Penalties & Discipline

Brother International Rally of Whangarei

Saturday, 31 March, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
John Tee & Ben Hawkins
62
Class CC
The Clerk of the Course finds that he received report that car #62 was 11 minutes late to the ceremonial pre-start area. This is in breach of the Supplementary Regualtions Part One 3.5.1
The Clerk of the Course rules that the competitors explantion was not satisfactory and a penalty of $20 per minute of lateness was applied. $220 fine in total
2
Scott Harrison & Mark Nielsen
66
Class CB
The Clerk of the Course finds that he has recieved a report that car #66 was seen refuelling outside of a designated service or refuel area. This is in breach of supplementary regulations part one section 12C
The Clerk of the Course rules that the competitors explantion was not satisfactory . As this was the competitors first offence during the rally, A3R.8 shall apply. Penalty of 5 minutes will be added to total event time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
FindingRuling
The Clerk of the Course finds that
The Clerk of the Course rules that

Trans Tasman Super Truck Meeting

Saturday, 24 March, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
James McLaughlin
51
NZ6 Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that having recieved a report from event scrutineer P.S O'brien - it is found that you have not been able to present your vehicle log book. This is in breach of App 2 Sch A - Art. 3.4 (6)
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A2 A.1 applies. Car #51 is to be audited and fined a sum of $50.
2
Terry McGee
85
Super Trucks
The Clerk of the Course finds that having received a report from judge of fact Truck Speed Daniel Cresswell your truck has recorded a speed of 164km/hr during qualifying session 4A. This is in breach a Sch TR - Art.4 item 4.1 in that you exceeded 160km/hr
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty A4TR.1 applies. All times achieved in Session 4A by truck 85 are cancelled. Truck 85 will start race 8 from the rear of the grid.
3
Shane Gray
2
Super Trucks
The Clerk of the Course finds that having received a report from judge of fact Truck Speed Daniel Cresswell your truck has recorded a speed of 161km/hr during qualifying session 4A. This is in breach a Sch TR - Art.4 item 4.1 in that you exceeded 160km/hr
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty A4TR.1 applies. All times achieved in Session 4A by truck 85 are cancelled. Truck 2 will start race 8 from the rear of the grid.
4
Beau Hewat
81
Super Trucks
The Clerk of the Course finds that Truck #81 Beau Hewat did leave the circuit most likely as a result of contact with another competitor. #81 rejoined safely but with an advantage. #81 did not see or respond to the Black Flag or Drive through penalty display board. There were sufficient laps to complete a drive through penalty. #81 does not run a speed limiter or carry a team radio. Despite several positive factors on the behalf of the driver, flag signals are the main form of communication with competing vehicles and failure to observe them must be considered serious.
The Clerk of the Course rules that A4Z.3 aaplies. #81 is fined a sum of $250 and be excluded from the results of Race 12. No additional penalties apply.
5
Terry McGee
85
Super Trucks
The Clerk of the Course finds that having received a report form Judge of Fact Truck Speed Daniel Cresswell. Your truck was recorded at a speed of 163km/hr during race 12. This is a breach of Sch TR - Art.4 item 4.1 in that you exceeded 160km.hr
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty A4TR.2 applies. As this is your first infringement in a race a time penalty of 10sec is applied to your race time for race 12.
6
Brent Jones
8
Super Trucks
The Clerk of the Course finds that having received a report form Judge of Fact Truck Speed Daniel Cresswell. Your truck was recorded at a speed of 161km/hr during race 17. This is a breach of Sch TR - Art.4 item 4.1 in that you exceeded 160km.hr
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty A4TR.2 applies. As this is your first infringement in a race a time penalty of 10sec is applied to your race time for race 17.
7
Roger Young
105
Rennsport
The Clerk of the Course finds that having received a report from judge of fact starts Nick Simpson it is found you have jumped the start of the race (19) as per App. 4 SCH Z 8.2. This is in breach of App 4 Sch Z Art 7.9
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. Car 105 has a 5 sec time penalty applied.
8
Troy Wheeler
111
Super Trucks
The Clerk of the Course finds that having received a report form Judge of Fact Truck Speed Daniel Cresswell. Your truck was recorded at a speed of 161km/hr during race 17. This is a breach of Sch TR - Art.4 item 4.1 in that you exceeded 160km.hr
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty A4TR.2 applies. As this is your first infringement in a race a time penalty of 10sec is applied to your race time for race 17.
9
Terry McGee
85
Super Trucks
The Clerk of the Course finds that having received a report form Judge of Fact Truck Speed Daniel Cresswell. Your truck was recorded at a speed of 163km/hr during race 17. This is a breach of Sch TR - Art.4 item 4.1 in that you exceeded 160km.hr. This is the second infringement in a race at this event
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4TR.2 applies and truck 85 be excluded from race 17
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Dunlop Grand Final

