The BMW Drivers Cup is the principal, individual driver’s championship for the E30 Racing category.
The BMW Drivers Cup is contested over a minimum of 6 Rounds, often including an interstate circuit. Each round will consist of a number of sprint races. A typical season will also consist of an endurance event.
For each race, points are allocated based on finishing position. Points from all races are then added to give the round total. In order to maintain parity between race meetings that may have a different numbers of races, Championship points are then awarded to each competitor based on their round total.
Each competitor will be required to ‘drop’ their worst round result from the overall Championship point score.
Congratulations to Alex Jory #22 for his back-to-back performance, taking out the 2022 Garagistic BMW Drivers Cup Championship!
2022 Qualifying Champion: Alex Jory #22
2022 Rookie Champion: Ryan Carter #15
Club Spirit Award recipient: The Rogers Family
We would like to thank our principal series sponsor Garagistic, BMW Drivers Club Melbourne and Traction Tyres & Suspension, as well as the competitors for putting on some fantastic racing this year.
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Hotly contested since 2001, there have been 15 different winners of the BMW Drivers Cup for E30 Racing. This includes several drivers who have gone on to dominate other series such as Improved Production. E30 Racing honours the past and present champions of our category:
2021 Garagistic BMW Driver's Cup Champion, #22 Alex Jory
2021 Rookie Champion, #38 Mike Bailey