2017 Advancement Points

Advancement Points are now tallied for 2017.  For those who read the MSC Guide Book, you know if you win a Championship in any Novice or Amateur  class, you will be moving to the next skill level for the following season.  You will also know if you are a Novice and you earn FIVE Overall Finishes in the Top 3 of your class, you also will be moved up to Amateur for the following season.  Last and finally, if you are a Novice and you reach 125 points in any 4 seasons, you will advance to Amateur after the race you reached 125 points, for Amateur riders, your point out number is 250.   In 2017, we had all of these above scenarios happen, except for the Amateur 250 Point out!

MSC would like to Congratulate all of our advancing riders for this accomplishment.  This means you were at the top of your respective class and you earned your way to the next level.

Riders Advancing

  • Class Champions
    • 250 B – James Slaughter Jr #6 to Expert
    • Open B – Jerome Gladney III #419 to Expert
    • Plus 25C – Dylan Roberts #911 to Amateur
    • Plus 25B – Eric Rivera #12 to Expert
    • Plus 30C – Tim Plaza #555 to Amateur
    • Plus 30B – John Plaza #733 to Expert
    • Plus 40C – Dan Howard #926 to Amateur
    • Plus 40B – Kevin Dillin Jr #410 to Expert
  • Point Out
    • 250C – Robert Everhart #270 to Amateur
    • Open C – Ray Hulseapple #41 to Amateur
  • Top 3 Five Times in Novice Class
    • 250 C – Nicholas Servidone #57 – 5 Races to Amateur
    • Open C – Danny Lucia #283 – 7 Races to Amateur
    • Plus 25 C – John Spiegel Jr #338 – 9 Races to Amateur
    • Plus 25 C – Eric Kidney #522 – 9 Races to Amateur
    • Plus 30 C – James Marks #801 – 5 Races to Amateur
    • Plus 30 C – Cesar Diaz #348 – 8 Races to Amateur
    • Plus 40 C – Blake Powel #824 – 7 Races to Amateur

Once again, congratulations Gentleman, you will receive a very cool advancement plaque at the Awards Banquet on February 11th, 2018

Advancement Points Final 2017