About BCRC

Baltic Circuit Racing Championship 2022 regulations:

1. The Championship shall consist of the following 4 rounds:

Round I - Porsche ring, Estonia

Round II - Bikernieki, Latvia 

Round III - Nemun ring, Lithuania 

Round IV - Audru ring, Estonia 

All 4 stages will bring points to the overall championship classification.

1. If there are two races during the weekend, the average points of both races of the same weekend will be counted into final standings of the Baltic Circuit Racing Championship.

2. Each Championship stage will be guided by the Regulations of the country federation which is hosting the race.

3. Baltic Circuit Racing Championship is the only official joined Circuit Racing championship in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia recognized by Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian motorsports federations.

4.

Baltic Circuit Racing Championship classes:

Class

Numbers

C600 (pretendent)      

Green numbers, white background

C1200 (pretendent)

Green numbers, white background

B600

Red numbers, white background

B1200

Red numbers, white background

Supersport 300 (SSP 300)

White numbers, black background

Superstock 600 (SSK)

Yellow numbers, red background

Superbike (SBK)

Black numbers, white background

 

5. In referring to the certain class as a part of The Championship, prefix “Baltic” is mandatory, i.e. “winner of the Baltic Supersport”, “Baltic Superbike race” etc.

6. Championship individual standings will be calculated for all participating riders. The points are being counted for the places according to the table below:

PLACE

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

12

14

15

POINTS

25

20

16

13

11

10

9

8

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

 

In case of the even result winner is determined by the number of the higher places taken during the season. For example if two riders have the same amount of points after the last race then the one who had more first places during the season becomes a winner. If both riders won same amount of first places then the one who won more second places becomes a winner and so on. If result still remains even then the one who took higher position in the last race becomes a winner.

7. Championship team standings will be calculated for all participating teams, which are officialy registered in national federations. At each stage team’s riders from each class bring points for the team. If several riders from the same team race in the same class then the results of the rider, who finished in the higher position will be calculated in the team classification. The team with the most points in the overall Championship team standings will become a winner. If several teams have the same amount of points after the last stage then winning team is determined by the number of the higher places taken by the team’s riders in the individual Championship classification. If the result remains equal, then the team which has a rider with higher result in the Superbike class becomes a winner.

8. All relevant information about the championship and registrations to all races will be on www.balticrr.eu.

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