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Insubordination penalties will be given for actions which demonstrate a disregard for the authority of the referees and officials, whether intentional or not. Examples of insubordination include, but are not limited to, failure to leave the track for a penalty, failure to leave the floor after fouling out, and the use of contemptuous speech directed at an official.
No Impact / No Penalty
6.14.1 - Intentionally committing an Illegal Procedure is not insubordination and must not be penalized as such.
6.14.5 - The repeated use of obscene, profane, or abusive language or gestures directed at an official.
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