The following is a summary of the rules for all Challenge Series events and other driving events:
Only members of AMR or RMR will be permitted to compete for Challenge Series points. Proof of membership may be required at any event. Only persons at least 18 years of age may participate in any driving event. However, 16 and 17 year-old sons and daughters of PCA members in good standing may compete in Autocrosses and as the navigator in Rally/Tours pursuant to the guidelines of the Junior Participation Program (details of this program, and required forms, are available on the PCA National website).
All participants are responsible for properly classifying their vehicle. See Chapters III and IV. Improperly classified vehicles may be disqualified from being scored for that event. See Chapter V.
Positively no alcohol or drugs are allowed during any event.
All vehicles must be in good working condition and pass a tech inspection for Driver's Education events and Autocrosses. See Chapter XII. Vehicles must meet a 105 dB(A) or lower noise limitation. See Chapter XIII.
See Tech Inspection section for helmet requirements.
Only Porsches may be entered for Challenge Series points in Autocrosses, Driver's Education events, Econo Rallies and Concours. Any type of vehicle may be used at non-econo Rallies or Tours, but Porsches are preferred.
A valid Driver's License is required of all entrants at all events.
Additional rules applicable to Challenge Series events and other driving events are found throughout this booklet. For instance, administrative rules adopted by the Boards of Directors of AMR and RMR are found in Chapter XIII.
The Challenge Series Committee encourages anyone with a question about Event Rules interpretation or vehicle classification to submit a written request for a ruling to the Challenge Series Committee. The Challenge Series Committee will make a ruling on the request (by majority vote) and provide a written response. These rulings will be kept in a file available for everyone's use and can be relied on by entrants during the current year.
There is a formal procedure for consideration and possible adoption of changes to these Rules for succeeding years. The procedure solicits members' suggestions and comments prior to the adoption of rule changes. In addition, the procedure is designed to provide members with advance notice of
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