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Race #5, Canada: Post-Race Checks

Kris Cobb

Avid Chronic Racing | Team Principal
Dec 24, 2013
658
473
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Post-Race Checks

Check your Safety Rating here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet...vMsUlnXkgVQnJN-9DUX1R_f4g/edit#gid=1256175651

Aleksi Kivela (3.40)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Blair Disley (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Carlos Martin (4.50)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs: No Logs
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty: DQ no logs

Daniel Brewer (3.50)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Danny van der Niet (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

David Greco (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Dian Kostadinov (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Enrico Di Loreto (4.50)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Francesco Bigazzi (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Jernej Simoncic (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Jim Parisis (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

John-Eric Saxen (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Jonny Simon (3.75)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Kuba Brzezinski (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Marco Conti (2.25)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty: -0.50 SR for Incident #7.

Michi Hoyer (4.50)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Muhammed Patel (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Norbert Leitner (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Patrick De Wit (3.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty: -2.00 SR for Incident #5.

Petar Brljak (5.00)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty:

Thomas Satherley (2.50)
Q1: Clean
Q2: Clean
Launch Control: Used
Logs:
Pitstop: Clean
Tire Rules: Fulfilled
Penalty: -1.00 SR for Incident #3.
 

Kris Cobb

Avid Chronic Racing | Team Principal
Dec 24, 2013
658
473
40
Incidents

Penalty System is found here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1yb8NOvMaHVsWcK2TxshHpAUp25KW1tTzml9hCDw5tg0/edit#gid=0

Incident #1
Driver(s) Involved: Jernej Simoncic, Jonny Simon, Thomas Satherley
Lap/Replay Time:
Description & Verdict: Satherley raced for GhostSpeed Engineering but used his GS ACE livery. While in WC, drivers need to use the livery for the team they race for in WC. No further action.


Incident #2
Driver(s) Involved: David Greco, Patrick De Wit
Lap/Replay Time: L1 / 1:20
Description & Verdict: Hoyer on the inside and De Wit lets up to not go 2 wide through final chicane. Its a valid move and Greco was just caught off guard. No further action.


Incident #3
Driver(s) Involved: Thomas Satherley, Norbert Leitner
Lap/Replay Time: L13 / 0:13
Description & Verdict: Satherley causes contact with Leitner, which was avoidable. -1.00 SR for Satherley (~10s loss).


Incident #4
Driver(s) Involved: Francesco Bigazzi, Muhammed Patel
Lap/Replay Time: L69 / 1:09
Description & Verdict: Patel hooks Bigazzi's wheel and then proceeds to cut the last chicane and not letting Bigazzi back through. -0.50 SR and 1 Sec penalty.


Incident #5
Driver(s) Involved: Daniel Brewer, Patrick De WIt
Lap/Replay Time: L5 / 575 Sec
Description & Verdict: De Wit fails to avoid collision with Brewer, ending his race. De Wit -2.00 SR.


Incident #6
Driver(s) Involved: Jonny Simon, Jim Parisis
Lap/Replay Time: L48 / 1:08
Description & Verdict: Simon could have left more room and Parisis did not have the angle to take that corner without contact. No further action.


Incident #7
Driver(s) Involved: Jonny Simon, Marco Conti
Lap/Replay Time: L9 / 1:17
Description & Verdict: Conti forces Simon to go wide with contact. Estimated ~1 second lost. Conti -0.50 SR.
 
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Jonny Simon

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Jan 21, 2014
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Incident #6
Driver(s) Involved: Jonny Simon, Jim Parisis
Lap/Replay Time: L48 / 1:08
Description & Verdict: Simon could have left more room and Parisis did not have the angle to take that corner without contact. No further action.
Isn't this almost a carbon copy incident of what happened with me vs De Wit at China?

Incident #3
Driver(s) Involved: Patrick De Wit, Jonny Simon
Lap/Turn/Replay Time: Lap 1, Turn 14
Description and Verdict: De Wit is ahead at turn in and leaves room. Simon causes incident resulting in 10 second and 10 position loss. -1.25 Penalty Points for Simon.
I was ahead at turn in with Parisis, I left room and Parisis had room on his inside to avoid contact.

At China, De Wit was ahead at turn in and turned in on me. I was told I was supposed to turn in more (in which I would have most likely understeered into De Wit anyway).

So doesn't that mean De Wit should have left more room? Doesn't that mean I didn't have the angle to take the hairpin at China without contact? But here at Canada it's the opposite, mentioning I should have given more room and Parisis couldn't do anything.

Which incident has been judged correctly? Which incident has been judged incorrectly?

Come on man... I'm posting about this publicly because I don't give a ****, I want a public opinion and not biased opinions from the stewards as it apparently has been that way. Of course I get a penalty which is usual. China I'm at fault, now when I'm in the situation as the victim, no penalty. Just ******* ridiculous. De Wit and Parisis are good drivers nothing against them, I'm just not pleased with the verdict of the incidents. I'm happy to accept where I'm at fault don't get me wrong, so long as somebody can explain this to me clearly.

I uploaded a video below showing a clear perspective of the incidents from both races:

 
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Kris Cobb

Avid Chronic Racing | Team Principal
Dec 24, 2013
658
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Appeal it.

Next time clean up your post. If i have to do it again there will be consequences.
 
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