What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

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What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

Post by Tom Kamman » Thu Jul 25, 2019 8:59 am

So I’ve only made two events this year in CAM-S but am looking to make as many as possible the rest of the year, I looked as many places as I could find, but can’t find what the minimum number of events to qualify this year would be? Will the two Santa Anita events change that number (or help me reach it) ?

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Re: What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

Post by Rick Brown » Thu Jul 25, 2019 12:15 pm

Tom Kamman wrote:
Thu Jul 25, 2019 8:59 am
So I’ve only made two events this year in CAM-S but am looking to make as many as possible the rest of the year, I looked as many places as I could find, but can’t find what the minimum number of events to qualify this year would be? Will the two Santa Anita events change that number (or help me reach it) ?

7.6 NUMBER OF EVENTS SCORED
A competitor shall compete in at least one half (1/2) of all Championship events held in the
season to be eligible for year-end awards. A competitor will drop their lowest event scores at the
rate shown in Appendix D. Any event for which an entrant qualifies for an average shall be
considered an attended event.

In the past, if it's an uneven number, we round down, i.e., 6 of 13.
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Re: What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

Post by Mike Simanyi » Thu Jul 25, 2019 3:08 pm

In addition, the class has to meet section 7.2 requirements for the events you attend:

7.2 CLASS Separate Classes exist for women that choose to participate in Ladies classes. For the purposes of Regional Championship Points Calculations:
  • a. An Open Class consists of a minimum of three drivers.
  • b. A Ladies Class consists of a minimum of three drivers.
  • c. A Junior Class consists of a minimum of two drivers. However,a Junior class must have three drivers to be eligible for Team Challenge points.

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Re: What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

Post by Tom Kamman » Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:15 pm

Ok so do at least three drivers need to be at each event for it to count? Will Santa Anita count towards final number of events?

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Re: What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

Post by Rick Brown » Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:53 pm

Tom Kamman wrote:
Thu Jul 25, 2019 9:15 pm
Ok so do at least three drivers need to be at each event for it to count? Will Santa Anita count towards final number of events?
Yes, Santa Anita will count and assuming we will have an October event at Santa Anita, that will be 13 for the year so you need to compete in at least 6 events and those 6 must have had at least 3 drivers. The two events you've attended so far did qualify, so you need to attend at least 4 of the remaining 7, and hope the Cadenheads or Bryant and Mihail attend the same ones.
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Re: What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

Post by Tom Kamman » Thu Jul 25, 2019 10:18 pm

Thank you!

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Re: What is the minimum number of events this year to qualify for a year end trophy?

Post by Thomas Guest Jr. » Thu Aug 01, 2019 12:23 pm

Damn, I was hoping to squeeze out a season champ despite having just got here, but looks like that may be rough in Street Prepared with only me and my codriver this weekend.

Anyone want to co-co-drive a poorly prepared, poorly tired, generally uncomfortable 2000 Celica GT?

**I know you "can't" run more than 2 drivers**

****Still excited****

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