payment
After completing the entry of personal data, the choice of circuit and the date that the competitor has indicated in the form, he/she will have to proceed with the payment to regularize the registration.
Payment of the entry fee can be made by credit card, PayPal (option to obtain faster confirmation of the registration) and by bank transfer to the bank details available on the GT Talent website, as well as in the e-mail that will be sent following the choice of this payment method (in this case the entry will only be regularized after receipt of the bank transfer on the organizer’s bank account or it will be possible to send a copy of the bank transfer by e-mail to email@example.com). Once the registration has been regularized by payment, a communication will be sent by e-mail formally confirming the registration and enclosing the purchase invoice. The invoice will also be available in the candidate profile. Aspiring competitors who complete the registration form, but do not regularize their payment within 10 days of completing the form, will have their account cancelled; should they wish to re-register to GT Talent, they may still do so by completing the registration form again, subsequently regularizing their registration by payment. It will be possible to request a refund by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, no later than 10 working days from the date of payment of the registration fee. From this €15.00 will be deducted for administrative expenses.
Article 5.2 - Registration procedure - completion of personal data and choice of time slot
By accessing his/her profile with the logins received by e-mail, the participant shall complete his/her profile by entering the data required to participate in GT Talent. Upon completion of registration, he/she will be able to request the Participation Pass by e-mail, which will also be available from the competitor profile.
Article 6 - Entry number limit
Entries will be accepted up to the maximum capacity allowed by the days available for each appointment on the calendar. The software system of the gttalent.com website will not allow entries to exceed the permitted capacity. It will therefore not be possible to register after this threshold has been reached.
Article 7 - Rejection of entries
It is at the Organizer’s discretion to reject - on the basis of its own assessment, which is not subject to any form of complaint and is incontestable - one or more entries in the event that the aspiring competitor infringes one or more of the rules contained in these regulations. In the event of refusal of the entry, the Organizer will send the aspiring competitor the relevant communication to the e-mail address communicated by the latter at the time of the refused entry and will refund the entry fee paid.
Article 8 - Cancellation, interruptions and changes
The Organizers may vary, cancel, suspend or interrupt the running of GT Talent at any time, should it not be objectively possible to guarantee its implementation due to causes and/or external factors beyond their sphere of action and/or control. It is also within the Organizer’s power to amend these Rules and Regulations at any time by changing and/or supplementing one or more of the rules contained herein, in the event that any changes and/or additions are functional or necessary to achieve a higher level of acceptance and/or participation in the Talent. Should the GT Talent program undergo any variations, the subscriber shall have no claim to any changes in the number, days, circuits, and times of the Selections, Semifinals and Finals. In case of cancellation, the Organizer will refund the registration fee, retaining €15.00 for administrative expenses, limited to the selections subject to cancellation.
Article 9 - Possibility of changing time slots
Competitors will be given the opportunity to change time slots and circuits free of charge, subject to remaining availability. The change of time slot is permitted once from the competitor profile. In the event of further changes, an email can be sent to email@example.com with the request. The organizer will not be responsible if there are no other time slots available at the request of the change. The deadline for the possibility of changing the time slot is one week before the date of participation.
Article 10 - Calendar of Selections
The Calendar of the 2023 Selections is based on several dates and will be held in three different countries (Italy, Spain, France). Skill tests will take place on the following European circuits: Castelletto di Branduzzo, Circuito Internazionale di Viterbo, Circuito Tazio Nuvolari and Circuito Internazionale di Napoli (Italy), Circuito de Madrid Jarama Race and Circuit de Barcelona Catalunya (Spain), Autodrome of Linas-Montlhéry (France). Each selection appointment is divided into different days and time slots (one hour each) starting at 9.00 am. Selection appointments will take place between July and November 2023. Final dates and circuits will be published on the official website gttalent.com in the "Sign up" section.
