Winner will receive 1 point less than last place of the “A” Feature, dropping 5 points per position to fifth. Sixth thru ninth will drop 2 points per position then dropping 1 point per place from 10th on back.
Winner will receive 5 points less than last place of the “B” Feature, dropping 5 points per position to fifth. Sixth thru ninth will drop 2 points per position then dropping 1 point per place from 10th on back.
IF NEEDED we will add a “D” class using the same formulas as the “B” and “C”. Currently do to the nature of the A.B.C format and no title for a D Feature class, if needed, a last chance race will be ran with the top four transferring into the C Feature. Fifth place will receive 1 point less than last place in the “C” Feature with all others dropping 1 point per place. For championship purposes this will be considered a C Feature start for all cars.
To make this a little simpler here’s a picture with 16 cars per race.
Explanation of points using 16 cars per race
The class (which is what we will call each feature “A” class, “B” class and “C” class for point standing purposes) a driver is competing in for championship purposes will be based on the total number of starts in each race class with any ties placing the driver in the higher class. For example a driver has 10 starts for the season with 5 in the “A”, 4 in the “B” and “1” in the C. That driver will be in the “A” class. Another example; a driver has 10 starts on the season with 5 in the “B” and 5 in the “C”, that driver will be considered a “B” class driver.
Throwout Races or Missed Nights
All points races for the current race season will be used to crown the champions in all divisions.
In order to finish first, you must first finish…
Breakout or Sandbagging
Any driver caught going under their breakout time will voluntarily forfeit all points for that race.