Penalties & Discipline

ENZED Classic & Historic Motor Race Meeting

Saturday, 12 February, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Paul Jones
111
Small Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start of race 1
The Clerk of the Course rules that 5 second time penalty be given.
2
Alan Farr
38
Small Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start of the race.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 second penalty be given.
3
Wayne Murdoch
348
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 second time penalty be given.
4
Bob Deivson
44
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start
The Clerk of the Course rules that 5 second time penalty be given.
5
Mike Baker
2
Sports & GTs
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start of the race.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 second time penalty be given.
6
Brian McCombe
8
Formula Libre
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start of the race.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 10 second time penalty be given
7
Bruce Aims
701
Small Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start of the race.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 5 second time penalty be given.
8
Bruce Brown
69
Small Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that the driver jumped the start of the race.
The Clerk of the Course rules that a 10 second penalty applies.
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling

CRC 200

Saturday, 12 February, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Bruce Dreadon
64
Muscle Cars
The Clerk of the Course finds that during Race 3 that you exceeded your nominated time of 1m.22. Your time during race 3 on lap 4 is 1.20941.
The Clerk of the Course rules that as per the muscle car regulations 10 seconds is added to your race time in race 3.
2
Paul Stubber
31
Muscle Cars
The Clerk of the Course finds that during Race 21 you made contact with car 25 at Turn 1 gaining an advantage. This is contrary to Appendix 4 Schedule Z 12.1.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty Appendix 1 Schedule P - AZ4.4 applies. Drive through penalty applies, as this was on the last lap you could not complete the drive through penalty, 50 seconds is added to your Race time in Race 21.
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling
ED4
  • Endorsement
  • Fine
Mon 14 Mar '11
Kevin Varney
11
Production Racing
The Clerk of the Course finds that at the conclusion of Race 2 your car was weighted at 1444kg. The car was weighed three times and recorded 1444, 1441 and 1444kg. Schedule PR, Article 8.3 provides the minimum weight for your class as 1450kg. Weight must be judged as “performance”.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty CH 40.18 applied. $300 fine (Schedule CH 40.3 applies), Exclusion from Race 2. Competition licence endorsed until 14 March 2011.

Skope Classic 2011

Saturday, 5 February, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Jay Esterer
1
F5000
The Clerk of the Course finds that you exceeded pit lane speed in qualifying sessions in breach of Circuit Regulations 10.1(2)
The Clerk of the Course rules that all qualifying times prior to infringement be deleted. A4Z.10
2
Brett Stevens
132
Harold Heasley Saloons
The Clerk of the Course finds that car #132 overtook #357 under double yellow flags displayed at flag point 5 in breach of Sch Z 11.1(3)
The Clerk of the Course rules that car 132 be issued a time penalty in lieu of drive through penalty. 50 secs added to race time. A4Z.2
3
Paul McCulla
15
Pat Hoare Single Seaters
The Clerk of the Course finds that you passed Car 71 under yellow flag on lap2. Breach of Sch Z 11.1(3)
The Clerk of the Course rules that Car 15 be issued with a drive through penalty. A4Z.2
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling

IRC Round 4

Saturday, 5 February, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Andrew Hudson
13
Pre 65
The Clerk of the Course finds that Andrew did breach NSC 36(g) failed to attend drivers briefing.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty NSC 5 to be applied. Fine $50.
2
Andy Duffin
71
SS2000
The Clerk of the Course finds that car 71 made a false start. This contravenes Schedule Z 8.2 False starts.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 be applied. Jumping the start 10 seconds is added to car 71’s race time.
3
David Geraghty
98
SS2000
The Clerk of the Course finds that you did pass after waved yellow flag at point 8. This contravenes Schedule Z 11.1(3a).
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.2 be applied. $200 fine and 0.1 seconds added to your race time.
5
Richard Arber
919
NZGT
The Clerk of the Course finds that car 919 did pass car 71 at turn 4. This contravenes Schedule Z 11.1(3a).
The Clerk of the Course rules that a drive through be applied. This has been complied with.
6
Geoff Clarkson
6
NZGT
The Clerk of the Course finds that you did pass car 155 at turn 1, lap 1. This contravenes Schedule Z 11.1(3a). Do not overtake.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.2 be applied. $200 fine and 10 seconds added to your race time.
7
Brent Dickson
30
NZGT
The Clerk of the Course finds that you did pass car 155 at turn 1, lap 1. This contravenes Schedule Z 11.1(3a).
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.2 be applied. $200 fine and 10 seconds added to your race time.
8
John Mines
23
Sports Suzuki
The Clerk of the Course finds that cars being lapped lifted off at chequered flag presenting large speed differential.
The Clerk of the Course rules that could not slow in time to avoid passing. No action.
9
Todd Sherley
16
Sports Suzuki
The Clerk of the Course finds that cars being lapped lifted off at chequered flag presenting large speed differential.
The Clerk of the Course rules that could not slow in time to avoid passing. No action.
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling
4
  • Endorsement
  • Fine
  • Time
Wed 27 Apr '11
Trevor Strong
65
SS2000
The Clerk of the Course finds that you did pass after waved yellow flag at point 1. This contravenes Schedule Z 11.1(3a).
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.2 be applied. $200 fine and 12 seconds added to your race time, and licence endorsed until 27th April 2011.

NZ Motor Cup

Saturday, 5 February, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Jordan Skinner
22
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during session Q3. This was due to your car leaving the track at turn 8 and coming to a stop in a dangerous place. 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 the start of race 4.
Endorsements & Suspensions
FindingRuling
The Clerk of the Course finds that
The Clerk of the Course rules that

Chris Amon Race Meeting Week 2

Saturday, 29 January, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Peter Giddings
31
Early Historics
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start in Race 16. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by judge of facts (Starts) Mark Rodgers. A time penalty board was displayed
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 secs added to race time.
2
Peter McLaughlin
5
Early Historics
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start at race 16. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by judge of facts (starts) Mark Rodgers. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 secs added to your race time.
3
George Shewerry
120
1960's Saloons & GTs
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start at race 14. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by judge of facts (starts) Mark Rodgers. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that
4
Adrian Reynard
24
Early Historics
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start at race 17. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by Judge of Facts ( starts) Mark Rodgers. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds added to race time.
5
Peter McLaughlin
5
Early Historics
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start at race 17. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by Judge of facts (starts) Mark Rodgers. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds added to race time.
6
Ken Smith
644
Formula Ford
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start at race 20. Sch Z 8.2 applies, This was judged by Judge of facts (starts) Mark Rodgers. A tim epenalty board was displayed
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds added to race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
FindingRuling
The Clerk of the Course finds that
The Clerk of the Course rules that

Chris Amon Race Meeting

Saturday, 22 January, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Michael Sexton
28
70 Saloons & GT
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start in Race 6. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by judge of facts (Starts). A time penalty board was displayed
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 secs added to race time.
2
Chris Watson
303
R10
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start at the start of race. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by judge of facts (starts) Paul Mallard. A time penalty board was displayed
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds added to race time.
3
Malcolm Oastler
24
R16
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start. Sch Z 8.2 applies. This was confirmed by Judge of Facts (starts) Paul mallard. A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds added to race time.
4
Haydn McKenzie
38
R10
The Clerk of the Course finds that you were judged to have made a false start. Sch. Z 8.2 applies. This was confirmed by Judge of Facts (Starts) A time penalty board was displayed.
The Clerk of the Course rules that penalty A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds added to race time.
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling

Juiced up 200

Saturday, 22 January, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
INV1
Daniel Liemburg
23
Suzuki Swift
The Assistant Events Director-Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and discussion with competitor Daniel Liemburg #23 it is established that you made contact with #22 at turn 1 during race 4. You gained track postion because of this. This is contrary to Schedule CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Assistant-Events Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. 50 seconds added to car #23 race time. 3 licence demerit points. If this penalty does not correct your position in relation to #22 you will be placed immediately behind him in the results. If your class has a reverse grid for their final race, Art. 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply. You now have 6 licence demerit points and are to be placed 6 places back on the grid for race 11. Schedule 40.6 applies.
INV2
Brad Lauder
15
Suzuki Swift
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and discussions with competitor Brad Lauder #15 it is established that you made contact with Sam Barry #71 during Race 4. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position because of this. Audio on the footage explains the cause of the contact but does not remove the negative effect it had on the competitor #71. This is contrary to Sch CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. 50 seconds is added to Brad Lauder Car #15's race time. 3 licence demerit points. If this penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #71 you are to be placed immediately behind him in the results. If your class has a reverse grid for their final race - Art. 40.1 or 40.9.1 will also apply. You now have 6 licence demerit points and are to be placed 6 grid places back for race 11 - Sch 40.6 applies.
INV3
Simon Beirne
4
V8 UTEs
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and discussion with competitor Simon Beirne #4 it is established that the incident after the display of the chequered flag in race 3 at turn 1 did not result in an advantage ti Ute #4. The available footage shows UTE #4 pass UTE #17 before the finish line. Both parties in-car cameras were unhelpful being either full or non operable.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that Ute #4 Simon Beirne gained no advantage over Ute #17 in this icident. No penalty imposed.
INV4
Matt Williams
29
Formula Ford
The Assistant- Event Director Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and a report from Judge of Facts (starts) Terry Carkeek it is established that the competitor over ran his grid box prior to race 8. Car #29 reversed back into his grid box. This is permitted. This positioned his wheels behind the front line of his grid box. Car #29 nose cone remained over the front line of the grid box when race started. This is contrary to CH 20.7 and 20.3
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.19.2 is imposed. 5 seconds added to race time.1 licence demerit point applied.
INV5
Craig Baird
1
NZV8s
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that after viewing evidence and discussion with Craig Barid #1 it is established that the incident in Race 9, lap 1, turn 3 involving cars #26, #1 and #23 no blame can be apportioned to any one driver. This is a racing incident.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that no further action be taken.
INV6
Rob Gibson
34
Suzuki Swift
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that having viwed film evidence and discussion with competitor #34 Rob Gibson it is established that you made contact with #5 Rex McCutcheon during Race 11. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position because of this. This was confirmed by the investigations team. This is contrary to Schedule CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Assistant Event Director-INvestigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. 50 seconds is added to Rob Gibson #34's race time. 3 licence demerit points. If this penalty does not correct your placing in relation to #5 you will be placed immediately behind him in the race results. If your class has a reverse grid in their final race Art. 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply. You now hav 9 demerit points and will be placed 6 places back on the grid for the start of race 18 - Sch 40.6 applies.
INV7
Martin Short
11
NZV8s
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and discussion with competitor Martin Short #11 it is established that you made contact with #400 Scott McLaughlin during race 14 in the area of turn 9. This caused him to leave the track and you 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-Investigations rules that penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. 50 seconds is added to #11 Martin Short's race time. 3 licence demerit points. If this penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #400 Scott McLaughlin you are to be placed immediately behind him in the results. If your class has a reverse grid for their final race. Art 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.
ED1
Nick Cassidy
7
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during session Q6. This was due to your car leaving the track at turn 2 and coming to a stop in a dangerous place. 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 6
ED2
Kotaro Sakurai
4
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during session Q6. This was due to your car leaving the track at turn 2 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. 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 6.
ED3
Rex McCutcheon
5
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds that you passed #15 A.J. Lauder at turn 9 by leaving the track (all wheels off the track) This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is contrary to Sch CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct
The Event Director rues that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A drive through penalty was complied with. 3 demerit points.
ED4
Kevin Varney
11
NZ Production Racing
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #1 Simon Sceats at turn 1 causing him to leave the track and you gained track position because of this. This was confirmed by Investigations Team This is contrary to Sch CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct
The Event Director rules that penalty 40.16 applies. A drive through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points.
ED5
Logan Childs
19
NZ Production Racing
The Event Director finds that you were judged to have made a false start at race 7. Sch CH 20.7 applies. This was judged by judge of facts (starts) Terry Carkeek. A time penalty board was displayed during the race.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.19.2 applies. 5 seconds added to race time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED6
Logan Childs
19
NZ Production Racing
The Event Director find that you made contact with #1 Simon Sceats between turns 5 and 6 and you gained track postion. This was confirmed by Investigations Team. This is contrary to Schedule CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 applies. A drive through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points.
ED7
Scott McKelvie
27
V8 UTEs
The Event Director fins that you were judged to have made a false start at race 10. Sch CH 20.7 applies. This was judged by judge of facts (starts) Terry Carkeek. A time penalty board was displayed during race 10.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.19.2 applies. 5 seconds added to your race time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED8
Mitch Cunningham
32
Porsche GT3 Cup
The Event Director finds that you were judged to have mad a false start at race 12. Sch CH 20.7 applies. This was judged by Judge of Facts (starts) Terry Carkeek. A time penalty board was displayed during the race.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.19.2 applies. 5 secs added to race time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED9
Daniel Gaunt
3
Porsche GT Cup
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #1 Craig Baird and #4 Shane McKillen during race 19. This caused them to leave the track and they did not finish the race. This was confirmed by Investigations team.This is contrary to Sch CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 applies. A drive through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points. As the penalty did not correct your placing in relation to either car you are to be placed as DNF. You now have 6 demerit points and are to be placed 6 places back on the grid for your next race. Sch CH 40.6 applies.
ED10
Andy Knight
5
NZV8s
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #26 Tim Edgell and turned him during race 21. This was confirmed by Investigations Team. This is contrary to Sch CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Director rules that penalty CH 40.16 applies. A drive through penlaty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points
Endorsements & Suspensions
FindingRuling
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The Clerk of the Course rules that
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The Clerk of the Course rules that