Article 11 - Possible changes to calendar dates and circuits
All the dates on the calendar, from the Selections to the Semi-finals and Finals, may be replaced with other dates or circuits should problems arise in the program. Participants will be notified by the Organizers by e-mail if there are any changes to the dates and substitutions for the Selections, Semifinals and Finals and they may check the content of the notification received also by consulting the official website gttalent.com, where any changes made or decided by the Organizers will be highlighted. The aforementioned variations/substitutions may not be contested and, should a variation be applied, there will be no refund of the registration fee paid.
Article 12 - Check-in
Participants must arrive at the circuits one hour before the time chosen during entry. Competitors must compulsorily bring with them, in addition to the pass received by e-mail during registration or downloaded from their profile, their driving license (see Art. 3) for verification at the check-in desk and the present signed regulations. The cost of travel to the circuits shall be borne by the competitors. Competitors who do not show up on time, or who do not show up on the chosen day, will be able to move their reservation to another date and possibly circuit, again subject to availability, otherwise they will lose the fee paid at the time of registration.
Article 13 - Running of GT Talent selections
The competitor shall present himself/herself one hour before the time slot chosen for the selections for check-in operations; within the defined time slot each competitor will perform three skill tests. The procedures for carrying out the tests will be communicated directly on the spot by the GT Talent staff, who will divide the competitors into groups; the three tests may be performed in a different order than those indicated below.
This test will highlight the competitors' ability to adapt and their driving level and the correct approach to the pre-pit exit and pit exit phases, driving position, reconnaissance on the exit-warm-up lap with a check of the various points on the circuit, the braking signs, as well as the indicators displayed on the screen, getting to grips with the pedals and the force to be applied on the brake, and then carrying out the qualifying laps, from which the best of the 2 laps will be assigned and selected. Another aspect will be how you behave in terms of SAFETY (to go fast you need to know how to drive safely). The simulator test is decisive and allows analysis and evaluation as a first approach to initial preparation procedures, track laps, braking points, respect for the car and respect for safety.
SKID CAR TEST
This test will highlight the competitor's ability to control the car, the ability to counter-steer correctly, to accelerate smoothly and progressively, to make the right use of the eye, and thus to be able to handle a totally new situation with the right calmness and coolness. The competitor will be accompanied by an examining instructor. The skid is a tool that allows the car (front-wheel drive) to have a very low grip on the rear axle, so that the car skids even at low speed. The test will take place on a skill course in a dedicated area (not a track), timed and equal for all. The pins/cones, which in fact create the course, will always be at the same distance and in the same position so that there can be no disputes. In the event of a fall during a trial, the pin will be repositioned by the operator in the same place recreating the original course for the next competitor with the aim that the trial will be the same for all competitors.
The event will be timed immediately.
RACK TEST WITH TIMED SECTOR
The competitor will drive 2 laps of the track with an examining instructor next to him/her, who will check that the competitor's driving respects SAFETY above everything else (to go fast it is necessary to know how to drive safely). In the event of intentional or unintentional DANGEROUS behaviour by the competitor, the instructor will have the right and duty to stop the car by assigning the participant a time of 9':59".999 (maximum time). In this case the event will not be repeated and the competitor will be classified with no time and a penalty for dangerous driving. The curbs may only be used if they are the "motorbike" type (flat) and only in dry track conditions. In the case of other types of curbs they must NOT be used, due to penalty. Having said this, in these two laps of the track there will be a CRONOMETRATED SECTOR, which will include the classic phases of a bend: BRAKE - INSERTION - EXIT.
In the remaining part of the track a suitable speed rhythm will be maintained and indicated by the instructor, a rhythm that will allow communication between competitor/instructor, which is constructive from an educational point of view.
Pins/cones will be placed to indicate "indicatively" a correct braking point on entering a bend, so as to facilitate the correct trajectory, followed by 1 or more pins/cones to indicate the apex point.
The pins/cones, which are in fact useful reference points for the competitors, will always be at the same distance and in the same position so that there can be no disputes. In the event of a fall during a round, the pin will be repositioned by the operator in the same place, recreating the original reference point for the next competitor, with the aim that the round will be the same for all competitors. The return lap will have to be made at low speed to allow the brakes to cool down. Tyre pressure will be monitored to maintain optimum conditions for all competitors.
