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  • AndGoliath
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    Current IOE as of Winter race 6 at Tomadego:

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  • AndGoliath
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    Standings updated after winter race 6 at Tomadego:



    Accumulated class results:



    Only completed classes have the second and third positions marked.
    Last edited by AndGoliath; 03-18-2019, 06:24 PM.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 5 points discussion fodder

    Here is some data from which Tom can speculate on the series points. The right-most columns indicate the possible range of finishing order for the 2018-19 series, the points necessary to get the maximum result (assuming others do not improve their scores), points to reach one position less than your current maximum, points to reach two positions less than your current maximum, and the points necessary to hold your current position assuming those below you get maximum scores (there are only 450 points left so if you need more than that, your scores are highlighted orange).

    Tom has locked up first place. The rest of the positions are still in play. I have highlighted the points necessary to reach higher positions based on your average and high score.



    Here is some data from which Tom can speculate on the winter season points. Tom has locked up first place. The rest of the positions are still in play.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 5 series standings update

    These are the 2018-19 series standings as of the fifth Winter race at the Aldorado:

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 5 IOE

    Current IOE as of Winter race 5 at Aldorado:

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    Winter race 5 results

    Standings updated after winter race 5 at Aldorado:



    Accumulated class results:

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  • Giddyup
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    Down the wire!

    So 12 rounds in, over 11,000 laps raced and we still have a legitimate six or more way battle for 3rd. Wow!

    After looking at David’s table, what jumps out to me is for those like Kenny, Alan and Thomas who have raced their 10 races already, they’ve all got some scores around low 100’s that can be dropped. Meaning that one day around a 120 is quite a big move up the standings. Two of those, and well ... we need a bigger podium.

    The last 4 races are all at different tracks. And next round at Al’s will be different again since he has that “new” corner. It’s hard to tell without seeing people’s IOE’s by track so far this year, but by all accounts I’d expect Thomas, Alan, Brad and Aaron to have decent showings at their home tracks...so there’s one good score to count. Key for them is doing at least one more time out of the other 3 races.

    Pauly is there in the mix...or should I say laying in the weeds. He has his work cut out to catch Aaron. Does he have another late season surge to repeat last year’s final heat results snatch away the place, this time from a different Aa-Ron?

    Fozzy who’s been back and rounding (no pun intended) back into form. He’ll take whatever he can steal at this point but could throw a wrench into everyone’s best laid plans and play the role of spoiler.

    And then there’s your possible X-factors. First up, Brad. He’s got a nice cadre of high scores already in his pocket and needs just 4 average rounds in the teens to put himself in the hunt for 3rd overall. Bobby is in similar state, albeit Arizona...so his return date may prohibit him from racing in all 4 final races...

    But all of that’s just talking about 3rd overall. Every one of our regular racers is also in the hunt for 4th?!

    Other than track IOE, including home track advantage, it would be interesting to see driver’s individual Class IOE this year too. I think the best possible mix would be to race your weakest classes at home or best IOE tracks given your advantage there and your best classes “on the road” or at your lower IOE tracks. To me that’s the best upside potential. Or maybe it would be better to double down with your best classes on your best tracks, and just go for a big pay day?

    By the way, we race nearly every class 2 more times in the last 4 rounds and that includes Host class twice more; just one final spin for the “slow-bee” classes of Fly Classics, Nascar and TransAm - somewhere...Kenny just started tearing up.

    Besides track and class, who you’ll be paired up against in the race rotation are the other two determining factors. As far as who you race next to, the rolling 5 race IOE average will could come into play.

    It would be interesting to see who has some high rounds that will be “coming off the books” in the next few rounds. Essentially, a high score round coming off the books could help lower your seeding. Although, with the parity we’ve seen this year, if you’re outside the top 3/4 seeds, I don’t think it really matters like it used to.

    We’ve always had a few down to the wire finishes each year, but never have we all of the club all in the mix!

    Thanks again for doing the stats David, much appreciated to see how close of a race to finish it will be.

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  • AndGoliath
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    2018-19 Series Points as of the 12th Race

    Here is some data from which Tom can speculate on the series points. The right-most columns indicate the possible range of finishing order for the 2018-19 series, the points necessary to get the maximum result (assuming others do not improve their scores), points to reach one position less than your current maximum, points to reach two positions less than your current maximum, and the points necessary to hold your current position assuming those below you get maximum scores (there are only 610 points left so if you need more than that, your scores are highlighted orange).

    Tom has locked up first place. The rest of the positions are still in play. I have highlighted the points necessary to reach higher positions based on your average and high score.

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 02-16-2019, 10:48 AM. Reason: Added more position analysis

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 4 series standings update

    These are the 2018-19 series standings as of the fourth Winter race at the Dartschleife:

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 02-10-2019, 09:15 PM.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 4 IOE

    Current IOE as of Winter race 4 at the Dartschleife:

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 4 results

    Standings updated after winter race 4 at the Dartschleife:



    Accumulated class results:

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 3 series standings update

    These are the 2018-19 series standings as of the third Winter race at Silverado:



    Most drivers have a full slate of scores. Now the drops start coming into play.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 3 IOE

    Current IOE as of Winter race 3 at Silverado:

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 3 results

    Standings updated after winter race 3 at Silverado:



    Accumulated class results:

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 2 series standings update

    These are the 2018-19 series standings as of the second Winter race at Tomadaga:



    The standings are currently dominated by those missing the least races. Three races into the Winter season will show a more balanced picture once the majority of the club has a complete set of ten race scores to count.

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