The 2016 NSW Club Series / NSW Drivers Championship
The 2016 Club Series is a interclub Series and Drivers Championship for 1/10th Electric Off-Road Buggys and Trucks in NSW.
Meetings will be hosted and run by each of the Nominated clubs, and they will be responsible for that meeting in all areas.
Each club has agreed to be responsible for Race Control, Scrutineering, Grid Listings, Race Director (A Finals), Canteen, Track and Marshalling points.
The competition is open to all Drivers from AARCMCC affiliated Clubs in NSW.
The dates agreed to are as follows,
Club Series Round 1, Castle Hill 3rd of April – due to Easter falling on the last weekend in March
Club Series Round 2, Maitland 29th of May
Club Series Round 3, Ryde 31st July
Club Series Round 4, St Ives 21st August
Note: AARCMCC NSW State Championships to be held at Ryde on 10-11 September
Junior 2wd stock
No cross entering between Stock & Mod Buggy Classes.
Tyres are open for all classes.
As with all major meets there is no cross entering between Stock and Mod classes with the exception of the Truck Classes.
Three qualifiers and three mains for ‘A” Finals, B and C finals will be aiming for 2 finals, but may be reduced to 1 if time becomes a factor. Drivers briefing at 7.15am, racing to commence at 730am.
Entry fees reduced to $20 for first class and $15 for second class
No trophies will be awarded at individual rounds (except for medallions for juniors) but end of year trophies will still be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each class.
Maximum 2 entries per driver
Junior stock = 1 heat
2wd stock = 3 heats
2wd mod = 2 heats
4wd stock = 2 heats
4wd mod = 3 heats
Stadium truck = 1 heat
2wd SCT = 1 heat
Note: An extra heat for one class may be added depending on demand.
When entries are opened, each club will have a guaranteed 2 entries per heat for the first week, eg in 2wd stock each club has a guaranteed 6 entries available, the system won’t let people enter once that limit has been reached. After 1 week, entries will be opened up for anyone to enter.
Points System: will stay the same as it was last year using the MotoGP method,
1st 25 points
2nd 20 points
3rd 16 points
4th 13 points
5th 11 points
6th 10 points
7th 9 points
8th 8 points
9th 7 points
10th 6 points
11th 5 points
12th 4 points
13th 3 points
14th 2 points
15th 1 point