This is to clarify the point system used to rank drivers and get the Championship Results posted below.
In each race night, or championship, we run a total of 16 races, organized in four sets of four races each.
Points are attributed by set of four races and not by individual race.
For each set of four races, drivers performance is calculated by adding the number of laps completed in each driver's best three races. That is, for each set, the worst race result for each driver is discarded.
Drivers are ranked based on these results. In case there are two or more drivers with the same number of laps completed for any given set the driver with the fastest (shortest) time is ranked better.
Points are attributed to drivers following the old traditional Formula 1 system (9 for the first, 6, 4, 3, 2, 1 for the others).
The results by applying this criteria to the last three race nights can be found on the links below:
October 13, 2010
October 20, 2010
November 03, 2010