Club Championship Supplementary Regulations

  1. The Championship is open to all paid-up club members.
  2. The Championship fee is £10 for the Full Championship or£5 for the Mini Championship and must be paid on registration.
  3. Competitors are free to enter ANY speed event of their choice, whether it be hillclimbs or sprints and are not restricted to WAMC rounds but can enter ANY event throughout the UK but must enter under the WSHC club. .
  4. The WSHC championship is a class-based championship. NO target times will be used, points will be awarded according to competitors’ class positions on each event, whether or not other class competitors are registered for the WSHC championship.
  5. Full Championship will be scored over a competitor’s best submitted seven events, allowing up to ten events to be submitted, meaning up to three drop scores allowable
  6. Mini Championship will be scored over competitors best submitted four events, allowing up to six events to be submitted, meaning up to two drop scores allowable
  7. Competitors are required to submit event results to the coordinator or representative within fourteen days of the event results being published in order for result to be eligible.
  8. Competitors in both the Full and Mini Championship have the option of a joker round. A joker round will double the points scored on one event; however a competitor must inform the coordinator or representative prior to first practice run that they wish to nominate said round as the joker.
  9. A Joker round can NOT become a drop score event and will count on final scores at the Championship conclusion.
  10. Were events have differing class structure e.g.: 1400 to 1800cc or alternatively 1400cc to 2000cc, class position of the competitor within the class on each event will still stand.
  11. A bonus point will be available to any Competitor who wins his/her class by one second or greater to that of the second in class position.
  12. Competitors may change cars during the season provided the cars would remain in the same Championship class.
  13. Competitors must display a minimum of one club / championship sticker — this must be clearly visible when competing.
  14. In the event of a tie, the greater scoring competitor on earliest event will count as the winner.
  15. Each competitor may enter one class and only one of the club championships.