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  • AndGoliath
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    Fall Season

    Standings updated after fall race 8 at Aldorado:



    The tie for sixth between Bob and Kenny is broken in favour of Bob due to a higher normalized season IOE (80.6% versus 77.7%).



    Class results:

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 12-09-2018, 10:53 PM. Reason: Updated with fall race 8 results

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter Season

    Standings updated after winter race 8 at Tomadaga:



    Accumulated class results:

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 04-14-2019, 04:00 PM.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Full Fall/Winter Series

    These are the 2018-19 series standings as of the eighth winter race at Tomadaga:

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 04-14-2019, 04:04 PM.

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



    The explanation of average IOE calculation is in previous posts (http://slotcarillustrated.com/portal...83&postcount=2 and http://slotcarillustrated.com/portal...48&postcount=8) and is not repeated here. The green-shaded values are the normalized ones we are using for determining the order.

    Note: the IOE has been calculated from the average of the IOE from the last five races attended by each racer. The orange-shaded IOEs from four-lane tracks have been normalized from a range of 40% to 100% to a range 60% to 100% (that of three-lane tracks) to make the overall average mathematically correct (averaging like values). Everyone's average IOE increased due to the normalization, but those whose average contained more four-lane results and those with one or more low scores at a four-lane track would have a larger increase.

    Green-shaded values are part of the IOE calculation. Orange-shaded values are for four-lane tracks and have been normalized to the green-shaded value to their left. The dropped columns show the previously included values. If your latest race IOE is higher than your dropped value, then your average IOE increases. If your latest race IOE and your dropped one are the same, then your average IOE stays the same. If your latest race IOE is lower than your dropped value, then your average IOE decreases. Your IOE position depends upon your average IOE relative to the other members. Even if you have a bad race, your average IOE can still increase based on the score you dropped.

    This post will be updated with the current values after each race.
    Last edited by AndGoliath; 03-18-2019, 06:29 PM.

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