Admin commands can be typed in to the in-game chat (or sent from the Admin Panel on the Live Timings page) to trigger certain events. In order to access most of the admin commands you must either use the "Admin Password" that you configured on the Server Options page to connect to the server, or use the following command once joined with the same password:
Once you have done that you will have full access to all of the admin commands.
Whenever a command is related to a certain driver you can always use either car ID, GUID or name to target that driver, for example if a driver had the name "Billy", was connected to car ID 4 and had the GUID "99999999999999999" I could kick them using any of the following commands:
The only exception to this is the
/admin- Gives the user access to admin commands (e.g.
/spectator- Gives the user access to spectator commands (e.g.
/help- Displays a list of currently available commands, you can also optionally add the name of a command for information about that command, for example
/direct- Sends a direct message to another driver using car ID, GUID or name! Message must be wrapped in quotes (e.g. /pm Billy "How are you doing today?")
/kick- Kick a driver from the server using car ID, GUID or name! (e.g.
/force_kick- Forcibly close the server connection to a driver using car ID, GUID or name! (e.g.
/ban- Kick a driver from the server and add them to the block list using car ID, GUID or name! (e.g.
/unban- Remove a driver the block list using GUID (e.g.
/ksns- Move to the next configured session, or back to the first session if loop mode is on
/ksrs- Restart the current session
/client_list- See a list of clients in the current entry list
/ballast- Apply ballast (maximum 5000kg) to a driver from the server using car ID, GUID or name! (e.g.
/ballast Kevin 40)
/restrictor- Apply an air intake restrictor (maximum 400%) to a driver from the server using car ID, GUID or name! (e.g.
/restrictor Brad 40)
/next_weather- Move to the next configured weather in the session, if multiple weathers are defined
/spectate- Spectate a given driver by their car ID (e.g.
/spectate 10), only useful in Solo Qualifying sessions (Visibility Mode set to Solo)
/spectate_class- Spectate a given class by their class name (e.g.
/spectate_class lmp2), only useful in Class Qualifying sessions (Visibility Mode set to Class)