Saturday, 10 March, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
ED3
Simon Ellingham
22
Production GT
The Event Director finds that the competitor caused a red flag during session Q5. This was due to the competitors car leaving the track at Turn 5 and coming to a stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session and move the car. Sch CH 19.5 applies
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies. Competitor move 3 places back on the grid for start of race 4.
ED4
Simon Evans
11
BNT NZV8s
The Event Director finds that the competitor caused a red flag during session Q7A. This was due to the competitors car leaving the track at Turn 5 and coming to a stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session and move the car. Sch CH 19.5 applies
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies. Competitor move 3 places back on the grid for start of race 8.
ED5
Tony Houston
58
Castrol BMW Race Driver
The Event Director finds that the competitor made contact with car #47 Philip Smurthwaite during Race 1. This caused #47 to leave the track and competitor gained track position. This was called by Race Control. This contrary to Sch 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 applies. A pit lane drive through penalty was complied with. 3 demerit points.
ED6
Michael Delmont
111
Castrol BMW Race Driver
The Event Director finds that the competitor made contact with car #55 Geoff Guenole at Turn 1 during Race 9. This caused competitor to gain track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This contrary to Sch 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 applies. A pit lane drive through penalty. 3 demerit points. As it was not possible for the drve through to be taken, 50 secs was added to race time in race 9.
ED7
Boyd Norwood
88
UDC V8 UTEs
The Event Director finds that the competitor made contact with car #22 Geoff Spencer during Race 17. This caused competitor to gain track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This contrary to Sch 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 applies. A pit lane drive through penalty. 3 demerit points. As it was not possible for the drve through to be taken, 50 secs was added to race time in race 17. It is noted the competitor did not finish the race.
ED8
Jeffrey Kernohan
21
UDC V8 UTEs
The Event Director finds that the competitor made contact with car #99 Brett Rudd during Race 17. This caused competitor to gain track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This contrary to Sch 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 applies. A pit lane drive through penalty was complied with. 3 demerit points.
INV1
Shaun Lawrence
14
Suzuki Swift Sport Cup
The Assistant Event Director finds that having viewed film evidence and discussions with competitor Shaun Lawrence car #14 it is established that #14 made contact with car #41 Jamie Gaskin during Race 6. #14 gained track position because of this. This was confirmed by the Investigations Team. This is contrary to Sch CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct
The Assistant Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. 50 secs added to race time, 3 licence demerit points. If this penalty does not correct #14 placing in relation to #41 the competitor is to be placed immediately behind #41 in the results. If competitors class has a reverse grid later in the meeting the Sch CH 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.
INV2
Aaron Harris
26
Castrol BMW Race Driver
The Assistant Event Director finds that as notifed during race 9 an investigation between Mr Harris and car #325 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - CH 26.1 in that he made contact with #325 during race 9 and gained track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed Pit Lane Drive Through - It was noted that it was note practicable for this to be completed and 50 secs was added to race time. 3 Licence Demerit Points. If the penalty did not correct the competitors placing in relation to #325 he is to placed immediately behind him in the results. If competitors class has a reverse grid later int he meeting the Sch CH 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply
