2020 DD2 Masters National Championship

Pos. No. Name Region National TOTAL
1 139 Nicholas Verheul NR 347 382,00
2 169 Jonathan Pieterse KZN 308 343,00
3 91 Eugene Brittz NR 278 310,00
4 177 Alistair Mingay KZN 246 278,00
5 134 Tinahe Ncube NR 164 192,50
6 66 Marouan Selmi NR 161 191,00
7 127 Pascal Acquaah NR 163 163,00
8 118 Shane Foley KZN 116 148,00
9 128 Eric Marzoppi KZN 107 137,00
10 167 Ryan Wilde KZN 105 134,00
11 138 Cody Sherratt KZN 100 100,00
12 150 Dean Rice KZN 91 91,00
11 188 Conor Hughes WP 0 35,00
12 172 Byron Teengs EP 0 33,50
13 168 Roy Gruer WP 0 33,50
14 155 Philippe Chapat NR 0 32,00
15 138 Jason Greyling WP 0 32,00
16 115 Brett Brito EP 0 31,50
17 116 Calvyn Ferreira  EP 0 31,00
18 114 Andrew Thomas WP 0 30,50
19 171 Carlo Gil NR 0 30,00
20 130 Richard van Heerde KZN 0 30,00
21 177 Jared Jordan WP 0 30,00
22 586 Jonothan Stephen EP 0 29,50
23 133 Robert Peche WP 0 29,00
24 111 James Moore  EP 0 28,50
25 175 Steven Beaumont WP 0 27,00
26 120 Dale Palfrey WP 0 27,00
27 160 Chris Grobbelaar KZN 0 26,00
28 112 Craig Mackie KZN 0 0,00
29 149 Brad Funnel KZN 0 0,00
30 122 Thinus Dippenaar NR 0 0,00
31 199 Justin Walton 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.