The cars used by the competitors will be communicated at the selection stage.
Article 14 - Clothing for skills tests
Practical and sports clothing is recommended with the use of rubber-soled shoes that are not too bulky in order to be agile with the car pedals; the use of advertising clothing or clothing bearing car, tyre, automobile/motorcycle brands and logos will not be permitted).
Article 15 - Selection criteria in skills tests
The test is based on 2 timed laps of the track to record the best lap time, in addition to the reconnaissance lap out of the pits. The competitor will start from the pits with the condition "tyres/blankets ON and optimum track tyre".
The competitor will have to manage the launch phase in the best way, set the braking points and start the timed laps phase taking the best advantage of the track conditions; it will be allowed to pass on the curbs, always respecting the correct trajectories with the obligation to always have 2 wheels inside the circuit, not to damage the car in such a way as to compromise stability and above all safety. The evaluation will take into account the best lap time. In the event of intentional or unintentional DANGEROUS behaviour by the competitor, the instructor or his/her delegate will have the right and duty to stop the test by invalidating it.
Should the competitor fail to run the event, the time allocated to him/her shall be 9':59".999.
The event is based on timed laps of the course delimited by pins. The start/finish rectangle will be 5 metres by 8 metres and will consist of 6 pins within which one must stop.
The evaluation criteria for this event are two:
Time of the course: The best classified competitor will be the one who takes the shortest time to complete the course.
Penalties: Each pin knocked down will be assigned a penalty of 3 seconds to be added to the time recorded; if the competitor knocks down more than 3 pins, a flat penalty of 10 seconds will be assigned to be added to the time recorded on the course; if during the stopping phase in the finish rectangle the car knocks down pins, each pin knocked down will be assigned a penalty of 5 seconds to be added to the time recorded; also during the stopping phase if the car crosses the line marking the pins, a penalty of 5 seconds will be assigned to be added to the time recorded on the course.
Should the competitor fail to run the stage or behave in a willfully dangerous manner, the time assigned to him shall be 9':59".999.
TRACK TEST WITH TIMED SECTOR
The test is based on a timed sector between entry and exit of a bend, this sector will include the classic phases of a bend: BRAKE - INSERTION - EXIT
The sector of the track where the time will be taken will be marked as follows: entry with two pins, one on the right and one on the left with a white background sign with black writing "START". Exit with two pins, one on the right and one on the left with a white background sign with black writing "FINISH". Should the competitor fail to run the event or behave in a wilfully dangerous manner, the time allotted to him shall be 9':59".999.
The evaluation criteria for this event are three:
Time over the sector: The best classified competitor will be the one who takes the shortest time to complete the timed sector.
Penalties: Each pin knocked down in the sector will be assigned a penalty of 1 second to be added to the time recorded on the sector.
Driving behaviour: The driving behaviour of each competitor will be evaluated according to this criterion:
1. Dangerous / Does not listen;
2. Looking down;
3. Incorrect use of hands;
4. Abrupt driving;
5. Non-progressive throttle;
6. Inadequate braking.
WET TRACK CONDITIONS
In the event of changing weather conditions (dry/rain - rain/dry) during practice, the WET RACE method will be used, as in competitions, throughout the entire period in which the wet conditions exist. Should conditions return to dry, WET RACE will be terminated. In order to standardize the evaluation of the tests, throughout the duration of the WET RACE method the competitors on the track will be evaluated by applying a higher level of difficulty established by the average percentage given by the difference between the time obtained on the track in optimal conditions and the time taken on the wet track during the sector run by one of our professional instructors.
Electronic stability and traction control override selector located on the steering wheel: in track conditions in WET RACE mode, the "selector" will be positioned on "Wet" mode while in dry track conditions the "selector" will be positioned on "Sport" mode.
Article 16 - Score ranking
16.1 - Day ranking
Each of the 3 events held produces a ranking in order of the best time reported by the timing service. Based on the position obtained, the participant is awarded a score as per the attached scheme (16.3).
