World News – UA – Percat deprived of time for shootings in Bathurst


Percat finished fourth in the single-lap dash, an improvement of six places from regular qualifying

However, that time has since been removed by officials, after No.8 Brad Jones Racing Holden failed weight checks after the two-kilogram shootout

« After the conclusion of his race in the Top 10 Shootout, the No.8 car Percat / Randle was weighed on the Supercars scale and, with the driver wearing his clothes on board, was registered by the [ Head of Motorsport] weighing 1393 kilograms – two kilograms under the minimum weight prescribed by rule C41 of 1395 kilograms (including the driver wearing his full driver’s clothes as detailed in rule D232), « read the stewards report

« Rule C211 states that a car must conform to the design, relevant VSD, ESD and rules The team, Brad Jones Racing Pty Ltd, did not dispute the weight of car no. ° 8 registered by the HoM and admitted that the car therefore did not comply with the rules during the Top 10 Shootout

« The marshals imposed a penalty of disqualifying car # 8 from the Top 10 Shootout

Nick Percat, Bathurst 1000, Brad Jones Racing, Supercars Championship, Thomas Randle, Adrian Burgess

World News – AU – Percat stripped of Bathurst shootout time


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