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Pro Stock Driver, Pro Stock Team Fined By NHRA For Rules Infractions
May 15, 2013
Driver Greg Anderson was fined $5000 and penalized 10 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series championship points for a prohibited removal of safety equipment (lifting of the helmet shield).
Pro Stock Driver, Pro Stock Team Fined By NHRA For Rules Infractions

The NHRA has fined a Pro Stock racer and a Pro Stock team for committing rules infractions last weekend at the Summit Racing Equipment NHRA Southern Nationals at Atlanta Dragway.

NHRA Pro Stock driver Greg Anderson was fined $5000 and penalized 10 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series championship points for removal of safety equipment (lifting of helmet shield), which is prohibited from the time the vehicle leaves the starting line until the vehicle is on the return road as outlined
in the 2013 NHRA Rulebook. 
  


The Elite Motorsports Pro Stock team was fined $10,000 and its driver Rickie Jones penalized 25 NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series championship points for improper modification of the Electrimotion Pro Stock Shutoff Controller Kit, required in all Pro Stock vehicles.

The Electrimotion Pro Stock Shutoff Controller Kit is a safety element installed on Pro Stock vehicles to assist an impaired driver in stopping the race vehicle beyond the finish line. Modification or tampering with the Electrimotion Pro Stock Shutoff Controller Kit is strictly prohibited, per the 2013 NHRA Rulebook.

Both fines must be paid in full prior to the driver or team being allowed to participate at any future NHRA events. Both fines are appealable.