2022 Comp Bonus Points Clarification. Your Input is Requested!

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  1. Rodger Brogdon

    Rodger Brogdon Administrator

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    This is what has been decided to date.

    You do not have to claim D4 to participate.
    The Comp Bonus fund will be a separate points system.
    There are 6 - D4 Divisional Races and 2 National Events in D4 this year. 8 Total.
    You are required to run at least 6 events minimum. If you run 7 your best 6 will be counted.
    If you run all 8 your best 6 will be counted.
    The last race in D4 is the Ennis National Event and it will be Points and a Half.

    Im still considering the following:
    * Qualifying Points - either the top 3 from each session:
    #1 - 3 Points
    #2 - 2 Points
    #3 - 1 Point
    or maybe even the top 5 from each session.
    * Houston National Event - awarding Points and a Half
     
  2. Joey arrowsmith

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    I think qualifying points could make it very interesting and is a good idea!
     
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  3. Clinton Neff

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    Love it Rodger. Like Joey said should make it very interesting come crunch time!
     
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  4. Shaun Vincent

    Shaun Vincent Active Member

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    Include D5 races, hehehe

    Sounds like it will be another exciting year of racing.
     
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  5. 71mavlouisville

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    I am not a fan of giving points just based on ET and not based on winning a round.
    That being said,

    Since the WFO will be contested at the divisional events, what about awarding points for the WFO winners.

    A-field winner 6 points
    A-field r/u 4 points
    B-field winner 3 points
    B-field r/u 1 point

    This would award performance and round wins, what the WFO was created for.

    The 2 nationals could use the system like the Pro's use.
     
  6. SEAN DODD

    SEAN DODD Member

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    Not a fan of qualifying points, lets keep it simple and go off points from round wins. IMHO
     
  7. dragracer57

    dragracer57 Member

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    I feel qualifying points are a good idea, this is a performance based class . show us what you got.. the fans love it...
     
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  8. Rodger Brogdon

    Rodger Brogdon Administrator

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    The problem with the idea is the fact theres some racers with really fast cars, some with index's softer than they should be and some of both. Theres a few cars that could qualify in the top 3 at ever race.
     
  9. Rodger Brogdon

    Rodger Brogdon Administrator

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    Points and 1/2 at both National Events should guarantee a good turn out ????
     
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  10. Raymond Martin

    Raymond Martin Well-Known Member

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    No qualifying points. The ones, twos and threes is to hard for all the old drywalls to keep up with. We can do tens and twenties. Ten x ten = 100 and five x 20 = 100. See? All kidding aside ties never happen if that is what you had in mind.
     
  11. SmileyRacing

    SmileyRacing Well-Known Member

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    Raymond,
    How do you get five points?? Never seen that.
    Clark Smiley
    And didn’t you mean old dryballs??
     
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