Super 1600 drivers Kevin Krammes and Erwin Lukas, as well as Super 2000 competitor Petr Fulín have had their times disallowed and will start from the back of the first European Touring Car Cup race tomorrow from the back of the grid.
The three drivers failed to declare the transmission ratios ahead of qualifying and so have had all their times deleted.
Ravenol Team GENA’s Kevin Krammes had claimed pole position in the Super 1600 class and Krenek Motorsport’s Petr Fulín was to start third on the grid behind the two SEAT León TDIs of Fernando Monje and Michal Matĕjovský.
The penalty was of a lesser effect to Krammes’ team-mate Erwin Lukas. The 54-year-old German had qualified 23rd of the 24 runners in qualifying.