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    Default 2019 NARS Summer Series - Incident Reviews

    NOTICE: Preseason incident reviews and consequent penalties are for practice and to remind drivers of the rules. It has no penalty affect going into the season opener.


    NARS GT3 Donington Preseason Race IRR #1 Review Final


    Involved Drivers: Ernest Dela Cruz, JT Tami

    Timestamp: 299.7

    Incident Notes: Contact between Dela Cruz and Tami at Fogarty Esses.

    Penalty: Stop and Hold 15 Sec to Dela Cruz for avoidable contact, causing damage and position loss to competitor.

    Steward's Comments: A safe pass (especially going into tight corners) solely falls on the shoulders of the driver who is putting on a pass. If he is not adequately in "side by side" position at turn-in point he has to abort the pass. See GCR: https://cmsracing.com/champion/forum...quired-Reading "PASSING AND ON-TRACK BEHAVIOR" rules 1 thru 5.

    Never let up for a second....or that may be where you finish!

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    Default NARS GT3 Rd2 Portland Incident Review

    NARS GT3 Rd2 Portland IRR #1 Review Final


    Involved Drivers: Norm Graf, JT Tami, Jon Uyan

    Timestamp: R2 496.4 - 499.8

    Incident Notes: Contact between JT and Norm, which led to contact between JT and Jon. Both JT and Jon received damages. JT lost 8 positions right after the incident, Jon lost 12 positions after his repairs.

    Stewards Comments: As both drivers brake (494.5), JT is well alongside Norm, earning the right for side-by-side into the corner. At the apex (496.3), contact is made. JT is as far to the inside as he can be, without putting four tires inside the white line. Norm cuts close, does not provide racing space for JT, and contact is made. JT's spin collects Jon, whose point of view didn't provide for seeing where the stricken JT would end up.

    Penalties: Stop & Hold 20 seconds to Norm Graf for avoidable contact, multiple positions lost and damages to competitors.

    Never let up for a second....or that may be where you finish!

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    Default NARS GT3 Rd3 Toban Served Penalties Review Final

    NARS GT3 Rd3 Toban Served Penalties Review Final

    ​Pending penalty was: N. Graf S&H 20 second

    Notes: With Race Control's directions Norm served his penalty in R2.

    Final: Stewards deem Norm served his penalty with correct time. However he did not serve it after L1 and did not clear all the pit boxes. For this time only it will be accepted as "penalty served".

    Chief Steward's Comments: I urge drivers to reread CMS competition rules when they get a penalty. It is very clear in the rules that penalty should be served at the end of first green lap and driver needs to pass all the pit boxes
    before stopping.

    Never let up for a second....or that may be where you finish!

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    Default rF2 NARS Autopolis IRR #1 Review

    rF2 NARS Autopolis IRR #1 Review Final

    Involved Drivers: Jason Whited, Norm Graf

    Timestamp: R1 962.0

    Incident Notes: Contact between N.Graf (P3) and J.Whited (P4) while Graf was reentering track, this happened at last corner of last lap of R1.

    Penalty: Stop&Hold 10 Seconds to N.Graf for unsafe reentry, causing an avoidable contact and 4 position loss to competitor.

    Stewards Comments: CMS General Competition Rules

    "PASSING AND ON-TRACK BEHAVIOR10- Drivers who go off track limits but can keep their cars under control should slow down or wait for traffic to clear and rejoin in safe manner."

    Never let up for a second....or that may be where you finish!

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