Cam Waters has received a time penalty after Race 7 following his involvement in two separate incidents during during Saturday’s race at the Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint.

Waters first found himself off the road after a stoush with Rick Kelly, the pair coming together at together at Turn two, sending Waters over the gravel and damaging the Monster Energy Falcon’s steering.

Stewards investigated the incident after the race, determining that neither driver was wholly to blame.

“The (Deputy Race Director) determined that no Driver was wholly or predominantly to blame for the Incident and that it did not warrant referral to the Stewards,” read the Stewards’ report.

Waters was also engaged in a separate skirmish with James Golding at Turn four, which saw the Garry Rogers Commodore make contact with the wall at corner exit.

In that instance Waters admitted to careless driving, receiving a 15-second time penalty, dropping him to 24th in the Race 7 results. He originally was placed 19th.

Mildura’s main driver Rick Kelly was sitting in 15th place at the end of Saturday.

In race eight of the series on Sunday Craig Lowndes effectively led all the way on the final day of the Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint, Scott McLaughlin finished runner-up, and fellow podium finisher Jamie Whincup took over the championship lead as Shane van Gisbergen suffered with a throttle problem.

Kelly finished in 11th place while Waters finished in 13th place.

In the current supercars drivers’ championship  Cameron Waters is in 14th place with 424 points while Rick Kelly is 18th on 325 points.