Penalty Box

All penalties and offenses during the season will send you to the list below.

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EventDriverPenalty LevelPenalty Description
Race 11
Super Sim Series
Lanier
Ken Morin Jr.P1 PenaltyAggressive Driving - EOL in Results
Driver was found to make aggressive and intentional contact with the 13 car multiple times from laps 67-69 and laps 88-92. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 11
Super Sim Series
Lanier
Samuel RoushP1 PenaltyAggressive Driving - EOL in Results
Driver was found to make aggressive and intentional contact with the 81 car multiple times from laps 69-70. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 11
Super Sim Series
Lanier
Evan SorensenP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in on Lead Lap
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 54 caution by getting into the back of the 32 car on entry causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 11
Super Sim Series
Lanier
Keith MedeirosP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in on Lead Lap
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 196 caution by sliding up into the side of the 55 car on exit causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 10
Super Sim Series
Stafford
Ryan MatthewsP1 PenaltyAggressive Driving - EOL in Results
Driver was found to make aggressive and intentional contact with the 71 car multiple times from laps 132-140. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 10
Super Sim Series
Stafford
Russell BerryP1 PenaltyAggressive Driving - EOL in Results
Driver was found to make aggressive contact with the 61 car multiple times throughout the race. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 10
Super Sim Series
Stafford
Matt RolfeP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in on Lead Lap
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 125 caution by sliding up into the side of the 92 causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 10
Super Sim Series
Stafford
Matt BontempiWarningAggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with the 51 car a couple of times from laps 132-140. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 10
Super Sim Series
Stafford
James MihlbachlerWarningAggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with a couple different cars by running low and pinching other cars when they were attempting to make a pass on the bottom. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 7
UMP Modified Series
Dirt Track at Charlotte
Josh KottenP1 PenaltyP1 Penalty - EOL on Lead Lap

Unclaimed Cause of Caution
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 53 caution by getting into the back of the 46 car causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.

Restart Violation
Driver was found to jump the restart and began passing on the lap 14 restart before the start finish line. Restarts on Dirt are single file, and drivers that are not on the front row, may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette, sections 4.5.1.2 and 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule, and section 4.4.2 regarding Dirt Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 7
UMP Modified Series
Dirt Track at Charlotte
Bruce PerryP1 PenaltyP1 Penalty - EOL on Lead Lap

Unclaimed Cause of Caution
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 9 caution by sliding up into the side of the 3 car on exit, causing him to wreck and collect other cars. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.

Restart Violation
Driver was found to jump the restart and began passing on the lap 57 restart before the start finish line. Restarts on Dirt are single file, and drivers that are not on the front row, may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette, sections 4.5.1.2 and 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule, and section 4.4.2 regarding Dirt Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Triple Crown 3
Sportsman Series
SK Mod at Stafford
Kyle SouzaP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in Results
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 121 caution by sliding up in the middle of the corner and making contact with the 92 causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Triple Crown 3
Sportsman Series
SK Mod at Stafford
David KrikorianP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in Results
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 54 caution by getting into the back of the 28 car causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 8
Super Sim Series
South Boston
David BliskeP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in Results
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 66 caution by bouncing off of the wall and down into the 13 car causing him to spin. Drivers are encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to sections 4.5.1.2 and 5.2 of the Rulebook regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 7
Super Sim Series
Irwindale
Andre FioriniP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in Results
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 171 caution by getting into the back of the 12 car causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 7
Super Sim Series
Irwindale
Ty SpearmanP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in Results
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 135 caution by getting into the back of the 11 car causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 7
Super Sim Series
Irwindale
Ken Morin Jr.WarningRestart Violation - Warning
Driver was found to change lanes on the lap 49 restart, moving from the inside to outside grooves before the start/finish line. Drivers must hold the line that they are in and must stay behind the car in front of them, until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.1 of the Rulebook regarding Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 7
Super Sim Series
Irwindale
Matt RolfeWarningNegative Radio Chatter - Warning
Driver was found to get on the radio with some negative chatter towards another driver. Drivers are not to get on the radio and yell, curse out, blame, complain or etc. towards another driver.
Please refer to section 4.2 of the Rulebook regarding Radio Chatter. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Triple Crown 2
Open Wheel Series
410NW at Limaland
Josh KellyWarningContact Under Caution - Warning
Driver was found to make contact under two different cautions with the 3 and 7 cars. Drivers are expected to avoid any contact under cautions
Please refer to section 4.6.1 of the Rulebook regarding Car Control. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 6
Super Sim Series
Concord
Ryan MatthewsWarningRestart Violation - Warning
Driver was found to begin passing cars on the inside three wide coming to the lap 68 restart. Drivers must hold the line that they are in until crossing the start/finish line, and drivers may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.1 of the Rulebook regarding Asphalt Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 6
Super Sim Series
Concord
Michael CarlsonWarningARCA Braking - Warning
Driver was found to brake late into a lap 62 crash, making contact with other cars causing additional damage. Drivers should make every attempt possible to slow down and avoid the wreck at all costs, and should not try to navigate through the wreck until cars have stopped wrecking and the track is clear.
Please refer to section 4.5.2 of the Rulebook regarding the ARCA Braking. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 5
Super Sim Series
Oxford
Colin AllmanP1 PenaltyP1 Penalty - EOL in Results

