What are Sporting Trials?
Sporting Trials involve the use of a specialist 2 seater lightweight trials car, you must carry a passenger and the sport is open to anyone who is over 16.
The trial sections in Sporting Trials are much more difficult than those found in Car Trials or Classic Trials, but the principal is the same, the further you get up the course the less penalty points you will accumulate. The winner being the competitor with the lowest aggregate score from all the sections.
Sporting Trials are a very specialised sport and the learning curve is a very long one, by introducing the sport at regional level will enable the newer competitors to the sport to gain valuable experience and close the gap to the top flight competitors in a shorter period of time.
So as long as you are a member of a member club of the ASWMC, you will be eligible to register for our championship.
MSA Championship Permit No: 71/2017
* Note these regulations are a guide only and competitor's should refer to the ASWMC Yearbook for confirmation. We will endeavour to make the website as accurate as possible, but unfortunately typos do occur and after all we are only human!
1. There will be 3 classes Red, Blue and Green calculated on the following:
Red – Drivers with average greater than 22.5
Blue – Drivers with average between 13.67 & 22.5
Green – Drivers with average below 13.67
Where scoring is 30 points for a win reducing by one point for each position below that.
2. Registered contenders will score points as follows:
All starters in event 1 point
All classified finishers 1 extra point
1st Overall on event 1 bonus point.
1st in class 7 points, if 3 or more starters in class, otherwise 6 points.
2nd in class 5 points
3rd in class 4 points
4th in class 3 points
5th in class 2 points
6th in class 1 point
Championship Results, ASWMC Championship Rule 18 will apply.
3. Awards to be presented as per Championship Rule 19.