The Ocala Gran Prix Scholarship Program Rules, Regulations and Guidelines:
Competitor must be a Florida resident for at least two years prior to program registration.
The Driver must compete in the entire Grand Slam of Ocala Gran Prix Local Series. There are two separate series at OGP to make up the Grand Slam. The first local series is the winter/spring program while the second series is summer /fall. Also, no drops will be calculated in the final standings.
The scholarship is determined by the total number of points added from both series and the points will continually be updated on the OGP web page.
The driver must maintain a minimum of a B average grade throughout the school year - If the winner does not meet the requirements of a B grade then the winnings move to the next eligible driver.
Program only open for drivers in the IAME Mini Swift, IAME X30 Junior, Vortex Mini ROK and Vortex ROK Junior classes.
Driver cannot change class after the first event weekend.
Competitor can only win the scholarship once - If the winning driver has already won a scholarship then the award will go to second place and so on until there is a winner.
The scholarship will be given out the second Saturday of January of the following year.
The race director will have final ruling on penalties and infractions and finally, should the first or second place finisher in the championship not meet the criteria, the scholarship will go to the next qualified candidate based on the end of the series championship points.
All forms must be submitted by March 11, 2018.
All rules are subject to change at any time.
All drivers must register to participate:
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