INV3
Geoff Spencer
22
UDC V8 UTEs
The Assistant Event Director finds that as notifed during race 10 an investigation between Mr Spencer and car #88 was to be undertaken. It was noted that competitors camera was not working and contained no coverage. Having viewed film evidence from car #88 and television footage, it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - CH 26.1 in that he made contact with #88 during race 10 and gained track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed Pit Lane Drive Through - It was noted that it was note practicable for this to be completed and 50 secs was added to race time. 3 Licence Demerit Points. If the penalty did not correct the competitors placing in relation to #88 he is to placed immediately behind him in the results. If competitors class has a reverse grid later int he meeting the Sch CH 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply. The competitor now has 6 demerit points and will be placed 6 places back on the grid for race 17 - SCH CH 40.6 applies.
INV4
Angus Fogg
2
NZV8
The Assistant Event Director finds that as notifed during race 14 an investigation between Mr Fogg and car #12 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from car #2 and #12 and television footage, it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - CH 26.1 in that he made contact with #12 during race 14 causing #12 to be disadvantaged and lost track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed Pit Lane Drive Through - It was noted that it was note practicable for this to be completed and 50 secs was added to race time. 3 Licence Demerit Points.
INV5
Bronson Porter
40
NZV8
The Assistant Event Director finds that as notifed during race 14 an investigation between Mr Porter and car #16 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from car #40 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - CH 26.1 in that he made contact with #16 during race 14 causing #12 to leave the track and #40 gain track position.
The Assistant Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed Pit Lane Drive Through - It was noted that it was note practicable for this to be completed and 50 secs was added to race time. 3 Licence Demerit Points. If the penalty does not correct the competitors placing in relation to #16 the competitor is to be placed immediately behind him in the results.
The Clerk of the Course finds that
The Clerk of the Course rules that
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling
ED1
  • Fine
  • Licence Endorsement
Wed 11 Apr '12
Bradley Lauder
15
Sazuki Swift Sporting Cup
The Event Director finds that At the conclusion of session T5 on Friday 9th March the brake pads in competitors vehicle were not the 'control' item. This was identifed due to a different colour of the pads. Competitor confirmed this was the case and it arose from an oversight to change, following some private testing. The control pads were fitted for the rest of the day. Use of non-control pads is not permitted at any time - Sch. SSSC Art. 16.3. Brake pads must be considered as a performance part.
The Event Director rules that Penalty CH 40.8 applies. $300 fine (Sch CH 40.3 applies). Endorsement of competition licence until 11th April 2012. It was not practicable to exclude competitor from session T5 as it does not count towards the competition.
ED2
  • Fine
  • Licence Endorsement
Wed 11 Apr '12
A.J. Lauder
87
Sazuki Swift Sporting Cup
The Event Director finds that At the conclusion of session T5 on Friday 9th March the brake pads in competitors vehicle were not the 'control' item. This was identifed due to a different colour of the pads. Competitor confirmed this was the case and it arose from an oversight to change, following some private testing. The control pads were fitted for the rest of the day. Use of non-control pads is not permitted at any time - Sch. SSSC Art. 16.3. Brake pads must be considered as a performance part.
The Event Director rules that Penalty CH 40.8 applies. $300 fine (Sch CH 40.3 applies). Endorsement of competition licence until 11th April 2012. It was not practicable to exclude competitor from session T5 as it does not count towards the competition.

