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Minimum Participation Requirements (MPR)
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Rookies are required to participate in at least four official Time Trial sessions OR two official Race Sessions during the current 12-week racing season in order to earn a Class D license (provided their safety record meets the minimum standard) in a particular category.
All non-rookies are required to participate in at least four official Time Trial sessions OR four official Race sessions during the current 12-week racing season in the series in which they are licensed in order to be promoted (provided their safety record meets the minimum standard) in a particular category.
What is an Official Race:
For a race to be official, the race must meet the official minimum field size requirements. For a driver to be credited with an official race start, the driver must complete at least one lap in an official race session and receive championship points.
What is an Official Time Trial:
A Time Trial is only official if a driver completes the required number of consecutive incident free laps and receives a Fastest “X” Lap Avg. time in the session.
Drivers must participate in a series with minimum license eligibility requirements that match the driver’s current license level in a given category. Sessions in a series with minimum license eligibility requirements below the driver’s current license level ("racing down”) will not count.
A driver with a Class D road racing license may complete the minimum participation requirements for the current season by competing in four Time Trials or four Race sessions in the Class D Skip Barber Race Series. But if the same driver runs sessions in the Advanced Rookie Solstice series (racing down), the sessions will not count towards his/her minimum participation requirement.
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