JRDC discciplinary ruling D. Gore

Dear members,
On Wednesday July 4 a disciplinary sub committee of the Jamaica Race Drivers Club (JRDC) was convened to address the matter of certain actions by Douglas Gore at the recently held 2018 Round 2 of the Seaboard Marine Caribbean Motor Racing Championships held at the Frankie Boodram International Circuit at Wallerfield, Trinidad on June 23/24, 2018.

In consultation with the Jamaica Millennium Motoring Club, the scope of the Jamaica Race Drivers Club hearing was limited to the off track activity following the Group 4 race #3 at the event in question.

It was determined that Mr. Gore should:
1. pay the maximum allowable fine of JMD $50,000.00 payable by July 15, 2018
2. be placed on probation for a period of one year ending in July 2019
3. be removed as a representative of the JRDC to the Caribbean Motor Racing Association
4. tender a public apology with reference to members of the JRDC, the competitors at the event and racing fans in general.

The ruling was handed down under the signature of the Committee chair Mark Myers and accepted by Mr. Gore.

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