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Ryan faces possible sanction for clash

PARKED UP PLUS podcast lifts the lid on possible action over the clash between Barry Ryan and Mark Winterbottom in New Zealand.

13 September 2022

Controversial Erebus Motorsport boss Barry Ryan could be sanctioned for shoving former Supercars champion Mark Winterbottom on live TV at Pukekohe Park Raceway.
Ryan and driver Will Brown clashed with Winterbottom in a heated exchange following a car-wrecking crash on the opening lap of the second race of the ITM Auckland SuperSprint.
They blamed the veteran for causing Brown to spear off into a concrete safety barrier, causing huge damage that threatens Erebus’s Repco Bathurst 1000 preparations.
Ryan was twice seen pushing Winterbottom aside as he forcefully directed him to leave the Erebus garage.
The latest PARKED UP PLUS podcast reveals that Supercars and Motorsport Australia officials are considering taking action against Ryan, who could face a charge of bringing the sport into disrepute.
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The ugly incident was shown live on the broadcast, raising concerns that it was “a bad look” for the sport.

Also in PARKED UP PLUS is the latest outlook for the 2023 Supercars calendar, with some iconic events in danger of missing out.
Plus, a leading player in the Supercars silly season rules himself out and stars farewell Pukekohe Park Raceway.
News, too, of the upcoming reveal of the new-look Gen3 Ford Mustang, which will mimic the revised road car version’s updated appearance.
All this and much more in the latest episode of PARKED UP PLUS, presented by ‘Motorsport Journalist Of The Year’ Mark Fogarty.