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Final Event Post-Race Report – Glen Helen Round 1 - 2019

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

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 at Glen Helen. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Greg Foutz or Bill Smith.

Lucas Oil –2019 Glen Helen Round 1 Final Event Post-Race Report

RZR 170

  1. Red to correct line up

J2 Karts

  1. #81 Warning issued for aggressive driving - Lap 5
  2. #405 Warning issued for aggressive driving - Lap 6

Mod Karts

  1. No incidents reported

Turbo UTV

  1. #763 & #764 Incidental contact - Lap 1
  2. #1 Warning Issued to hold the line - Lap 8
  3. #703 Warning issued, excessive speed out of hot pit

Pro-2

  1. #24 & # 37 Contact in turn 7 - Lap 7, no call - #37 was already sideways
  2. #36 & #67 Incidental contact - Lap 9
  3. #3 Incidental Contact
  4. #38 & #21 Incidental contact - Lap 11

Prod. UTV

  1. #974 Black Flag Issued - Lap 3
  2. #977 Warning Issued to hold the line
  3. #906 & #977 Incidental Contact - Lap 8
  4. #15 & #94 Light Contact - Lap 12

Pro Buggy

  1. #15 & #17 Incidental Contact - Lap 1
  2. #2 Warning Issued, No Race receiver
  3. #93 & #15 Incidental Contact
  4. #98 Warning Issued, Off line, not the off gas

Pro Lite

  1. #97 & #38 Light Contact - Lap 1
  2. #8 Warning Issued,Contact with #30, For being at the limit of light contact
  3. #30 Warning Issued, Not to impede the leaders

Pro-4

  1. #99 & #24 Incidental Contact - Lap 9
  2. #11 & #15 Incidental Contact - Lap 9
  3. #99 Warning Issued, Off Line, not off the gas
  4. #99 & #11 Incidental Contact - Lap 14
  5. #99 Warning Issued, Hold the line, After review no warning was needed

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.