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  1. Saloon Stock Cars will once again be back hitting the tracks in 2022. We will be kicking things off on the 09/03/22 at Kings Lynn where we will be racing the Steve Newman Memorial & WR1 & W&Y1. Fixtures: This year we will be running fortnightly on Wednesday nights. The full fixture list is on the UKDirt site here. Skin Packs: Skin Packs will be released before the meeting, if you haven't already uploaded a skin please see the skin collection thread. Bookings: Bookings are already open for the first meeting on the UKDirt Website, see you on track!
  2. The NZ Superstocks have a long history here at UKDirt and it was about time I added the Hall of Fame of our four major NZ Championships onto the forum. Some interesting stats here as well. : If you wondering "What happened in 2010 to 2011?", the league was not run in that year. Thankfully, someone stepped up and we've run the series every year since. : Three drivers have now won the grand slam, Grasser, LeeK and Kane, who've won all 4 major events. It was an 14 year wait for the 233 driver to complete the set! : The World 240s has only been won twice by DanSkin, Jack Ward and Kane. A title that's never been successfully defended in it's history. : The New Zealand Championship however couldn't be more different with LeeK, TomD, Tsjalle and Kane all defending their title successfully. Tom is the only 3 time winner however. : The NZ Teams Championship was won by the Rebels 6 years on the bounce! A record that looks certain not to be broken. World 240 Invitational 2005/06 - Grasser 2006/07 - Parky 2007/08 - DanSkin 2008/09 - Dave 2009/10 - LeeK 2011/12 - Dodge 2012/13 - DanSkin 2013/14 - Kane 2014/15 - Stoxjack 2015/16 - Wardieee 2016/17 - Lloydy 2017/18 - Jack Ward 2018/19 - Mike 2019/20 - Jack Ward 2020/21 - EllisR 2021/22 - Kane New Zealand Championship 2005/06 - Grasser 2006/07 - Michael 2007/08 - LeeK 2008/09 - LeeK 2009/10 - TomD 2011/12 - TomD 2012/13 - TomD 2013/14 - Harmen 2014/15 - Ben Chambers 2015/16 - Tsjalle 2016/17 - Tsjalle 2017/18 - Jack Ward 2018/19 - Skint 2019/20 - HGR 2020/21 - Kane 2021/22 - Kane National Points Championship 2005/06 - BB 2006/07 - Michael 2007/08 - Johno 2008/09 - LeeK 2009/10 - Nezza 2012/13 - DanSkin 2013/14 - Kane 2014/15 - Kane 2015/16 - Tsjalle 2016/17 - Grasser 2017/18 - Grasser 2018/19 - Grasser 2019/20 - Kane 2020/21 - Kane 2021/22 - Cameron Teams Championship 2012 - Panthers - DanSkin, TomD, LeeK, James 2013 - Rebels - Marten, Mike, Sije, Marco 2014 - Rebels - Tsjalle, Marten, Mike, Sije 2015 - Rebels - Tsjalle, Marten, Mike, Frans 2016 - Rebels - Tsjalle, Marten, Mike, Frans 2017 - Rebels - Tsjalle, Marten, Frans, Durk 2018 - Rebels - Tsjalle, Marten, Mike, Frans 2019 - Tigers - TomD, Kane, Grasser, Lloydy 2020 - Tigers - TomD, Kane, Wardy, Ashley England 2021 - Panthers - Braderzz, EllisR, Niall, Jakeeey 2022 - Tigers - Kane, Wardy, chesterlove, Cameron
  3. To register a number please post below, stating the number you wish to register, and any experience you have with other leagues to help determine your grade. 1/80 Shay Murphy 6 THoyes 7 Tom Newton 8 Lloydy 14 SBovee 15 Fred Green 20 Milan Sonnemans 35 Bomber 39 LeeK 41 Drumbstick 49 DavoSayco 51 MarkPuxty 54 Luke Beeson 55 Brad Thomas 57 Scott Bodilly 58 Minitom 67 FreeW 68 ThorntonThornton 79 Ryan 80 Shay Murphy 81 Drisco 82 Dbecks 83 BenS 85 Caiden Morrison 86 RJY 88 Dave 90 LiamB 92 Hoggy 94 Mikey Lithgow 102 ChewyJr 104 Rafmh 107 Evnos 112 TomD 114 Danny 121 Tom Armstrong 124 Wim Peeters 125 ASHNFFC 131 Gary Leech 132 SamB 143 Cammy 144 Lewis 145 SKint 147 MarkF 151 Dode 152 Kieran Walton 155 Big Dan 156 Austin 167 CB 174 Mr Tickle 180 Wardieee 183 Charlie Guinchard 184 Wardy 192 brian 200 Finn Robinson 202 Ryan Young 210 David Davidson 211 Erinn 212 Pedz 220 Kyle Young 221 Spike 229 Tsjalle 233 Grasser 236 DanSkin 238 Kane 242 chesterlove 244 Krish 246 Stox 249 Jack 252 Mav 255 Stumpy 256 Hooty 259 Aaron Tressler 272 Eavesy 274 Big Dave 277 Senna Claes 281 Clayton 285 Biscuit 284 Charlie Stocks 287 Luke Beeson 293 Kevin van den Bosch 306 Pierce 312 Ollie Armstrong 317 James Fowkes 319 RonnieBP 348 Boyle 355 Aidan Grindey 359 ConnorB 411 Reece 416 Chiefy 422 Connor 426 Kev Russell 444 RitzoBerst 445 SamWilt 447 Adam Turner 449 Charley Woodcock 452 Owen Strong 454 Frans 455 Barker 461 Tomdavison 468 BraderzzCooper 479 Kev Harbord 482 Ginger 492 mastermealing 495 Rohan 497 Martin Linda Joy 503 Dane Bell 504 Charlie Boast 515 Josh 524 Jelle W 527 Fast Track 529 Gimp 540 BrianB 550 Lars Verstappen 552 Counter 555 NotLawJosh 588 Johan de Haan 589 Stijneman 599 Harold 600 ImKielan 606 Stannie 614 Sam Critchley 621 Jouke 626 Stefen 628 Jesse Storm 653 Ryan Simpson 663 MrMad 691 Jakeeey 698 Mark Crawford 704 Michael Blackman 711 JoshW 713 Hulley 747 Jouke 758 Heathy 777 HGR 781 Adam Rolph 783 Daniel Dickson 800 Ben Chambers 844 Thomas Knapton 846 Crashley England 850 Rowan farell 889 EllisR 895 Connor 910 Niall 911 Cole 924 Tosh 947 Joe Dobbs 977 Dilly 992 Burnsy
  4. NZ Superstocks Rules NZ's are based around enjoyment, with very relaxed rules. That means anyone breaking them will be subject to harsh disciplinary as we simply do not need you spoiling it - You have been warned! All racing is to be done in an anti-clockwise direction and on the dirt. No grass cutting or wall riding. No attacking off the infield or oppo. Starting grid is done from a standing start and is pregridded via batch file for each race. Drivers will stop where they are lined up and not move until instructed to. Drivers will then close up the gaps in the grid bumper to bumper. Once the steward/admin is happy, they will give the "anyone NOT ready" signal. Once happy shortly after that, the steward will call "GO" to start the race. All race starts are clutch starts. Drivers must drive in a forwards direction off the start on the call of go. No remaining stationary or reversing. This rule does not apply for team meetings. If your car is rolled at any point, you may continue once back on the track. If your car suck and causing warp/lag issues, you must exit the race. NEW RULE FOR 2019/2020! You cannot come to a complete stop to wait for any driver NEW RULE FOR 2019/2020! Blocking & Pinning is BANNED in all races apart from Team Meetings or the Survivor, however lap down hits are allowed A disciplinary points system will be in place, totalling 3 points will result in a one meeting ban. 5 points = 2 meet ban, 7 points = 3 meeting ban etc Messers (e.g. not turning up to a meeting) will work in the same way as disciplinary points Any complaints must be PM'd to HGR or Kane detailing the race, lap and name of the driver for the incident. Complaints must be made to us 24 hours after the meeting. Start Procedure Heats Heat grids are provided by the gridding system