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Mazda Challenge Rules

  1. 1. Paul Miller Mazda 2006 Solo 2 Series The Mazda Challenge Rules 1. Applicable to the 2006 CKRSCCA Solo 2 season only. 2. Must participate in a Mazda production car. 3. Must be a CKRSCCA member in good standing (or an associate member). 4. Participants will accrue points by participating in the points events held during the season. 5. At the end of each points event, the members driving production Mazdas will be grouped and have their times adjusted according to the national handicap (pax) index. The point system used will be the same as the CKRSCCA points system: Points/Event = 100 - [900 x (entrant's time - class winning time)/class winning time] DNF = 20 points DSQ = 0 points Anyone who completes at least one timed run will receive a minimum of 20 points. 6. All 6 points events will count, so the more events a member participates in, the better chance they have to win. 7. The member with the highest amount of points at the end of the year will receive a $500 gift certificate good at Paul Miller Mazda. 8. In the event of a tie, the amount of the gift certificate will be divided among those drivers tying for first place. 9. In all other disputes, the decision of the Solo 2 Committee will be final. CKR SCCA 1 April 2006