Scoring

 

The National Open Road Racing Championship (NORRC) Series awards two official Open Road Racing (ORR) series titles following the conclusion of each season.

The NORRC Series winner is crowned the overall National Open Road Racing Champion. We recognize the Top 3 podium finishers who compete for the overall NORRC title.

The overall NORRC Series title will be awarded to the racer who achieves the lowest cumulative combined time in all four ORR events in a single season, regardless of division or class entered in each event. Each NORRC competitor’s score must be earned in a timed class in all four ORR events, and each competitor must receive an officially scored time in each event.

We also crown a NORRC Best 3 of 4 title winner for those who compete in or receive an official timing score in 3 of 4 ORR events per season. We recognize the Top 3 podium finishers who compete for the NORRC Best 3 of 4 title.

The NORRC Best 3 of 4 title will be for those who compete in three of four ORR events in a single season. The NORRC Best 3 of 4 title will be awarded to the racer who achieves the lowest cumulative combined time in three of four ORR events in a single season, regardless of division or class entered in each event. Each NORRC competitor’s score must be earned in a timed class in three of four ORR events, and each competitor must receive an officially scored time in each event. Any competitor running in 4 of 4 events who does not receive an officially scored time in one of the four events due to a DNS or DNF will be eligible to compete for the NORRC Best 3 of 4 title.

The NORRC scores competitors based on each individual’s cumulative time variance results, achieved by competing in all current US-based ORR events in a single season.

For 2018, NORRC Series competition includes official scoring results from the following ORR events: Big Bend Open Road Race (BBORR), Nevada Open Road Challenge (NORC), Sandhills Open Road Challenge (SORC), and the Silver State Classic Challenge (SSCC).

For consideration to win a NORRC Series title, a competitor may be a combination of both driver, co-driver, or navigator, but must drive in at least one leg in at least two of the four ORR events in a single season to be eligible to win a NORRC title. At this time, no one who functions as a navigator all season will be eligible to win a NORRC title.

Please note, the NORRC is not in charge of official timing and scoring results calculated and published by each individual ORR organization. However, we do utilize the officially posted event results from these organizations for our cumulative scoring model, based on individual participant scored times posted for each event.

These individual event timing and scoring results are then cumulatively compiled by the NORRC, and used for the specific purpose of determining the National ORR Championship Series title, and NORRC Best 3 of 4 title.

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