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  • Lap: 1 Turn: 7 Drivers: Peter Green | Michael Wasserman
    Incident Report
    Rear Bump
    Incident Response
    Michael Wasserman
    First lap, plenty of cars on track and in-front of me . I braked before the slowest corner in the race and than Peter crushed me from behind.
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    peter should careful on the first lap especially when he faster then other driver. Remember , we dont win the race in the first lap , you can pass him easy in then straight
    Peter GreenCategory 3
    Steward 2
    Driver 99 (Peter) was caught out by driver 69 (michael) braking hard for turn 7 on lap 1. On lap 1 all drivers are required to use extra caution, espiecially at the slowest corner of the track. The drivers behind driver 99 were able to avoid contact, because they were cautious enough.
    Peter GreenCategory 2
    Steward 3
    It appears that Peter did no keep appropriate distance while reaching the brake point.
    Peter GreenCategory 2
    Steward 4
    Although Michael was slow to the corner and with a gap to the car in front of him, Peter didn't leave enough space for a first lap corner.
    Peter GreenCategory 2
    Incident Final Decision
    Peter GreenCategory 2
  • Lap: 7 Turn: 3 Drivers: John Chiko | Michael Wasserman
    Incident Report
    Dive Bomb
    Incident Response
    John Chiko
    There was no Dive BOMB I was side by side long before the turn and Michael was very slow up to the turn. If you look at the reply its easy to see I was next to him a long time before he turned into me.
    Michael Wasserman
    Before one of the trickiest corners on the track, John was faster than me, but in my opinion could easily avoid the contact hear and overtake in more suitable place. The damage from the contact was much and impact the whole race for me,
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    michael choose to take the out line, and jhon was faster then him. he get inside throw the open door and keep stay on the right side. when they brake chiko was in good position to try pass. michael try to take the classic apex and hit chiko .
    Michael WassermanCategory 2
    Steward 2
    Michael and John were side by side in the braking zone for turn 3. John had the inside line and Michael actually turned into him. this is a classic racing incedent. No blame. Cat 0.
    Category 0
    Steward 3
    I consider this a racing incident. In essence john was parallel to Michael before the braking point. Both drivers could have been more subtle to avoid the accident. John was much faster during the entire 1st section and Michael should've seen that and hear the spotter,. John as well should have considered the risk of over taking in that position.
    Category 0
    Steward 4
    No dive bomb. Michael did a mistake, slow downed, and almost touched the grass. John cant stop behind Michael because of Michael mistake, and he had plenty of space to take the inside line to the corner. Michael should be ware that with a mistake like that drivers will attack to the next corner - that's racing / racing incident
    Category 0
    Incident Final Decision
    Racing IncidentCategory 0
  • Lap: 1 Turn: 1 Drivers: Ran Kiselstein | Yehuda Hod Ben Yosef
    Incident Report
    Rear Bump
    Incident Response
    Ran Kiselstein
    I was faster than Yehuda entering the corner, yet decided to let go of an overtaking attempt on first corner. I saw Yehuda has a gap in front of him and I did not expect such a hard braking.
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    that sitoation is fallt of 2 drivers. Ran- i know you practice A lot and you know how to drive , but in the first lap when the tyres is cool and lot of cars in the 1 corner drivers take the corners slowly and saftey! Remember, we dont win the race in the First corner- Cat 3 But.. Yehuda brake for no reason so much. i dont know why he hit the brakes , in the replay he can carry lot of speed and he down under 175 KM/H , no reason to brake's so hard. - Cat 1
    Ran KiselsteinCategory 3
    Yehuda Hod Ben YosefCategory 1
    Steward 2
    During the first lap all drivers are required to be extra cautious, espesially so, at turn 1. Ran was "glued" to Yehuda's gear box entering turn 1 on lap 1. This all adds up to a major driving error by Ran - taking exsesive risk at the most dangerous moment of the race. This all adds up to Cat 3.
    Ran KiselsteinCategory 3
    Steward 3
    Ran was on the right side of the track, and broke his line right before the braking point for turn 1, As being in the rear Ran is responsible for keeping enough distance. If you kept right it appears the incident would have been avoided. Moreover, Yehuda's braking compared to the rest of the drivers did not seem harsh,
    Ran KiselsteinCategory 2
    Steward 4
    Ran didn't had an overtake opportunity. he was on the inside line very close to Yehuda on the first corner of the race with no safety margin. the accident killed the race for 3 other drivers.
    Ran KiselsteinCategory 4
    Incident Final Decision
    Ran KiselsteinCategory 3