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Classes

PCC scores points in the following classes:

  • Unlimited
  • Equipped
  • SOP

These classes are defined by each, individual, event. Since the rules for each region vary slightly, you are obliged to check each event’s regulations for exact requirements. Some events allow more than the three classes listed in the above ‘Americanized?version. Pacific Coast Challenge scores are merged into the appropriate PCC class as ‘mapped?on this page. These mappings are based on the equipment allowed for the class in question and subject to change, with or without notice. In other words, we don’t review event regulations before every rally but will act accordingly and adjust scores retroactively, if necessary. (Our advice to you is to take full advantage of the rules in place.)

na2004_1Here is how some PCC events map out:

Thunderbird Rally:

  • Unlimited and Historic map to Unlimited
  • Novice and Calculator map to Equipped
  • Paper maps to SOP
     

No Alibi:

  • Unlimited maps to Unlimited
  • Equipped maps to Equipped
  • Vintage, Novice and SOP maps to SOP
     

The Road Not Taken:

  • Equipped maps to Unlimited
  • Limited and Historic map to Equipped
  • Stock maps to SOP
     

Oregon 1000:

  • Equipped maps to Unlimited
  • Limited map to Equipped
  • Stock maps to SOP
     

Night on Bald Mountain:

  • Unlimited maps to Unlimited
  • Equipped maps to Equipped
  • SOP maps to SOP
     

Coast to Coast:

  • Unlimited and Historic map to Unlimited
  • Novice and Calculator map to Equipped
  • Paper maps to SOP
     

Totem:

  • Unlimited and Historic map to Unlimited
  • Novice and Calculator map to Equipped
  • Paper maps to SOP
     

Golden West:

  • Equipped maps to Unlimited
  • Limited map to Equipped
  • Stock maps to SOP(Rookie class is ignored and they are scored within the standard classes)
     

Scoring
Series points will be awarded as follows for each class:

Points per Place in Class

Cars in Class

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Placed 1st

6

8

10

12

13

14

15

16

2nd

5

7

9

10

11

12

13

3rd

 

4

6

7

8

9

10

4th

3

4

5

6

7

5th

2

3

4

5

6th

1

2

3

7th

1

2

8th

 and lower

1



Organizers and Workers receive the average score (rounded) from the other events that year.  An example might be if a competitor earned 8, 1 and 4 during three events and worked  at another, that competitor would receive 4 (13/3) points for a grand total of 17 points.  Another example would be if you went to pandora orecchini only one event and won your class receiving 10 points  and then worked an event you would receive 3 (10/3) points for a grand total of 13.  Organizers and Workers may only use this for one score.At the end of the season, if there is a tie for the final standings, the tie will be broken based on the following protocol:

  1. Most events attended including worked ones.
  2. Most 1st's, then 2nd's, then 3rd's etc.
  3. Coin-toss by PCC Administrator, unless the Administrator is involved in the tie in which case an appointed PCC representative will handle it.
     
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