2020 Junior Max National Championship

Pos. No. Name Region National TOTAL
1 499 Muhammed Wally NR 344 379,00
2 489 Dhivyen Naidoo KZN 283 315,00
3 442 Ethan Stier WP 279 312,50
4 427 Tyler Robinson NR 273 305,00
5 428 Juandre Nel KZN 261 290,00
6 444 Troy Snyman KZN 188 223,00
7 478 Kian Grottis NR 172 201,50
8 433 Matthew Wadeley WP 152 180,00
9 425 Nikolas Roos NR 132 164,00
10 419 Liam de Beer KZN 101 132,00
11 414 Aqil Alibhai NR 86 121,00
12 477 Kyle Visser WP 0 35,00
13 432 Kyle Le Riche WP 0 31,00
14 437 Jordan Brooks NR 0 30,00
15 418 Andre Le Riche WP 0 30,00
16 428 Thando Mathebula NR 0 28,50
17 415 Nikheil Kulkaparsad KZN 0 28,00
18 415 Kayden Croucamp EP 0 28,00
19 424 Olerato Sekudu NR 0 28,00
20 491 Yifan Li KZN 0 27,00
21 441 Luc Williams NR 0 26,00
22 433 Louden Bamford KZN 0 25,50
23 445 Reza Levy WP 0 25,00
24 448 Corban Spies KZN 0 13,50
25 458 Joao Magalhaes NR 0 11,50
26 412 Timothy Ball EP 0 0,00

*The SARMC series points are calculated by adding your Regional points to your National points with the following formula.

Regional Points:

  1. A driver must nominate the region in which he/she wishes to score points regionally – normally the region in which he/she lives. Nomination must be made after the first event.
  2. Points can be scored at the TWO SARMC regional races in the designated region with the two final heats per event counting.
  3. Drivers score points from 2 out of the possible 4 regional finals
  4. The sum of points obtained in the best 2 (two) regional finals will be divided by 2 (two).

National Points:

  1. The first National round has time trials and 4 (four) point scoring heats.
  2. The second National round has time trials and 6 (six) point scoring heats.
  3. The third and final National round has time trials and 4 (four) point scoring heats.
  4. The best 10 finals out of a possible 14 finals at National events count.