2019 Junior Max National Championship

Pos. No. Name Region TOTAL
1 414 Aqil Alibhai NR 314.83
2 494 Tate Bishop WP 295.50
3 417 Troy Dolinschek WP 292.83
4 477 Kyle Visser WP 274.33
5 469 Ndumiso Bungane NR 255.67
6 419 Kwanda Mokoena NR 249.00
7 458 Ethan Coetzee NR 207.33
8 463 Joseph Oelz NR 195.50
9 482 Lorenzo Cianfanelli NR 161.33
10 427 Storm Lanfear WP 154.17
11 434 Jack Rowe KZN 117.33
12 493 Nicholas Wuite KZN 110.00
13 433 Bamford Louden KZN 108.00
14 437 Jordan Brooks NR 107.83
15 416 Tristan Galp WP 82.17
16 428 Juandre Nel KZN 81.00
17 456 Sebastian Smith KZN 79.33
18 425 Thaqib Meyer WP 74.67
19 489 Kgalema Mngadi NR 33.00
20 416 Godfrey Malumane NR 31.00
21 479 Mandla Mlangeni NR 25.00
22 422 Luca Wehrli WP 11.50
23 430 Greg Malumane NR 11.00
24 432 Kyle Le Riche WP 11.00
25 418 Andre Le Riche WP 10.67

*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 four SARMC regional races in the designated region with the two final heats per event counting.
  3. Drivers score points from 6 out of the possible 8 regional finals
  4. The sum of points obtained in the best 6 (six) regional finals will be divided by 6 (six).
  5. Drivers who take part in Regional events will receive 1 (one) bonus point for each heat started (crossing the start line).

National Points:

  1. The first three National rounds each have time trials and 3 (three) point scoring heats.
  2. The fourth and final National event has time trials and 4 (four) point scoring heats.
  3. The best 10 finals out of a possible 13 finals at National events count.

Important Note!

  1. Exclusions must be counted as a best score (DQ/EXCL = 0)