IRC Round 6

Saturday, 25 February, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Sam Elliot
59
SS 2000
The Clerk of the Course finds that Competitor passed his gridline before the signal to start had been given.
The Clerk of the Course rules that this breaks rule 8.2 of App. 4 Sch 2. false starts. 5 secs to be added to race time.
2
Wayne Tinker
19
Bridgestone Porsche
The Clerk of the Course finds that Competitor passed his gridline before the signal to start had been given.
The Clerk of the Course rules that this contravenes rule 8.2 of App 4 Sch 2. - False starts. 5 secs to be added to race time.
3
Cory Holmes
8
Formula First
The Clerk of the Course finds that Competitor passed his gridline before the signal to start had been given.
The Clerk of the Course rules that this contravenes rule 8.2 of App 4 Sch 2. - False starts. 5 secs to be added to race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Supertourer V8 Round 1

Saturday, 18 February, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
David O'leary
346
Central Mussle Cars
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor was judged to have made a false start at race. SCH Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by Judge of Fact Paul Mallard, a time penalty board was displayed
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty A4Z.6 Applies. 15 seconds added to race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Classic Speedfest - National Race Meeting

Saturday, 18 February, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Jay Esterer
23
2012 Speedfest
The Clerk of the Course finds that the vehicle logbook was not produced at documentation. This is in breach of rule App 2. Sch A 3.4(6)
The Clerk of the Course rules that App. 1 Sch P - A.2/A.1 applies that the competitor be fined the mandatory penalty of $50.00
2
Graham Dickie
191
Classic Saloons R1
The Clerk of the Course finds that car 191 jumped the start in race No.1 against App. 4 Sch. Z 8.2
The Clerk of the Course rules that App.1 Sch. P A4Z.6 applies and 10 secs has been added to race time.
3
Jay Esterer
23
Clubmans Group B
The Clerk of the Course finds that CAR 23 jumped the start of race number 9 against App.4 Sch. Z 8.2
The Clerk of the Course rules that App.1 Sch P A4Z.6 applies and 10 secs has been added to race time.
4
Allan Farr
36
Classic Saloons Race 20
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor passed car 188 under yellow at turn 2. This is contrary to App.4 Sch. Z 11.1(3A)
The Clerk of the Course rules that App. 1 Sch. P A4Z.2 applies. A drive through penalty board was displayed during race 20 & was complied with on lap 5.
5
Jack Ondrack
15
Classic Saloons R29
The Clerk of the Course finds that car 15 jumped the start in race No. 29 against App. 4 Sch Z 8.2
The Clerk of the Course rules that App. 1 Sch P A4Z.6 aaplies and 10 secs has been added to race time.
6
Peter Scobie
22
Classic Saloons R29
The Clerk of the Course finds that car 22 jumped the start of race No. 29 against App. 4 Sch Z 8.2.
The Clerk of the Course rules that App. 1 Sch P A4Z.6 applies and 10 secs has been added to race time.
7
Michael Clark
32
Racing Cars R36
The Clerk of the Course finds that car 32 jumped the start of race No. 36 against App. 4 Sch Z 8.2.
The Clerk of the Course rules that that App. 1 Sch P A4Z.6 applies and 10 secs has been added to race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
FindingRuling
The Clerk of the Course finds that
The Clerk of the Course rules that

ENZED Classic & Historic Motor Race Meeting

Saturday, 11 February, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Michael Eden
129
Large Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor 129 drove in an unsafe manner through turns 2 & 3 making contact with car 36 causing it to spin out.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a drive through penalty be served and completed.
2
Kirk Ransley
11
Small Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver of car 11 was deemed to jump start.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 sec time penalty be issued.
3
Noel Woodford
73
Formula Junior
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver of car 73 jumped the start
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 sec time penalty be served.
4
Allan Farr
36
Small Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver of car 36 jumped the start
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 sec time penalty be served
5
Gary Cooper
471
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver of car 471 jumped the start
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 sec time penalty be added to race time
6
Snow Chisholm
41
Formula Libre
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver of car 41 jumped the start
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 sec time penalty be added to race time.
7
Graeme Hamilton
13
Formula Junior
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver of car 13 jumped the start
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 sec time penalty be added to race time.
8
Russ Haines
56
Formula Junior
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor passed a slowing (due to mechanical issues) car 474 (which was at the racing line) under single yellow flags in the vicinity of flag Point 4 in race 33 contrary to Sch. Z 11.1 3C
The Clerk of the Course rules that a drive through penalty be given. As it could not be served, 50 secs added to race time as per Sch P 2.1(4)
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Fujitsu 200 (inc Lexus NZ Grand Prix) Manfeild

