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BJR served with belated fine on Anzac Day

BRAD Jones Racing has been hit with a belated sanction from the recent ITM Taupō Super400.

The Albury squad has today, on the Anzac Day public holiday, been slapped with a $1500 fine relating to a data procedure misdemeanour.

The stewards explained the breach and the delayed timeline as follows:

After the Stewards and Race Direction had left the circuit on Sunday, a report was received from the Supercars Technical Department alleging that Brad Jones Racing Pty Ltd had failed to download the data from its Cars’ data loggers after the Event and upload that data on to the provided USB storage device and deliver that device to the Supercars Technical Department within the prescribed time (in breach of Rule D13.5.1.10 a)).

Upon his return to Australia, the DRD investigated the report and following an admission by Brad Jones Racing Pty Ltd of the breach (received on 24 April), the Stewards (on 25 April) imposed a fine of $1,500.

It was nevertheless a successful Taupō round for BJR, which snapped a near-four-year victory drought when Andre Heimgartner won a wet Race 1.

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