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    ISOC Points Championships and "throw out" races

    Posted by AmSnow
    on Monday, September 29, 2008
     
     

    The 2008-2009 snocross race season will bring with it many changes under the direction of ISOC (International Series of Champions, Inc.). One of the most exciting changes is an opportunity for all classes racing at the National level to compete for a prestigious National Points Championship. Previously, only the Pro and Semi-Pro divisions vied for National Points Championships. This year, all National classes will be able to battle for a National Title.

    The Eastern National race will be a non-points event for all classes except Semi Pro and Pro. The Valcourt event is also only offered to the Pros and Semi Pros. Therefore, these two events will not count in the points chase for all the Sport and Junior classes.

    The 2008-2009 ISOC snocross race season is also offering another option for its competitors. For all regional series, the Points Championships will allow "throw out" races. For example, for a regional schedule of 6 or less races, you can throw out one score. For a schedule with 7 or more races, you can throw out two scores. Thus, if you have prior commitments, or simply have a bad weekend, this gives you a chance to throw out that score and remain in a competitive position in the battle for the class championship. 

    More info: www.isocracing.com

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