Stewards Findings for Australia

Formula 1

  • The incident between Salvatore and Lego was deemed a racing incident. Lego initially gave Salvatore the room on the inside, and then Lego's car ghosted, which led him to believe that he didn't need to give space as both their cars were ghosting and the hit box wouldn't be activated. No further action warranted.
  • The incident between Sweg and Frisky was deemed a racing incident. Sweg initially missed braking point and nearly caused a huge collision, before Frisky was seen to push Sweg wide, but after Sweg's move, Frisky is just trying to make it through that corner alive. No further action warranted.
  • The incident between Dougie and Energy was deemed a racing incident. At such an early time in the race, the stewards felt Dougie was over ambitious and with the amount of cars going into that turn, it was always going to be tough, especially with a damaged wing. No further action warranted.

 

 

Formula 2

  • The incident at the start with Tekken and Legion was deemed a racing incident. Lap 1 is hectic and the slow down in speed due to hitting the grass caught Legion by surprise and the coming together was inevitable with Tekkens entrance to the corner. No further action warranted.
  • The incident between Tekken and Danny was deemed a racing incident. Danny lost the back end of his car on the curb which pushed him into the path of Tekken. No further action warranted.

 

 

Formula 3

  • The incident between Cookemonster and stjohnstone was deemed a racing incident. Cookemonster simply turned in too early and struck the car of stjohnstone which caused cookemonster to tun wide and hit the wall. No further action warranted.
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