During the Monaco post-race check process, a routine log analysis revealed that the IP and submitted log details of Steffen Moller matched the ones of Morgan Morand from the same race weekend. Following this, the Silverline Racing management was urgently informed about the matter, in order to allow the team to present its view. The response from the team and its drivers argued that Mr. Moller had been staying at Mr. Morand's house for the weekend and raced with his PC, due to real racing commitments in Belgium in the following weekend. However, the team failed to provide any concrete evidence to support this theory. Following this, the administration leniently decided to give Moller a chance to prove that his pace at Monaco matched the pace he had showed in the Saturday FSR race. This would have been arranged as a separate test race, where Mr. Moller would have to race from his Denmark IP. Mr. Moller, however, failed to show up on the agreed test event in a time frame of three months. Therefore, in the lack of further evidence, the administration has no option but to conclude that Mr. Morand with all likelihood himself raced under the false name "Steffen Moller", which goes against FSR General Rules article 2.3. Further evidence supporting this is the fact that the fastest race lap time between the two drivers was only 1 tenth apart, which is unusual considering that Moller had not demonstrated any kind of podium pace in his two earlier World Series races. As penalty, Moller is deemed as disqualified from the Monaco World Series results. Additionally, the 1.5 penalty points given to Moller in the Monaco WS race will also be added to Morand's license. The Club board will yet discuss the penalty of Mr. Morand internally and as such it's not final yet. The World Series results are, however, final. Apologizes to the other participating drivers & teams for this huge delay.