Tasman Revival Race Meeting

Sunday, 16 January, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
1
Mal Clark
6
Arrow wheels sports & gt
The Clerk of the Course finds that you jumped the start of Race 10. Appendix 4 Schedule Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by Judge of Fact (Starts). Appendix 4 Schedule Z 10.12(1) applies. A “Time Penalty Board” was shown in Race 10.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty Appendix One Schedule P - A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds is added to your Race time in Race 10.
2
Neville Findlay
48
BMW Open Series
The Clerk of the Course finds that you jumped the start of Race 14. Appendix 4 Schedule Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by Judge of Fact (Starts). Appendix 4 Schedule Z 10.12(1) applies. A “Time Penalty Board” was shown in Race 14.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty Appendix One Schedule P - A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds is added to your Race time in Race 14.
3
Ross Gardiner
9
BMW E30 group 1
The Clerk of the Course finds that during Race 16 the contact between your car and car 1 (Marty Irvine) was deemed to be a racing incident.
The Clerk of the Course rules that no further action be taken.
5
Neville Finaly
58
BMW E30 group 1
The Clerk of the Course finds that you jumped the start of Race 23. Appendix 4 Schedule Z 8.2 applies. This was judged by Judge of Fact (Starts). Appendix 4 Schedule Z 10.12(1) applies. A “Time Penalty Board” was shown in Race 23.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty Appendix One Schedule P - A4Z.6 applies. 10 seconds is added to your Race time in Race 23.
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling
4
  • Fine
Sun 20 Mar '11
Tony Houston
58
BMW E30 Group 1
The Clerk of the Course finds that during Race 16, it was ruled that you made contact with car 62 and car 79 on lap 1. This is contrary to Appendix 4 Schedule Z 12.1.
The Clerk of the Course rules that Penalty Appendix One Schedule P - A4Z.4 applies and that you be fined $100, you be excluded from the results of race 16 and that your competition licence be endorsed until 20/03/2011.

