standings

  • Season 5 has total of 18 races, 4 drop weeks and a maximum of 42 points per races
  • Points D - Total points minus maximum drop weeks
  • Points T - Total possible points for this season (assuming max of 42 per race)
  • LP - License Points of the driver. Driver below 40 will start from pit. Below 20 will be suspended for 2 races
  • LP - License Points taken from driver license due to stewards decision

  • Lap: 1 Turn: Race 1, Turn 1 (beginning of the race) Drivers: Madi Bachar | Dekel Naar
    Incident Report
    Rear Bump
    Incident Response
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    while Madi took a more defensive line (drove in the middle of road), Dekel that was initially on the outside lane, swerve to the inside lane and didn't take into account that this is the first lap and the difference in breaking point between cars and hit Madi from behind, If he would have kept the outside lane when he first saw that Madi is moving towards the inside line, or if he lift earlier into turn 1 this most likely been prevented, Given that this is Lap 1 Cat 2 for late braking
    Dekel NaarCategory 2
    Steward 2
    Dekel was closing on Madi but not enough for an overtake move on a first lap fest corner. the fact that it happened on the first lap is increasing the penalty according to the guidebook.
    Dekel NaarCategory 3
    Steward 3
    Madi made a very late double move to the right and dekel was not careful enough and released his brakes too soon and braked too late for T1 on lap1
    Dekel NaarCategory 2
    Madi BacharCategory 1
    Steward 4
    Madi was in front so basically he had the racing line. However, while braking he moved a little bit to the right. Dekel was in the inside line, it looks like he only tried to survive the turn and not to pass, yet, after he started braking he let go the brakes and then braked again which probably caused him to jump forward. Both drivers have the blame but Dekel has more since he was behind and should've been more careful (Drivers - Please, next time, write your comment)
    Dekel NaarCategory 1
    Incident Final Decision
    Dekel NaarCategory 2
  • Lap: 3 Turn: 1 Drivers: Ron Cohen | David Dayag
    Incident Report
    General Collision
    Incident Response
    Ron Cohen
    I cant see the accident in the replay saved in the drive folder. But as I Remember, I saw a yellow flag, and I didn't see clearly that there was a car in the middle of the track. I didn't know where the car would go, but I had Deddy on my right, so couldnt go right, I tired to escape left and went on the grass... from there I was a passenger , I hit someone else and also Deddy. Not intentional of course.
    David Dayag
    Race no. 2 I saw the yellow flag, slower down and Ron (who didn't pay attention to the yellow flag), took this as an opportunity to pass, crashed and killed me.
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    Ron tried to avoid the accident the same way as everyone else while he could have lifted earlier we can't be sure when exactly did he noticed the accident or judge his reaction time, to be clear he was 10-15 KPH faster than David around the accident, David was lucky enough to be on the right side which was clearer, while Ron on the left side had nowhere to go with a car standing in the middle of the road and another one on the left side/grass I don't think that if it would be the other way around that David would have avoided this as well, with a speed of upwards 200 KPH, so racing incident in which Ron is as much of a victim as David
    Category 0
    Steward 2
    Ran Tzioni started the chain reaction of accident with an unsafe return. Ron didn't slow down and even want to fifth gear under yellow flag, when the other cars stayed in 4th gear. ended the race for David and Arik.
    Ron CohenCategory 3
    Steward 3
    Yellow flags and accidents need to be treated with respect and to slow down for them. ROn Did not.
    Ron CohenCategory 2
    Steward 4
    Ron wrote that he saw the yellow flag, in addition, the smoke and mess can be seen far away from that straight. Yet, Ron was pushing the gas all the way instead of letting go and looking for a clean path. Deddy did let go the gas and kept his line and got hurt by Ron
    Ron CohenCategory 2
    Incident Final Decision
    Ron CohenCategory 2
  • Lap: 10 Turn: יציאה מהשיקיין לפני הסוף. מירוץ 2 Drivers: Tal Stern | Ofir Shavit
    Incident Report
    Blue Flag
    Incident Response
    Tal Stern
    הייתי בהובלה על 2 מתחרים שהיו אחרי, אופיר מלפנים קיבל דגל כחול צמצמתי עליו במהירות גבוהה בשיקיין, ביציאה מהשיקיין לקחתי קו חיצוני כדי לעקוף, אופיר לא איפשר עקיפה בכך שלא האט ולא התחשב ואף צידד עוד שמאלה לחיצוני מה שגרם לי לצאת מהמסלול ולהפסיד 2 מקומות
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    I don't think ofir has done anything wrong here, I can't tell exactly at which point he got the blue flag but it seems on straight that distance was too far (and you didn't complain about not lifting in the straight), blue flags are usually to be honored during straights we can't expect guys to immediately more mid-corner when someone faster gets to him, by the time ofir finish the corner and could have moved to the right you already hit him ofir did the right thing and kept his racing line to be predictable you had the speed and could have passed him from the right (just like Yehuda did), if he would have moved to right after the corner he would have blocked other guys
    Category 0
    Steward 2
    Ofir entered the chicane with blue flag when Tal was closing the gap sagnificly. Ofir didn't ignore the blue flag, but he exited the chicane with no clear racing line intention. he went to the middle of the track and then moved to the outside line in low speed that unfortunately caused a block for Tal and opened the inside line for two cars that were behind Tal. the better solution was to let the faster cars pass before the chicane.
