NRSCCA Points and Awards

NRSCCA supports several types of points series. All Nebraska Region members are eligible for year-end awards, however, weekend membership does not apply.

At the beginning of the year, the Board of Governors select which events will be deemed as Activity Points, Solo Series Points and RallyCross Series Points.

Since Course Designers for both Solo and RallyCross cannot compete, due to their need to pre-run the course, this person will receive points equivalent to first place. In addition, if either the Eventmaster or the Safety Steward for the event are unable to compete, they will also receive first place points.

Members begin accumulating points during the month in which they join. To be eligible to receive a Novice award, a member must have first joined the Nebraska Region during the previous or current calendar year. In the case of a minor, eligibility begins when the individual is old enough to compete in the event in classes other than those limited to minors. Members will not be allowed to receive the same novice award two years in a row.

Activity Points

Dale Flesher Memorial

Nebraska Region members are awarded points for participating in the events which are designated at the beginning of the year by the NRSCCA Board of Governors as "Activity Points" events.

Points are awarded as follows:

Each entrant is given 10 points for participation regardless of how (or if) they finish the event. Then up to 10 additional points are awarded for finishing position (in class): 10 for first, 9 for second, etc. Therefore, the maximum number of points which can be earned for any one event is 20 points.

Workers (those not participating in the actual competition) are also awarded 10 participation points. Then up to 10 additional points are given based on the work assignment performed. Event masters are given a total of 20 points (10 + 10) since they are not allowed to compete during the event. Workers at the event (who are not competing) are given an additional 8 points, or a total of 18 points.

Road races hosted by the Missouri Valley Race Group (Nebraska Region and Des Moines Valley Region) are currently included in activity points, however, the entire weekend counts as one event and the 20 point per event limit is applied.

For road races: competitors, workers, and event chairs are awarded points in the same manner as any other Region event. Chiefs of specialty, however, earn 19 points instead of the usual 18 awarded to workers because of their added responsibilities.

In addition to all of the above, 10 participation (but no finishing position) points are given to anyone participating in an SCCA event outside of the Region, if the event falls on the same weekend as a designated points event. This person must provide the pointskeeper with proof of participation, such as a list of results from the event which has been published in the other Region's newsletter.

100% Club All Nebraska Region members that participate in all of the designated Activity Points events will be recognized with a year-end award as members of the 100% Club.

Direct questions to Pointskeeper

Solo Points - Class Champions

A designated number of events each year, determined by the Board of Governors, are counted toward the Solo Class Champions. These events are held from April to September, and generally consist of a total of six events.

Each entrant is awarded points for finishing position in class as follows: 10 for first, 9 for second, etc. Points are awarded down to tenth place. Event masters are given 10 points, or the equivalent of a first place finish, as they are not allowed to participate.

The lowest score of the qualifying events is dropped, thus allowing a member to miss an event (or finish poorly due to mechanical problems) and not be out of the competition. In order to qualify as a Class Champion, an entrant must have competed in four of the six events.

The points leader in each class receives a Class Champion award at the Annual Awards Banquet.

Direct questions to Pointskeeper

Solo Driver of the Year (Gymkhana Driver)

The same designated Solo events are used in figuring the Solo Driver of the year. As above, each entrant is awarded points for finishing position in class as follows: 10 for first, 9 for second, etc. Points are awarded down to tenth place. Course Designers, Eventmasters and Safety Stewards are given 10 points, or the equivalent of a first place finish, if they are not allowed/able to participate.

For the Outstanding Gymkhana Driver Trophy, points are also awarded for participation in the MiDiv Solo Championships and the National Solo Runoffs. Finishing position points are the same as for local events; 10 for first, 9 for second, etc.

For the Divisional and National events, in addition to finishing position, the entrant is also given points for the number of competitors in class who finished below them. There is a maximum of 10 "competitor" points, therefore, there is a maximum possible total of 20 points per event which can be earned from the Divisional and National events.

The lowest finish of the Solo Points Series will be dropped along with the lowest score for either Divisionals or Nationals. The point leader at the end of the year receives the Outstanding Gymkhana Driver trophy. Awards are also presented to the two drivers finishing in second and third place overall.

Direct questions Pointskeeper

RallyCross Points

Similar to the Solo Points system, RallyCross competitors are awarded points based on their finishing position at all NRSCCA RallyCross Series events. Points are awarded within class. Each event counts towards year end points.

Each entrant is awarded points for finishing position in class as follows: 10 for first, 9 for second, etc. Points are awarded down to tenth place. Course Designers, Eventmasters and Safety Stewards are given 10 points, or the equivalent of a first place finish, if they are not allowed/able to participate.

The lowest score of the qualifying events is dropped, thus allowing a member to miss an event (or finish poorly due to mechanical problems) and not be out of the competition. In order to qualify as a Class Champion, an entrant must have competed in 50% of the events - rounding down (3 events in six, 2 events in five).

The points leader in each class receives a Class Champion award at the Annual Awards Banquet.

Direct questions Pointskeeper

Rally Driver

The same designated RallyCross events are used in figuring the RallyCross Driver of the year. As above, each entrant is awarded points for finishing position in class as follows: 10 for first, 9 for second, etc. Points are awarded down to tenth place. Course Designers, Eventmasters and Safety Stewards are given 10 points, or the equivalent of a first place finish, if they are not allowed/able to participate.

For the RallyCross Driver of the year trophy, points are also awarded for participation in two additional Divisional or National level events. The first event can be either a National Challenge or a MiDiv Series RallyCross. The second event is the SCCA RallyCross National Championships. Finishing position points are the same as for local events; 10 for first, 9 for second, etc.

For the Divisional and National events, in addition to finishing position, the entrant is also given points for the number of competitors in class who finished below them. There is a maximum of 10 "competitor" points, therefore, there is a maximum possible total of 20 points per event which can be earned from the Divisional and National events.

The lowest finish of the Solo Points Series will be dropped along with the lowest score for either Divisionals or Nationals. The point leader at the end of the year receives the RallyCross Driver of the Year trophy.

Points & Awards

2016

2015 RallyCross Points as of 9/19
2015 Solo Points as of 9/19

Points & Awards

2015

2015 RallyCross Points *Final*
2015 Activity Points *Final*
2015 Solo Points *Final*

2014

2014 RallyCross Points *Final*
2014 Activity Points *Final*
2014 Solo Points *Final*

2013

2013 RallyCross Points *Final*
2013 Activity Points *Final*
2013 Solo Points *Final*

2012 - Final

2012 Solo Points
2012 RallyCross Points
2012 Activity Points

2011 - Final

Final 2011 Solo Points
Final 2011 RallyCross Points
Final 2011 Activity Points

2010 Final

Final 2010 Solo Points
Final 2010 RallyCross Points
Final 2010 Activity Points

2009 Final

Solo Points
Solo Driver of the Year
RallyCross Points
Activity Points

2008 Final

Activity Points | Rallycross | Solo Points | Solo Driver of the Year

2007 Final

Activity Points| Solo Points | RallyCross