2022 OPRC PRIZE FUND

RallySport Ontario is happy to announce a $15,000 prize fund for the 2022 Ontario Performance Rally Championship, thanks to our generous sponsors! With an additional $1,500 Wildcard prize fund available for distribution.

 

Prize funds will be allocated to the standalone regional event (The Black Bear Rally) and the year-end championships according to the breakdown below.

 

The goals are to boost new and up-and-coming competitors and participation in both the championship as a whole and the standalone OPRC regional event:

  • Drivers must have a CARS or ARA speed factor of 75.0 or lower as of January 1, 2022 to be eligible for prizes.

  • If a driver has both a CARS and ARA speed factor, the higher factor will be used to determine eligibility.

  • Novice drivers are also eligible for Overall and 2WD prizes.

  • In the case of a tie-breaker, the OPRC Ruleset Section 5.7 will apply:

    • In the case of a tie for any of the first three positions in any championship, the competitor with the most event wins shall be declared the winner of the tie, followed by the most second place finishes, then the most third place finishes, etc. until the tie is broken.​

    • The final tie-breaker shall be the total number of regional championship events entered that year.

    • Any ties still existing after application of all tie-breakers shall remain as ties.

  • Drivers must also be a member of a RallySport Ontario affiliated club by August 1, 2022 - Clubs are listed here as well as on the RSO website (www.rallysport.on.ca). You don't need to be a resident of Ontario to join an RSO affiliated club.

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THE 2022 OPRC PRIZE FUND IS PROVIDED BY

Clarington Hyundai OPRC
Enercare OPRC
Ontario Motor Sales OPRC