The "total time" ranking will be the sum of the best times of the 3 events run by each participant. According to the position obtained, the participant will be assigned a score as per the attached scheme (16.3).
16.2 - Final event ranking
The final ranking will be given by the sum of the three skill tests performed based on the scores obtained by the participants plus the bonus score on the total time. The Examiners' evaluations obtained in the selections can be consulted by participants within their reserved profile area on the official website gttalent.com. The rankings will instead be public and always visible within the aforementioned official website.
16.3 - Score tables
Article 17 - Schedule of Semifinal and Final Dates
The Semi-finals and the Final will be held on separate dates and all details will be communicated to the semi-finalists two weeks in advance.
Article 18 - Competitors advancing to the Semi-finals
The first runner-up of each day will advance to the Semi-finals. If the first classified is already a semi-finalist, the second will automatically be chosen. The participants who will be able to access the Semi-finals will be a minimum number of twelve who have obtained the highest score according to the day's ranking.
In case the number of actual semi-finalists is less than 12, all drivers ranked second in the day's classification of the selections will be reselected. The drivers with the highest score will be classified as semi-finalists. In the event of a tie, the best time in the SKID test will be taken into account. The number of participants required to reach the minimum quota of 12 semi-finalists will then be selected. Semi-finalists must confirm - within 24 hours of receiving the invitation e-mail - their attendance, with a warning that, failure to comply with this deadline will result in non-admission to the Semi-finals against a judgement that cannot be claimed by the excluded participant. Excluded participants may be replaced by other participants in the so-called reserves, on the basis of the order of evaluation drawn up by the Jury using the marks awarded by the examiners.
During Semifinals, the Organisers are allowed to make substitutions - based on their own unquestionable judgement and on evaluation - in the event that any of the admitted participants is unable to be present, has not confirmed their presence or doesn’t meet the requirements set out in Art. 3 the convocation of the substitutes to the Semifinals will be communicated on time by e-mail to those concerned.
Article 19 - Provision of technical equipment for competitors advancing to the Semifinals and food, accommodation and transfer expenses.
The semi-finalist will be provided with official GT Talent clothing consisting of: driver's overalls, gloves and shoes. Board and lodging will be provided by the Organization in a structure selected for the day of the Semifinals, while the transfer costs to reach the circuit - which will be communicated at the end of the selections - will be borne by the competitor.
Article 20 - Running of the GT Talent Semifinals
The competitors who have been granted access to the Semi-finals are obliged to respect the timing of their convocation by accessing the circuit and at the time indicated in the e-mail communication that will be sent to them by the Organizer two weeks before the date on which the Semifinals will take place. The GT Talent organizer will inform them directly on the spot about the modalities and the type of tests. An e-mail will be sent with the technical details for the Semifinals. The tests to which the semi-finalists will be subjected are aimed at evaluating their driving skills, the ability with which they have faced each individual test, the aptitude with which they have driven the car assigned to each of them, and the speed at which they have covered the entire track, which will be calculated through the use of a stopwatch. The cars used will be announced in the regulations for the Semi-finals and Finals. Competitors in the semi-finals will be obliged to present themselves with the sports equipment they have received. Helmets will be provided as free rental by the Organizer. During the Semifinals each competitor will drive the car assigned to him/her with the presence of an Examiner who will sit on the passenger's side seat; the criteria for the competitor/examiner pairing will be determined by the Organizer according to his/her own autonomous and unchallengeable determination. The Organizer shall also be entitled to make substitutions - in the same way as the original pairing - of the Examiners assigned to each competitor during GT Talent.
Article 21 - Competitors entering the finals
The number of finalists shall be defined in the regulations drawn up for this final stage of the talent. In the event of their withdrawal, they shall not be admitted to the Finals and may be replaced by other contestants from among the so-called Reserves on the basis of the order of evaluation drawn up by the Jury using the judgments made by the Examiners.
Article 22 - Board, lodging and transport costs for the Final
Finalists will have board and lodging paid in a facility selected by the Organization for the day of the Final and transport costs will be borne by the competitor.