Unclaimed Cause of Caution
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 147 caution by getting into the back of the 36 car causing him to spin. Lapped cars are NOT required to give up position in order to let the lead cars by and it is the faster cars responsibility to facilitate a safe overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.

Car Control Violation
Driver was found to make additional unnessecary contact with the 36 cars during the wreck by continuing to push them back onto the track causing damage to other cars. If a driver spins or crashes, it is their responsibility to return onto the track in the correct direction in a safe manner, without causing additional damage to other competitors, and drivers who continue to make contact with another car as a part of a wreck, may be subject to penalty.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to section 4.6.1 regarding Car Control. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 4
Super Sim Series
Myrtle Beach
Jason TarasenkoP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in Results
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 140 caution by sliding up into the outside groove and causing the 35 to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 4
Super Sim Series
Myrtle Beach
Drew KreibichP1 PenaltyP1 Penalty - EOL in Results
Due to a previous warning penalty this season, the penalty has been elevated up to a P1 Penalty.

ARCA Braking
Driver was found to brake late into a lap 120 crash, making contact with other cars causing additional damage. Drivers should make every attempt possible to slow down and avoid the wreck at all costs, and should not try to navigate through the wreck until cars have stopped wrecking and the track is clear.

Please refer to section 4.5.2 of the Rulebook regarding the ARCA Braking. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 4
Super Sim Series
Myrtle Beach
Keith MedeirosWarningCar Control Violation - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with another car while in the process of turning his car around after a wreck, and caused additional damage to other competitors. If a driver spins or crashes, it is their responsibility to return onto the track in the correct direction in a safe manner, without causing additional damage to other competitors.


Please refer to section 4.6.1 of the Rulebook regarding Car Control. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 3
Super Sim Series
The Bullring
Grant BrownP2 PenaltyP2 Penalty - EOL in Results + 50 Points + 2-Week Suspension
Due to receiving a previous penalty, and being a new driver on probation, the penalty has been elevated up to a P2 Penalty. The 2 Week Suspension will last through Race 5 of the Super Sim Series.

Unclaimed Cause of Caution
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 74 caution by getting into the back of the 54 car causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.

Aggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with the 009 on lap 125 by door slamming them in the corner, as well as making other aggressive moves throughout the race. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a SAFE and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P2 Penalties.
Race 3
Super Sim Series
The Bullring
Landon PembeltonP1 PenaltyP1 Penalty - EOL in Results
Due to being a new driver on probation, the penalty has been elevated up to a P1 Penalty.

Aggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with the 56 on lap 146 by using the bumper to pass, as well as making contact with other drivers throughout the race as a result of divebombing the corners, pinching cars under him in the corners, and chopping other cars' noses off. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a SAFE and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 3
Super Sim Series
The Bullring
Russell CharneskiP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL in Results
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 34 caution by getting into the back of the 54 car causing him to spin, collecting the 28 car and others for the caution. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 3
Super Sim Series
The Bullring
Landon SciaccaP1 PenaltyP1 Penalty - EOL in Results + 30 Points
Due to receiving multiple penalties in this race, and being on probation for the season, the penalty has been elevated up to a P1 Penalty.

Aggressive Driving
Driver was found to make contact with the 7 car a couple of times from laps 120-127. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Restart Violation
Driver was found to change lanes on the lap 98 restart, moving from the inside to outside grooves before the start/finish line and began passing the 50 car. Drivers must hold the line that they are in and must stay behind the car in front of them, until crossing the start/finish line

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette, and also section 4.4.1 regarding Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 3
Super Sim Series
The Bullring
Darrell HamlinWarningAggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with the 21 car a couple of times from laps 120-127. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 3
Sportsman Series
Southern National
Andrew WootenP2 PenaltyP2 Penalty - EOL in Results + 50 Points + 2-Week Suspension
Due to receiving a previous penalty, and being a new driver on probation, the penalty has been elevated up to a P2 Penalty. The 2 Week Suspension will last through Race 5 of the Super Sim Series.

