SVR 2024 AX Series Championship Rules

SVR 2024 AX Series Championship Rules



The following guidelines will be in effect for the inaugural 2024 SVR AX series championship which will govern how awards are awarded in various car classes based on drivers meeting minimum requirements.

Minimum Requirements:

I order to qualify for the SVR AX series championship, drivers must compete in at least 50% of the scheduled events. For 2024, SVR has scheduled 8 events, so the minimum number of events needed to qualify is four. In addition, the driver must compete in the same class for all events scored to be eligible.


The SVR AX series championship will follow the Zone 7 award points which is indicated below:

F-1 Series Scoring

To be eligible for a year end trophy a participant must run more than 50 percent of the

scheduled SVR Autocross series events.

F-1.1 Drops

The quantity of series events held determines the number of events counted towards year

end awards for class and PAX trophies.

4 events in the series All events count

5-6 events Drop 1 event.

7-8 events Drop 2 events.

9 or more events Drop 3 events.

F-1.2 Class Scoring

Class scoring points will be awarded for each event as follows:

Place Points Place Points


1 20 6 7
2 16 7 5
3 13 8 3
4 11 9 2
5 9 10 1

F-1.3 Ladies Classes

If 2 or more women in a class participate in the eligible number of events there will be a

separate appropriate ladies’ class. For instance, if 3 eligible women participate in the O-03 class they will compete separately in a O-03L class. This would not exclude women from the Open class and PAX awards.

F-1.3 Awards

There is a PCA Zone 7-year end award for Class Champions Awards will be granted to the highest place driver(s) in each class, except FUN, based on the following:

Class Participants Awards Given

1-3 participants 1

4-6 participants 2

7+ participants 3

F-1.4 PAX Scoring

PAX points will be awarded for each event as follows:

Place Points Place Points Place Points


1 100 11 52 21 18
2 94 12 48 22 16
3 88 13 44 23 14
4 82 14 40 24 12
5 77 15 36 25 10
6 72 16 32 26 8
7 68 17 29 27 6
8 64 18 26 28 4
9 60 19 23 29 2
10 56 20 20 30 1




F-1.4.1 PAX Factors

Each Zone 7 class is assigned a PAX Index number. These are multipliers used to

compare participants’ times with others across different classes. The participant’s best.

time is multiplied by their class PAX Index for a modified time to be compared with

others. The PAX factors for each class are based on the vehicles’ performance potential.

Each year the index values may be modified as conditions change. There are PCA Zone

7-year end PAX awards for Open, Masters (65+), and Ladies Champions.

Class PAX Index Class PAX Index Class PAX Index Class PAX Index




A 01 1.0 O-01 .873 P-01 .886 U-01 .990
A02 1.0 O-02 .883 P-02 .896    
A03 090 O-03 .914 P-03 .927    
A04 .926 O-04 .940 P-04 .954    
A05 .929 O-05 0943 P-05 .957    
A06   O-06 0954 P-06 .968    
A SDN .901 O-SDN .915 P-SDN .928    
AS SUV 0889 O-SUV .902 P-SUV .916    




























F-1.5 Tie Breaker

In the event of a points total tie at the end of the season for Class and/or PAX, breaking the

tie will be by comparing all head-to-head events of the tied competitors. The competitor

that beat the other(s) the most will win the tie. If a tie remains, the tie will stand.


All cars that register and indicate a class will be automatically entered into the SVR AX series championship.


Year to date scoring will be maintained by the SVR AX team and posted to the SVR website.