The aim of the Masters Challenge is to encourage the “older” Formula Vee drivers to keep driving and racing hard. The age criteria is 45 and over as of the 1st January of the competition racing calendar year.
All placings count towards Masters points (both Heat & Final when applicable – however only one race per round counts) and using the official results as published by the 750MC.
The Vee Centre will award the top driver the Masters Challenge Trophy that will be engraved and returned at the end of the next season.
The aim of the award is to recognise the efforts in moving up the grid from qualifying, whether this is down to superb overtaking efforts or the overall consistency of the racer enabling them to stay on track.
A point is given for each place gained from the starting grid to the drivers final finishing position. When applicable, all heats and final races count.
The Vee Centre will award the top driver the Highest Grid Mover Trophy that will be engraved and returned at the end of the next season.
The Teams Event aims to develop team building across the grid.
At the beginning of the race season, all Championship registered drivers are put into teams by the Vee Centre.
After each race, the positions held by each team member (excluding the highest placed team members) are averaged out across the team. The scores are accumulated after each round, with the winning team awarded a prize from the Vee Centre.
The aim is to award the best driving effort from each round. This could be for an outstanding qualifying, total domination in the race, achieving above expectations, going above and beyond in the paddock etc.
All nominations are welcome and the Vee Centre Team will decide on a majority vote.
At present the award is provided by the title sponsor of the Championship.
The aim is to reward the best performance by a Centre member who is self-run throughout the season. This does not mean that they build their own engine and chassis, but bring their car to the race track themselves and do the majority of the work in preparing/running the car themselves.
All members will be contacted by the Centre to ensure all drivers entered into the Championship that are eligible for the award are accounted for. The award is given to the highest positioned Centre member at the end of the season using the official 750MC Formula Vee Championship table.
The Vee Centre will award the top driver the Best Independent Trophy that will be engraved and returned at the end of the next season.