The Association promotes the ACTC Classic Trials
Championship; first introduced in 1984, the Championship consists of a
number of events which registered contenders are invited to enter.
Additionally ACTC contenders are occasionally invited to events outside
the championships. Six different Championship tables are run - a
contender will score points automatically in those tables for which he
or she is eligible.
The Wheelspin League:
contenders score points based on their overall position relative to
other cars in the trial. Scoring is from 10 points for first down to 1
point for tenth.
The Crackington League:
car contenders score points based on their position relative to other
cars in their class. Scoring is from 10 points for first down to 1 point
for tenth, together with a decimal point amount for the number of
starters in a class, thus attempting to level different sized classes.
passengers who register with ACTC score points relative to the score of
the driver they are accompanying on the same basis as for the
Pouncy League for solo motorcycles and Red Rose Bowl for sidecars and three
motorcycle riders score points based on their position relative to other
riders in their class. Scoring is from 10 points for 1st place down
to 1 point for 10th.
The Team Troll Trophy: teams of
up to four vehicles
registered with ACTC at the beginning of the year score points as per the Crackington League, provided that
any three team members start an
The MCC reliability trials are scored on the basis of
the award won - 5 points for a Gold or higher award, 3 for a Silver and
1 for a Bronze.
A driver or rider registering with ACTC will
automatically receive regulations for all events which form part of the
Championships and may receive notification of other events to which ACTC
has been invited.
Awards & Scoring System
Previous League Winners
holders Wheelspin & Crackington Leagues 1984-2008
2002 Wheelspin Champion Adrian Marfell, VW Spl