2012 Sporting Regulations
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At the end of the Championship, the following titles of World Champions and Cup and Trophy Winners will be conferred:
The Championship comprises primarily the following two World Champion titles:
- The title of FIA World Endurance Champion Driver
- The title of FIA World Endurance Champion Manufacturer LMP1
The following Cup and Trophies will also be awarded:
- World Cup for LMGTE Manufacturers, reserved for Manufacturers entered in LMGTE (whether Pro or Am)
- FIA Endurance Trophy awarded to the best private LMP1 team, officially entered in the Championship but not competing for the title of FIA World Endurance Champion Manufacturer.
- FIA Endurance Trophy awarded to the best LMP2 team
- FIA Endurance Trophy awarded to the best LMGTE Pro team
- FIA Endurance Trophy awarded to the best LMGTE Am team
Scale of points, for all Events other than the 24 Heures du Mans:
Points for the titles of Drivers’ World Champion and Manufacturers’ World Champion, as well as those for the Cup and Trophies, are awarded at each race according to the following scale:
For all the above classifications, an additional point will be awarded, at each Event, to the "pole position" team, as well as to all the drivers making up the crew of the cars concerned, in each category (best time achieved by the car in each category during qualifying).
"Additional cars" and "complementary cars” will not be allowed to score points for the Championship titles, but will retain their place in the classification at the end of each Championship Event, while being "invisible" for the various classifications. The drivers of additional cars entered by a manufacturer registered for the World Championship will be entitled to score points for the Drivers’ World Championship, regardless of the number of cars entered by that competitor in each event, their group and their category.
Composition of the crews
LMP1: Bronze drivers are not permitted
LMP2: A crew of 2 or 3 drivers must include at least one Silver or Bronze driver.
LMGTE Pro: The composition of the crews is free
LMGTE Am: A crew of 2 or 3 drivers must include at most one Gold or Platinum driver.
PLATINUM: professional driver generally recognized as a well-known driver on the international scene, under the age of 55.
GOLD: semi-professional driver in international series or who has distinguished himself in national Championships.
SILVER: Gentleman driver who has distinguished themselves in a National or International series or a driver satisfying the criteria of the Platinum category but aged 60 or over;
BRONZE: Gentleman driver holding an International B licence without a significant record of achievements in motor sport.
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