Article 23 - Running of the GT Talent Final
Competitors who have been granted access to the Final are obliged to respect the timing of their convocation by entering the circuit at the time indicated. The GT Talent Organizer shall inform the finalists of the practical details to carry out the tests, also for the purpose of their characterization at the time of their access to the circuit prior to the start of the competition. Skill, aptitude, driving ability and speed will be assessed through timed tests. It will be compulsory for finalist competitors to present themselves with the sports equipment received in advance. A helmet will be provided as a free rental by the organizer. The best classified competitor will have the opportunity to obtain an ACI Sport license and will participate in one or more races identified by the Organizer.
Article 24 - Obligatory requirements for the GT Talent winning competitor
The GT Talent winning competitor must undergo a medical examination to obtain a sports license, which is required for the winner to be able to compete. If a competitor does not qualify for a sports license, he/she will not be eligible for the prize and the second best competitor in the Final will be chosen, and so on for further cases of ineligibility. The cost of the sports license will be borne by the organizer.
Article 25 - Final Recognition of the Winner
The winner of GT Talent will be the competitor who finishes best in the final round and will be allowed to compete in the race. The Organizer will provide full race equipment free of charge to the GT Talent winner.
Article 26 - Skills Examiners
The Organizer acknowledges that he has set up a team of Examiners/Instructors after obtaining analytical reports on the specific skills acquired by each of them in the particular field of this Talent, entrusting them with the task of judging and evaluating the competitors who will take part in the Selections. The Organizer reserves the right to change the members of the aforementioned team during the course of GT Talent.
Article 27 - Semifinal and Final Jury
The Organizer has appointed prominent personalities from the world of motorsport as judges for the Semifinal and Final rounds. In cooperation with the examiners, the jury will determine the ranking of the competitors. Access to the Final will be gained on the basis of a judgement given by the selected Jury, which will consist of an overall evaluation of each competitor. It will be conducted on the basis of impartial and objective criteria and taking into account in particular the opinion communicated by the Examiners. The result of this global assessment may not be the subject of any challenge or appeal by the competitor admitted or not admitted to the Final. The names of the judges who will make up the GT Talent jury will be published on the official website gttalent.com. The rankings will be public and always visible on the official website gttalent.com.
Article 28 - Complaints and Appeals
By signing the present Rules and Regulations, participants undertake the obligation not to lodge, even indirectly, complaints and appeals with regard to the present Rules and Regulations, with regard to the GT Talent's running procedures, as well as with regard to the assessments made by the Examiners and the Juries. This abstention and/or renunciation to present complaints and appeals must be considered extended also to the times recorded as a result of timekeeping, as well as to the rankings drawn up by the Organizers, which may not therefore be the subject of any contestation and/or syndication by competitors/participants.
Article 29 - Official Register
The Organizer shall publish all notices through the official website gttalent.com, which shall be considered to all intents and purposes as the Official Register of this talent competition; notices concerning individual competitors registered in GT Talent shall be sent to the e-mail address communicated by the latter at the time of their registration.
Article 30 - Powers and faculties of the Organizer
- The Organisers have the right - without the participants being entitled to make any financial claim whatsoever against the Organizers and/or their assignees and/or third parties and without any space or time limitation, also with a view to future promotional events - to implement, on the occasion of the Selections, the Semi-finals and the Final, one or more activities aimed at promoting and/or publicizing GT Talent by way of example and without claiming to exhaust - through the following list - the scope of activities reserved for the Organizer: sponsorship of events of all kinds and nature, television and radio broadcasts and formats (Talent, Reality, etc.. ) television and radio broadcasts and formats, internet media, telepromotions, sponsorships, merchandising, advertising campaigns, as well as allowing - without any expectation of remuneration - the execution and relative diffusion of photographic, television and audio/video recordings on all types of media, even if physically carried out by employees and/or professionals with authorisation for this purpose issued by the Organizer.
