References include but are not limited to:
LCSA 2020 Sailing Instructions:
Protests and Requests for Redress:
In addition to the requirements of Rule 61.1(a), boats shall inform the RC of their protest immediately after crossing the finish line or as soon as possible after retiring. This changes Rule 61.1(a).
Protests and Requests for Redress shall be submitted using the online protest form found at https://form.jotform.com/71423945654158 . Alternatively Protests or Requests for Redress may be delivered (in writing) to the RC at the Bay Point Marina, or a place verbally designated by the RC. Regardless of the method of submission (electronic or written) the Protest or Requests for Redress shall be submitted within 1 hour of the time the committee boat reaches the dock, on the day of the incident (protest time limit). For written inputs, it is the responsibility of the protester to remain in the area until the end of the time limit or until the written protest has been delivered. ...
Racing Rules of Sailing:
61.2 Protest Contents
A protest shall be in writing and identify
(a) the protestor and protestee;
(b) the incident;
(c) where and when the incident occurred;
(d) any rule the protestor believes was broken; and
(e) the name of the protestor’s representative.
However, if requirement (b) is met, requirement (a) may be met at
any time before the hearing, and requirements (d) and (e) may be met
before or during the hearing. Requirement (c) may also be met before
or during the hearing, provided the protestee is allowed reasonable
time to prepare for the hearing. ...