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Final Event Post-Race Report - Wild Horse Pass

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Drivers and Teams,
First, thank you all for your continued support of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing series.  We all appreciate you and your teams.  Here is the post-race penalty report from Round 1 and Round 2 at Wild Horse Pass.  If you have any questions or concerns please contact Greg Foutz or Ritchie Lewis.

Lucas Oil – 2016 Wild Horse Pass Round 1 Final Event Post-Race Report
Saturday

Mod Kart

  1. #516 received a black flag for jumping the re-start.  Penalty was not served so vehicle was move to the back of the field
  2. #524 received a black flag for jumping the re-start.  Penalty was not served so vehicle was move to the back of the field

Pro-4

  1. #11 received a black flag for not clearing pre-race tech and for not having a spotter in the spotter stand.

Pro-Buggy

  1.  #34 was disqualified after the race for not going through tech post-race.
  2. #62 was disqualified for failing post-race tech for ride height.
  3. #99 was disqualified for failing post-race tech for ride height.

Pro-Lite

  1. No Penalties

Pro-2

  1. No Penalties

Spotter Conduct Issues:
NONE
Other Issues:
NONE

Lucas Oil – 2016 Wild Horse Pass Round 2 Final Event Post-Race Report
Sunday

Mod Kart

  1. No Penalties

Pro-4

  1. No Penalties

Pro-Buggy

  1. No Penalties

Pro-Lite

  1. No Penalties

Pro-2

  1. No Penalties

Spotter Conduct: 
NONE
Other Issues:
NONE
NOTES:
Reminder, all Pro class drivers given or shown a black flag will serve a stop and go penalty for rough driving.  Any driver who earns 2 black flags in any race will not be permitted to continue. If a Pro driver, already on Probation is given or shown the black flag that driver will serve a (1) one-lap penalty at minimum. All spotter conduct must be sportsmanlike.  Once a truck is presented in Tech and or staging to engage in competition, if the spotter is deemed to be displaying unsportsmanlike conduct, the driver will be removed from competition immediately. Professionalism is the only accepted behavior that will be tolerated in the spotters stand, on track or in the pit area.