WSR Rules & Regulations
Silver and Gold license only
Grid is restricted to 30 places by way of BGL (BVTCC Grid Licence) being issue to applicant teams or individuals.
Entry only by pre-season Team or Independent driver application submitted by specified date.
Mid season available drives may also be available via the driver market channel on the WSR Discord.
Once you have started the season drivers cannot change team or move from the Team to Independents Category
Independents may expand into the Teams category by adding a second car. In doing so however the main driver is no longer eligible for the Independents title.
Teams with vacant seats may advertise the place in the WSR Discord drivers market channel. If unsuccessful in filling the car then the BGL grid licence may be withdrawn and offered elsewhere.
STANDARD SCORING SYSTEM
- 20 points
- 17 points
- 15 points
- 13 points
- 11 points
- 10 points
- 9 points
- 8 points
- 7 points
- 6 points
- 5 points
- 4 points
- 3 points
- 2 points
- 1 point
Fastest Lap; 1 point
Lead a lap ;1 point
Percentage of race to complete in order to score ; 75%
EVENT GENERAL INFORMATION
WARM-UP / RACE START PROCEDURE
From race two onward in each event, Success ballast will be applied based on previous race finish order.
Soft Option tyre rounds (Medium as standard)
- Brands Hatch Indy,
- Oulton Park
Hard Option tyre rounds (Medium as standard)
- Brands Hatch GP
- Donington Park
- Croft the ‘hard’ tyre and Knockhill the ‘medium’ compound (with the ‘soft’ tyre being the standard tyre).
Medium Option tyre rounds (Soft as standard)
Hard only tyre rounds
- All Thruxton events
WET RACE IMPACT
In the event of a wet race where you are due to run the option tyre and you choose to run the wet compound, the tyre choice carries over to the next race within that event. If however you pit to change to dry tyres in the race, you must select the option compound
BVTCC SPECIFIC PENALTY SYSTEM
Previously some on track driving offenses were penalised with a ‘Caution’, this will be replaced from 2019A with a ‘Reprimand’.
Strikes will be awarded as follows during events and over the course of the season.
- Three reprimands will now constitute a ‘Strike’
- Two-time penalties will constitute a ‘Strike’
- Red zone penalty will also constitute a ‘Strike’ in addition to a standard 10-place grid drop at the next event.
The strike tally-system and penalties apply as follows.
- 3rd strike – back of the grid (Pitlane start if the 3rd strike was a result of a red zone penalty)
- 4th strike – one race ban (10 place grid drop carried over if 4th Strike was a result of a red zone penalty)
- 5th strike – two race ban (10 place grid drop carried over if 5th Strike was a result of a red zone penalty)
- 6th strike – three race ban (10 place grid drop carried over if 6th Strike was a result of a red zone penalty)
- 7th strike – banned from the championship for the rest of that season.
Strikes will now carry over to the following season and will only be removed after 9 attended meetings.
Unsporting Conduct will result in a race DQ and a Strike as minimum.