Matt Neal has been reinstated to fourth place for the opening encounter at Snetterton after winning his appeal against a ride-height infringement in qualifying.
The Halfords Yuasa Racing driver lost his fastest time in the session when his Honda Civic Type R was adjudged to have failed the ride-height check early in the session.
With the team racing against the clock to fix the issues, Neal managed to salvage a time good enough for 23rd in the end.
The appeal was based on the fact that a non-official was assisting with the weighing/ride height checking process. The rules state that only registered scrutineers and officials may enter the weighing area.
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