Poll: Should Karting Penalties Be Made Public?

A fair bit of discussion resulted from the US Pro Kart Series publishing a bulletin that named names and detailed penalties issued at their recent Texas GP karting event. This included the name of a driver who has been banned for 12 months, plus the reason for ban.

More about that (and the full USPKS bulletin) was published last week HERE.

But it begs the question for Australian karting – should penalties be made public? Should there be full transparency for people (drivers, crew and officials) who have received or been found guilty of penalties/offences? Or should these be private matters settled behind closed doors?


Like everything, there are arguments for and against. What do you think?