and will give drivers an even number of starting positions throughout the 5 heats. DRIVERS MUST BE IN SERVER FOR 8.25 SO THE GRIDS CAN BE GENERATED AT 8.30. IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE SERVER FOR THIS, YOU WILL START AT THE BACK Final Drivers will reverse up to the fence in turn 1 and the final grid will be called with drivers driving around to their start position when their number is called. The final starting grid is 2 cars wide, bumper to bumper with no gaps, lining up on the Start/Finish line. There must be no more than a cars width between the inside and outside grid. The pole sitter has control on where the grid lines up on the track but must leave at least one car width to their outside. This applies for the entire inside row. Survivor The Survivor race is the final race of the night, this race will start after an admin has called "GO". Blocking/Waiting is permitted in this race but all other normal rules apply. The winner of the race also qualifies for the end of season "Champion of Champions" race. Meeting Format: Heat Points Points will be awarded as follows: Any driver 3 laps or more down will recieve 0 points (12 laps completed = 0pts) 1st: 35pts 2nd: 34pts 3rd: 33pts then reducing by 1 point per position... Final grid is lined up in heat points order, with highest scorer on pole Feature Final Points Points will be awarded as follows: Any driver 3 laps or more down will recive 0 points (22 laps completed = 0pts) 1st: 75pts 2nd: 68pts 3rd: 66pts, then reducing by 2 points per position... Running Order Unless Specified: 8.20 - 10pm Discord - 8.20pm Server - 8.25pm Grid Draw - 8.30pm Heat 1 - 15 laps Heat 2 - 15 laps Heat 3 - 15 laps Heat 4 - 15 laps Heat 5 - 15 laps Feature Final / Championship - 25 laps Survivor - 20 laps Championships New Zealand Championship: The race is held as a normal Feature Final, with the winner, 2nd & 3rd place receiving rights to 1NZ, 2NZ & 3NZ race numbers! World 240: Qualification: Top 34 in the National Points standings booked in to race (if less than 34 is booked in it is open to everyone Championship: The World 240 is ran over 3 heats at the start of the specified World 240 meeting. Each heat is gridded as per a usual heat, with everyone getting a fair spread of starting position. The winner is the car with the most points after the 3 heats! (15 laps each), a normal meeting will then follow. Team Events: Teams of 4 drivers may enter into the competition, there will be a round robin of heats to begin (each team plays each team once (or twice depending on the amount of teams)). 10 laps per heat and scored as followed: 10, 5, 3, 1 Once all the heats are done, the top 4 teams will go through to the Semi Finals. Semi Final 1 = 1st vs 4th (10 laps), Semi Final 2 = 2nd vs 3rd (10 Laps). First across the line in each semi-final will then progress to the Grand Final 3rd Place Race (10 Laps) - First across the line gets 3rd place Grand Final (15 Laps) - First across the line in the Final are the winners. Teams Revenge Race (20 Laps) - All teams race at once Blocking, pinning, waiting and not moving from the grid are all allowed but all other rules still apply NEW FOR 2021/2022! The Clash Series: The Clash Series will be a mini-series ran over 2 brand new tracks to the 2021/22 season (Greymouth and Riverside) and the returning track of Gisborne (last raced in the 2017/18 season). The two meetings at Greymouth (Round 1) and Riverside (Round 2) and the Heats at Gisborne (Round 3) will set the grid for the Clash Finale. The highest points scorer on pole, 3 cars wide, ran over 25 laps Champion of Champions: Qualification: World 240 Champion, Final winners, Survivor winners (inc Teams Revenge) and ENZED Team Champions Championship: Standalone race at the end of the meeting, random grid order, 3 cars wide, ran over 20 laps
  5. Champions 80 Shay Murphy National Points 92 Hoggy English + Scottish 143 Cameron Irish 184 Wardy Best in Britain 910 Niall World + British + European SS 41 Drumbstick 112 Tom D 180 Wardieee 236 DanSkin 255 Stumpy 411 Reece Red 39 LeeK 85 Caiden Morrison 147 MarkF 151 Dode 183 Charlie Guinchard 229 Tsjalle 238 Kane 249 Jack 397 JoshH 447 Adam Turner 461 Tomdavison 482 Ginger 503 Dane 691 Jakeeey 783 Daniel Dickson 800 Ben 889 EllisR 911 Cole McFall 924 Tosh Blue 8 Lloydy 21 LouisH 51 MarkPuxty 58 minitom 68 ThorntonThornton 107 Evnos 121 Tom Armstrong 125 ASHNFFC 144 Lewis 145 SKint 167 CB 202 Ryan Young 210 Davros 212 Pedz 233 Grasser 242 chesterlove 246 Stox 259 Trez 274 Big Dave 284 Charlie Stocks 293 Kevin van den Bosch 355 Aidan Grindey 455 Barker 468 BraderzzCooper 527 FastTrack 589 Stijneman 606 Stannie 653 Ryan Simpson 711 JoshW 777 HGR 844 ThomasK 846 Crashley England Yellow 20 Milan Sonnemans 54 Luke Beeson 56 Dan Heath 57 Boderz 79 Ryan Sharp 82 Dbecks 88 Dave 94 Mikey Lithgow 102 ChewyJr 124 Wim Peeters 131 Gary Leech 192 Brian 211 Erinn 220 Kyle Young 221 Spike 244 Krish 256 Hooty 272 Eavesy 287 Luke Beeson 306 The Driver 359 ConnorB 479 Kev Harbord 495 Rohan 515 Josh 529 Gimp 540 BrianB 550 Lars Verstappen 555 Notlawjosh 614 Sam Critchley 621 Jouke 781 Adam Rolph 947 Joe Dobbs 992 Burnsy White 6 THoyes 14 SBovee 15 Fred Green 35 Bomber 49 DaveSayco 55 Brad Thomas 67 FreeW 81 Drisco 83 BenS 86 RJY 90 LiamB 114 Danny 115 Josh McKinstry 132 SamB 156 Austin 200 Finn Robinson 252 Mav 277 Senna Claes 281 Clayton 285 Biscuit 312 Ollie Armstrong 317 James Fowkes 319 RonnieBP 398 Briscaftwofan 416 Chiefy 422 Connor 426 Kev Russell 445 SamWilt 449 Charley Woodcock 452 Owen Strong 454 Frans 504 Charlie Boast 524 JelleW 552 Counter 599 Harold 600 ImKielan 626 Stefen 628 Jesse Storm 663 MrMad 698 Mark Crawford 704 Michael Blackman 713 Hulley 850 Rowan farell 895 Connor 977 Dilly
  6. UKDirt Superstox Rules and Regulations Driving Etiquette / Racing Rules • The racing direction is anti-clockwise. • You must drive in the correct direction where possible; no on 'oppo' driving is allowed whatsoever. • You must not cut the corners, for any reason. • You must not lean or spin a car into the safety fence or deliberately follow a car into the safety fence on the entry to a bend (whether from the rear or side of the car). Unnecessary baulking of a faster car or attacking from the infield is not permitted. • Lap(s) down takeouts of drivers will be punishable if a complaint is received and the take out is deemed to be deliberate. • No talking in the server once a race has started. • The race is deemed as started when the rolling lap commences. No restarts after this point, No exceptions. Anyone who speaks unnecessarily during a race will be removed from the results of that race and if admin feel it necessary loaded up from the meeting. • Drivers should try to avoid causing any kind of warp at all times (see the 'Tweaking Guide' on the UK-Dirt site). Booking