- The Organizers have the right - without the participants being entitled to make any financial claim whatsoever against the Organizers and/or their assignees and/or third parties and without any space or time limitation, also with a view to future promotional events - to make recordings and/or filming and/or to have one or more stages of the performance of this talent competition filmed and broadcast by third parties on television, audiovisual, photographic and phonographic systems, via the internet. By signing a release form, each participant gives his/her authorisation to make such recordings and filming, as well as to exploit his/her image rights in connection with his/her participation in GT Talent and the related tests, also in the presence of an audience. The aforementioned authorisation on the part of each participant also includes any activities of a promotional and/or advertising nature.
- By signing these Rules and Regulations each entrant declares that he/she accepts and acknowledges that the Organizer is the sole and exclusive owner of all rights relating to the name, brand and image of GT Talent. Concerning the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Finals, as well as with regard to their use and exploitation. The Organizer may dispose of the rights reserved and due to it according to its own autonomous and unquestionable determinations.
- In particular, the following rights shall accrue to the Organizer (who may dispose of them without time and/or space limits)
a) the image rights for the use of photographic reproductions in any kind of printed media (newspapers, periodical magazines) and in books the rights of production, use and broadcasting on radio and television, cinema, "home video", through the Internet, "wireless" and related technologies, as well as through any other support, medium and broadcasting system, whether material or digital, present or future, using any terrestrial or spatial technical means of transmission and reception, present or future, of GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Final, any right of exploitation, for any purpose whatsoever, whether for communication, commercial or promotional purposes, of the name, brand and image of GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Final.
b) Participants grant and grant to the Organizer the right to use, even indirectly, and to allow third parties - including the sponsors/partners of GT Talent - the right to use, even outside national borders and without any obligation of prior disclosure and/or provision of any form of financial remuneration in favour of each participant:
- the names, trademarks, images in any form reproduced and the results achieved by the participants entered in GT Talent as reported in the respective rankings
- the images of the cars and of the competitors as part of their respective participation in GT Talent and in the respective Selections, Semi-finals and Final, are for the purpose of commercial and promotional communications, including the right to produce and have produced merchandising items and communication and/or promotional materials.
Article 31 - Responsibility
The participant assumes full responsibility in every respect for the truthfulness of the information provided in the registration form and in any further request made by Scuderia Gentile and the persons in charge of running the driving courses. The supervision carried out by the instructors during the activities does not in any way constitute the assumption of responsibility by the instructors themselves and Scuderia Gentile for any mistakes that the driver participating in the course may cause, with the direct and indirect damage to property and / or persons resulting therefrom. The participant therefore issues the broadest declaration of assumption of responsibility releasing the organizers, the instructors, Scuderia Gentile and the host racetrack from any and all civil, criminal and administrative liability for facts deriving from his behaviour and from his actions or omissions except as described in point 31.1.
31.1 - Damage to cars
The participant acknowledges and recognizes that the actual driver at the time of the event is liable for all damage to vehicles. Damage to cars is considered to be both damage caused by the vehicle going off the track and damage resulting from collisions between vehicles. As far as damage to the vehicle is concerned, the organizer is therefore exonerated from any kind of damage as the actual user is solely responsible, with the exception of the following.
