Series Regulations

1. Official Title
2017 MRA Championship Series (herein referred to as “The Championship”).

2. Organising Committee
Motor Racing Australia Pty Ltd
(hereinafter referred to as “The Committee”).

3. Contacts
Correspondence address: PO Box 6400, Silverwater NSW 2128
Telephone: 1300 88 52 74

4. Championship Registration
Registration is free and competitors who compete are automatically registered. Motor Racing Australia reserves the right to exclude some entrants whose vehicles may not be within the spirit of the category.

5. Championship Rounds
The Championship shall consist of a minimum of three rounds and a maximum of six rounds.
The Committee may add, delete or postpone rounds of The Championship if it deems it necessary.
Each championship competitor will have the lowest point scoring round dropped. (Ie, A competitor who does not compete or accumulate points will score zero points. This round will be dropped. If there are more than one occurrences, still only a single round will be dropped)

6. Eligible Drivers
The Championship is open to any competitor that holds a minimum AASA National Licence or CAMS Provisional Clubman Circuit Licence or above.

7. Eligible Cars
All cars must comply with categories specifications.
All cars must have current AASA Passbooks.

8. Point Scoring
Points will be allocated each Round according to the official results provided by each event organiser rounded to the nearest 1/100th of a second.
Trophies on race day shall continue to be awarded by the race promoters to the first 3 outright finishers in the nominated trophy race (if applicable).
MRA points are awarded for each race. The first driver shall be awarded maximum points toward the Championship series.
The points awarded per class are 15, 12, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.
The pole position Qualifier for each class will be awarded one point.
A minimum of 3 MRA Registered cars per class must be entered in the relevant meeting (ie entry paid and scrutineered) for the maximum points to be awarded. If only 2 cars in a class are entered, then maximum points awarded are 12, 10. If only 1 car is entered, then maximum points are 10.
Registrants will receive points for the class for which they have registered, or have been assigned by the Championship Eligibility Officer
The Championship Eligibility Officer can examine registrants’ vehicles at any time.
If a vehicle’s classification is found to have been incorrect in prior rounds, the vehicle is re-classified AND the registrants Vehicle Declaration contained in his/her Registration Form is found to be incorrect, then Class points gained in those rounds will be forfeited and future points will be allocated to the new Class.
If a vehicle’s classification is found to have been incorrect in prior rounds, the vehicle is re-classified AND the registrants Vehicle Declaration contained in his/her Registration Form is found to be correct, then the Class point scores will be amended to reflect that the vehicle had competed in prior rounds in the reclassified Class and future Class points will be allocated to the new Class.
A registrant once having presented his/her vehicle to scrutineering will be deemed to have participated in the event.

Special additional points for 2017 endurance meeting.
Double points will be allocated for the endurance round (29-30th April), in accordance with the below rules.

– Double points will only be allocated to the two one hour endurance races. Sprint races will NOT be included in the point score.
– Points will only be allocated to the Primary Driver (Driver A).
– The Entrant will be deemed as Driver A, unless written permission has been granted.
– Driver A must complete more than 40% of laps achieved in each Endurance Race in order to obtain points

– The entrant must complete a minimum of 5 laps in each endurance race
– The vehicle must finish the race to obtain points.

9. Outright Championship
The MRA Annual Awards Presentation will recognise the Outright Champion, 2nd and 3rd, for categories with more than five registered cars that have competed in the class. In the event of a draw for the title of either Outright Champion or Class Winner, the competitor with the most wins will be declared the winner.
The registrant scoring the highest amount of Outright Championship points will be declared Outright Champion.
In the event of a tie, the Outright Champion will be determined by a count back of race wins.

10. Class Championship
Class Championship points means the aggregate of Class points scored during The Championship.
The registrant in each Class scoring the highest amount of Class Championship points will be declared Class Champion of the relevant class.

In the event of a tie, the Class Champion will be determined by a count back of class placings at those Rounds where the tied registrants did all compete If that fails to break the deadlock, then the tied registrant having the lowest aggregate of times at those Rounds where all the tied registrants did compete shall be declared Champion of the relevant Class.

10.1 SuperTT Classes

Classes for SuperTT will be based on engine capacity and tyre types as listed below;
O2S – Over 2L running on Slick tyres
O2T – Over 2L running on treaded tyres
U2S – Under 2L running on Slick tyres
U2T – Under 2L running on treaded tyres

A competitor is able to change classes at any time, however points are not transferable to the new class.
If a competitor changes classes, the points will be automatically applied to the new classes and the total of both class points will not count towards the outright championship.

In the event that a competitor who runs in a slick tyre class runs a treaded tyre, points will still be allocated to the slick class. This is deemed a disadvantage for the competitor to run a treaded tyre in a slick class. This rule allows for consistency, especially when running on a ‘wet’ track.

 

11. Registrants’ Responsibilities

Registrants undertake to:
Abide by the applicable Championship Rules, including requirements for substitute/changed vehicles.
Display in a prominent position on their cars any promotional sticker(s) provided, and
Conduct themselves in a responsible manner

12. Final determination

In the event that a dispute arises, these rules will be used and the final determination will be made by Motor Racing Australia.