In • Each member must book in on the UK Dirt forum for the forthcoming meeting; they may enter/remove there booking up to 7:30PM on the day of the meeting. • The Meeting Info will be posted on the UK Dirt forum half hour before the start of the meeting. • Late Booking will be given at the discretion of the Race Manager. Skins • Drivers are only allowed one skin per grading period. • You must supply (via the skin upload thread) and race with a custom skin as soon as possible. You will be allowed to race League Meetings with a novice skin for TWO meetings only. • Roof colours must match your current grade, as per real life superstox. • No swearing or obscenities are to be used on any skin. • Numbers on the wings must be black numbers on a white background. • Only the relevant titleholders may use the Gold (World), Silver (National Points), Black and White Chequers (British), Red and Yellow Chequers (European), St George's Flag (English) St Andrew's flag (Scottish), Green and White Chequers (Irish), Gold Stripe(National champions) on their respective roofs. • FOR 2021! The roof plate MUST have your grade colour. The wing end plates MUST be white or your grade colour. The top and bottom of the wing can be any colour BESIDES gold or silver. • Any driver racing with a skin that shows there incorrect grade will be forced to start all races from the rear of the grid, until a skin is submitted in a skin pack. Chassis • Drivers are allowed one chassis at a time with one change allowed per season. • You may only change your chassis when submitting a new skin for grading changes, or if you have permission from the Superstox Admin team. This is to keep mandatory download (skin packs) sizes to a minimum. Gradings Normal graded races will start in the following order. o White o Yellow o Blue o Red o Superstar (Red, White & Blue Stripes) o Silver Stripe – Current National Points Leader o Silver Roof – Current National Points Champion o Best in Britain – Union Jack o English Champion – Cross of St George o Scottish Champion – Cross of St Andrew o Irish Champion - Green & White Chequers o British Champion – Black & White Chequers o European Champion – Red & Yellow Chequers o Gold Roof – World Champion Superstar roof: • Superstars/champions will line up as one grade, in any order. • Multiple champions will start at the back next to the World Champion. • The rest of the active drivers will be split between the grades evenly. • Any driver graded below red and winning 2 or more races in a meeting will automatically be upgraded. • Grades will come into affect for the first meeting after the designated end of the previous period. Announcements regarding the grades and skin upload will be made on the UK Dirt forum. • 'Grader's Discretion' will be used in certain cases most likely to keep a driver at his current grade even though he may have qualified for downgrade, or to upgrade a driver through his average. • A driver may be upgraded a maximum of three grades, but drivers can only be downgraded one grade per period. • In order to be downgraded, a driver must have raced in at least 50% of the meetings during the period (i.e. 2 of 4, 3 of 5). • UK Dirt Rookies will start from white. The Superstox Admin Team will assess drivers who have raced other UK Dirt mods or other leagues and will assign grades to drivers new to Superstox as they feel appropriate to their level and experience. • The World and National Points Champions may not drop below red until 12 months after the loss of the title. • If a driver spots any irregularities in the points chart then please inform the Superstox Grader. • If a driver wishes to appeal against any grading decision then they must inform the Superstox Grader giving full details ASAP. Mandatory Downloads • In order to compete in the UK-Dirt Superstox league you must have: o UKSOM Superstox mod o The official skin packs o rFactor Tracks: Aldershot, Cowdenbeath, Ipswich, Ringwood, Wimbledon, Hednesford, Nutts Corner and Yarmouth Meeting Format • Meetings will take place on Monday evenings. (see Fixtures for full details). The meetings start at exactly 8.30pm, UK time unless otherwise stated. Please be in discord chat 10 minutes before the meeting starts. • Heats will be 20 laps, finals will be 25 laps. • Any driver not in chat by this time will very likely miss their first heat. • Drivers will NOT be allowed to request late heats - i.e. you get what you are given as far as heat allocation is concerned. • All the races are to be run in the UKDirt servers. • The Points scheme for a 'normal' meeting is: o Heats: 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. o A Final: 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2. o B Final: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. • Drivers must complete 75% of a race to qualify for points. • Each driver will race in four qualifying heats. The top twenty four qualifiers go directly to the meeting final. • If a number of drivers have equal points and straddle the cut-off point after the Heats then those who placed in a higher position in their heat will have preference. The remaining drivers will go to the b final if there are enough drivers. • The meeting format will change for championship meetings. Details will be made available as appropriate. Starting Procedures • All races will be graded starts unless otherwise stated. • On entry to the race, drivers will not start racing straight away. Drivers will be expected to drive slowly to their grid slot NOT hitting other drivers in the process. The grid will form as follows: o Whites will line up on the start finishing line in the middle of the home straight o Yellows will line up on the exit of turn 4 o Blues will line up in the middle of turns 3 and 4 o Reds will line up on the entry to 3 o S/S will line up halfway down the back straight o Novice drivers are allowed to start at the very back of the grid, behind the champions, for their first 3 meetings if they wish to do so. o Any driver starting behind the champion drivers for whatever reason should remember that they are not a part of the champion/S/S grade and should leave at least 2-3 car lengths gap, and avoiding unnecessarily taking out any S/S driver. • For most races, drivers will line up within their grades two-a-breast. The first driver to arrive at their grade start point will be on the inside, the next to arrive will be along side them and the next to arrive behind those two on the inside etc. Where meetings are run from the server, drivers should change places in every race. Should a driver continuously claim a certain place, then they will be sent to the back of the grid, behind the superstars, for the rest of the meeting. • Should any driver win a race in the meeting, they are then required to start the remaining races from the back of their