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  • Lap: 18 Turn: 10 Drivers: Peter Green | John Chiko
    Incident Report
    General Collision
    Incident Response
    John Chiko
    By all accounts this is a racing incident... peter closed the line a little towards me... I went wide maybe by 1 meter... I didnt do anything obviously wrong. Peter took a risk - He admitted in the group he wanted to "make my path narrow - and that he is allowed to do that" ... Also if you look at the video from the top - above.. you will see I am parallel to Peter for more than 2 seconds and peterr closes the distance buy cutting inside while I am there.. so No big fault on either side but very much not "just" my fault . Thank you
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    Peter left the door open, and John got inside. While he wasn't parallel during the braking or entry to the corner, he was absolutely parallel just before the Apex. Both drivers kept it tight, and both drivers left a car width for each other. I think that John's early throttle on the Kerb (you can see the RPM jumping) pushed him understeering that "1 meter" as he described - which was the differentiator between a great racing by both drivers, to an unfortunate incident that ended both their races. That's why I pick CAT1 for John, for that early optimistic throttle, but overall great racing from both drivers.
    John ChikoCategory 1
    Steward 2
    Before the impact, John was faster with the draft and closed the gap getting side by side little before the turn, even though I cannot know for sure but I believe Peter should be able to see John and be aware that he is getting his inside and get spotter notification of car on the left. John was also able to brake later and take the inside line, John has not done anything wrong by all means, Up to the point of the impact, it seems the main cause is that Peter not giving enough space to John as he could have taken a wider line. But after the impact, it seems John's exit could have been more tight as he seems to be getting wider than expected, but that could have been as a result of the impact. In any case, it's very hard to determine if one driver is more at fault here than the other, that's definitely is not John fault And I think we can classify it as a racing incident Cat 0
    Category 0
    Steward 3
    Peter and John go side by side, John keep his left with a little bit understeer and Peter come very close and touch John wheels Peter can take more right to avoid.
    Category 0
    Steward 4
    The accident was on turn 5 and not 10. Before getting into the braking zone for the turn, John was completely behind Peter. Then John did late braking and took inner line - Peter was just following racing line toward the turn's apex. Peter could see John there but still closed the door. So in my opinion - both drivers are to guilty for this accident, but John was doing the passing move, so his blame is bigger there.
    John ChikoCategory 3
    Peter GreenCategory 2
    Steward 5
    although Chiko had understeer he would've managed to make the corner without contact with Peter, but Peter tried to force him to go narrow as Chiko said(and that Peter admitted in the chat group). I think it was a miss communication, even if Chiko did make that small mistake of braking a bit to late I think it was a racing incident because he managed to control the car and it seems that he would've made that corner with no trouble, so I give them both CAT0.
    Category 0
    Incident Final Decision
    Racing IncidentCategory 0
  • Lap: 1 Turn: 1 Drivers: Hagay Farran | Saar Dekel
    Incident Report
    Rear Bump
    Incident Response
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    Saar broke too late given the density of the grid on the first corner. Hagay slowed down and Saar hit him in the back, not much to say. In the first corner of the first lap, its' just too aggressive. It ruined both Hagay's and Saar's race
    Saar DekelCategory 3
    Steward 2
    Hagai break earlier/stronger than the rest of the field taking Saar by surprise. Comparing speeds with other drives on the inside line in front/behind Hagai at the same spot (the blue cone line) we can see: In front: Gilad 155 KPh, Rom 167 Kph, Madi 159 Kph, Dekel 147 Kph Hagai 138 Kph Behind: Amir 155 KPH So as can been seen by the speed difference Hagai was slower at the specific point on the track than the rest of the field, Saar did not expect such an early break and try to accommodate but was unable to react in time. However, Due to the fact that this is lap 1 turn 1 and a lot of emphasis is given over and over in the group and briefing about it, slower drivers, early breaks, and speed irregularity are to be expected and more space should be given. The rules are to judge more harshly on lap one so I will Give Saar CAT 1 on what otherwise I would consider racing incident
    Saar DekelCategory 1
    Steward 3
    Saar didn't have enough space on the right, after Hagay entered the corner Saar didn't let him pass and bump him in the back wheel.
    Saar DekelCategory 1
    Steward 4
    It was clearly Saar's fault - he was trying to get into inner line for the turn while Hagay was braking for the first turn.
    Saar DekelCategory 3
    Steward 5
    In my opinion Saar deserves CAT3 because he was very aggressive at the start and as you see he took a very narrow line that was so narrow in my opinion he wouldn't have completed the corner cleanly by himself so no way with somebody next to him(it looks like he is trying to overtake), and what makes it worse that he could've taken the wide line because no one was next to him, the other problem is that it looks like Saar is braking at the right spot but when he sees that Hagay is faster he releases the brakes and he accelerates in to the back of Hagay.
    Saar DekelCategory 3
    Incident Final Decision
    Saar DekelCategory 2