Penalties & Discipline

Rally Sprint

Sunday, 6 May, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberFindingRuling
1
Christopher Alexander
22
The Event Director finds you were late to documentation (8.20am, Sunday 6th May). Youwe re contacted by COTC at 7.50am and several times after, to find out your where abouts. While you stated you had tow vehicle issues, no contact was made with COTC to notify. Drivers briefing was subsequently delayed as was the recce run. 1st run was 9.30am start - 30mins behind schedule.
The Event Director rules that Chris Alexander be fined $50 under NSC4( c ). Note: as per supplementary regs, penalty for not turning up to Documentation on time was exclusion, however in the interests of fair play the above fine has been imposed.
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Drift Meeting

Saturday, 5 May, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberFindingRuling
1
  • Fine
Sun 05 Aug '12
Mitchell Gibbs
111
The Clerk of the Course finds that Competitor breached section 36(f) of the national sporting code by failing to adhere to scrutineers instructions as listed in his logbook.
The Clerk of the Course rules that NSC.3(A) applies. Competitor fined $100. Comp licence endorsed for 3 months.

April Classic Meeting

Saturday, 28 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Rob Boult
36
Bigger Saloons & GT's
The Clerk of the Course finds you left your logbook at home
The Clerk of the Course rules that fine of $50 be paid as per rule A2A.1
2
Brian Dixon
2
Single Seaters
The Clerk of the Course finds that you left your logbook at home
The Clerk of the Course rules that fine of $50 be paid as per rule A2A.1
3
Rob Boult
368
Bigger Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were unable to present your licence at documentation.
The Clerk of the Course rules penalty of $173 applies.
4
Brian Dixon
2
Single Seaters
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were unable to present your licence at documentation.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty of $69 applies.
5
Bruce Tinnelly
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were unable to present your licence at documentation.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty of $69 applies.
Endorsements & Suspensions
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The Clerk of the Course finds that
The Clerk of the Course rules that

V8 Super Tourers New Zealand

Saturday, 28 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Matthew Lockwood
3
V8 Challenge Cup Race 1
The Clerk of the Course finds that you made contact with car 70 causing to spin. This is in breach of App.4 Sch Z 12.1 Code of Driving Conduct
The Clerk of the Course rules that a drive through penalty is imposed (complied with) as per penalty A4Z.4.
2
Rod Gimblett
129
Allcommers
The Clerk of the Course finds that you jumped the start of the race no 2. App 4 Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts). App 4 Sch Z 10.12(1) applies. A time penalty board was displayed during the race.
The Clerk of the Course rules that oenalty App 1 Sch P A4Z.6 applies. 5 secs added to race time.
3
Hayden Padersen
96
V8 Challenge Cup Race 2
The Clerk of the Course finds that you made contact with car #70 this is in breach of App.4 Sch Z 12.1 code of driving conduct.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a drive through penalty be given and as it could not be complied with 50 secs added to race time as per A4Z.4
4
Andrew Anderson
70
V8 Challenge Cup Race 3
The Clerk of the Course finds that you made contact with car 98 this is in breach of App 4 Sch Z 12.1 code of driving conduct.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a drive through penalty be given and was carried out with as per penalty A4Z.4
Endorsements & Suspensions
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The Clerk of the Course finds that
The Clerk of the Course rules that

Hamilton 400

Saturday, 21 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
ED1
Ross Golding
50
Muscle Cars
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during session Q3. This was due to your car stopping in a dangerous place at turn 5. It was necessary to stop the session and move your car. Sch CH 19.5 applies.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies. Move 3 places back on the grid for start of race 2.
ED2
Michael Bistow
82
NZV8s
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during session Q3. This was due to your car stopping in a dangerous place at turn 8. It was necessary to stop the session and move your car. Sch CH 19.5 applies.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies. Move 3 places back on the grid for start of race 5.
ED3
Brook Cooley
111
GT1 Sports Sedans
The Event Director finds that you passed under yellow flags at turn 7. This was called by Terry Carkeek, Clerk of the Course. This is contrary to Sch Z 11.1(3)
The Event Director rules that Penalty 40.13 applies. A drive through penalty was imposed. As it was not possible to complete drive through, 50 secs will be added to your race time in race 4.
ED4
Angus Fogg
1
NZV8s
The Event Director rules that you made contact with #11 during race 9. This caused you to gain track position. This was called by Driving Observers and confirmed by Investigations Team. This is contrary to Sch Z, Art 12 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies/ A pit lane drive through was complied with. As this penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #11 you will be placed immediately behind him in the race results.
ED5
Bruce Dehl
15
Muscle Cars
The Event Director rules that you made contact with #8 during race 12. This caused you to gain track position. This was called by Driving Observers and confirmed by Investigations Team. This is contrary to Sch Z, Art 12 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A pit lane drive through was complied with. As this penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #8 you will be placed immediately behind him in the race results.
INVCOC1
Jason Bargwanna
12
NZV8s
The Assistant Clerk of the Course-Investigations finds that as notified during Race 9 an investigation into your actions at the time of the Safety Car restart was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #12 and #70 it is determined that you have braked erratically. You were judged to have not complied with Safety Car restart requirements at Race 9. Sch Z 14.3(4) applies. This was judged by Judge of facts (starts) Howard Atwill.
The Assistant Clerk of the Course-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.20 is imposed. 10 secs added to race time race #9
INVCOC2
Dave Stewart
15
V8 Utes
The Assistant Clerk of the Course-Investigations finds that as notified during race 11 an investigation into the start was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from Utes #12 and #15 it is determined that you have transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch Z 12 in that you made contact with #3 (aka #96) during the start of race 11 causing him to make contact with Ute #1. This caused #1 to leave the track and you gained track position because of this.
The Assistant Clerk of the Course-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through. It is noted that it is not practicable for this to be completed and 50 secs is to be added to your race time. If the penalty does does not correct your placing in relation to #1 you are to be placed immediately behind him in the results.
INVCOC3
James Urquhart
10
V8 Utes
The Assistant Clerk of the Course-Investigations finds that as notified during race 11 an investigation between you and #21 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from #10 it is determined that you have transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct – Sch Z 12 in that you made contact with #21 during race 11. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position because of this.
The Assistant Clerk of the Course-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed: Pit lane Drive through. It is noted that it is not practicable for this to be completed and 50 secs is to be added to your race time. If the penalty does not correct your placing in relation to #21 you are to be placed immediately behind him in the race results
Endorsements & Suspensions
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2011/12 Premier Race Championship Series