grade. Failure to do so will result in drivers being docked 2 places per car they started in front off. The only exception to this rule is when the race is gridded by the race manager. • A steward will be used to start races whenever possible. If it is not possible for a steward to be used in a particular race/block of races then alternative arrangements will be given. When the steward is happy with the grid, he/she will type "Anyone NOT ready?" on the bottom right of the screen. Anyone who is not ready must press 't' then type 'no' and press enter...then when they are ready they must type 'ready' and enter. Now the steward will call "OK roll at 20mph NOW!" and the field can all begin to roll at 20mph. If the grade in front of you is slightly slow away for whatever reason, do not get right up on their back bumpers, give them some space and ease off the gas accordingly to keep the gaps between grades fair on the roller (this may be more necessary at some tracks than others due to bumps, track size, and so on). When the pole position white top gets to the entry of turn 3, the steward will call "GO!" any time from this point onwards, and this signals that the race is on and you may go full throttle. • Once the steward has started the race rolling drivers are to remain at a constant 20mph. Any driver 'warming brakes' or 'warming tyres' will be sent to the back of the grid for the rest of the meeting. This is to make sure that the rolling lap speed and thus the gaps between the grades remain constant. • There will be a maximum of 2 restarts per race (if someone has been disconnected, or in extraordinary circumstances such as a completely botched start) and ONLY a UK-Dirt Admin member should restart the race. From the point of the restart a driver will be given 2 minutes to rejoin the race. Should he fail to do he may not request a restart once re-entering the server. The only occasions where more than 2 restarts may be allowed is championship races, and then the steward will declare the time allowed immediately after the restart. • Jump starts will not be tolerated at all. At the stewards discretion any driver caught jumping the start or rolling faster than 20mph will be sent to the back of the grid for the rest of the meeting. Nobody should exceed 20mph on the rolling lap until 'Go' is called. Grade gaps must also remain constant, and drivers will be docked 2 places for failing to keep the grade gap. • Jump starts should be reported to the Race Manager. Offenders will be penalised with docking of places, the amount dependant on how big the jump was and if it is a repeat offence or a first offence. If necessary replays will be viewed during the meeting where positions are relevant (ie consolation places for A finals) - The UK Dirt admin team will view starts following a meeting and will if necessary dock places and points or take disciplinary action for misdemeanours. Drivers who have been docked places will be informed by 8pm the following Monday. Disciplinary Matters • If a driver wishes to complain about an incident they must do so by email or PM and to a UK-Dirt Superstox Admin member(EllisR). The email should contain detail of the incident and unless previously supplied a copy of the replay of the race. • It is not necessary for a driver to be involved in the incident to make a complaint. If a driver wishes to complain about an incident they have seen during a race it will still be considered if an e-mail or pm is submitted. - The deadline for a driver to send in a complaint will be 6:00pm (UK time) on the Thursday following a meeting. • The UK-Dirt Superstox admin team will inform you of their decision by email and/or forum PM by 8pm the following Monday at the latest, so all complaints will be dealt with before the next meeting. (Except where an appeal is lodged.) • For Superstox driving offences drivers will be given minimum of a warning for their first offence, A second offence will result in a minimum 1 meeting ban and any further offences will lead to the ban being doubled, so a 3nd offence equals a minumum two meeting ban, a 4th a minimum 4 meeting ban and so on. • Incidents that take place during any Championship race or Championship Qualification race will be deemed as a more serious than during a 'normal' race and as such will be open to harsher punishments at the discretion of the Superstox Team. • Drivers will be allowed to appeal against any Superstox driving offence by stating their full case and sending a PM to a UK Dirt Superstox Admin member and they will be allowed to continue racing under appeal (if appropriate) until that appeal has been settled. • The UK Dirt Admin Team will review each appeal case on its own merits. • The UK Dirt Admin team's decision of an appeal will be final. Championship Formats World Final • All Meetings prior to the world final will count towards the world final grid. • The top 26 points scorers before the world final will qualify • The World final grid will be formed in points order • The World Final will be run in between the heats on the night but will not carry points towards the meeting final, however it will carry National Points as follows: 50, 40, 30, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8. • The world final will be over 35 laps British Championship • Each driver will get 4 heats each and the top 25 points scorers will go straight into the Final with the top points scorer on pole. • The British Final will be 30 laps European Championship • The race will be the last race of the night with the top 22 available drivers from the National Points placed with the top 4 non-qualifiers from the heats. • The grid will be determined by a random draw (with the drivers qualifying from the heats lining up at the back of the grid in points order) • The European Final will be 30 laps English Championship • The meeting will be run as normal. • The final will be closed grid in grades, with the highest points scorer in each grade over the heats on pole. • The English Final will be 25 laps Scottish Championship • The meeting will be run as normal. • The final will be closed grid in grades, with the highest points scorer in each grade over the heats on pole. • The Scottish Final will be 25 laps Irish Championship • The meeting will be run as normal. • The final will be the first race of the night. The top 24 point scorers before the Irish Championship will qualify. The grid will be randomly drawn, closed grid. • The Irish Final will be 25 laps Best in Britain • The meeting heats will be run as normal. • The grid will be formed on all points scored at Wimbledon meetings before the final(Including heats from the final meeting) • The Best in Britain Final will be 25 laps Southern Championship • The meeting will be run as normal, the champion will be the winner of the meeting final.