Zoagn 200

Saturday, 15 January, 2011
Penalties & Discipline Decisions
DecisionTypeCompetitorCompetition NumberClassFindingRuling
INV2
Brad Lauder
15
Suzuki Swift
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and discussing with competitor Brad Lauder Car #15 it is established that: you made contact with Car #10 also contacting Car #87. This caused them to leave the track and you gained track position because of this. This was confirmed by the Investigations Team. This is a breach of CH26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that Penalty CH 40.16 is imposed. 50 seconds is added to the race time of Brad Lauder Car #15. 3 licence demerit points are applied. If the penalty did not correct your placing in relation to Car’s #10 and 87 you are to be placed immediately behind them in the results. If your class has a reverse grid for their final race - Article 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.
INV3
Graham Beirne
3
V8 Utes
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and a report from Judge of Facts Starts Terry Carkeek it is established that: You passed Dave Stewart Ute #15 under Safety Car Restart Conditions during Race 2. You gained an advantage from this. The Start line flashing yellow lights were still flashing at the start line. This is contrary to Schedule CH 24.2 End of Safety Car Deployment.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that Penalty CH 40.20 is imposed. 10 seconds is added to race time. 1 licence demerit point is applied.
ED1
Jason Bargwanna
12
NZV8
The Event Director finds that it was reported by your team that Championship seals NZ048710 and NZ048709 had been removed from your engine between Ruapuna and this round. You advised that the engine had been sent away for a 'tune up'. During this exercise it became necessary to remove the heads. The engine builder had indicated that he would obtain the necessary approvals. However this did not happen. It was confirmed by Barry Carrington, Championship Scrutineer that no record of prior authorization for removal as required in Article CH 29.3 & 29.4 had been received. Given your explanation I accept that there was no intention to decieve and it was a lack of action on your engine builders behalf. Not withstanding that it is a fundamental and well established requirement that authorisation is required prior to breaking a technical seal. This responsibility is that of the competitor. This is particularly important in a technically restricted category like NZV8s. The seals were fitted on Friday 26 November 2010. This engine was used at round 2- Ruapuna.
The Event Director rules that Penalty CH 40.11.2 applie. $600.00 fine. Exclusion of all races and removal of points since the seal was applied, eg, Round 2-Ruapuna- Race 9,14 & 18.
ED2
Mike Lightfoot
96
V8 Utes
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during Session Q3. This was due to your car leaving the track at Turn 1 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session. Schedule 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.
ED3
Nick Cassidy
7
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during Session Q3. This was due to your car leaving the track at Turn 5 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session. Schedule 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 3.
ED4
Daniil Kvyat
29
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during Session Q3. This was due to your car leaving the track at Turn 5 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session. Schedule 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 3.
ED5
Mike Morton
8
Porsche GT3 Cup
The Event Director finds that you caused a red flag during Session Q6. This was due to your car leaving the track at Turn 7 and coming to stop in a dangerous place. It was necessary to stop the session. Schedule 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 4.
ED6
Sam Barry
71
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds at the conclusion of Session Q4 you failed to report to Parc Ferme to technical checking. You acknowledge that this instruction was given by Paul Burborough, Championship Co-ordinator, at a drivers briefing earlier in the day. The location of Parc Ferme is posted on the Official Notice Board and was further clarified at your drivers briefing. Failure to report to Parc Ferme when directed by Championship personnel is a breech of Article CH 22.1
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.10.2 applies. Fine $300 (Article CH 40.3 applies). Exclusion from Session Q4.
ED7
James Urquhart
45
V8 Utes
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #4 Simon Beirne during Race 2. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points.
ED8
Mark Gibson
35
