New Jersey Road Racing Series

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New Jersey Road Racing Series

 

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This series is modeled after the NARRC series.

The NJRRS is comprised of the Northern New Jersey and South Jersey regions of the SCCA. The Jersey Racing Board (JRB) oversees this series.

To be eligible for NJRRS points the NJRRS Series decal, available at all NJRRS events, should be displayed on the left and right sides of the vehicles.

All entries will be awarded NJRRS points according to the Points Schedule. Check the accuracy of your results for correct class, position, DNF vs. DNS, etc. Unless it's a points keeping error, no changes will be made without official, revised T&S results.

The final round shall be the Jersey Road Racing Classic, or the Jerk.

NJRRS Class Championships are decided by total points accumulated in a class per the current scoring rules. In order to be eligible for a Championship you must start at least 50% events. Finishes must be in the same class. A start is defined as a competitor in the entered car having turned a wheel on the track during any session of the event.

A $5 fee will be collected for each entry classified as finishing or DNF.

Tie breakers, points loss from exclusions, disqualifications, protests, etc. may parallel GCR National event rules. The Jersey Racing Board (JRB) will rule on situations not in the GCR.

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Points Structure:

Finish Points:

Place

Full Points

Half Points

1

40

20

2

26

13

3

20

10

4

16

8

5

12

6

6

10

5

7

8

4

8

6

3

9

4

2

10

2

1

11

1

1

to Last 

1

1

DNF

0

0

DSQ

0

0

DNS

0

0

Class Points:

Additional class points will be awarded according to class size. Points are based on the number of cars in your class minus your finish position. If you are DNF, DNS or DSQ the 0 points are awarded.

example:

5 cars in your class and you finish 2nd would be -

26 pts for 2nd + (5 cars in class - 2nd place)

26 + (5 - 2) = 29 points

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Classes:

All MARRS & NARRC recognized classes.

LeChump

The purpose of these LeChump rules is to create an opportunity for cars built for ChumpCar World Series (ChumpCar) or the 24 Hours of LeMons (LeMons) to compete safely in SCCA regional races. They are intended to provide low-pressure classes without the necessity of extensive modifications to existing cars. Multiple classes are provided to foster competition, however, there is no guarantee that any specific make, model or car will be competitive.

All drivers must fully conform to SCCA driver licensing requirements. Prior LeChump racing experience may be considered for SCCA licensing but automatic license exchange is not guaranteed or contemplated. Each situation is considered on its individual merits. All driver safety gear must comply with the GCR requirements.

Sports R

The Sports R regional class is regulated by the 1995 SCCA General Competition rules (GCR) and these rules. All GCR items for Sports Renault are to apply to the regional class designated SR with the exception of the changes, additions, supplements, and modifications outlined in the rules.

Sports 2000 Regional Classes

The Sports 2000 Regional Classes are regulated by the 2013 SCCA General Competition rules (GCR), the 2013 Sports Racing Category Specifications (SRCS) and these rules. Three classes will be utilized based on the current Vintage Sports 2000 North America Technical Regulations:

S2 Class (class designation: S2) - fulls conforms to 2013 GCR and SRCS

Vintage S2 Class (class designation: VS2) - middle age S2000 with specific models defined in the VS2NA Technical Regulations above

Historic S2 Class (class designation: HS2) - older S2000 with specific models defined in the VS2NA Technical Regulations above
The Historic and Vintage classes have specific preparation limitations in the VS2NA Technical Regulations to provide period authenticity.
 

All classes must completely conform to the current GCR and SRCS preparation and safety rules:

The full address of the VS2NA Technical regulations is at

http://s2racing.yuku.com/topic/3717/Vintage-Sports-2000-North-America-Technical-Regulations


 

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Last updated:  Tuesday February 11, 2014 11:24:01 AM