  7. National Series Championship 8 meetings in the latter part of the season count towards the National Series. The 2021 World, British, European and 2020 World of Shale Champions will be seeded into the series, together with the next 4 available drivers from the National Points table. In the case that a single driver holds multiple titles, additional drivers will be taken from the National Points table. All drivers start with zero points and scoring is as per normal meeting points. At National Series meetings the National Series drivers will all race from Superstar, and any superstar not in the series will race from Red. At National Series meetings the National Series drivers will be gridding for A-Finals in reverse National Series points order. The last round of the National Series will be double-point scoring. The 2021 National Series Champion is entitled to run 2 silver stripes on the centre of their wing from front to back until they lose the title. This years qualifiers are as follows: McFerran #1 (World, British and European) HGR #777 (World of Shale) Tsjalle #229 (Seeded from National Points) Ellis_Rogers #889 (Seeded from National Points) Kane_M #238 (Seeded from National Points) ShayMurphMurphy #80 (Seeded from National Points) hoggy #92 (Seeded from National Points) Jack Ward #184 (Seeded from National Points) #229 Tsjalle Greidanus - Nat Points Pos: 1st - Final Wins: 1 - Race Wins: 5 Titles: National Points, National Championship, Grand National Championship #889 Ellis Rogers - Nat Points Pos: 2nd - Final Wins: 0 - Race Wins: 4 Titles: National Series. Gala Night Championship #238 Kane Morgan - Nat Points Pos: 3rd - Final Wins: 1 - Race Wins: 5 Titles: English Open #1 Niall McFerran - Nat Points Pos: 4th - Final Wins: 6 - Race Wins: 12 Titles: World Final, British Championship, European Championship #80 Shay Murphy - Nat Points Pos: 5th - Final Wins: 1 - Race Wins: 8 Titles: World Cup #92 John Hogg - Nat Points Pos: 6th - Final Wins: 0 - Race Wins: 14 Titles: #184 Jack Ward - Nat Points Pos: 7th - Final Wins: 0 - Race Wins: 2 Titles: #777 Harry Graham - Nat Points Pos: 12th - Final Wins: 1 - Race Wins: 3 Titles: World of Shale
  8. Congratulations to Tsjalle #229, Kane_M #238, Jack Ward #484, Cammy #143, HGR #777, Ellis_Rogers #889, Mcferren #910, BraderzzCooper #468 for qualifying for the 2021 UKDirt F1 Shootout Series. They will contest the first round this week at Arena Essex. From the UKDirt F1 rules: 6 meetings in the latter part of the season count towards the Shootout Series. The top 8 drivers in the National Points Championship before the first round will contest the Shootout Series. All drivers start with zero points and scoring is as per normal meeting points. At Shootout Series meetings the Shootout drivers will all race from Superstar, and any superstar not in the series will race from Red. At Shootout Series meetings the Shootout drivers will be gridded for A-finals in reverse Shootout points order. At half way (after 3 rounds) the bottom 4 drivers will be dropped from the Shootout Series. The last round of the Shootout Series (the Shootout Finale) will be double-point scoring. The 2021 Shootout Series Champion is entitled to silver stripes until the 2022 Shootout Series. #229 Tsjalle Greidanus - Nat Points Pos: 1st - Final Wins: 4 - Race Wins: 17 Titles: National Points, British Championship, Grand National Championship #238 Kane Morgan - Nat Points Pos: 2nd - Final Wins: 2 - Race Wins: 7 Titles: European Championship, Tarmac Masters #484 Jack Ward - Nat Points Pos: 3rd - Final Wins: 2 - Race Wins: 8 Titles: Irish Championship #143 Cameron Willacy - Nat Points Pos: 4th - Final Wins: 1 - Race Wins: 4 Titles: World Cup #777 Harry Graham - Nat Points Pos: 5th - Final Wins: 1 - Race Wins: 8 Titles: National Series #889 Ellis Rogers - Nat Points Pos: 6th - Final Wins: 1 - Race Wins: 5 Titles: World of Shale #910 Niall McFerran - Nat Points Pos: 7th - Final Wins: 0 - Race Wins: 3 Titles: #468 Bradley Cooper - Nat Points Pos: 8th - Final Wins: 2 - Race Wins: 5 Titles: Scottish Championship With thanks to Kane for taking the time to sort the graphics.
  9. 2021 National Series General Info The Saloon Stock Car National Series Championship will be determined by a Shootout Series and the winner of this series will be declared the 2021 National Series Champion and be able to wear two silver stripes on the centre of their roof for 2022. There will be 6 Rounds in the National Series. These are shown on the fixtures. Seeded drivers are World, European, British and National Champions, together with the next 4 available drivers from the National Points table. In the case that a single driver holds multiple titles, additional drivers will be taken from the National Points table. For the National Series rounds the "champions" grade is suspended and the National Series drivers will start as their own grade at the back of the grid. Drivers in this grade will line up in Reverse National Series Points Order for the Final Only (Whoever is leading the shootout will be right at the back). National Series Scoring The National Series is a separate points chart starting from zero. All races will score as per normal National Points. The National Series Finale will score double points. The highest points scorer will be the National Series Champion. National Series Contenders Cammy #143 (World, British and European Champion) Ellis_Rogers #889 (National Champion) CB #167 (3rd in National Points) Kane_M #238 (4th in National Points) HGR #777 (5th in National Points) BenChambers #800 (6th in National Points) chesterlove #242 (7th in National Points) Stannie #24 (8th in National Points)
  10. The European Championship is this coming Monday at Northampton Shaleway and we have our qualifiers: 1, 889, 80, 910, 184, 238, 92, 284, 147, 800, 293, 924, 167, 680, 124, 143, 777, 285, 461, 589 (As of 26th July) European Championship Qualification: The European Championship will be a standalone race held before the meeting. The race will be open to the top 20 available drivers from the national points. A last chance race will be held before the European Championship race run in graded order, the top 4 finishers in this race will qualify for the final. Championship: The European Championship will be a 20 lap race. The grid will be drawn randomly before the event. The winner of this race will be declared European Champion after any appeals have been decided. The European champion MUST display a red and yellow chequered wing (unless a higher ranking title is held). The grid will be drawn at Kings Lynn 31st July and each driver will pick out their grid slot. Those not at Kings Lynn have chosen from 1 of 3 members who is attending to draw out their grid slot. We have randomised the top 20 drivers to determine who goes first, this is as follows... List randomised 12 times as current European Champion is 183 Charlie Guinchard and his number adds up to 12... 80 184 680 285 167 238 910 800 284 889 924 143 92 777 147 461 124 1 589 293 European Championship grid has been drawn and can be found here: Drivers in Bold are BOOKED. Drivers in Red are BANNED. In - Out Row 1: 147 - 589 Row 2: 124 - 143 Row 3: 924 - 777 Row 4: 80 - 680 Row 5: 889 - 184 Row 6: 800 - 910 Row 7: 92 - 284 Row 8: 293 - 1 Row 9: 167 - 238 Row 10: 461 - 285 Row 11: LCQ 1 - LCQ 2 Row 12: LCQ 3 - LCQ 4 Row 13: LCQ 5 - LCQ 6 Those drivers banned or not attending will leave a gap on the grid and frees up another spot in the Last Chance. Please let us know ASAP if you can't make the meeting.
  11. The upcoming meeting at Skegness for the UK Open Championship on the 7th July has been cancelled due to Euro 2020 and a replacement date for this meeting will not be found. The UK Open Championship will be added to the Bristol event the following week and will be run as an extra race after the normal meeting final. The 2021 UKDirt Saloon Stockcar season will now run through 38 meetings as opposed to 39. Apologies for any inconvenience.
