The 2017 AWDC Britpart Safari Championship consists of 8 rounds staged at some of the UK's finest off-road venues. To find out more information about Comp Safaris click the link below

Challenge. The latest event of this type from the AWDC is the 'Driven to the Edge' Endurance Challenge. Click here for more info

Drive Rounds enable you to take your 4x4 off road in a non-competitive environment and are an ideal introduction to off-road driving. Suitable for all vehicles of all types

Trials take place at sites all around the country and enable you to test your driving skills on a wide variety of terrains. These are the ideal events to pit your 4x4 against other vehicles

Safari Points System 100 points for event winner reducing to 99 for second etc. Completed runs required to be classified as a finisher are 75% – rounded up if there are an uneven number. One point is awarded to non-finishers. The best seven results count towards the championship. 90 Overall points and 98 Class points will be awarded to registered drivers when acting as senior event officials (Secretary or CoC.).


Competitors must finish a minimum of 50% of the Championship rounds to qualify for an annual award.

Class points are kept as a separate running total. 100 points being awarded to the class winner,  99 to the second etc. The best seven sets of points count towards the championship. Eighteen trophies are presented annually by a sponsor to the first and second in each class, the overall winner is included in these awards. The Championship was previously known as the Gatton Manor Championship and this trophy is still held by the overall winner for the duration of the next season. This trophy is kept as an historical record of previous Championship winners and is returned every year.

A further award is the Stella Tigwell Memorial Trophy, which is presented annually to the best performing newcomer to the safari register.