Moto1400, Moto1000, 1800 and 1600 classes, reduction in number of 2016 JMT Mono Championship rounds.
Following the aborted race at Oulton Park, the Club has concluded that attempting to accommodate a replacement round for those people inconvenienced would be impractical and therefore for these classes the 2016 JMT Mono Championship will now be contested over a maximum of 15 rounds (in the firm hope that nothing else causes us to loose any further rounds). Oulton will be recorded as only one round taking place.
This ‘lost’ round does not count as a dropped score. The Championship regulations (copied below) allow for this situation with the final points position being calculated on each competitors best scores out of the number of rounds actually held, minus 2. Thus, if nothing else reduces the number of rounds run, the top 13 scores FOR THESE CLASSES will count for the championship.
The other classes of Mono F3, 2000 & Classic remain unaffected since they completed 2 rounds at Oulton Park.
1(6).2 The points awarded from all valid championship rounds held less 2 will determine final championship points and positions, including the Monoposto SUNBAC Nova Awards