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#219 LUKE GRIEF

Following an incident that took place at Racewall, Cowdenbeath on Saturday 13 April 2019 #219 Luke Grief was suspended from racing. Grief has subsequently been found guilty of a deliberate hit on a stationary car parked in the safe area.

The Saloon Stock Car Association has suspended Grief from racing with immediate effect, and this will run until further notice.

It is also noted that Grief’s right to practice a car has also been removed.

#620 AARYN TRIGGS

Following incidents that occurred at Cowdenbeath on 13 April 2019, the Saloon Stock Car Association suspended #620 Aaryn Triggs.

The subesequent Board of Control found Triggs (and or members of his team) guilty of physical assault.  A statutory one year racing ban has been issued for this offence.   Inline with ORCi totting up procedure, this is the second such offence that Triggs has been found guilty of, therefore the racing ban automatically increases to the statutory period of three years. Triggs is permitted to return to racing on 14 April 2022. In that time period Triggs’ opportunity to practice at any event has also been removed. 

#9 TAM RUTHERFORD

Following an incident that took place at Racewall, Cowdenbeath on Saturday 13 April 2019 #9 Tam Rutherford was suspended from racing. Rutherford was subsequently found not guilty of any offences and was permitted to return to racing.

Following an incident that took place at Racewall, Cowdenbeath, on Saturday 4 May 2019, Rutherford was suspended from racing.

Rutherford was subsequently found guilty of dangerous driving in the pit area. Rutherford is permitted to return to racing on Sunday 9 June 2019. 

#107 MARC HONEYMAN

Following an incident that took place at Racewall, Cowdenbeath, on Saturday 4 May 2019, #107 Marc Honeyman was suspended from racing.

Following a further review this was subsequently recinded. 

#207 GREG HONEYMAN

Following an incident that took place at Racewall, Cowdenbeath, on Saturday 4 May 2019, #207 Greg Honeyman was suspended from racing.

Honeyman has been found guilty of physical assualt and issued with a mandatory 12 month ORCi ban and will be permitted to return on 5 May 2020.

It is also noted that Honeyman’s right to practice a car has also been removed.

Honeyman has also been found guilty of Dangerous and Irresponsible Driving and has been issued with a six month ban, supsended until 5 May 2021.

#9, #219, #620

Following incidents that took place at Racewall, Cowdenbeath on Saturday 13 April 2019 #9 Tam Rutherford Snr, #219 Luke Grief and #620 Aaryn Triggs has been suspended from racing, pending a Board of Control hearing.


#529 Jason Secker

A Board of Control hearing was convened to discuss Secker’s suspension from racing due to an incident that took place on 28 October 2018 at Cowdenbeath.

Secker was found guilty of physical assault by one of his team, and was issued with a 12 month ban with effect from 28 October 2018. This ban includes all ORCi formulas . Secker will be able to return to racing on the 28 October 2019.


#99 Jacob Roff

Following an incident that took place at King’s Lynn Stadium on the weekend of 18/19 August 2018, Roff has been issued with a ban from racing of 12 months for physical violence.

As Roff is already serving a suspension from racing, he will not be permitted to return to racing until 1 October 2019. This ban applies to all ORCi formula.


#28 Ian Govier/#99 Jacob Roff

The SSCA have found both Govier and Roff guilty of sending malicious and/or threatening messages to another driver and bringing the sport into disrepute. 

Both have been banned from racing for three months and will be allowed to return on 30 September 2018.


#570 Simon Venni

Following an incident at Kings Lynn on Saturday 21 October 2017, #570 Simon Venni has been issued with a one month ban for” high speed forceful fencing” which will be suspended for twelve months.

Venni is free to continue racing, but should he be found guilty of any similar offences during the twelve months then the 1 month would be added to the ban issued for the new offence.


#161 Billy Smith

Following an incident that took place at King’s Lynn on Sunday 25 June 2017  the SSCA has found Smith guilyt of verbal abuse towards another driver.

The SSCA have charged Smith with bringing the sport into disrepute and he has been issued with a three month ban from racing with immediate effect.

Smith can return to racing on 25 September 2017.


 

 
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