Hot Hatch Challenge
Hot hatch challenge
OnGrid created the Hot Hatch Challenge (HHC) to cater to the growing popularity of the boosted hatchback platform. As an increasing number of drivers in the track community move into the driver’s seat of these power-punching rockets we set out with the goal to launch a series specifically for them. In 2019 you can now participate in the series all throughout California testing your Hot Hatch and personal skill against other drivers. We are excited to see this series evolve, just like the drivers competing in it.
Please download the PDF in order to class your Hot Hatch: Hot Hatch Challenge Vehicle Classing
Feb 10 - Thunderhill 3 Mile
Apr 21 - Buttonwillow 13 CW
May 27 - Thunderhill 3 Mile
Sept 21 - Thunderhill 2 Mile
NorCal vs SoCal
Aug 31 - Big Willow (Qualifying)
Sept 1 - Big Willow (Race Day)
Feb 9 - Buttonwillow 13 CW
Mar 10 - Streets of Willow
May 25 - Chuckwalla
Nov 16 - Streets of Willow
Dec 21 - Chuckwalla
Vehicle must be a hatchback and boosted from the factory and have been sold in the United States. Wagons do not qualify as a hatchback. Vehicles must have the typical hatchback “look” and not resemble a coupe ie: BMW GT/Grand Coupe, Kia Stinger, Nissan 300ZX, etc. Vehicles not listed on the HHC Vehicle Classing form do not qualify for this series. If there is a vehicle you believe should be added please email email@example.com and stating why it should be added.
Q) How will cars be classed?
A) Drivers will turn in a completed HHC Vehicle Classing form to Timing & Scoring when they pick up and pay for their transponder.
Q) Can I use my own lap timer?
A) No. You must use OnGrid official timing.
Q) How are points rewarded to drivers?
A) 1st place = 5 points
2nd place = 4 points
3rd place = 3 points
4th place = 2 points
5th place = 1 point
Q) How does protesting a driver’s car work?
A) Protest must be submitted no later than 20 minutes after the last competitive session.
Q) What happens if your car gets contested and you’re found to be at fault?
A) All points are forfeited and you’re suspended for the rest of the season.
Q) What happens if you contest a car and the car is found to be in spec?
A) You will lose 3 points and officials may choose to revoke your right to protest.