BOSS Fan Club & Track Championship – UPDATE.

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BOSS The longest running Stock Car Supporters Fan Club announced it’s closure earlier this year. Stock Car Fans & Drivers from around the country stepped up to the plate to see if anything could be done to reverse this decision and reignite not only the Fan Club but the BOSS Track Championship as well.

Below is a recent press release from Rich Masterson #103 regarding BOSS

There have been a few changes in personnel within, but the aims and targets of the club remain the same.

Members are welcome to join from whatever involvement they have within the F1 stock car community and from wherever, all over the country and Europe.

We are going to try and take the BOSS Club travelling all over with new ideas and plans for social events and nights that don’t just revolve around the Bradford area. Although it is very likely that the Clubs big event of the Awards Celebration and Knees Up will keep to its Birthright in the area of Bradford.

For those that are unaware of BOSS and what the club supports, its main aim is to show appreciation to the drivers. It runs its own Track Championship over several (12) rounds throughout the season with an equal amount on of those meetings on shale and tarmac.The main difference with this Championship that appeals to the drivers who become members is that every driver regardless of grade has a fair chance of achieving a decent points haul due to a points multiplier system. This is where a driver gets his/her points multiplied depending on grade.

A White Grade Driver will have their points X by 4.
A Yellow Grade Driver will have their points X by 3.
A Blue Grade Driver will have their points X by 2.
And a Red / Superstar Grade Driver will score single points only.

This giving all grades a fair crack at winning something in the Track Championship.

The funds raised from memberships and social events are put back into the sport via the Track Championship prize fund.

The cost of membership is £20 for a driver wishing to compete in the Track Championship, and £10 for a normal membership. Membership forms shall hopefully be available as soon as this weekend and be available from the #1 Team Fairhurst Coach and #103 Rich Masterson coach (this will be finalised and shared later in the week)

So all fans interested in becoming involved with this great Club then please show your support and join and help show the drivers your appreciation and become involved with a more social side of F1 Stock car Racing.

F1 Stockcars.com has confirmed with BOSS that we will continue to support BOSS in any way which we can to increase their online presence and we remain committed to hosting the BOSS Track Championship Points throughout the racing season.

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