FIA Central European Zone
The CEZ board Zoom Meeting held on Thursday, July 30th and following decisions were taken:
- Beginning of CEZ Championship 2020 in different disciplines of motorsport started and is accounted for from July1st
- The final classification of the 2020 season will be made of to the results achieved in all events, not counting the event where a driver scored the worst result or where a driver did not participate. Summary of all events in different disciplines - minus one. Meaning; “minus one” could be the worst event or event where driver didn’t participate.
According to Article 23-B-4 of the FIA Statutes the World Council (for Karting the CIK/FIA) accepted a Central European Sporting Zone.
Members of this zone are the National Automobile Sporting Associations of the following countries:
Czech Republic (Zone Secretariat)
The Central European Zone run its Zone-Championships under the titel "CEZ-Championship", reserved for drivers holding a valid national or international licence issued by one of the ASNs belonging to the zone, in the following disciplines: Autocross, Circuit Racing (also for historic cars), Drift, Endurance, Cross-Country, Hill-Climb (also for historic cars), Karting, Rally (also for historic cars), Rallycross and Slalom.
The Zone-Board publishes the Zone-Championship-rules and the Zone-Championship-calendar.
The Central European Zone is chaired by the President, Zrinko Gregurek and the Secretary General, Tomas Kunc.
Members of the Zone-Board are the Presidents and Secretary Generals of the member-ASNs. All communication by the entrants/drivers should be done via their parent ASN's.
The Zone-Secretariat is located at the office of ACCR in Prague.
All communication by the entrants/drivers should be done via their parent ASN's.
Please contact ACCR for all other administrative questions:
Autoklub České republiky Opletalova 1337/29, 110 00 Prague 1 - Nove Mesto
E-Mail: email@example.com, http://www.cez-motorport.com