New Jersey Road Racing Series

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New Jersey Road Racing Series

and

Jersey Road Racing Classic

 

Remember, we are having fun doing this, if you aren't, then we are not doing something right.

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Jersey Road Racing Classic (JRRC):

The season finale, look for a spectacular event at NJMP. This will mark the end of the northeast racing season.

Are you going to the JRRC (pronounced 'jerk')?

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What is NJRRSSM?

The New Jersey Road Racing Series (NJRRSSM) is a series of regional races conducted by the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Regions in New Jersey and the surrounding areas. The cumulative points earned at the events in this year's series determine the class champion. The purpose of this series is to increase the exposure and the accomplishments of the competitors for greater recognition and visibility. The series also strengthens and helps preserve the SCCA Regional Racing Program in New Jersey and the surrounding areas.

Preferred Numbers:
Participants may file their preferred car numbers with NARRC. The registrars will attempt to hold them for those drivers until the late entry date for each NJRRSSM event. After that date, car numbers are assigned based on date of receipt of a valid entry. (NOTE: Since some NJRRSSM events will be held in conjunction with other series, such as MARRS, NARRC, NYSRRC or the Kryder Series, some conflicts may arise with reserved numbers. It is highly recommended that participants file the same preferred numbers with each series.)

Registration:
While not required, registration with NJRRSSM could help the points keeper. It is very important to the points keeper that you use consistency when you register for races. Slight changes in your name, or illegible license numbers can cause great stress! Remember, the points keeper has to look at ALL the results, from ALL the races, and give you the points you earn. If you use a different name, and the license number is misread or not there, the points keeper has no way to verify that that is you, and not some other driver. So, make things easier for the points keeper, and easier for yourself by using the on-line event registration provided by NeDIV. If for no other reason, there won't be typos!

Eligibility:
Any driver competing are eligible. Some weekends are double events or have qualifying races, so there may be more than one race during certain weekends. Drivers must compete in three weekends, and not just three races, to be eligible. Registration is not required. All entrants are eligible for NJRRSSM points provided they have met the above requirements.

Points System:
All staged races will count for points toward the series championship.

 

Qualifying Races point will be awarded as follows:

1st = 20

2nd = 13

3rd = 10

4th = 8

5th = 6

6th = 5

7th = 4

8th = 3

9th = 2

10th = 1

and all other finishers will receive 1 point.

 

Race points will be awarded as follows:

1st = 40

2nd = 26

3rd = 20

4th = 16

5th = 12

6th = 10

7th = 8

8th = 6

9th = 4

10th = 2

and all other finishers will receive 1 point.

 

In addition to the finishing place points, one (1) additional point will be awarded for each starting car in class you place above.

 

All finishes (in terms of points) will be used in determining the series championships.

Eligible Race Classes:
All recognized SCCA national classes plus ASR, CF, NCF, LEGENDS, SSM, SPO, SPU, and all IT classes will be included in each of the events. Enduro and ITE are for this series the same class. CF and NCF are also considered the same class for this series. The NEDiv rules for ITE and SSM will be in effect.

Awards Banquet:
More details about the banquet will be posted when available.
The NJRRSSM Series Class Champions will be honored at this banquet.


Series Stewards:
Contact any member of the JRB for your questions or for clarification of the NJRRSSM structure. Points will be posted at the event to assist you on your position.

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Points:

2011 (xls)

Archive

2010

2009

2008

 


Trophies:

 

2010 (xls)

2009 (xls)


History:
Region Date Track Results
NNJ  May 10, 2008 Pocono  
NNJ  May 11, 2008 Pocono  
Tri July 5, 2008 Pocono  
Tri July 6, 2008 Pocono  
SJR  July 20, 2008 NJMP   
NNJ  August 23, 2008 NJMP   
NNJ  August 24, 2008 NJMP   
SJR  September 21, 2008 NJMP   
NNJ  October 18, 2008 NJMP-Lightning  
NNJ  October 18, 2008 NJMP-Lightning  
NNJ  October 19, 2008 NJMP-Lightning  
       
NNJ  May 9, 2009 Pocono  
NNJ  May 10, 2009 Pocono  
NNJ  May 30, 2009 Lime Rock Park  
JRB  July 19, 2009 NJMP-Lightning  
JRB  August 23, 2009 NJMP-Thunderbolt  
NNJ  October 17, 2009 NJMP-Lightning Results
NNJ  October 18, 2009 NJMP-Lightning  
NNJ  October 18, 2009 NJMP-Lightning  
       
WDC  June 27, 2010 Summit Point  
WDC  June 27, 2010 Summit Point  
JRB  July 10, 2010 NJMP-Lightning  
JRB  July 11, 2010 NJMP-Lightning  
JRB  August 21, 2010 NJMP-Thunderbolt  
JRB  August 22, 2010 NJMP-Thunderbolt  
JRB  October 23, 2010 NJMP-Lightning  
JRB  October 24, 2010 NJMP-Lightning  
JRB  October 24, 2010 NJMP-Lightning  
       
NNJR May 7, 2011 Pocono Results
NNJR May 8, 2011 Pocono  
NNJR May 8, 2011 Pocono  
JRB June 25, 2011 NJMP-Lightning Results
JRB June 25, 2011 NJMP-Lightning  
JRB June 26, 2011 NJMP-Lightning  
NNJR July 2, 2011 Lime Rock Results
JRB August 20, 2011 NJMP-Thunderbolt Results
JRB August 21, 2011 NJMP-Thunderbolt  
JRB October 22, 2011 NJMP-Lightning Results
JRB October 22, 2011 NJMP-Lightning  
JRB October 23, 2011 NJMP-Lightning  

 

 


 

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Last updated:  Sunday October 30, 2011 08:40:15 AM