    Ofir ShavitCategory 1
    Steward 3
    Ofir could have moved much sooner and let the Lapping cars by on the long back straight. Not doing say caused 3 cars to slow down drastically and cause tal to lose his position.
    Ofir ShavitCategory 2
    Steward 4
    First - The incident happened on LAP 16 and not 10, please be accurate next time or else it may not be judged. Tal was far from Ofir on the straight. Although Ofir didn't write his own side it still looks like Ofir did try to comply the blue flag on the turn's exit but failed to do it properly.
    Ofir ShavitCategory 1
    Incident Final Decision
    Ofir ShavitCategory 1
  • Lap: 19 Turn: you know the one.... Drivers: Dorian Tabachnick | David Dayag
    Incident Report
    Blue Flag
    Incident Response
    Dorian Tabachnick
    Incident on turn 6 and 7 This was the second heat btw, if you're looking. Deddy didn't let go early enough on the straight, because, and I quote: "didn't want to be a sucker and let too many people pass", so he ended up taking the inside line at insanely low speed. Coming out of the esses he was flat out for half the straight, then started lifting off the throttle but still no brakes, on the latter part of the straight he started braking into the corner. Deddy claims he didn't see me, claims he couldn't make the "phsycis calculations". welp, we have relatives, you had a huge straight to think about it, you had no pressure from behind, you had ONE JOB, and that was to let leading cars through.
    David Dayag
    I did as required by the code of conduct... At no point did I try to be competitive. I finished the previous turn as fast as I could then reduced speed slowly the entire straight.
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    In my opinion, Daddy didn't do anything wrong here, with all the love and respect to Dorian and his expertise, I think this one his on him, if he would have kept a wider line for the turn he could easily avoid Deddy, but he was too eager to overtake and gain positions for the final lap and decided to risk it and try to thread the needle between Deddy and Tomer.
    Category 0
    Steward 2
    Regarding the incident on corner 6: David was passing Arik that want out on corner 5, maybe that caused him to let go later then expected on the straight to corner 6. David did a good job when he styed on the right line, but did a poor job in maintaining situational awareness with the reletive, more over when it was the final lap. under blue flag you can easily see the group of leading cars on the relative and let them pass on the straight. Dorian had the responsibility to overtake safely, but in his perspective David was clearly going to brake early enough to leave the inside line for leading cars. eventually David didn't disregard the blue flag, but could had done a batter job of slowing on the straight, maintaining situational awareness with the relative, and braking earlier and harder before corner 6 to let the leading cars go through. Incident on corner 7: racing incident
    David DayagCategory 2
    Dorian TabachnickCategory 1
    Steward 3
    David didnt slow down in time to allow Dorian to Pass into turn 6 . Turn 7 Dorian could have avoided the Contact with a bit more patience and changing his line more.
    David DayagCategory 2
    Steward 4
    Dorian was in hard fight trying to pass Tomer from the inside. Deddy was in the inside line. Deddy tried to slow down the car long before the braking point, he could have done it much better. Dorian expected Deddy to slow more so he took a risky line in that case. This case is truly hard to judge, especially, while trying to ignore all the whatsapp discussions. Cat1 to Deddy since he had to try to brake harder since he was not in a fight and could leave the race to the leading pack
    David DayagCategory 1
    Steward 5
    If it wasn't the end of the race and top pack, I would have not given Daddy a CAT, as it is, CAT1. I think Dorian should have driven much less aggressively into this corner knowing he has a backmarker in front of him on the track. CAT1
    David DayagCategory 1
    Dorian TabachnickCategory 1
    Incident Final Decision
    David DayagCategory 1
  • Lap: 6 Turn: Race 1 , turn 10 (Chicane) Drivers: Ron Cohen | Michael Sherling | Yaroslav Malkov
    Incident Report
    Rear Bump
    Incident Response
    Ron Cohen
    I had the inside line, Something happened between Sherling and Yaroslav , I think Sherling surprised Yaroslav there... and should have taken the outside line. Anyway, the result was that I got hit and ended in the gravel.
    Incident Reviews
    Steward 1
    Micahel passed Yari on the right but he was impatient and tried to pass Ron on at the same time, swerved to the left line in front of Yari (which had damage & lower speed on the straight) into the braking zone and break right in front of him which caused a collision with Yari and with Ron later on,
    Michael SherlingCategory 2
    Steward 2
    A chain accident. Sherling moved suprisingly to the left under braking into the braking line of Yaroslav. Yaroslav had nothing to do, hit Sherling and Sherling hit Ron. Agrresive move by Sherling under braking that caused an accident with two drivers
    Michael SherlingCategory 3
    Steward 3
    Michael moved very late to the left... but still not under braking zone - Ron did brake early. I dont thing Yaroslav could do anything to avoid it.
    Michael SherlingCategory 1
    Steward 4
    Michael change his line in the braking zone and surprised Yari with that move, no more else to say
    Michael SherlingCategory 2
    Incident Final Decision
    Michael SherlingCategory 2