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Superkarts! USA - Rulebook & Updates

PBB PROTEST GUIDELINES Print
Written by Lynn Haddock - National Tech Director   
Wednesday, 27 July 2022 10:55
Effective July 29, 2022.  Will be added to the rulebook at a later date and subject to revision.

109.6      Push Back Bumper Protest:
PBB Protests are allowed after any competition session. Compelling video, ‘ready to play’ on the competitor’s laptop shall accompany the protest form and fee within the standard protest window. Competitor shall provide video of the entire race, which may be reviewed in conjunction with SKUSA’s own video. Video should be queued to play at the moment of inadvertent contact. Any frontal contact after an inadvertent bumper deployment, either partial or full, will result in the protest being denied.

109.6.1      Bumpers deployed during the Starting formation are not subject to protest.


Note: PBB Protests are treated as a normal protest and will count towards your one protest per competition day.
 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 July 2022 10:58