In rallying, start is signaled by electronic clock, which also uses lights similar to those in F1. 20 cm in front of this clock is light beam and if driver crosses that beam before clock shows zero, he is deemed to have jumped the start and receives penalty. For season 2000 penalty was dropped from one minute to ten seconds.
Acronym for Junior World Championship, a special category for young drivers using front-wheel drive, normally aspirated 1600cc cars (see Super 1600). Inaugural champion for 2001 was Sebastien Loeb.