  12. World Championship Final: World Final - Ipswich (11/01/21) After 4 rounds, the top 26 drivers qualify for the World Championship Final next Monday (11/01/21). Hoggy #92 scored the most points and will take pole in the main race. The World Final grid lines up as follows... 92 - 80 229 - 889 143 - 910 238 - 492 147 - 144 167 - 210 125 - 777 359 - 57 85 - 90 145 - 68 461 - 312 242 - 911 124 - 589 Reserves (in order): 54 284 7 846 184 454 468 992 121 192 94 783 606 449 259 132 455 599 482 272 221 35 86 426 600 713 183 452 416 Bold - Booked in Red - Banned Purple - World Final only Rules: World Final • All Meetings prior to the world final will count towards the world final grid. • The top 26 points scorers before the world final will qualify • The World final grid will be formed in points order • The World Final will be run in between the heats on the night but will not carry points towards the meeting final, however it will carry National Points as follows: 50, 40, 30, 20, 18, 16, 14, 12, 10, 8. • The world final will be over 30 laps
  13. National Series Championship 8 meetings in the latter part of the season count towards the National Series. The 2020 World, British, European Champions and 2019 World of Shale Champion will be seeded into the series, together with the next 4 available drivers from the National Points table. In the case that a single driver holds multiple titles, additional drivers will be taken from the National Points table. All drivers start with zero points and scoring is as per normal meeting points. At National Series meetings the National Series drivers will all race from Superstar, and any superstar not in the series will race from Red. At National Series meetings the National Series drivers will be gridding for A-Finals in reverse National Series points order. The last round of the National Series will be double-point scoring. The 2020 National Series Champion is entitled to run 2 silver stripes on the centre of their wing from front to back until they lose the title. This years qualifiers are as follows: Tsjalle #1 (World and British) Ellis_Rogers #889 (European) Cammy #143 (World of Shale) Kane #238 (Seeded from National Points) hoggy #92 (Seeded from National Points) Jack Ward #184 (Seeded from National Points) BraderzzCooper #468 (Seeded from National Points) ShayMurphMurphy #80 (Seeded from National Points)
  14. Congratulations to Tsjalle #229, Jakeeey #691, Kane_M #238, DanSkin #236, HGR #777, Ellis_Rogers #889, Jack Ward #484, Cammy #143 for qualifying for the 2020 UKDirt F1 Shootout Series. They will contest the first round this week at Hednesford. From the UKDirt F1 rules: 6 meetings in the latter part of the season count towards the Shootout Series. The top 8 drivers in the National Points Championship before the first round will contest the Shootout Series. All drivers start with zero points and scoring is as per normal meeting points. At Shootout Series meetings the Shootout drivers will all race from Superstar, and any superstar not in the series will race from Red. At Shootout Series meetings the Shootout drivers will be gridded for A-finals in reverse Shootout points order. At half way (after 3 rounds) the bottom 4 drivers will be dropped from the Shootout Series. The last round of the Shootout Series (the Shootout Finale) will be double-point scoring. The 2020 Shootout Series Champion is entitled to silver stripes until the 2021 Shootout Series.
  15. The UKDirt 2020 Banger World Championship Final at Ipswich will take place on Tuesday 27th October at 8.30pm. Please read the following bullet points below. Skins All drivers racing in the world race or last chance qualifier must have their own skin in the skinpack, with their number clearly visible on the roof fin as a minimum. Similar to the real life Spedeworth World Final, all skins must be painted and be a fresh car. No pre-raced or raw/unpainted skins are allowed. If you're stuck for a skin, then please message me and I can sort one out for you. Skin Deadline is Monday 26th October at 9pm. You must use the said above skin within the last chance qualifier or world final. The following cars are banned from the meeting 59 Miller Meteor, 67 GTO and 68 W100 600. Bookings All drivers MUST book in before 6pm to race in the World Final or LCQ race. Bookings must be made through the website. If unable to do this, then please let me know. Any world finalist who does not book in by 6pm or have a skin, will have their spot given to the next person in the world qualifying points who has booked in on time and has an eligible skin in the skinpack. If any drivers are unable to take their spot, please let me know. Last Chance Qualifier The top 20 drivers that have not qualified for the world final, have an eligible skin and have points on the World Qualifying Points, will be eligible to race in the Last Chance Qualifier. The race will be 15 laps. The Grid will be random computer order. Only the winner of the Last Chance Qualifier race will make it into the world final. World Final The world final will be a 30 lap race. The Grid will be random computer order. Meeting Format There will be the Last Chance Qualifier, then World Final and a full meeting following this. We will be using Foxhall Stadium which is found within Kizza's Track Pack If you have any questions about the above or anything else, please reach out to myself or a member of the banger admin team. The following drivers have qualified for the 2020 Banger World Championship Final. Congratulations to them. Qualifiers 39 LeeK 151 Dode 204 Blackiejnr 212 Pedz 223 sam g 238 Kane_M 244 Toff 274 bigdaveUK 348 Boyle 387 Towner 455 Kbarker 468 BraderzzCooper 482 ginger 649 TheGiantThumb 652 Ryan Simpson 698 martinj 742 Imber 760 Ryano 777 HGR 889 Ellis_Rogers
  16. 2020 National Series General Info The Saloon Stock Car National Series Championship will be determined by a Shootout Series and the winner of this series will be declared the 2020 National Series Champion and be able to wear two silver stripes on the center of their roof for 2021. There will be 6 Rounds in the National Series. These are shown on the fixtures. Seeded drivers are World, European, British and National Champions, together with the next 4 available drivers from the National Points table. In the case that a single driver holds multiple titles, additional drivers will be taken from the National Points table. For the National Series rounds the "champions" grade is suspended and the National Series drivers will start as their own grade at the back of the grid. Drivers in this grade will line up in Reverse National Series Points Order for the Final Only (Whoever is leading the shootout will be right at the back). National Series Scoring The National Series is a separate points chart starting from zero. All races will score as per normal National Points. The National Series Finale will score double points. The highest points scorer will be the National Series Champion. National Series Contenders Ryan Simpson #653 (World Champion) Kane Morgan #238 (European Champion) John Hogg #92 (British Champion) Jake Cameron #691 (National Champion) Cameron Willacy #143 (3rd In National Points Chart) Harry Graham #777 (6th In National Points Chart) Ellis Rogers #889 (7th In National Points Chart) Bradley Cooper #468 (8th In National Points Chart) National Series Standings After Round 5 140 maximum points availiable - all cars can still win going into the final round Position Number Nickname Meetings Points 1 238 Kane_M 5 187 2 889 Ellis_Rogers 5 164 3 143 Cammy 5 162 4 777 HGR 5 154 5 92 hoggy 5 124 6 653 Ryan Simpson 4 122 7 468 BraderzzCooper 5 110 8 691 Jakeeey 4 83
  17. World of Shale - Major 13 Championship: The World of Shale championship will be a 20 lap race. The World of Shale will be the first race of the night, 28 cars The Championship will be a gridded race, based on the seasons Shale points (highest on pole) The winner of this race will be declared World of Shale Champion after any appeals have been decided. The World of Shale champion must run the 2 gold stripes on their roof until they lose the title. Previous Championship Results: Year 1st 2nd 3rd 2019 Kane_M, #238 Ellis_Rogers, #889 HGR, #777 2018 LeeK, #39 HGR, #777 BryanLee, #641 Qualifiers: 238, 653, 691, 889, 143, 92, 468, 777, 455, 271, 910, 844, 167, 192, 210, 348, 24, 121, 311, 293, 497, 229, 482, 18, 100, 114, 183, 716, 220, 212, 924 Reserves: 147, 589, 46, 977, 107, 355, 122, 96, 47, 298, 79, 201, 145, 517, 426, 86, 712, 299, 111, 492, 23, 922, 320, 471, 20, 263, 911, 281, 156, 611, 213, 162, 649, 616, 245, 32, 575, 628, 510, 64, 48, 13, 80, 84, 454, 40, 169, 503, 927, 146, 599, 524, 28, 721, 6 A full meeting will follow the World of Shale.
