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16 November - 445 Nigel Green (Birmingham) Shoot Out
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BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green

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#445 Nigel Green
BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green #445 Nigel Green At the World Final weekend at Buxton on September 12th and 13th, a number of tyres were taken from F2 Stock Cars by the assistant Technical Officer and sent away for analysis, to ensure that they were within the 2009 Stock Car Racing Rules and Regulations. The results were returned on Monday September 28th, and all tyres except one were found to be legal. The tyre that failed had been used by Nigel Green(445) on Saturday 12th September. Nigel Green (445) has therefore been suspended, and will be banned from racing for 12 months, according to the 2009 Stock Car Rules and Regulations. He has the Right of Appeal, should he wish to do so.


BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing

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#445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing
BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing BriSCA F2 | Disciplinary News | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing A sample from Nigel Green's tyre used at the World Final weekend at Buxton was tested along with five others, and returned a result that was significantly higher than all the rest for a chemical called dioctyl phthalate, which has previously been identified as common to most tyre softening products. Nigel Green was then suspended from racing and handed down the 12 month ban that is mandatory for this offence. On Friday October 2nd, the laboratory reported that they had retested Nigel Green's sample and had found no evidence of excessive levels of phthalate, and was at a loss to explain how the first reading had been obtained. On Monday October 5th, a second sample from the same tyre was extracted by Board of Control officials, and sent for analysis. On Wednesday October 7th, the laboratory reported that the fresh sample had come up again with a negative result. On Saturday October 10th, Nigel Green was given the go ahead to resume racing.


BriSCA F2 | Updates | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing

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#445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing
BriSCA F2 | Updates | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing BriSCA F2 | Updates | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing BriSCA F2 | Updates | #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing #445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing A sample from Nigel Green's tyre used at the World Final weekend at Buxton was tested along with five others, and returned a result that was significantly higher than all the rest for a chemical called dioctyl phthalate, which has previously been identified as common to most tyre softening products. Nigel Green was then suspended from racing and handed down the 12 month ban that is mandatory for this offence. On Friday October 2nd, the laboratory reported that they had retested Nigel Green's sample and had found no evidence of excessive levels of phthalate, and was at a loss to explain how the first reading had been obtained. On Monday October 5th, a second sample from the same tyre was extracted by Board of Control officials, and sent for analysis. On Wednesday October 7th, the laboratory reported that the fresh sample had come up again with a negative result. On Saturday October 10th, Nigel Green was given the go ahead to resume racing.


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The Board Hearing held at BELLE VUE STADIUM Manchester at 8.pm on the 29th October discussed the video evidence with regard the allegation that Nigel Green deliberately fenced Adam Joyce at Buxton WF
#445 Nigel Green - Tyre Testing A sample from Nigel Green's tyre used at the World Final weekend at Buxton was tested along with five others, and returned a result that was significantly higher than all the rest for a chemical called dioctyl phthalate, which has previously been identified as common to most tyre softening products. #445 Nigel Green


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