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These regulations have since been amended effective 1st Jan 2007

 

Once a competitor has paid his annual subscription by 31st March he/she will

qualify for points and selection to represent T & &T abroad in competition.

 

 

LOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP

 

  At all INTERNATIONAL & NATIONAL race meetings in T & T, points will be awarded from 1 to 8  finishers in each subscribed group of all races using the guidelines set out by the FIA as follows:

 

NB: Five points for paid up entry at the briefing meeting for sprint and ½ Hr endurance races.

      Five points for scrutineering during the designated time as per ASR briefing.

     Two points for pole position and three points for qualifying as per ASR  therefore if you acquire pole your total points will be 5.

(N.B. These bonus points will be added to your sprint points only)

 

 

4 (four) or more cars competing in a class in a race – a fully subscribed race:

 




Endurance Points

1st place

10 pts


1st place

Trophy

12 pts

2nd place

  8 pts


2nd place

Trophy

11 pts

3rd place

  6 pts


3rd place

Trophy

10 pts

4th place

  5 pts


4th place


9 pts

5th place

  4 pts


5th place


8 pts

6th place

  3 pts


6th place


6 pts

7th place

  2 pts


7th place


4 pts

8th place

  1 pt


8th place


3 pts




9th place


2 pts




10th place


1 pts

 


3 (three) cars competing in a class in a race:


2 (Two) Cars competing in a class in a race

1st place

6 pts


1st place 

4 pts

2nd place

4 pts


2nd place

3 pts

3rd place

3 pts










 

  1. Two groups for half hour endurance races.  i.e. (1) Up to 1800 cc      (2) Over 1800 cc
  2. No mandatory Pit stops.
  3. At least half Roll Cage mandatory.
  4. Driving suite, helmet and 2kg and (5lbs fire extinguisher) mandatory.

NB: Group race points will not be added to endurance points.


  Drivers can move up in group IN ANY ROUND OF RACING on race day, but will be eligible for trophies or prizes.

If a group is not fully subscribed on race day, the Race Director will OFFER the place (s) with advisory from the Chief Scrutineer. In the unlikely event that a race cannot be subscribed on race day, the Race Director has the discretion to AWARD 01 (one) point to the lone competitor and any other action deemed appropriate under the prevailing circumstances at the time.

 

  A driver entering more than one car during the year may aggregate his points (scores) only if the car competes in the same Group.    

 

  Should a car be disqualified for illegality, then the next placed car / driver will acquire the points / prizes based on the number of cars remaining in that category.

 

  Drivers must declare their championship group prior to first event of the year for the purpose of allocating

Bonus points.

 

  Should a driver be selected or he or she decides to compete abroad, the points acquired abroad would not be added to TTASA Championship points.  Also no TTASA points would be allocated when competing abroad.  

 


 

 

CHAMPIONSHIP

 

 

TTASA CHAMPION DRIVER:

  The driver accumulating the most amount of points in each Group at Race Meetings, held in Trinidad and Tobago, during the current season i.e. Production, Group 1, Group 2, or Group 3.

 

GROUP CHAMPION DRIVER:

  The drivers’ accumulating  the most points in each of the following groups :

·        Group production

·        Group 1

·        Group 2 

·        Group3

 

TTASA SPORTS PERSONALITY OF THE YEAR:

  The driver who in the opinion of the Management Committee has shown true sportsmanship during

The current season, whilst still accumulating a high number of Championship points.

 

TOM MILLER AWARD – the criteria for the Tom Miller is as follows:

 

 

  • Must be a T & T National. 
  • Can be a competitor or administrator in the sport of Circuit Racing. 
  • Must be a financial member of TTASA. 
  • Must be disciplined at all times. 
  • Should display a high level of sportsmanship. 
  • Should help uplift Motor Sport.
  • The management and/or the membership will nominate candidates, which will be considered and decided by the Management Committee. 
  • Tracmac personnel and the Tom Miller Family will present this award to the successful recipient at the end of the competition year.

 

 

MOST IMPROVED DRIVER:

  The driver who in the opinion of the Management Committee has shown the most improvement during the current season.

 

FCB NOMINEE: (Male & Female) 

  The driver accumulating the highest number of Championship points from Groups 1,  2 & 3 at Race Meetings held both in Trinidad and Tobago and abroad, against foreign competition during the current year, and who has also made a significant contribution to the development of the sport.

 

FASTEST LAP TIME:

  The driver putting up the Fastest Official Lap Time, in each of the Groups / Classes, during any official race in the current season.

 

ENDURANCE CHAMPION

  The driver accumulating the most points for the three hours and half hour endurance races.

 

BEST OVERALL TEAM

Consistency in participating in TTASA Scrutineering

Advertising their race cars on behalf of TTASA at Motor Sport Events

Uniformed /Excellent conduct

Cleanliness and organization in the pit area

Regular podium finishers

 

VETERAN TROPHY

  The driver who has raced regularly i.e. at least three events per year for a period of 25 years

and over has acquired the highest number of sprint championship points in either Group 1,

Group 2 or Group 3. 


 

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