medal 6602 SUPER MOD
1 year 321 days ago (Last edited by Gustavo Heiden
157 days ago)
Due to the addition of custom schedules, we've set the seasons to have 15 races. So here you have the revised rules:
A revised regular-season points system allowing every car to score will be adopted, and the championship will be split in four Rounds.
The first 8 races of the regular season, also known as Qualification Round
, will function to qualify the best teams to the Playoffs. The first four races of the Playoffs (9–12) will be known as the Round of 8
, races 13–14 will be known as the Round of 4
, and Race 15 will be the United States Grand Prix Cup Championship
The points leader at the end of the regular season, along with the top 8 teams with the most wins over the first 8 races will qualify for the Playoffs provided they have attempted to qualify for every
A team may be exempt from the requirement to start every race if one has to miss races because of injuries, is on family leave, or under extenuating circumstances (to be decided on a poll).
The eight teams that qualify for the Playoffs will have their points reset at the start of Race 9. After the first cut (Race 12), the four teams that remain will have their points reset at the start of Race 13. After the second cut (Race 14), the top two teams will have their points at the start of Race 15.
- Every team that advances any Round will earn five Playoff points for each race win.
More bonus points for Top-10 in points standings at the end of the regular season: 1st place in regular season points earns 15 Playoff points in addition to the points earned with race wins; 2nd place earns 10 Playoff points; 3rd place: 8 Playoff points; 4th place: 7 Playoff points; 5th place: 6 Playoff points; 6th place: 5 Playoff points; 7th place: 4 Playoff points; 8th place: 3 Playoff points.
Bonus points will also be applied to the teams that advance Round of 8 and Round of 4, referring to the rule 4.2
for point distribution.
At the end of season, the final standings will be performed by following point system, excluding team championship and runner-up.
Tie-breaker will be performed after the end of the rounds by counting the number of highest
Fifteen Grands Prix are due to run as part of the United States Grand Prix Cup. The tracks to be held in a season are chosen in a pre-defined sequence
in order to achieve no Grand Prix repetition before all available races happen. This sequence can be found as so as all data from previous and current seasons in the link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1EaNu3jfD059_HTy5Vxke1l29zhDkzpiSU7XlxZUVydU
You can also use the QR code: