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MSF Racing Series 2016 Regulations – Sporting Regs

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SPORTING REGULATIONS – UPDATED 15 April 2016
(The regulations are subject to change, which will be published via Additional Supplementary Regulations – ASR) 

SPORTING REGULATIONS

(The regulations are subject to change, which will be published via Additional Supplementary Regulations – ASR.)

1.      STATUS AND PERMIT NUMBER

This is an AAM-inscribed Club Status event. Certain rounds may be upgraded to National status depending on participation. Permit numbers will be released per round.

This competition is held under the Sporting Code of the National Competition Rules of the Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) and any Additional Supplementary Regulations published from time to time.

2.      ORGANISER

Kelab Kart Selangor & Wilayah Persekutuan
No. 14, Jalan Landak 20/13
40000 Shah Alam
Selangor.

Attention:
Honorable Secretary
Mohamad Kasim Bin Abdul

3.      PROMOTER

Matrix Motorsports Promotion Sdn Bhd 508407-T
29 Jalan PJU 3/45, Sunway Damansara Technology Park
47810,  Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Tel : +603 7731 7244
Email : general@ignition.my

4.      ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS

Competitors in possession of a valid competition licence issued by the Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) for Circuit Racing.

Competitors in possession of a valid competition licence issued from neighbouring ASN.

The organiser reserves the right to reject any entry in accordance with the National Competition Rules (NCR) of the AAM. There is no appeal against their decision.

5.      VENUE AND RACE DISTANCE

Venue : Sepang F1 Circuit or Sepang North or South Circuit or J-Circuit or TBA
Length : 5.56lm (F1) or 2.706km (North) or 2.609km  (South)

Each round will be run with either one of the following formats (to be confirmed via Additional Supplementary Regulations):

  • SPRINT
  • Distance of races are based on category.  There will be 2 heats of the same:
    – Special Kei, Super 1500 NA, Saga Cup 1500 NA : 4 laps Sepang F1 Circuit or J-Circuit
    – All other categories: 5 laps Sepang F1 Circuit or J-Circuit
  • ENDURO
  • 35 minute endurance. All categories.
    – All ENDURO are 2-Driver events. The Guest Driver must be non MSF Championship contender from the same category and same year. It is compulsory for both Drivers to drive in the Enduro format.
    – In the 35 minute Enduro format, there will be a Driver Change window from minute 10 till minute 25. Driver change is compulsory. Tyre change and refuelling is not permitted.

6.      TITLE OF EVENT AND DATES

MSF Racing Series

a)            Round 1 – 5 June 2016
b)            Round 2 – 30 July 2016
c)            Round 3 – 16 October 2016 : Enduro Round
d)            Round 4 – 27 November 2016 : Finale

7.      EVENT PROGRAMME

Time MSF Racing Supporting Events
0800 MSF Racing Registration Open TRACK DAY Registration Open
0845 TRACK DAY Safety Briefing
0900 MSF Racing Scrutineering Open TRACK DAY Session 1 Starts
1055 TRACK DAY Session 1 Ends
1100 TRACK DAY Session 2 Starts
1200 MSF Racing Registration Close
1230 MSF Racing Driver’s Briefing
1255 TRACK DAY Session 2 Ends
1300 Circuit Inspection
1315 Practice & Qualifying – Special Kei, Saga Cup, Super 1500 NA
(25 mins)
1345 Practice & Qualifying – Street 1600 NA, Proton 1800 NA,
Street Tuned, Super Street
(25 mins)
1415 Practice & Qualifying – Race Cars 1600, 1800, Open
(25 mins)
1445 Race 1 – Special Kei, Saga Cup, Super 1500 NA
(4 laps)
1515 Race 1 – Street 1600 NA, Proton 1800 NA,
Street Tuned, Super Street
(5 laps)
1545 Race 1 – Race Cars 1600, 1800, Open
(5 laps)
1630 Race 2 – Special Kei, Saga Cup, Super 1500 NA
(4 laps)
1700 Race 2 – Street 1600 NA, Proton 1800 NA,
Street Tuned, Super Street
(5 laps)
1730 Race 2 – Race Cars 1600, 1800, Open
(5 laps)
1800 Prize Giving Ceremony

8.      ELIGIBLE VEHICLES & CATEGORIES

Car: Any 4-wheeled production-based vehicle classified as a car excluding kit cars;

  • Special Kei – Front/Mid/Rear Engine, FWD/RWD /4WD cars below 1000cc, high volume unibody monocoque chassis only. Refer to Technical regulations for specific modification, capacities & engines formulation and tire sizes. 4-lap race per heat.
  • Super 1500 NA – Front/Mid/Rear Engine, FWD/RWD /4WD cars below 1500cc, high volume unibody monocoque chassis only. (Lotus Elise/Exige/ Ariel Atom/KTM X-Bow/Radical etc do not qualify). Refer to Technical regulations for specific capacities & engines formulation and tire sizes. 4-lap race per heat.
  • Saga Cup 1500 NA – Sub-category within Super 1500 NA. 1984-2007 Saga cars below 1500cc. Strictly naturally aspirated engines only. Refer to Technical regulations for specific modification, capacities & engines formulation and tire sizes. 4-lap race per heat.
  • Proton 1800 NA – Proton car and engine vehicles only, must be a production-based Proton vehicle. Refer to Technical regulations for specific capacities & engines formulation and tire sizes. 5-lap race per heat.
  • Street Tuned Limited– Front/Mid/Rear Engine, FWD/RWD /4WD cars, high volume unibody monocoque chassis only (Lotus Elise/Exige/ Ariel Atom/KTM X-Bow/Radical etc do not qualify). Refer to Technical regulations for specific capacities & engines formulation and tire sizes. 5-lap race per heat.
  • Street 1600 Limited – Sub-category within Street Tuned. Maximum capacity 1600cc. Refer to Technical regulations for specific capacities & engines formulation. 5-lap race per heat.
  • SuperStreet Limited – Front Engine, FWD/RWD/4WD cars, high volume unibody saloon cars. Refer to Technical regulations for specific capacities & engines formulation and tire sizes. 5-lap race per heat.
  • Race Cars – Racing and competition-prepared cars. Low Volume Sportscars will be categorised in Class 1. No street cars permitted. 5-lap race per heat.
    There will be 3 sub-categories

    • Open  Above 1900cc.
    • 1800 1900cc and Below
    • 1600 1600cc and Below, specific regulations, vehicles 2006 and above

