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The team did a good job," he said."I've gotten heaps of messages, heaps of support from people since the win."Family, friends, even people I don't know, it's been awesome."Rullo got off to a good start in the final race but battled with the leader for about four or five laps until the driver's vehicle caught fire."It was only for a couple of seconds, just a bit of oil, but he was OK," he said."The driver went off the track and I took the lead ...and just [brought] it home."Speeds at the Victorian raceway can hit 216 kilometres per hour.In his application for a licence the complainant declared that he had no sight in his right eye.He underwent a full medical examination as required by the respondent.
The complainant, Dennis Rigon has no sight in his right eye.A Perth teenager has become the youngest driver to win a national Confederation of Australian Motorsports (CAMS) circuit racing event.Alex Rullo claimed victory yesterday in round two of the third-tier V8 Touring Car Series at Winton Raceway in Victoria.The decision refusing to renew the complainant's licence was in accordance with the 1997 CAMS Medical Standards (exhibit 1 at 48) which relevantly provide: "Visual acuity (before or after correction) sight for each eye should be at least 6/9.Furthermore, any subject whose visual acuity in one eye only is diminished and cannot be corrected and who necessarily has collateral vision, whether corrected or not, equal to or greater than 6/6, may be assessed as fit under the following conditions and after examination by an opthamologist: * field of vision equal to or greater than 200 degrees * functional stereoscopic vision * condition of the fundus excluding pigmentary retinal damage * any old or congenital damage shall be strictly unilateral Blindness in one eye is absolutely forbidden and shall be assessed as unfit.
The complainant seeks the following relief: (i) an order requiring the respondent to consider his application for a general competition Formula Ford licence without the application of the policy that persons with only sight in one eye are ineligible; or (ii) an order requiring the respondent to grant the complainant's application for the licence; and (iii) an apology; and (iv) compensation.