Point Score Rules

Point Score Rules 2024

2024 revisions have been made to add greater value to the HTCAV Championship.
Please note that members must be financial at the time of racing to score points in the championship.

1. The HTCAV Championship is scored over the nominated events published in the Calendar at the beginning of each year.

2. Your 5 best events count towards the Championship.

3. You get 5 participation points (min: taking part in qualifying or one race) for Historic meetings and 3 for others. Nominated ‘Special’ race meetings may attract double points.

4. Cars taking part in qualifying, or not qualifying but starting in a subsequent race, are counted as starters in every race: ie: if there are 4 cars in qualifying, then each race is scored as if there were 4 cars in it.

5. Fastest lap in class, in a an event, earns 1 extra point when more than 1 
car racing in your class.

6. A maximum of 3 race results are counted at a meeting. Where there are more than 3 races at a meeting, the last 3 only will be counted.

7. A competitor penalised by the Stewards for a driving standards infringement will not score points for that relevant race. Multiple infringements or further penalties from the Stewards will disqualify the competitor from scoring any points for that meeting.

8. 8 points are awarded to ALL finishers in handicap races.

9. In Division 1/Division 2 racing or if a car runs in a different capacity class, results are assessed on lap times. If rain or other factors alter conditions in different races, an equivalence assessment is applied.

10. Points scored in different classes are not combined in your total Championship count.

11. Class placings will be based on points scored in a minimum of 3 events and a minimum of 2 cars competing in that class during the year. (Note: Meeting trophies may be awarded to class competitors at the discretion of the HTCAV committee in recognition of significant competition results for that class at any of the rounds.)

12. Interstate (not your home state) points may be included for 1 meeting only. 3 points will be awarded for participation, race points will be scored against all cars in your class at that meeting. It is a competitors responsibility to supply the timing sheets and notify the point score officer before the last event of the year.

13. Some timing system results do not have car make, class or capacity listed meaning it can not be scored easily. If the competitor wants to include these results they need to complete the sheets with car make, class and capacity.

14. In the event of a tie, a count-back of superior placings will determine the Club Champion.

Points Allocation – Per Race

No. of            
Starters Finishing Position        
  1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th
6+ 14pts 12pts 10pts 8pys 6pts 4pts
5 13pts 11pts 9pts 7pts 5pts  
4 12pts 10pts 8pts 6pts    
3 11pts 9pts 7pts      
2 10pts 8pts        
1 9pts          

 

Classes
NB Over 4500 NC Over 5100
NB 3000 – 4500 NC 3501 – 5100
NB 2601 – 3000 NC 3001 – 3500
NB 2001 – 2600 NC 2001 – 3000
NB 1601 – 2000 NC 1501 – 2000
NB 1301 – 1600 NC 1101 – 1500
NB 1001 – 1300 NC Up to 1100
NB Up to 1000