9.      ENTRIES

  • Entries open 1 month prior to event date and close at 5pm Saturday, 1 week before the event. Any Entries received after this day is considered Late Entry and will incur Late Charges of additional RM 100.
  • Entries will be accepted up to the maximum number of allowable participants.
  • Special Kei, Super 1500 NA, and Saga Cup 1500 NA categories RM400 per entry (plus 6% GST) plus RM100 Transponder Rental. Refundable deposit of RM100 for transponder is required.
  • All other categories RM450 per entry (plus 6% GST) plus RM100 Transponder Rental. Refundable deposit of RM100 for transponder is required.
Race Category Entry Fee Only Entry Fee + Transponder
4 Laps Categories
400.00
500.00
+ GST
424.00
530.00
5 Laps Categories
450.00
550.00
+ GST
477.00
583.00
  • Late Entry after 5pm the Saturday one-week before the event will be charged additional RM100 per entry.
  • Entries on event day on accepted on a ‘special case’ basis and will be charged additional RM 200 per entry.
  • Payment must be made by cash only. No payments in cheques will be accepted. The decision of the organisers on all matters of payment is final.
  • Competitors are responsible for sending correct and complete entries with the correct entry fees prior to the entry closing dates.
  • If two drivers wish to share one vehicle for a race weekend, the following rules will apply-:
    1. Both drivers must sign on as Entrants for the race meeting and attend the Driver’s briefing, and may share the entry fee for the car.
    2. Both drivers may participate in the Practice Session.
    3. Both drivers are able to score points in the Championship for the registered Competition Number
    4. Either or both drivers may drive during the heats. It is NOT necessary for both drivers to drive.
    5. Championship points are awarded to the Competition Number that belongs to the Driver + Car combination.
      – To maintain Championship Points with a particular combination based on Competition Number, at minimum either the Car or the Driver must be maintained.
      – Example case: Ahmad starts the year with Competition Number 33, driving his Blue Honda Civic EK9.
      – Next race, Ahmad can drive but the car is spoilt, and chooses to borrow Mutusamy’s car which is a White Honda Jazz, and run under #33. This is acceptable because the Driver is maintained by the Car + Driver combo.
      + Next race, Ahmad cannot drive and nominates Ah Kow to drive the Blue Honda Civic EK9 #33. This is acceptable because the Car is maintained by the Car + Driver combo.
      + The following race, Ahmad cannot drive and the car is spoilt. Ah Kow chooses to borrow Mutusamy’s car, the  White Honda Jazz, and run under #33. This is NOT ACCEPTABLE because neither the Car nor the Driver is maintained. This would be a completely different Car + Driver combo.
  • Please submit entries to

Secretary of The Meet
Mohamad Kasim Bin Abdul
Honorable Secretary
Kelab Kart Selangor & Wilayah Persekutuan
No. 14, Jalan Landak 20/13
40000 Shah Alam
Selangor.

  • Acceptances of entry are at the sole discretion of the organisers. The Organiser reserves the right to refuse an entry. If less than 6 entries are registered for any category, the organiser reserves the right to cancel or amalgamated the said category.
  • It is a condition of entry that competitors have no right to any claims against the Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) and its Officials, the Organising Club and its Officials, Sepang Circuit, Promoter and Sponsors. And any one carrying out their duties.
  • The entry fee may be refunded under the following conditions: –
    • Refusal of entry.
    • Entry fee will not be refunded for participant who has excluded from the race due to any type infringement.

10.  COMPETITORS BRIEFING

  • It is compulsory for all participating drivers and riders to attend the Competitors briefing for the event. Failing to do so will merit an exclusion from the event.
  • The organiser will confirm the exact date, time and venue of the briefing.
  • The Clerk of the Course reserves the right to organise a special briefing in addition to the compulsory briefing.

11.  SCRUTINEERING

  • All vehicles must comply with the MSF Technical Regulations. Refer to the said regulations for each category.
  • All stickers requirement as stated by the Promoter / Organiser must be properly placed on the vehicle prior to the scrutineering.
  • All vehicles will be issued with an “OK” sticker by the Scrutineers once the scrutineering has been successfully completed.
  • Throughout the entire duration of the event, the vehicle must comply with the Technical Regulations in all points. Engines may be sealed and the organiser may impound vehicles for further examination.
  • Any vehicle, which after having passed scrutineering, is damaged, must be re-presented to the Scrutineers after repair and be approved in order to be allowed to continue.
  • The Organiser reserves the right to strip and measure any vehicle and engine after the race at the cost of the Team.
  • All participants MUST carry the Organiser’s transponder or Personal MyLAPS transponder for the timing. The Organiser’s transponder unit must be returned after the event in order to claim the RM 100.00 security deposit. Failure to return transponder immediately after the event will subject in forfeit of the RM100.00 security deposit. The circuit operator may also charge the full amount of the transponder unit to the participants that fail to return the unit.
  • All vehicles must display Driver Identification Sheet on Rear Door Glass. Drivers must provide a Passport sized photo to be applied to the Driver Identification Sheet.
  • Participants are allowed to use personal Mylaps Transponders. Transponder number must be provided to Scrutineering before Practice Session.

12.  OFFICIALS OF THE MEETING

Event Director                                           :               Adian Yein Khalid
Race Director                                            :               TBA
AAM Steward 1                                         :               TBA
AAM Steward 2                                        :               TBA
Clerk of the Course                                  :               TBA
Secretary of the Meet                              :               TBA
Assistant Secretary of the Meet            :               Norfadilah binti Zainal Abidin
Chief Time Keeper                                  :               Mazran Zulkifly
Chief Scrutineer                                       :               Faizal Izhar
Chief Course Marshal                             :               TBA
Chief Medical Officer                             :               TBA

 

13.  RACE FORMATS & METHOD OF RUNNING

Each round will be run with either one of the following formats (to be confirmed via Additional Supplementary Regulations).
Vehicles will be lined up in the pit lane in their respective categories based on starting order.

  • Cars Sprint Starting Order

Qualifying Heat

  • Start will be ROLLING START
  • Starting position for Qualifying Heat will be based on fastest lap achieved in the Practice & Qualifying session. The fastest time will start from the 1st position, followed by 2nd fastest time in 2nd position, and so on and so forth
  • Grid will be lined up at the Gridding Area close to the Pit Exit, before proceeding to Rolling Start procedure.

Final Heat

  • Start will be STANDING GRID START
  • Starting position for Final Heat will be based on the results in Qualifying Heat.
  • Grid will be lined up at the Gridding Area close to the Pit Exit, before proceeding behind C0ntrol Car to starting grid on the circuit.
  • Starting grid on the circuit will stand for 3-minutes
    – 1 minute board will be shown, at which everyone is to clear the grid area
    – 10 second board will be shown once all is clear
    – Red lights will be lit. Between 3 – 7 seconds later the red lights will go off, and the race is deemed to have started.
  • Cars Enduro Starting Order (Rolling Start)

Practice & Qualifying

  • Lap Times during the Practice session will be considered and taken into account for the starting position of the Enduro.

35-minute Enduro

  • Starting positions for the Enduro will be based on quickest timed single lap during Practice & Qualifying session. The fastest time will start from the 1st position, followed by 2nd fastest time in 2nd position, and so on and so forth.

Rolling Start Procedure

  • Cars will be lined up at the Pit Exit in the start Formation behind the Control car.
  • Cars are to exit the Pit in formation behind Control car.
  • Any car that has missed the start Formation would only be able to start from the Pitlane once race has commenced.
  • Cars are PROHIBITED from weaving excessively prior to the start.
  • Formation is to be maintained from Turn 5 until start of race.
  • Rolling start format, Control Car will enter the pit lane at beginning of Formation lap.
  • Lead cars to maintain 60km/h side-by-side until Acceleration Zone.
    • Lead cars may only increase speed within Acceleration Zone.
    • Race begins with Green Light. Overtaking will be allowed from Green Light.
      Race ends with Chequered flag at end of stipulated laps.
    • After completion of race, to immediately SLOW DOWN and head directly into the pits. Anyone who crosses the chequered flag Finish line twice will be penalised and may be excluded from race results.
    • Positions based on total race times.

Finishing a Race

  • When the leading vehicle has completed the designated number of laps for the race, he will be shown a chequered flag by an official standing at the finish line, at track level. The chequered flag will continue to be displayed to the subsequent drivers. When the chequered flag is shown to the leading driver, no other driver will be permitted to enter the track from the pit lane. As soon as the chequered flag is shown to the leading driver, the red light will be switched on at the pit lane exit and a marshal showing a red flag will stand in the pit lane exit. If a driver(s) closely precedes the leader during the final lap before the finish line, the official will show to the driver(s) and to the leader simultaneously the Chequered flag and the Blue flag. That means that the race is finished for the leader while the driver(s) closely preceding the leader has (have) to complete the final lap and take the Chequered flag.
  • In case of a photo-finish between two, or more, drivers, the decision shall be taken in favour of the competitor whose front wheel leading edge crosses the plane of the finish line first. In case of ties, the drivers concerned will be ranked in the order of the best lap time made during the race.
  • The results will be based on the order in which the drivers cross the line and the number of laps completed.
  • To be counted as a finisher in the race and be included in the results a driver must: a) Complete 75% of the race distance. b) Cross the finish line on the race track under the machine’s power (not in the pit lane) within five minutes of the race winner. The driver must be in contact with his machine.
  • A new lap record for a circuit can only be established by a driver during a race.
  • Both for practice and for race, the lap time is the subtraction of the time between two consecutive crossings of the finish line painted on the track.

Parc Ferme (Check Area)

  • At the end of the race, or the final part of a race that has been interrupted, the Top-3 classified cars must be removed to a check area pending inspection by the Technical Stewards / Chief Scrutineer or potential protests. Machines will normally be released from the check area 15 minutes after the finish of the race.
  • Any car that is meant to go through Parc Ferme and does not do so, will be disqualified with no protest permitted.

Red Flag

  • In the case of Red Flag within the first 3 laps, the race will be restarted based on the positions on the last completed lap, for the remaining laps.
  • If the Red Flag situation happened on the lap just before the final lap (lap 3 if 4 lap race; lap 4 if 5 lap race) the finishing order is decided based on the finishing positions from the lap before that (if lap 4 of a 5 lap race, results are based on position at end of lap 3).
  • Laps completed are determined by the lead car.

14.  STOPPING A RACE

  • Should it become necessary to stop a race or practice by the Clerk of the Course (COC) with the Steward’s consent, it will be done with the red flag at the start line and all flag posts.
  • During a race all vehicles will proceed slowly to the Grid area in Pitlane to grid for a re- start.
  • If a race is stopped, an extension in time or session may not be given. No protest will be accepted in this case.

15.  RESUMING A RACE

  • Case A: Less than 4 (or 3) full laps.

o   The positions at the end of the last full lap before the red flag was shown will count to reforming the new grid to restart and continue to complete the requisite 5 laps in total.
o   All participating competitors will be allowed to re-start the race. No spare car will be allowed. Original cars may be worked on.

  • Case B: 4 (or 3) full laps completed.

o    The race will be deemed to be finished.
o   The results will be based on the last full lap before the red flag was shown.

16.  DRIVING STANDARDS

Dangerous Driving is absolutely prohibited.

Participants guilty of these incidents will be excluded from the race results with immediate effect.
Participants guilty of these incidents will be fined and could be banned from any future participation by events.
Third party video MAY BE considered as evidence during investigation for Dangerous Driving and / or circuit misbehaviour / misdemeanours.

Dangerous Driving is:

  • Bumping and nudging.
  • Weaving on the straights to block the driver behind. Basically, any form of blocking.
  • Speeding or Burn Outs in the Pit Lane.
  • Driving in the opposite direction in the Pit Lane.
  • Entering the Pit Lane through the Pit Lane exit.

Driver(s) involved in any on track incidents, will be required to meet the Clerk of Course to explain the incidents. Failure to meet CoC may result in disqualification.

Please refer to MSF SERIES SPORTING CODE & GUIDELINES TO DRIVING DISCIPLINE & OVERTAKING for further definitions and guides for driving discipline (CLICK HERE TO VIEW).

17.  PITLANE SAFETY, PIT STOPS, REFUELLING AND REPAIRS

  • The outer lane is to be kept unobstructed to allow safe passage of cars at all times. Stopping in this lane is prohibited.  The onus shall be on all drivers to take all due care.  The speed limit is 20km/h.
  • No repairs or refuelling will be allowed in the pit lane. Any repairs must be conducted in the pits.
  • Large umbrellas may be used along the signalling wall to protect from rain and night. They must be securely tied to the railing along the pit signalling area.
  • Anyone found to be intoxicated will be barred from entry to the paddock.

