1) When granting redress, is it the PC’s role to specify the redress points and/or redress scoring method to be applied? Is the redress purely discretionary, or are there defined points/methods written somewhere that the public can read?
2) If a single race where redress is awarded is counted in more than one series, should the redress be "the same” in each series? The same points or the same methodology? (If there are different numbers of races in each series, the same “averaging” methodology likely could see different points applied in each series, but the method could be the same.) Or, is the PC responsible for specifying how redress is applied to each series, and it very well could be a different method and/or points for each series? Is there a “standard” written down somewhere that the public can read?
3) If an incident (serious collision) occurs between races, and if the "at-fault" boat withdraws from the subsequent race, does that preclude the PC from penalizing the "at fault" boat in the previous race? Does how close in time the incident occurred to the "end" of the prior race vs. the start of the subsequent race enter into the answer?