Article 32 - Specific Rules
By signing these Regulations, participants declare:
- that they are in a physical and mental condition suitable for their participation in this talent competition and that they are appropriately prepared and qualified for the actual GT Talent and its Selections, Semifinals and Finals (as described in these Rules and Regulations), which they declare they have read and viewed, knowingly approving each and every provision set forth herein without reservations and/or exceptions, thereby undertaking to fully comply with its contents;
- that they have checked that the application allowing them to participate in this talent competition has been correctly completed by entering and communicating complete and reliable data and personal details;
- that he/she has received adequate and full information from the Organizer, that he/she is fully aware of and accepts in full (i) the potential dangers associated with the actual and specific way in which GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Final are conducted; (ii) GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Final may involve dangerous and risky situations that may result in personal injury or serious personal injury, including partial or total disability, paralysis and death ("Risks") ; (iii) the detrimental consequences of any category and qualification to one's own person, heirs and/or third parties, resulting from the "Risks" as described above, could take on even serious dimensions and/or connotations (iv) the cause of the "Risks" may be caused by actions, omissions or negligence attributable to the competitor/participant or by actions, omissions or negligence attributable to third parties or due to the conditions in which GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Finals will be held; (v) there may be other risks and/or prejudicial situations and/or damages that are not known or foreseeable at the time of the approval and signing of these Rules. Entrants therefore declare that they accept all risks, none excluded, assuming all responsibility for losses, costs and damages consequent to and/or in any way related to their participation in GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Final competition and/or any activity connected to the same, declaring to indemnify and hold harmless the Organizer, its officers, directors and employees, collaborators, sponsors and partners from any and all liability, claims, demands, loss or damage to his/her person, arising from any pecuniary or non-pecuniary loss and their consequences that may arise as a result of his/her participation in GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semi-finals, Final and final competition;
- the parties benefiting from the aforementioned indemnity and/or disclaimer of liability shall not be held liable for errors, omissions, negligence or for the performance - on their behalf by third parties - of specific activities in connection with GT Talent and the related Selections, Semi-finals, Finals and Final Competition;
- to undertake to indemnify, in all extrajudicial and judicial disputes, including for legal fees and expenses, holding harmless the recipients of the aforementioned undertaking/obligation to indemnify from any claim for any reason and/or reason whatsoever and from whoever proposed in relation to damages deriving from damaging events occurring during the course of GT Talent and the relevant Selections, Semifinals, Finals and final competition;
- to give its consent and authorisation that the Organizer, its sponsors and/or partners may (i) use and utilise, even indirectly, for information and/or training purposes and/or for archiving requirements and for the achievement of objectives and/or purposes related to its corporate purpose, images of participants during the course of competitions and in any format, even partial, as well as any oral or written information relating to or connected with their participation in GT Talent at any stage. This authorisation covers images of the competitor / participant obtained as a result of photographic, video and/or other audiovisual material and their uploading, publication and dissemination on and through all communication channels owned or managed by the Organizer, including the Internet / intranet and any social network; (ii) record, reproduce, disseminate, communicate, publish, adapt, reprocess, print and/or use the images and elements and/or details relating to his/her person for the aforementioned purposes and without temporal and/or spatial limitations, using any medium in digital or printed form, as well as any medium currently available or that will be devised or created after his/her participation in GT Talent.
- declare and accept that the authorisations - none excluded - given by signing these Rules and Regulations shall not give rise to (i.e. shall not give them any right to claim) any refunds and/or compensation from the Organizer for themselves or their heirs/successors, as these are powers granted to the Organizer on a non-profit basis;
- to undertake not to divulge information or engage in conduct that may in any way damage the image of the Organiser, its sponsors or partners, on penalty of exclusion from GT Talent and from the relevant Selections, Semi-finals and Finals, as well as the loss of any recognition obtained as a result of his/her participation in GT Talent;
- these Rules and Regulations, as well as any matter relating to the participation of the participant in GT Talent shall be governed by Italian law, taking into account that GT Talent shall take place - with regard to each of its stages - on the territory of Italy, Spain and France. For any dispute of a non-sporting nature arising between the entrant and the Organiser, the Court of Milan shall have exclusive jurisdiction, unless otherwise provided for by mandatory law. By ticking the box relating to Privacy, the competitor grants - pursuant to and for the purposes of GDPR 679/2016 - his/her consent to the processing of his/her personal data, directly or also through third parties in compliance with legal obligations and for the implementation of these Regulations, as well as for GT Talent's promotional purposes and/or aims.
The ticking of the boxes entitled, respectively, "Regulations" and "Release" by the competitor/participant is equivalent, for all legal purposes, to acceptance and approval of the relative contents.
Article 33 - Media, photos and videos
During the tests it will not be possible in any way or exception to take videos and photos with one's own device inside the cars. For safety reasons, only security cameras will be installed inside the cars for insurance and monitoring purposes.