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds at the conclusion of Session Q4 you failed to report to Parc Ferme to technical checking. You acknowledge that this instruction was given by Paul Burborough, Championship Co-ordinator, at a drivers briefing earlier in the day. The location of Parc Ferme is posted on the Official Notice Board and was further clarified at your drivers briefing. Failure to report to Parc Ferme when directed by Championship personnel is a breech of Article CH 22.1
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.10.2 applies. Fine $300 (Article CH 40.3 applies). Exclusion from Session Q4.
ED9
Brad LAuder
15
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds at the conclusion of Session Q4 you failed to report to Parc Ferme to technical checking. You acknowledge that this instruction was given by Paul Burborough, Championship Co-ordinator, at a drivers briefing earlier in the day. The location of Parc Ferme is posted on the Official Notice Board and was further clarified at your drivers briefing. Failure to report to Parc Ferme when directed by Championship personnel is a breech of Article CH 22.1
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.10.2 applies. Fine $300 (Article CH 40.3 applies). Exclusion from Session Q4.
ED10
Shaun Lawrence
14
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds at the conclusion of Session Q4 you failed to report to Parc Ferme to technical checking. You acknowledge that this instruction was given by Paul Burborough, Championship Co-ordinator, at a drivers briefing earlier in the day. The location of Parc Ferme is posted on the Official Notice Board and was further clarified at your drivers briefing. Failure to report to Parc Ferme when directed by Championship personnel is a breech of Article CH 22.1
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.10.2 applies. Fine $300 (Article CH 40.3 applies). Exclusion from Session Q4.
ED11
Ben Erickson
10
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds at the conclusion of Session Q4 you failed to report to Parc Ferme to technical checking. You acknowledge that this instruction was given by Paul Burborough, Championship Co-ordinator, at a drivers briefing earlier in the day. The location of Parc Ferme is posted on the Official Notice Board and was further clarified at your drivers briefing. Failure to report to Parc Ferme when directed by Championship personnel is a breech of Article CH 22.1
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.10.2 applies. Fine $300 (Article CH 40.3 applies). Exclusion from Session Q4.
ED12
Nick Cassidy
7
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that you were judged to have not complied with Safety Car restart requirements at Race 3 - did not remain in single file before Safety Car control line. Schedule CH 24.3 applies. This was judged by Judge of Facts (Starts), Ross Thurston and Terry Carkeek. A ‘Time Penalty’ board was displayed during Race 3.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.20 applies. 10 seconds added to Race 3 time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED13
Jordan Skinner
22
Toyota Racing Series
The Event Director finds that you were judged to have not complied with Safety Car restart requirements at Race 3 - did not remain in single file before Safety Car control line. Schedule CH 24.3 applies. This was judged by Judge of Facts (Starts), Ross Thurston and Terry Carkeek. A ‘Time Penalty’ board was displayed during Race 3.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.20 applies. 10 seconds added to Race 3 time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED14
Mark Gibson
35
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #12 Chris Cox during Race 5. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points. You have now received 6 licence demerit points and are to be placed 6 grid places back for Race 10 - Schedule 40.6 applies.
ED15
Rob Gibson
34
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #89 Mark Spring during Race 5. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points. You have now received 6 licence demerit points and are to be placed 6 grid places back for Race 10 - Schedule 40.6 applies.
ED16
Nick Ross
7
NZV8
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #69 Eddie Bell at turn 2 during Race 9. This caused him to leave the track and he did not finish the race. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points. As the penalty did not correct your placing in relation to #69 you are to be placed immediately behind him in the results. Eg as DNF Race 9. As your class has a reveres grid for their final race - Schedule 40.9.1 will also apply.
ED17
Tom Barker
4
Suzuki Swift
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #14 Shaun Lawrence during Race 10. This caused him to leave the track and he did not finish the race. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points. As #14 did not finish the race you are to be classified as DNF in Race 10. As your class has a reveres grid for their final race - Schedule 40.9.1 will also apply. You have now received 6 licence demerit points and are to be placed 6 grid places back for Race 17 - Schedule 40.6 applies.
