The area reps normally organise a regular event. By using the points awarded at these events a local championship will be run. The top three places for each class, automatically qualifying for the finals that will be held over a weekend around the end of August or the beginning of September. The points will have to be collated locally by either the area rep or a nominated volunteer.
To allow the final to be held at a suitable time of the year the trialing season will be changed so the final can be held around the first week in September give or take a week or so. The season will start on 1st September and run through to the end of July with the finals again held around the end of August or the first week in September
The classes that will be supported within the local championship will be at the discretion of the area rep, this is due to limited terrain and size of the local sites. It will probably mean that class one vehicles will need to drive the new AVT class, because there may not be sufficient area on these sites to support both AVT and Modified sections.
The winner of this series will be known as the AWDC Drivers Champion for the respective class.
This is a series of 9 events where the best of 7 counts. Each event is hosted by an area rep in a different part of the country. These trials will consist of 8 AVT sections and 8 pro-mod sections, so consideration is needed when selecting the site to ensure the site is capable of supporting the 16 sections. This championship will be a similar format to other disciplines (Safari and Challenge) within the AWDC. The national event which is hosted by an area rep will form part of their local series, so the drivers will receive points that will count for both the national and local championships.
The season for this event will remain January to November, with the drivers that accumulate the most points in each class, receiving the trophy for their respective class at the AGM. There will also be a trophy going to the runner up of each class.
The winner of this series will be known as the AWDC National Champion for the respective class. The points will be collated by the trials co-ordinator and published on the website.
The Charles Mansell, the Russell Taunton and the RTV Trials Shields will be allocated to the appropriate new Class, following consultation with the original donors. Confirmation will be published as soon as it practicable.