The Challenge Series is a friendly competition for members of the Rocky Mountain Region (RMR) and the Alpine Mountain Region (AMR) of the Porsche Club of America. These two regions cover all of Colorado. RMR includes the northern portion and is headquartered in Denver. AMR covers the southern portion and is headquartered in Colorado Springs.
This manual contains the rules, regulations, and requirements for participation in this year's RMR/AMR Challenge Series and for all non-Challenge Series driving events. All participants are required to read this manual in its entirety and are responsible for knowing its contents. These Rules are not related to, and do not apply to PCA Club Racing.
This year there are twelve events in the Challenge Series: four Driver's Education events, four Autocrosses, three Rallies/Tours, and one Concours.
To qualify for an overall year-end award in a class, you must participate in four events:
two Driver's Education event, one from each region ( One from each Region requirement is waived for 2008).
Your top seven event scores in that class will be totaled at the end of the year, including your four qualifying events. Check your Region's monthly newsletter for dates, times, places, chairperson, etc.
Any PCA member, affiliate member, or Porsche owner can participate under these rules; however, to be scored for the Challenge Series you must also be a member or affiliate member of either AMR or RMR.
The purpose of the Challenge Series is to provide an organizational framework promoting a spirit of friendly competition through an educational series of events for the Porsches we enjoy. All RMR and AMR driving events, and all participants in them, are governed by the rules as stated in this manual.
These rules and regulations are designed to provide for the orderly conduct of Challenge Series events, other driving events, and to promote participant and spectator safety. No express or implied warranty of safety or fitness for a particular purpose shall result from publication of, or compliance with, these rules and regulations. They are intended as a guide for the conduct of the sport and are in no way a guarantee against injury or death to participants, spectators, or others.
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