Hi everyone. Wishing to all that this 2022 will bring the end of this worldwide virus crap.
So, here the point; a case just in my mind, not happened, yet, but it might, one day:
A boat crosses the finishing line, say on 3rd positon. Then, sailing up and down waiting for the second race, crosses again the finishing line. RC scores the boat at the second passage, say 23rd..
The boat ask the RC to correct the "mistake", and RC refuses, saying that for RC, a boat may correct some mistakes after crossing th efinishiing line (i.e. 2 turns on a yellow flag, touching a mark, other penalties) and then "finish", so for RC the second passage on the finishing line is the one to be considered as the good one.
Boat insists, saying not true, just passing by mistake, and bringing testimony.
RC says he can correct scoring if they recognizes there is a mistake made by RC itself, but not correct mistakes made by boats; listening to testimonies it means an audience, and RC do not make audience. And RC do not gives redress. Refer to PC
Boat ask PC for redress, for his score ""made significantly worse"" and asking for his 3rd place.
PC deny redress, as not compying with RRS 62.1 "" through no fault of her own "" and not complying also with 62.1 a)
On my way of thinking, RC and PC acted correctly.
What's your opinion?