Tuesday, 10 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
ED 9
AJ Lauder
87
Suzuki Swift Sport Cup
The Clerk of the Course finds that At the conclusion of Race 18 on 11 March your vehicle was taken for Technical inspection. As a result of this the head was impounded for further inspection.  The head is adjudged to have a height that is less than the standard part.  This measurement was provided by Aaron Thornton, Championship Scrutineer, who is a Technical Judge (Article 3.1.3 (d)). The measurement has also been independently checked and confirmed by John Entwisle, Hamilton Cylinder Head and Engine Reconditioners - a statement was tabled.  This head is therefore contrary to the requirements of Schedule SSSC Article 10.5  There was considerable discussion and presentation of figures that showed that there was no gain in compression radio.  This conjecture was accepted by Arron. On this basis the breach of Article 10.5 is not judged as being performance effecting.  It is noted that this is your second technical offence during this championship season.  It is accepted that you do not do any engine preparation work yourself.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty CH 40.9 applies o $500 fine, (Schedule CH 40.3 applies)
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Taupo IRC

Sunday, 8 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Lex Linklater
4
Super Mini
The Clerk of the Course finds that the competitor did breach App 4. Sch Z 8.2 (jumped start) in race number 1.
The Clerk of the Course rules that App 1 Sch P A4Z.6 applies and 10 seconds be added to competitor race time.
2
Conal Dempsey
25
Porsche
The Clerk of the Course finds that the incident involving cars 25 and 35 in race 4 at turn 8, that car 25 failed to avoid an accident and gained advantage from it.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.11 applies and that Conal be fined $250 and 10 secs be added to his race time.
3
Martin Hicks
70
Pro7
The Clerk of the Course finds that the incident involving cars 70 and 69 in race 5 at turn 1, that car 70 failed to avoid an accident and gained advantage from it.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.11 applies and that Martin be fined $250 and be excluded from the results of race 5
4
Greg Holden
360
Muscle Cars
The Clerk of the Course finds that the incident involving cars 360 and 5 in race 11 at turn 10, that car 360 failed to avoid an accident and gained advantage from it.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.11 applies and that Greg be fined $100 and be excluded from the results of race 11
5
John Colebourne
70
Muscle Cars
The Clerk of the Course finds that the competitor did breach App 4 Sch Z 8.2 (jumped start) in race 22.
The Clerk of the Course rules that App 1 Sch P A4Z.6 applies and that 10 secs be added to the competitors race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Drifting Championship Series

Saturday, 7 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberFindingRuling
1
  • Endorsement
Tue 23 Oct '12
Jason Sellers
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver exited the vehicle on a live race track
The Clerk of the Course rules that the drivers licence be endorsed for a period of 6 months - NSC.4
2
  • Endorsement
Tue 23 Apr '13
Vincent Langhorn
1
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver exited the vehicle on a live race track
The Clerk of the Course rules that the drivers licence be endorsed for a period of 12 months - NSC.4

Clubman's Race Meeting

Sunday, 1 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberFindingRuling
1
Ross Henderson
78
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to make a false start. App 4 Sch Z. Art 8.2.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a time penalty of 5 seconds be added to your race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Monza Race Meeting

Sunday, 1 April, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Michael Clarke
32
Historic
The Clerk of the Course finds that the competitor was judged to have made a false start at race. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by Judge of fact (starts) A time penalty board was displayed during the race.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 5 secs added to race time.
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