domingo, 6 de noviembre de 2016

Championship: the rules

We are organizing a Championship to see who is the best driver EVER. Each race you get points so, probably the one who attends more races will win but hey, what can we do?
Here are the rules (this is something changing, so just let us know for anything we need to update).

  • The winner will be the pilot who has more points after 10 races.
  • There will (usually) be two sets of races in each tracks. Every pilot will get points based on the results of both races.
  • The points will be given based on the best average time, or the biggest amount of laps driven.
  • The points calculations are made as follows:
    - For each race we get the list of best drivers and assign them points as in Formula 1: 25, 18, 15, 12, 10, 8, 6, 4, 2, 1, 0 for the rest.
    - We add the points in race #1 and race #2 and create the final list of drivers.
    - We reassign the points again (25 for the winner, and so on) and get the final results.
  • There's also a special mention for best lap. We will keep track of each track's record.
  • Some notes regarding safety and driving etiquette:
    - In tracks with color lights, if the lights go red, you have to stop immediately. It's not fair to get an advantage because of this.
    - If the lights go yellow, "technically" we should reduce speed but well, that's not likely to happen. However, overtaking is forbidden with yellow lights.
    - If a car's front wheel is side to side with another car's back wheel, that should be considered as the first car earning the position so you shouldn't close his/her path. And more than that, do not smash him/her to the wall!
    - In general try not to crash, although sometimes it's inevitable.

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