2023 EVENTS CALENDAR
Championship will consist of 13, with the 8 best scoring rounds counting towards the final score.
The Championship is open to all members of clubs that are registered with the Association of West Midlands Motor Clubs, and simply requires each competitor to register using the link below. Regulations are available below. The classes for the Championship will be defined by the ‘on the day’ event class listings. Points are awarded based upon your performance in your class, so any of the classes can produce the overall Champion for the year.
All registered competitors will be scored in accordance with the general class applicable to the event on the day.
Scoring will be based on the improvement over target time. Where possible the target time will be based on the class record at the start of the season plus 20 seconds. Where there is no standing record, the organisers reserve the right to calculate and set the target time.
Championship points will be 0.1 for every 0.1 seconds improvement of the target time, up to a maximum of 21 points. A competitor who does not beat the target time will score no points.
Double points will be awarded for the events at Curborough.
The overall winner of the Championship will be the competitor who has accumulated the most points in their best 8 events.
There will be the following trophies available for presentation at the end of the season.
Under 30 Award – This will be awarded to a competitor who is under the age of 30 on the 1st Championship event and who gets the highest amount of points in the 2022 season.
Over 65 Award – This will be awarded to a competitor who is over the age of 65 on the 1st Championship event and who gets the highest amount of points in the 2022 season.
Ladies Award – This will be awarded to the lady who has amassed the most points during the 2022 season.
Competitors will only be eligible to win one of the above trophies in the 2022 season.
2016: Richard Hollingworth
2019: Dean Cubitt
2020: Simon Kirton
2021: Anthony Brown
2022: Anthony Brown