ED18
Daniel Gaunt
3
Porsche GT3 Cup
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #32 Mitch Cunningham during Race 12. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was signalled on the last lap. 3 licence demerit points. As it was not possible for the drive through to be taken, 50 seconds will be added to your time in Race 12 (Schedule CH 40.7.3 applies).
ED19
Brendon Leitch
86
Formula Ford
The Event Director finds that you were judged to have made a ‘False Start’ at Race 15. Schedule CH 20.7 applies. This was judged by Judge of Facts (Starts), Terry Carkeek. A ‘Time Penalty’ board was displayed during Race 15.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.19.2 applies. 5 seconds added to your race time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED20
Richard Bagnall
69
Production Racing
The Event Director finds that you were judged to have made a ‘False Start’ at Race 16. Schedule CH 20.7 applies. This was judged by Judge of Facts (Starts), Terry Carkeek. A ‘Time Penalty’ board was displayed during Race 16.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.19.2 applies. 5 seconds added to your race time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED21
Shane McKillen
4
Porsche GT3 Cup
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #5 Scott Harrison during Race 19. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points.
ED22
John Hepburn
52
NZV8
The Event Director finds that you were judged to have not complied with rolling start requirements at Race 21. Over permitted speed prior to start signal - 69kph. Schedule CH 20.4.1 applies. This was judged by Judge of Facts (Starts), Terry Carkeek. A ‘Time Penalty’ board was displayed during Race 21.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.20 applies. 10 seconds added to Race 21 time. 1 licence demerit point.
ED23
Simon Richards
4
NZV8
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #47 John McIntyre during Race 21. This caused him to leave the track and you gained track position. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points. You have now received 6 licence demerit points and are to be placed 6 grid places back for your next race (Race 9 on 23 January 2011 at Timaru) - Schedule 40.6 applies.
ED24
Tim Edgell
26
NZV8
The Event Director finds that you made contact with #52 John Hepburn during Race 21. You gained track position as a result of this. This was confirmed by Investigations team. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Event Direct rules that Penalty CH 40.16 applies. A Drive Through penalty was complied with. 3 licence demerit points.
Endorsements & Suspensions
DecisionTypePenalty EndCompetitorCompetition NumberCompetition ClassFindingRuling
INV1
  • Endorsement
  • Exclusion
  • Fine
Thu 30 Jun '11
Mark Gibson
35
Suzuki Swift
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that having viewed film evidence and discussing with competitor Mark Gibson Car #35 it is established that: you made contact with Car #4 Tom Barker during Race 5 at turn 7 and gained track position because of this. You had received a Drive Through Penalty earlier in the race for another driving incident. This is deemed carless driving. This is a breach of CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that Penalty CH 40.17 is imposed. That Mark Gibson be fined a sum of $500. That Mark Gibson be excluded from the results of Race 5. That Mark Gibson have his competition licence endorsed. The period of this endorsement ending 30th June 2011. 4 licence demerit points are applied. If your class has a reverse grid for their final race - Article 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply. You now have 10 licence demerit points and are to start the from the rear grid for Race 10 - Schedule CH 40.6 applies.
INV4
  • Endorsement
  • Exclusion
  • Fine
Thu 30 Jun '11
Graham Beirne
3
V8 Utes
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations finds that after a discussion with and an admission of fault from competitor Graham Beirne Ute #3 it is established that: Graham Beirne Ute #3 rejoined the circuit unsafely during Race 11. This caused an accident with Michael Morton Ute #40. Graham Beirne declined to view footage and admitted fault to rejoining the circuit in an unsafe manner. This is careless driving, which resulted in an accident. This is a contrary to CH 26.1 Code of Driving Conduct.
The Assistant Event Director-Investigations rules that Penalty CH 40.17 is imposed. That Graham Beirne be fined a sum of $1000. That Graham Beirne be excluded from the results of Race 11. That Graham Beirne have his competition licence endorsed. The period of this endorsement ending 30th June 2011. 4 licence demerit points are applied. If your class has a reverse grid for their final race - Article 40.9 or 40.9.1 will also apply.

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