18.  ORGANISERS AND PROMOTERS RIGHTS

  • The organisers and/or promoters may abandon, cancel or postpone the event due to unforeseen circumstances.
  • The organisers and/or promoters may cancel any category, which has less than 5 cars or amalgamate them with another category at the discretion of the organisers.
  • The organisers and/or promoters may exclude any vehicle which not complies with the scrutineer standard.
  • The organisers and/or promoters have the right to stop the event or any driver for any reason with the Stewards Consent.
  • The organisers and/or promoters are indemnified from any participants having any contacts/collision with another car(s) and/or damage to the circuit.  These will have to be settled privately between parties involved.
  • Damages to circuit facilities or equipment as result of contacts/collision will be borne by the parties involved.

19.  SAFETY EQUIPMENT AND PITS

  • The pit allocation will be done by the organisers and the decision is final.
  • Drivers and crew must be properly attired in pits. Minimum acceptable: T-shirt, Jeans and Shoes (slippers are not allowed in the pits.)
  • Pit to driver radio communication is permitted.
  • Anyone found intoxicated in the pits and paddock will be removed from the circuit
  • Children below 16 years old are not allowed on the pitwall or pitlane.

20.  ADVERTISING

  • Competitors are obliged to carry the main sponsor and co-sponsor stickers (to be announced) at designated spaces on the car. The decision of the organisers is final.  Stickers must be in position before a car can be scrutineered.
  • Any other advertising carried by a competitor must be declared to the organisers for approval. The organisers’ decision on this matter is final.
  • Rejection Fees for not carrying sponsors decals is as follows:
    • Title Sponsor: RM1000.00
    • Series Sponsor: RM500.00 per co-sponsor.
    • Official Tyre Partner: RM500.00
    • If do not agree to the above, vehicle will be disqualified and entry fee will be returned less 50%  penalty for administration costs.

21.  PENALTIES AND PROTEST.

  • Any scrutineering misdemeanour: start from back of the grid for the Qualifying Heat and RM 100 fine.
  • Any safety scrutineering misdemeanour (eg cut-off switch that does not work or no helmet): entrant will be disqualified, entry fee will be returned less 50% penalty for administrative costs.
  • Late for Scrutineering: start from back of the grid for the Qualifying Heat and RM 100 fine for late arrival
  • Exceeding the pit lane speed limit, participant will be fined & may be excluded from the events.
  • For Dangerous driving, participant will be fined a minimum RM500 & may be excluded from the events for first offence.
  • For bumping another competitor, first offence, Drivers will be fined a minimum RM500 and have their championship points deducted. For a second offence, drivers will be banned from future MSF Racing events.
  • For Jump Start, accelerating before the Green Light is shown, 20 seconds will be added to the total race time.
  • For accelerating before the Acceleration Zone, 20 seconds will be added to the total race time.
  • For crossing the Start/Finish line for a second or more after Practice/Qualifying or Race heats, 20 seconds will be added to the best laptime or total race time.
  • No Protest on the start positions or incidents on track will be entertained.
  • Provoking a fight: Exclusion from race + Ban of Team and team members from MSF for up to 12 months +RM2,000.00
  • Retaliating in a fight: Exclusion + RM2,000.00
  • Smoking & drinking alcohol in Pit Area: Ejection from pit area + RM300.00
  • Illegal parking at Paddock area: RM100.00
  • Other offences: At Stewards discretion
  • Protests, if any, must be lodged in accordance with the stipulations of the National Competition Rules (NCR) of the Automobile Association of Malaysia (AAM) as this is not International status. Under strict respect of the protest time of 30 minutes, all protests must be lodged in writing and handed to the Clerk of the Course or if not possible, to the Stewards of the Meeting. Protest time is 30 minutes from posting of provisional results. The Organiser reserves the right to strip any vehicle/engine after the race at the cost of the Team.
  • Protest fee of RM500 & Engine Stripping fee of RM1,000 (Car) must accompany the Protest letter. Only 3 personnel from the protested team may assist the Driver/Entrant in stripping the vehicle/engine. Only the Protester and 1 personnel may attend the engine stripping and measuring. A form declaring the attending personnel(s) must be filled up. Any measuring will be done by the Officials in the team’s presence.
  • Engine capacity may not exceed +0.5% of the allowed capacity in any particular category.
  • Notice of appeal must be given within 1 hour upon the publication of the protest finding by the Stewards of the Meeting. This must be accompanied with the appeal fee of RM2,500.00.
  • Protests against decisions of the timekeepers, judges of fact as well as collective protests are not admitted.
  1. TROPHIES & PRIZES 