Blocking
Driver was found to block and alter his race line multiple times throughout the race, resulting in either forcing guys onto the apron, causing contact with others, and resulting in two cautions by chopping another driver's nose off. When a car is attempting to pass from behind, drivers are not to block or aggressively alter their race line to prevent the car from getting by.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P2 Penalties.

(*Due to this penalty coming out after the Week 3 SLM race, the driver's SLM result will stand and will not be affected by this penalty.)
Race 3
UMP Modified Series
Knoxville
Michael RaffurtyP1 PenaltyP1 Penalty - EOL in Results
Due to receiving multiple penalties in the race, the penalty has been elevated up to a P1 Penalty.

Restart Violation
Driver was found to jump the restart and began passing on the lap 6 restart before the start finish line. Restarts on Dirt are single file, and drivers that are not on the front row, may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.2 of the Rulebook regarding Dirt Restart Etiquette.

Aggressive Driving
Driver was found to make contact with a couple different cars and the end of the race, including the 37 and 46 cars on laps 57-58. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette.

Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 3
UMP Modified Series
Knoxville
James AllenWarningRestart Violation - Warning
Driver was found to jump the restart and began passing on the lap 6 restart before the start finish line. Restarts on Dirt are single file, and drivers that are not on the front row, may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.2 of the Rulebook regarding Dirt Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 2
UMP Modified Series
Lanier
T. Beau BrannonP1 PenaltyRestart Violation - EOL in Results
Due to a previous penalty, this penalty has been elevated up to a P1. Driver was found to jump the restart and began passing on the lap 8 restart, and the lap 20 restart, before the start finish line. Restarts on Dirt are single file, and drivers may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.2 of the Rulebook regarding Dirt Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 2
UMP Modified Series
Lanier
Davey ScovelWarningAggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with a few different cars throughout the race, including the 19 car on laps 14 and 34, the 00 car on lap 16, and the 99 car on lap 22. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1 (Non-Qualifiers Race)
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Blake NearP3 PenaltyIntentional Wrecking / Contact Under Caution - 100 Points + Removed From League
Driver was found to come back on track multiple laps down and made contact with multiple cars including sideswiping the 44 car, bouncing off of the 43, and taking out the 20. Any kind of intentional wrecking and/or retaliation during the course of a race will not be tolerated and may result in an ejection and/or will be subject to further penalty. Drivers are also not to make retaliatory/intentional contact with others during caution flag periods.
Please refer to section 4.5.3 of the Rulebook regarding Retaliation and Intentional Contact. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1 (Non-Qualifiers Race)
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Jake WatsonP3 PenaltyP3 Penalty - 100 Points + Removed From League
Due to receiving multiple penalties in the race, and due to penalties/suspensions in previous seasons, the penalty has been elevated up to a P3 Penalty.

Aggressive Driving / Intentional Contact
Driver was found to make aggressive and intentional contact with the 20 car multiple times throughout the race. Driver was also found to make aggressive contact with the 89 and 23 cars. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Repeat Unclaimed Cause of Caution
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 139 and lap 147 cautions by making aggressive contact and getting into other cars causing himself to wreck. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car. Drivers are encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.


Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P3 Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Brandon CoppingerP3 PenaltyP3 Penalty - EOL in Results + 100 Points + Removed From League
Due to receiving multiple penalties in the race, and due to previous penalties and being kicked from a race during the 2017 Fall Season, the penalty has been elevated up to a P3 Penalty.

Unclaimed Cause of Caution
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 151 caution by sliding up and getting into the side of the 14 car causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car. Drivers are encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.

Aggressive Driving
Driver was found to make contact with the 13 car multiple times from laps 87-93, as well as contact with the 5 car on lap 101. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P3 Penalties.
Race 1 (Non-Qualifiers Race)
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Cody BrinsonP3 PenaltyP3 Penalty - 100 Points + Removed From League
Due to receiving multiple penalties in the race, the penalty has been elevated up to a P3 Penalty.

Aggressive Driving / Intentional Contact
Driver was found to make aggressive and intentional contact with the 44 car multiple times throughout the race. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Contact Under Caution
Driver was found to make contact a couple of times under caution with the 44 car. Drivers are not to make retaliatory/intentional contact with others during caution flag periods.

Restart Violation
Driver was found to change lanes on the lap 33 restart, moving from the outside to inside grooves before the start/finish line. Drivers must hold the line that they are in until crossing the start/finish line.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P3 Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Taylor HurstP2 PenaltyP2 Penalty - EOL in Results + 50 Points + 2-Week Suspension
Due to receiving multiple penalties in the race, and being a new driver on probation, the penalty has been elevated up to a P2 Penalty. The 2 Week Suspension will last through Race 3 of the Super Sim Series.

Unclaimed Cause of Caution
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 144 caution by getting into the back of the 12 car causing him to wreck. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car. Drivers are encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.