  18. Not all formats are on the website so I have decided to post this here for all to see: All Majors use the Eligibility Rule: You must have competed in at least 1 UKDirt Saloon Stockcar meeting prior to a championship meeting in order to be eligible for the championship race. World Championship - Major 1 All major championships and other selected events, will be designated as World Ranking events as shown in the fixture list. All drivers racing at these designated events will score points in 2 ways as follows: Attendance Points: Euro / British / National - 12 points English / Scottish / Irish - 10 points All other WR events - 6 points Performance Points: The top 10 in the Championship races will score from 10pts for 1st down to 1pt for 10th, multiplied as follows: Euro / British x 4 National x 3 English / Scottish / Irish x 2 Other WR x 1 In addition to the above, the top twenty in each tracks Track Championship will receive 20,19,18,17,16,15,14,13,12,11,10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1 points. Tracks with 1 or 2 meetings will score normal points, Tracks with 3 or 4 meetings will be doubled. Tracks with 5 or more will be trebled. World Rankings will run up to the last meeting before the world final at which point the top 24 cars in the rankings will automatically qualify for the WF in points order. any reserves will be taken from the next positions. Last Chance: The last chance will be a 16 lap race, non-points scoring, 24 cars. The grid will then be formed in points order of those who are not already on the World Final grid. The Top 4 in this race will join the back of the WF grid giving a 28-car final. World Final: The world final will be a 25 lap race. The Grid will be formed in World Ranking Points order. Drivers qualifying from the last chance qualifier will be added to the back of the grid in the order they finished in that race. If the World Champion does not qualify, the driver will be added to the back of the grid to make a 29-car final The winner of this race will be declared World Champion after any appeals have been decided. Points will score: 50, 45, 40, 35, 30, 25, 20, 15, 10, 5 The World Champion must display a gold roof until they lose the title. National Points - Major 2 The National Points is whoever scores the most points throughout the entire season. The National Points Champion must run Silver on their roof until they lose the title. National Series - Major 3 There will be 6 Rounds in the National Series at the end of the season. These are shown on the fixtures. Seeded drivers are World, European, British and National Champions, together with the next 4 available drivers from the National Points table. In the case that a single driver holds multiple titles, additional drivers will be taken from the National Points table. For the National Series rounds the "champions" grade is suspended and the National Series drivers will start as their own grade at the back of the grid. Drivers in this grade will line up in Reverse National Series Points Order for the Final Only (Whoever is leading the shootout will be right at the back). National Series Scoring The National Series is a separate points chart starting from zero. All races will score as per normal National Points. The National Series Finale will score double points. The highest points scorer will be the National Series Champion. The National Series Champion must run 2 silver stripes on the centre of their roof until they lose the title. British Championship - Major 4 Qualification: The British championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The British championship will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared British Champion after any appeals have been decided. The British champion must run the Black & White Checkers on their roof until they lose the title. European Championship - Major 5 Qualification: The European championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The European championship will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared European Champion after any appeals have been decided. The European champion must run the Red & Yellow Checkers on their roof until they lose the title. National Championship - Major 6 Qualification: The National championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The National championship will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared National Champion after any appeals have been decided. The National champion must run the Gold Stripe on their roof until they lose the title. English Championship - Major 7 Qualification: The English championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The English championship will be a 20 lap race The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared English Champion after any appeals have been decided. The English champion must run the St Georges cross on their roof until they lose the title. Scottish Championship - Major 8 Qualification: The Scottish championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The Scottish championship will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared Scottish Champion after any appeals have been decided. The Scottish champion must run the Scottish Flag on their roof until they lose the title. Irish Championship - Major 9 Qualification: The Irish championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The Irish championship will be a 20 lap race The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared Irish Champion after any appeals have been decided. The Irish champion must run the Green and White Checkers on their roof until they lose the title. ORCi Championship - Major 10 Qualification: The ORC championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The ORC championship will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared ORC Champion after any appeals have been decided. The ORC champion must run the Orange & White Checks on their roof until they lose the title. UK Open - Major 11 Qualification: The UK open will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The UK championship will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared UK Champion after any appeals have been decided. The UK champion must run the Union Jack on their roof until they lose the title. Dutch Championship - Major 12 Qualification: The Dutch championship will be a stand-alone meeting counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the championship final. Championship: The Dutch championship will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared Dutch Champion after any appeals have been decided. The Dutch champion must run the Orange on their roof until they lose the title. World of Shale - Major 13 Championship: The World of Shale championship will be a 20 lap race. The World of Shale will be the first race of the night, 28 cars The Championship will be a gridded race, based on the seasons Shale points (highest on pole) The winner of this race will be declared World of Shale Champion after any appeals have been decided. The World of Shale champion must run the 2 gold stripes on their roof until they lose the title. Whites & Yellows Championship - Non Major Qualification: Selected meetings over the UKDirt Saloon Stockcar season host Whites and Yellows races that score points towards the Whites and Yellows Championship. These are shown on the fixtures. Points will be scored from the heats throughout the selected meetings. Championship: The W&Y's championship will be a 20 lap race, 28 cars (max). The Championship will be a gridded race, based on the Whites and Yellows points. The winner of this race will be declared Whites and Yellows champion after any appeals have been decided. Champion of Champions - Non Major Championship title winners, Meeting Final & AC Winners, non points scoring, 20 laps run at the end of the meeting The Bumper Trophy / Superbowl / Cornish - Non Majors Qualification: These championships will be a stand-alone meetings counting towards national points & world rankings. Each driver will have 4 qualifying heats in which they are able to score qualifying points for the final. The top 28 points scoring drivers after all the heats are completed will qualify for the final. Championship: The finals will be a 20 lap race. The final will be a gridded race, in points scored in the heats throughout the night. The winner of this race will be declared The Bumper Trophy / Superbowl / Cornish Champion after any appeals have been decided. Memorials - Non Majors Charlene Kingston / Clive Grief / Steve Newman - Memorial race is the meeting final. Gordon Barclay Memorial - Non points, clutch start, closed grades, 16 laps run after the final. Ray Gunn Tribute - Non points, closed grades, 20 laps run after the final.