Friday, 10 February, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
INV1
Mike Lightfoot
96
UDC V8 Utes
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 3 an investigation between competitor and car (Ute) #27 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #27 and #96 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.1 in that the competitor made contact with #27 during race 3 and caused an avoidable accident.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points. If competitors class has a reverse grid later in meeting then Sch CH 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.
INV2
Hayden Mackenzie
20
BNT V8's
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 6 an investigation between competitor and car #007 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #4, 7 and 20 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.1 in that the competitor made contact with #007 during race 6, this caused him to leave the track and competitor gained track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points.If the penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #007 the competitor is to be placed immediately behind him in the results. If competitors class has a reverse grid later in meeting then Sch CH 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.
INV3
Jamie Gaskin
41
Suzuki Swift Sport Cup
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 4 an investigation between competitor and car #17 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #17 and 41 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.1 in that the competitor made contact with #17 during race 4, this caused him to leave the track and competitor gained track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points.
INV4
Jamie Gaskin
41
Suzuki Swift Sport Cup
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 4 an investigation between competitor and car #36 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #36 and 41 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.1 in that the competitor made contact with #36 causing an avoidable accident during race 4, this is competitor #41's second incident in which his driving has caused a disadvantage to another competitor and the second penalty in the race.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points. Additionally Sch. CH 40.4 (A) is also imposed. Car 41 Jamie Gaskin is excluded from the Suzuki Swift Sport Cup Race, race 11 of the Fujitsu 200 Meeting
INV5
Hamish Cross
36
Suzuki Swift Sport Cup
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 4 an investigation between competitor and car #41 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #36 and 41 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.1 in that the competitor made contact with #41 during race 4 causing him to leave the track and competitor #36 gaining track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points.If the penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #41 the competitor is to be placed immediately behind him in the results. If competitors class has a reverse grid later in meeting then Sch CH 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.
INV6
Geoffrey Spencer
22
UDC V8 Utes
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 10 an investigation between competitor and car (Ute) #90 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #22, 90 and 96 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.1 in that the competitor made contact with #90 during race 10 causing him to leave the track and competitor #22 gaining track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points.If the penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #90 the competitor is to be placed immediately behind him in the results.
INV7
Robert Gibson
34
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 11 an investigation between competitor and car #12 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence from cars #12 and 34 it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.1 in that the competitor made contact with #12 during race 11 causing him to leave the track and competitor #34 gaining track position because of this.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points.If the penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #12 the competitor is to be placed immediately behind him in the results. If competitors class has a reverse grid later in meeting then Sch CH 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.
INV8
Chris Cox
12
Suzuki Swift Sport Cup
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that as notified during race 11 an investigation involving competitor #12 was to be undertaken. Having viewed film evidence it is determined that the competitor transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH26.3.2 in that the competitor left the circuit and gained track position because of this. Main straight, lap 4.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.23 is imposed. Pit lane drive through is not practical for completion and 50 secs is to be added to competitors race time. 3 licence demerit points
ED1
Michael Scott
4
Formula Ford
The Event Director finds that competitor caused a red flag during session Q3. This was due to your car leaving the track at turn 7 and coming to stopin a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session until competitors car was moved. Sch. CH 19.5 applies.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies and competitor move back 3 places on the grid for start of race 1.
ED2
Jordan King
42
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that the competitor caused a red flag during session Q6B. This was due to competitors car leaving the track at turn 7 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session until competitors car was moved. Sch. CH 19.5 applies. Session Q6B applies to race 7.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies and competitor move back 3 places on the grid for start of race 7.
ED3
Tanart Sathienthirakui
43
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that the competitor caused a red flag during session Q6C. This was due to competitors car leaving the track at turn 3 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session until competitors car was moved. Sch. CH 19.5 applies. Session Q6C applies to race 20.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies and competitor move back 3 places on the grid for start of race 20.
ED4
Ross Thurston
72
Sports & Production GT
The Event Director finds that the competitor was judged to have made a false start at race 2. Sch. CH 20.6 applies. This was judged by judge of fact (Starts) Chris Adams, Bob Cullinane, Terry Carkeek, Craig Finlayson & Howard Atwill. A TIME PENALTY board was displayed during Race 2
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40. 19.2 applies. 5 secs added to race time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED5
Dmitry Suranovich
20
Toyota Sporting Series
The Event Director finds that the competitor was judged to have made a false start at race 13. Sch. 20.6 applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts) Terry Carkeek & Craig Finlayson. A TIME PENALTY Board was displayed during race 13.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.19.2 applies. 5 secs added to competitors race time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED6
Jason Bargwanna
12
BNT NZV8's
The Event Directoe finds that the competitor made contact with #63 Steve Taylor during race 15. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position. This was confirmed by the investigation team. This is contrary to Sch. CH 26.1 Code of Conduct, forcing driver off track.
The Event Director rules thatPenalty CH40.16 applies. A pit lane drive through penalty was complied with. 3 licence points. Competitor now has 6 licence demerit points and are to be placed 6 grid places back for race 21 - Sch. CH 40.6 applies.
ED7
Harry Dodson
998
Sports & Production GT
The Event Director finds that the competitor was judged to have made a false start at race 16, Sch. CH20.6 applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts) Craig Finlayson. A time penalty board was displayed during race 16
The Event Director rules that penalty CH40. 19.2 applies. 5 secs added to competitor race time, 1 licence demerit point
INV9
Nathanael Berthon
52
Toyota Racing Series
The Assistant Event Director - Investigations finds that the competitor was judged to have made a false start at race 13. Sch CH 20.6 applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts) Howard Atwill. This was confirmed in a post race review of on board footage of race 13
The Assistant Event Director rules that penalty CH 40. 19.2 applies. 5 secs added to your race time. 1 licence demerit point
Endorsements & Suspensions
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Skope Classic

