2020 Senior Max National Championship

Pos. No. Name Region National TOTAL
1 294 Tate Bishop WP 312 345,50
2 201 Charl Visser WP 309 341,50
3 220 Dane van Heerde KZN 279 312,50
4 246 Jason Coetzee WP 274 304,50
5 212 Shrien Naidoo KZN 263 298,00
6 255 Brent Walden KZN 261 294,50
7 299 Riley Horner KZN 258 289,00
8 290 Jack Rowe KZN 236 264,50
9 234 Kai van Zijl WP 228 228,00
10 214 Aqil Alibhai NR  188 219,00
11 221 Hamza Jassat NR  126 154,00
12 275 Wayland Wyman NR  122 153,00
13 289 Kgalema Mngadi NR  121 150,00
14 216 Josh Le Roux NR  141 141,00
15 222 Brandon Smith KZN 96 126,00
16 227 Storm Lanfear WP 95 123,00
17 266 Yifan Li KZN 81 81,00
18 292 Cameron O’Connor NR 0 35,00
19 211 Tahier Ramlall NR 0 32,00
20 386 Geoff Stephen EP 0 30,00
21 364 Tyrone Sterne NR 0 29,50
22 240 Andrew Rackstraw WP 0 29,50
23 270 Jacques du Preez EP 0 28,50
24 285 Jonathan Stephen EP 0 28,50
25 232 Ethan Coetzee NR  0 28,00
26 381 Erwin Sterne NR 0 27,00
27 232 Andre Le Riche WP 0 27,00
28 243 Daniela Marzoppi KZN 0 26,50
29 298 Jadice Govender KZN 0 26,50
30 244 Bryce Choudree EP 0 26,00
31 238 Andrew Hill NR  0 25,50
32 293 Nic Wuite KZN 0 25,00

 

*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.