  19. New Rule - Right Turning to the infield with immediate effect. Deliberately right turning or leaning another car to the infield is not allowed, i.e. turning into a car forcing them to hit an object/wall/tyre on the infield.
  20. The European Championship is this coming Monday at Northampton Shaleway and we have our qualifiers: 229, 1, 889, 92, 184, 691, 80, 143, 468, 236, 981, 147, 910, 777, 653, 124, 186, 924, 100, 167 (As of 28th July) European Championship Qualification: The European Championship will be a standalone race held before the meeting. The race will be open to the top 20 available drivers from the national points. A last chance race will be held before the European Championship race run in graded order, the top 4 finishers in this race will qualify for the final. Championship: The European Championship will be a 20 lap race. The grid will be drawn randomly before the event. The winner of this race will be declared European Champion after any appeals have been decided. The European champion MUST display a red and yellow chequered wing (unless a higher ranking title is held). The grid will be drawn at Skegness 1st August and each driver will pick out their grid slot. Those not at Skegness have chosen a member who is attending to draw out their grid slot. We have randomised the top 20 drivers to determine who goes first, this is as follows... List randomised 23 times as current European Champion is 788 Stephen Mallinson and his number adds up to 23... 229 92 924 184 80 981 167 691 889 777 100 186 236 468 1 653 124 143 147 910 European Championship grid has been drawn and can be found here: Drivers in Bold are BOOKED. Drivers in Red are BANNED. In - Out Row 1: 100 - 924 Row 2: 889 - 124 Row 3: 143 - 147 Row 4: 167 - 653 Row 5: 236 - 229 Row 6: 910 - 186 Row 7: 184 - 80 Row 8: 92 - 981 Row 9: 1 - 691 Row 10: 468 - 777 Row 11: LCQ 1 - LCQ 2 Row 12: LCQ 3 - LCQ 4 Row 13: LCQ 5 - Those drivers banned or not attending will leave a gap on the grid and frees up another spot in the Last Chance. Please let us know ASAP if you can't make the meeting.
  21. Saloon Stock Cars will once again be back hitting the tracks in 2020. We will be kicking things off on the 11/03/20 at Yarmouth. We will be running weekly, every Wednesday night. The full fixture list is on the UKDirt site here. Skin Packs will be released shortly, if you haven't already uploaded a skin please see the skin collection threads. Get booked in now!
  22. All, After a great year for Bangers in 2019, we are running Bangers full time for the 2020 season. We will be running every Tuesday evening at 8.30pm, same as we did for our 2019 season. We will also be using our own skinpack mod, which we will be collecting skins for each week. As with every UKDirt formula, there is no longer a member fee. However, you still need to follow the same steps as before, which can be found with the member information below. Membership information can be found here: Membership Information Rules can be found here: UKDirt Banger Rules Fixtures can be found here: UKDirt Banger Fixtures If you have any questions, please feel free to message me. Thanks, Dode
  23. Congratulations to Jakeeey #691, FastTrack #527, LeeK #39, Kane_M #238, Tsjalle #229, EmielDeJong #211, LittleTheo #57 and HGR #777 for qualifying for the 2019 UKDirt F1 Shootout Series. They will contest the first round this week at Arena Essex. From the UKDirt F1 rules: 6 meetings in the latter part of the season count towards the Shootout Series. The top 8 drivers in the National Points Championship before the first round will contest the Shootout Series. All drivers start with zero points and scoring is as per normal meeting points. At Shootout Series meetings the Shootout drivers will all race from Superstar, and any superstar not in the series will race from Red. At Shootout Series meetings the Shootout drivers will be gridded for A-finals in reverse Shootout points order. At half way (after 3 rounds) the bottom 4 drivers will be dropped from the Shootout Series. The last round of the Shootout Series (the Shootout Finale) will be double-point scoring. The 2019 Shootout Series Champion is entitled to silver stripes until the 2020 Shootout Series.
  24. 2019 National Series The Saloon Stock Car National Series Championship will be determined by a Shootout Series and the winner of this series will be declared the 2019 National Series Champion and be able to wear two silver stripes on the center of their roof for 2020. There will be 5 Rounds in the National Series and 1 National Series Finale to decide the overall winner. These are shown on the fixtures. Seeded drivers are World, European, British and National Champions, together with the next 4 available drivers from the National Points table. In the case that a single driver holds multiple titles, additional drivers will be taken from the National Points table. For the National Series rounds the "champions" grade is suspended and the National Series drivers will start as their own grade at the back of the grid. Drivers in this grade will line up in Reverse National Series Points Order for the Final Only (Whoever is leading the shootout will be right at the back). National Series Scoring The National Series is a separate points chart starting from zero. All races will score as per normal National Points. The National Series Finale will score double points. The highest points scorer will be the National Series Champion. The 2019 National Series Champion is entitled to run 2 silver stripes on the center of their roof until they lose the title. National Series Contenders: ErinnM, #712 - (World Champion) LeeK, #39 - (European, National Champion) Kbarker, #455 - (British Champion) Jakeeey, #691 - (2nd In National Points Chart) HGR, #777 - (3rd In National Points Chart) Kane_M, #238 - (4th In National Points Chart) Tomdavison, #100 - (5th In National Points Chart) Ellis_Rogers, #889- (6th In National Points Chart)
  25. National Series Championship 8 meetings in the latter part of the season count towards the National Series. The 2019 World, British, European Champions and 2018 World of Shale Champion will be seeded into the series, together with the next 4 available drivers from the National Points table. In the case that a single driver holds multiple titles, additional drivers will be taken from the National Points table. All drivers start with zero points and scoring is as per normal meeting points. At National Series meetings the National Series drivers will all race from Superstar, and any superstar not in the series will race from Red. At National Series meetings the National Series drivers will be gridding for A-Finals in reverse National Series points order. The last round of the National Series will be double-point scoring. The 2019 National Series Champion is entitled to run 2 silver stripes on the center of their wing from front to back until they lose the title. This years qualifiers are as follows: Kane #1 (World and European) McFerran #910 (British) Wardy #184 (World of Shale) MartinB #981 (Seeded from National Points) Jake #691 (Seeded from National Points) Ellis_Rogers #889 (Seeded from National Points) EmielDeJong #211 (Seeded from National Points) HGR #777 (Seeded from National Points)
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