As a result, both teams have been hit with $3,000 fines and the loss of 30 teams' championship points after Jack Le Brocq (Tekno) and Garry Jacobson (Kelly Racing) were found to have breached the regulation.
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Earlier today, officials confirmed that Erebus Motorsport had also fallen foul of the rule with David Reynolds in Race 7 with the same fine and penalty applied.
The report also revealed that Tickford Racing was hit with a $2,000 suspended fine and the loss of 30 points for a tyre infringement on Will Davison's car.
Garry Rogers Motorsport, DJR Team Penske, Brad Jones Racing, Walkinshaw Andretti United and Matt Stone Racing were issued with $1,000 suspended fines for trolley infringements.