Championship rules

Championship categories

Awards are made to the Champion Driver and the Champion Navigator in each of the three Rally categories: Master, Apprentice and Tour.

An award is also give to the "Future Star in a Rally Car". It's simple to qualify: competitors just need to be under 30 at the start of the year. Whether driver or navigator in Tour, Apprentice or Masters, you will all be competing against each other for the Future Star trophy at the end of the year. You'll get exactly the same points as you get in the normal championship, with the same number of rally days counting to the total. It will help the Championship Points Scorer if you let him know if you are under 30, otherwise he will just have to guess – and that may embarrass some of you!


Competitors in rally events are awarded points depending upon their placing in the event. Please note, however, that emphasis is on participation in a classic car. If entrants compete in a non-classic vehicle, only their best two rallying days (highest point-scoring days) are used in calculating their championship points.

The Club Championship also recognises and rewards the event-related participation, efforts and contribution of and those acting as event rally directors and officials. Points accumulated as an official will be added to the individual's pointscore in the category in which he/she usually competes. Note: Points can be accumulated as an official in a maximum of two events per year.

For full details, see the Championship Rules (updated 28th March, 2017)