CRA to Feature Double File Restarts
6, 2011) –
CRA officials have announced
that all the CRA Divisions will have double file lead lap car restarts for
the upcoming 2011 season.
All restarts will be double file with lead lap cars in front of lapped cars.
The leader will always get to choose inside our outside, and third place on
back will restart how they are the lined up on the track, with the third
place car always lining up second row inside and the fourth place car lining
up outside second row, and the remainder of the field likewise.
“We tested double file lead lap car restarts with the CRA FWD’s last season
and with the CRA Super Series at a couple of events last year, as well as
the first two CRA Southern Six-Pack Tour races this year, and we had some
great racing in those events,” remarked R.J. Scott, Managing Partner of CRA.
“We have an obligation to our event promoters to continue to make CRA racing
the best in the business, we felt like the double file restarts have proven
that they will help accomplish that. There will be a learning curve at the
beginning, but it shouldn’t take our racers long to catch on.”
Since all the CRA Divisions will be doing the double file restarts, there
will also be a lucky dog awarded for all divisions on yellow flags up to the
final ten laps of the event.
At the time of the caution, the first car one lap down behind the leader
will be deemed the lucky dog and will get a lap back before the restart, as
long as they are not the cause of the caution. If there is no car one lap
down, it will go to the first car two laps down and so on. The lucky dog
must always restart at the tail of the field.
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