New club sporting competition for 2015
The club is introducing a annual sporting championship for club members. The competition is for a single ‘RCCV Sporting Champion’ across all sporting disciplines, be they hill climb, sprints, motorkhana or other.
The club doesn’t have the capacity to conduct competitive sporting events on it’s own so the championship is based on member’s results in events run by other clubs. Any CAMS affiliated club event in which a member participates in is eligible and members do not need to be competing in a full competition – for example, having a run at one of the Rob Roy Interclub Challenge hillclimb counts. It’s possible that singular success at a one-off event may trump a year’s effort in another competition if that resulted in little success.
The championship runs for a calendar year and ‘entry’ is automatic on entry into a CAMS club event anywhere in Australia. Competitors will need to provide advice of entry and results so we can maintain a tally. There’ll be a trophy and prize, and 2015 will be a trial year.
1 point for participation
3 points for 1st place, 2 for 2nd and 1 for 3rd in class 10 points for an outright win at the event
Points will be based on the normal scoring method for that particular discipline of motor sport eg. Hillclimbs the fastest run is used and Motorkhanas the best elapsed time.
Contact Jeni Sammons (0401 243 062), Geoff Rasmussen (0419 357 509) or John Elliott (0409 906 108) for details.