There will be year-end awards (eg., trophies) for the top competitors in each
of the classes. For the Rally Championship trophies will be given five deep
in classes with 15 or more competitors, four deep for classes with 10 through
14 competitors, and three deep for classes with 9 or less competitors. Rallycross
competitors must start a minimum of two events to be eligible for a year end award.
To be a candidate a driver must begin the year having never finished a Rally
as a driver. The rookie of the year will be the qualifying driver who finishes
in the highest percentile in his class. If a tie exists, the driver in the class with
the most drivers will be the Rookie of the Year. The co-driver award will go to the first
year codriver who accrued the most points with the driver who won Rookie of
The Zimmerman Award was created to recognize those individuals who have made
outstanding contributions to the sport of rallying in general and the CRS specifically.
The recipient is determined by the director of the CRS. The award honors the
sportsmanship and support of Dr. Kenneth Zimmerman, and is presented by Chad
DiMarco of Sube Sports.
The Galal Souki award was created to recognize GT and Stock Class competitors
who typify the spirit of helpfulness and competitiveness that has come to be
associated with the Stock Classes.
It is the unselfish contributions of workers at all events, whether communications,
blockage or control workers, which enable our series to succeed. The recipients
of this award are selected by the CRS Board of Governors in recognition of their
years of service to the sport of rallying.
The Bill Moore Award was created to honor a co-driver who, like Bill, has contributed
to the sport of rallying in many areas, including as a worker, organizer, or