2020 SOLO Results
2020 Jack Williams Tire Company, INC. NEPASCCA Solo Series Results:
2020 Season Points Totals:
2020 NEPASCCA Jack Williams Tire Solo Series Season Points —
2020 NEPASCCA Jack Williams Tire Solo Series Season Points Winners–
2020 NEPASCCA Jack Williams Tire PAX Championship Points–
2020 NEPASCCA Solo Series Class Championship Rules:
–In order to be eligible for a “class trophy” at the end of the season, you must be a current annual SCCA member (not a weekend member), have completed all of your “work assignments” throughout the season, and have run your car in the class best suited for your car in the required minimum number of events. If we run 10-11 events, you need to show up and run in 6 events. If we run 12-13 events, you need to show up and run in 8 events. If we run 14-15 events, you need to show up and run in 10 events. If your regular competition car is “broken”, you can run a “temporary replacement” car in your class a maximum of 2 times as long as the “replacement car” is equal in class or a bump up from a slower class. Although NEPASCCA will allow slower cars to “bump” up as high as they want to a different class, the “bump up” should follow the SCCA’s bump ruling in the handbook and your car should be legal for the class you are bumping to (for example in 2012, 89-91 Honda Civics are no longer allowed to compete in STX even though it appears to be a legal bump) or no year end trophy will be awarded to that driver.
–It is the duty of each competitor to check the rule book regularly to ensure that their vehicle is legal for the class they are competing in. If a valid protest occurs requiring NEPASCCA to change your vehicle from the illegal class to a proper class, we will not move any accumulated points prior to the protest, to your new and proper class. If you made it through enough events to trophy in class with an illegal car without protest(or if you accumulated enough points to trophy before a protest), you will still trophy. Your class competitors should have protested earlier. Besides safety, rules are “competitor policed” in the SCCA.
The “Class Champion” is decided by the driver who has the most number of points at the end of the season from your 7 or 8 (depending on how many total events we ran) best events. If there is a tie, we will add your points from your 9 best events and so on until we reach the total number of events for the season. If still a tie, we will add up all of your PAX times for the season and the lowest PAX time will be given the title of “class champion.” Points are distributed per event in the following order:
10 points — 1st
8 points — 2nd
6 points — 3rd
4 points — 4th
2 points — 5th
1 point — 6th or more