Saturday, 4 February, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Juliette Ransley
82
Ron Sylvester Salloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that Car 82 overtook other cars at turn 11 while under yellow flag in breach of App 4, Sch 2 11.1 (3)
The Clerk of the Course rules that drive through penalty be taken.
Endorsements & Suspensions
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NZ Motor Cup

Saturday, 4 February, 2012
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
ED1
Felix Serralles
6
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that the competitor caused a red flag during serssion Q7. This was due to competitor car leaving the track at turn 1 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session and move car. Sch CH 19.5 applies.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.15 applies. Competitor to move back 3 places on the grid for start of race 7.
ED3
Damon Leitch
87
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that having viewed film evidence from Car #5 Bruno Bonifacioit is determined that you transgressed the Code of Driving Conduct - Sch CH 26.1 in that competitor made contact with a number of cars during race 17 and gained track position because of this.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. 50 secs added to race time. 3 licence demerit points.
1-Sat
Tim Forster
8
PRO 7
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor was judged to have made a false start at race. SCH Z 8.2 Applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts) Paul Mallard. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 5 secs added to competitor race time.
2-Sat
Matt Carkeek
23
PRO 7
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor was judged to have made a false start at race. SCH Z 8.2 Applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts) Paul Mallard. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 5 secs added to competitor race time.
1-Sun
Daniell Smith
10
HQ
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor was judged to have made a false start at race. SCH Z 8.2 Applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts) Paul Mallard. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 5 secs added to competitor race time.
2-Sun
Terry Loving
45
PRO 7
The Clerk of the Course finds that under Sch.A Art. 3.9.1 'Aproved Fuel', the competitor broke the rule.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Sch. P A2A.2 applies. Excluded from race 9 and fined $400
3-Sun
Simon Mans
63
Super Mini
The Clerk of the Course finds that 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.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 5 secs added to competitor race time.
4-Sun
Steve Benvenbroek
2
NZ Six & HQ
The Clerk of the Course finds that competitor was judged to have made a false start at race. SCH Z 8.2 Applies. This was judged by judge of fact (starts) Paul Mallard. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 5 secs added to competitor race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling
ED2
  • Exclusion
  • Fine
  • Licence Endorsement
Sun 04 Mar '12
Andre Heimgartner
1
Formula Ford
he Event Director finds that at the conclusion your vehicle was found to be less than the permitted level to the ground. This was measured on the designated flat area. The measurement falied on the right hand side. The measurement contravenes Sch.F Article 9.8.. Ride height must be considered a performance effecting factor.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.8 applies. $300 fine (Sch CH 40.3 applies). Exclusion from session Q5. Endorsement of competition licence until 4th March 2012

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