MGCCHR Clubman Point Scoring System

March 2021

The Honour Board on the wall in the Clubroom has provision for the yearly Clubman Champion and Sporting Champion. Every member has the chance to get their name on the board through consistency of participation in Sporting Events or Clubman Runs.

Sporting results are kept by the Sporting Director and apply to any MG Club endorsed sporting event that members compete in whether it is a hill climb, motorkhana or racetrack event. 1 point is allocated for each sporting event a member competes in during the club year. 1st, 2nd and 3rd placings are decided by the total number of points allocated and are rewarded with a trophy. The 1st placing winner's name is listed as the Sporting Champion on the Honour Board.

Clubman results are kept by Public Relations Officer (PRO) and are forwarded to them via;

(A) the member responsible for monthly Wednesday mid week pub and club runs,

(B) the member responsible for monthly Thursday tuning runs,

(C) the Club Captain responsible for Sunday monthly Clubman runs.

To qualify for Clubman points members must participate in a minimum of 3 event runs, mixed or the same event, in the same MG during the club year (July to June). Depending on what model MG you own and or participate in will decide 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each allocated model division. The PRO allocates one point to each driver and Mate (car partners, wives, girlfriends, boyfriends etc.) for each Clubman run for each MG Division. Trophies are awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each MG Division and to the first three MG Mates. The overall winner (the member who participates in the most Clubman runs) wins the Clubman Trophy and has their name listed as the Clubman Champion on the Honour Board.

Our Club also has a NON MG class which is designed to attract members with other marque sports cars to join our club and participate in all runs. There is only one NON MG and Mate combined trophy which is awarded to the member with the highest points at the end of the club year. The PRO allocates one point to each NON MG sports car participating in a run. Members must also participate in a minimum of 3 runs in the same NON MG car to qualify for the trophy.

Although NOT awarded annually the Octagon Award Trophy can be awarded by the committee to a NON committee member who in the view of the committee continually assists the MGCCHR with a range of services over the club year.