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24 NOV 2019
Supercars summary of penalties, Newcastle 500, update 4 Final
STEWARDS SUMMARY OF JUDICIAL OUTCOMES, Update #4:FINAL issued Sunday 24th November 2019 at 1932hrs.
Sunday 24th November 2019

Matters from Race 32:
Deputy Race Director Incident Determinations
The DRD investigated the following Incidents during the Race and determined that they did not warrant referral to the Stewards:
The Incident involving Car 2, Scott Pye, and Car 9, David Reynolds, at Turn 1 on Lap 1 as no Driver was wholly or predominately to blame for the Incident;
The Incident involving Car 22, James Courtney, and Car 99, Anton de Pasquale, at Turn 3 on Lap 23 as no Driver was wholly or predominately to blame for the Incident.

Stewards' Decisions Penalties imposed
The Stewards imposed the following penalties during the Race:
A PLP on Car 22, James Courtenay, for a Pit Lane Infringement (Schedule B2, Article 7 Pit Release) unsafe release impeding Car 55, Chas Mostert.

Matters from Top Ten Shootout (for Race 32):
Deputy Race Director Incident Determinations
There were no DRD determinations.
Stewards' Decisions Penalties imposed
There were no penalties issued.

STEWARDS SUMMARY OF JUDICIAL OUTCOMES, Update #3: issued Sunday 24th November 2019 at 1300hrs.
Sunday 24th November 2019

Matters from Qualifying for Race 32:
Deputy Race Director Incident Determinations
At the request of Garry Rogers Motorsport the DRD investigated a complaint that Car 97, Shane van Gisbergen, impeded Car 34, Richie Stanaway, between Turns 11 and 12 and determined that the Incident did not warrant referral to the Stewards as no breach of the Rules was established.

Stewards' Decisions Penalties imposed
Following post-session DRD investigations and admissions of Careless Driving (Schedule B2, Article 2.1.1) impeding during qualifying, the Stewards imposed 3 Grid Spot penalties for Race 32 on the following:
Car 34, James Golding, for impeding Car 55, Chas Mostert, at Turn 12;
Car 23, Will Davison, for impeding Car 8, Nick Percat, at Turn 11; and
Car 97, Shane van Gisbergen, for impeding Car 23, Will Davison, at Turn 11.

STEWARDS SUMMARY OF JUDICIAL OUTCOMES, Update #2: issued Saturday 23rd November 2019 at 1930hrs.
Saturday 23rd November 2019
Matters from Race 31:
Deputy Race Director Incident Determinations
The DRD investigated the following Incidents during the Race and determined that they did not warrant referral to the Stewards as no Driver was wholly or predominately to blame:
the Incident at Turn 6 on Lap 2 involving Car 19, Jack Le Brocq, and Car 34, James Golding;
the Incident at Turn 12 on Lap 40 involving Car 34, James Golding, and Car 21, Macauley Jones.

Stewards' Decisions Penalties imposed
There were no penalties issued.

STEWARDS SUMMARY OF JUDICIAL OUTCOMES, Update #1: issued Saturday 23rd November 2019 at 1500hrs.
Saturday 23rd November 2019

Matters from Top Ten Shootout (for Race 31):
Deputy Race Director Incident Determinations
There were no DRD determinations.
Stewards' Decisions Penalties imposed
There were no penalties issued.

Matters from Qualifying for Race 31:
Deputy Race Director Incident Determinations
See below

Stewards' Decisions Penalties imposed
For causing the Red Flag to be displayed after having made contact with the wall at Turn 7, Car 2, Scott Pye, was not permitted to take any further part in the session and had its fastest lap in the session deleted (Rule D6.1.11).
Other Matters:
The Driver of Car 7, Andre Heimgartner, was reported to the Stewards as having failed to attend the Competitors & Drivers Briefing held on Friday 22nd November 2019. The Driver was interviewed by the Stewards, admitted he did not attend and was unable to provide a reasonable excuse for failing to attend. The Stewards imposed a fine of $500 on Andre Heimgartner for a breach of Rule D4.2.

Friday 22nd November 2019
Matters from Practice (both sessions):
Deputy Race Director Incident Determinations
There were no DRD determinations.
Stewards' Decisions Penalties imposed
There were no penalties issued.
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