Aggressive Driving
Driver was found to make contact with the 07 car a couple of times on lap 123, as well as contact with the 03 car on lap 45. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P2 Penalties.
Race 1 (Non-Qualifiers Race)
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Brandon WilkinsonP2 PenaltyP2 Penalty - EOL in Results + 50 Points + 2-Week Suspension + Season Probation
Due to receiving multiple penalties in the race, the penalty has been elevated up to a P2 Penalty. The 2 Week Suspension will last through Race 3 of the Super Sim Series, and the probation will last throughout the remainder of the season.

Aggressive Driving / Intentional Contact
Driver was found to make aggressive and intentional contact with the 44 car multiple times throughout the race. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.

Restart Violations
Driver was found to change lanes on the lap 117 restart, moving from the outside to inside grooves before the start/finish line. Driver was also found to roll into starts early while in second place in attempt to gain an advantage over the leader. Drivers must hold the line that they are in until crossing the start/finish line, and the leader controls the start and the second place driver may not take off before the leader at any time.

Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette, section 4.4.1 regarding Restart Etiquette, and also sections 4.5.1.2 and 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P2 Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Andrew WootenP1 PenaltyUnclaimed Cause of Caution - EOL on Lead Lap
Driver was found to be at fault for the lap 138 caution by getting into the back of the 05 car on the restart causing him to spin. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake. Drivers are also encouraged to claim fault for a caution during the race if they were the cause.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette and also 4.5.1.2 and section 5.2 regarding the Gentleman’s Rule. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about P1 Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Drew KreibichWarningContact Under Caution - Warning
Driver was found to make contact under the lap 144 caution with the 47 car after some contact during the previous caution. Drivers are not to make retaliatory/intentional contact with others during caution flag periods.
Please refer to section 4.5.3 of the Rulebook regarding Retaliation and Intentional Contact. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Kyle SouzaWarningAggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with the back of the 41 on lap 98. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Adam JosselynWarningARCA Braking - Warning
Driver was found to brake late into a lap 67 crash, making contact with other cars causing additional damage. Drivers should make every attempt possible to slow down and avoid the wreck at all costs, and should not try to navigate through the wreck until cars have stopped wrecking and the track is clear.
Please refer to section 4.5.2 of the Rulebook regarding the ARCA Braking. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Grant BrownWarningARCA Braking - Warning
Driver was found to brake late into a lap 126 crash, making contact with other cars causing additional damage. Drivers should make every attempt possible to slow down and avoid the wreck at all costs, and should not try to navigate through the wreck until cars have stopped wrecking and the track is clear.
Please refer to section 4.5.2 of the Rulebook regarding the ARCA Braking. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1
Super Sim Series
Five Flags
Dante CurtisWarningRestart Violation - Warning
Driver was found to begin passing the car in front of him on the inside coming to the lap 144 restart before the start/finish line. Drivers that are not on the front row, may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.1 of the Rulebook regarding Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1
Sportsman Series
New Smyrna
Hunter CombsWarningAggressive Driving - Warning
Driver was found to make contact with the 14 car multiple times from laps 99-100. When facilitating a pass, it is the responsibility of the car attempting the pass to facilitate a safe and clean overtake, and drivers are not to move people out of the way to make passes, whether it’s via bumper-to-bumper contact, or by door slamming the other car.
Please refer to section 4.6.2 of the Rulebook regarding Passing Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1
Sportsman Series
New Smyrna
Andre FioriniWarningRestart Violation - Warning
Driver was found to begin passing cars on the outside three wide coming to the lap 87 restart. Drivers must hold the line that they are in until crossing the start/finish line, and drivers may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.1 of the Rulebook regarding Asphalt Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
Race 1
UMP Modified Series
Eldora
T. Beau BrannonWarningRestart Violation - Warning
Driver was found to jump the restart and began passing on the lap 11 restart before the start finish line. Restarts on Dirt are single file, and drivers that are not on the front row, may not jump the starts in any way and must stay in line behind the car in front of them until crossing the start/finish line.
Please refer to section 4.4.2 of the Rulebook regarding Dirt Restart Etiquette. Also refer to the Penalty System page to learn more about Warning Penalties.
-James MihlbacherProbationDue to receiving a suspension during the course of the 2017 Fall Season, this driver has been placed on probation for the 2018 Spring Season.
-Landon SciaccaProbationDue to receiving a suspension during the course of the 2017 Fall Season, this driver has been placed on probation for the 2018 Spring Season.
-Austin JonesProbationDue to receiving a suspension during the course of the 2017 Fall Season, this driver has been placed on probation for the 2018 Spring Season.
-Brian HelmProbationDue to receiving a suspension during the course of the 2017 Fall Season, this driver has been placed on probation for the 2018 Spring Season.