Two different riders won the races that were held towards the championship. At Navarra, Juan Mari Olías won ahead of Oscar Borrajo Rodriguez and Rafael Samper Izco. While at the Slovakia Ring, Radoslav Dulík won ahead of Ladislav Miklánek and Roman Kučera.
The 2014 calendar consisted of two races. Originally, seven were planned. However, Acceleration in Zolder, Acceleration at Paul Ricard, and Acceleration at Grobnik were cancelled on 27 June 2014 and Acceleration at Hungaroring was cancelled on 20 August 2014. Finally, during Acceleration in Assen, the European Stock 1000 Series was replaced by the national Open Wegrace Cup series, whose riders were not eligible to score points for the Acceleration championship.
Points were awarded to the top 15 classified riders. Riders did not have to finish to be eligible for points, but had to complete 75% of the race. At the end of the season, the ACC 1000 Riders' title was awarded to the rider with the highest number of points.