Individual Rounds

  • In each round the Top-5 Finishers in each Category and Sub category will be awarded a Trophy.
  • If there are less than 8 entries in a Category or Sub-Category, the organisers will only issue trophies for the Top-3 finishers.
  • If there are less than 3 entries in a Category or Sub-Category, the organisers have the right to not award trophies.

Driver & Car Championship

  • Championship points will be awarded in to each competing Driver + Car combination, based on Competition Number, in each Category:
    – Championship points are awarded to the Competition Number that belongs to the Driver + Car combo.
    – To maintain Championship Points with a particular combination based on Competition Number, at minimum either the Car or the Driver must be maintained.
    – Example case: Ahmad starts the year with Competition Number 33, driving his Blue Honda Civic EK9.
    + Next race, Ahmad can drive but the car is spoilt, and chooses to borrow Mutusamy’s car which is a White Honda Jazz, and run under #33. This is acceptable because the Driver is maintained by the Car + Driver combo.
    + Next race, Ahmad cannot drive and nominates Ah Kow to drive the Blue Honda Civic EK9 #33. This is acceptable because the Car is maintained by the Car + Driver combo.
    + The following race, Ahmad cannot drive and the car is spoilt. Ah Kow chooses to borrow Mutusamy’s car, the  White Honda Jazz, and run under #33. This is NOT ACCEPTABLE because neither the Car nor the Driver is maintained. This would be a completely different Car + Driver combo.
  • Championship Points will be awarded following the completion of Qualifying Heats of each category.
  • The Championship Points are as follows:

QUALIFYING HEATS POINTS
1st    :           100pts
2nd  :            85pts
3rd   :           75pts
4th   :           65pts
5th   :           55pts
6th   :           50pts
7th   :           45pts
8th   :           40pts
9th   :           35pts
10th:           30pts
11th:           25pts
12th:           20pts
13th:           15pts
14th:           10pts
15th:           5pts

  • Bonus Points are also awarded in the Qualifying Heats.
    Fastest Lap: 5 Points for fastest lap in the Qualifying Heat.
  • Championship Points will be awarded following the completion of Final Heats of each category.
  • The Championship Points are as follows:

FINAL HEATS POINTS
1st    :           200pts
2nd  :            170pts
3rd   :           150pts
4th   :           130pts
5th   :           110pts
6th   :           100pts
7th   :           90pts
8th   :           80pts
9th   :           70pts
10th:           60pts
11th:           50pts
12th:           40pts
13th:           30pts
14th:           20pts
15th:           10pts

  • Bonus Points are also awarded in the Final Heats.
    Fastest Lap: 10 Points for fastest lap in the Final Heat.
  • Enduro Round points are a total of both Qualifying Heats and Final Heats points.
    1st is 300 points, 2nd is 255 points, 3rd is 225 points, and so on.
  • The Competitors with the most points in each category after all Rounds in the year will be declared the MSF Champion in each respective category.

Prof Khalid Cup (Race Cars Open)

  • The Professor Dr Khalid Bin Abdul Kadir Challenge Cup, is an annual Challenge trophy for the Race Cars Open category (‘Prof Khalid Cup’ for short). Champion Team and Driver will be etched into the trophy for posterity at the end of the season, with a small replica trophy to be awarded to the Team.

 

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