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  • AndGoliath
    started a topic 2018-19 Season Stats

    2018-19 Season Stats

    The purpose of this thread is for the posting and discussion of the 2018-19 season statistics. I have pre-allocated the first few posts within the thread for the latest stats to make them easier to find, but I will also post in the race threads so the progress is captured.

    Discussions of advanced math are strongly encouraged.

    Here is the current season schedule.

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 09-23-2018, 04:18 PM.

  • Giddyup
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    Wow fantastic work Herr Shadow! Lots of interesting info ... especially seeing that most had a best class in the 80% ...shows the parity. That and we had 11 different drivers on the race day podium ... thatís a record!

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  • AndGoliath
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    Email me if you see any errors. Please do not clutter this thread with correction requests. I will attempt to update the charts each day or so with corrections, but I cannot promise anything as the forum makes it exceedingly difficult to edit posts (it keeps dumping me out). Thank you.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Here is a summary of achievements for each of our club's drivers. The milestone numbers are in multiples 10's (podiums) or 1000's (points). The numbers in parentheses after them are the actual lifetime values.

    I hope you all had an enjoyable season. (by the way, that's just root beer)



    * In case you missed the meaning of your slogan, Paul, Ferdinand Marcos was a former president of the Philippines. As well, his wife, Imelda, was well-known for having a huge collection of shoes. Two jokes there if you look carefully.
    Last edited by AndGoliath; 04-17-2019, 09:45 PM.

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  • AndGoliath
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    This table shows each driver's IOE for each of the classes. Your highest performing class is indicated by a bold and underlined value. Your least performing class is indicated by a bold italic value. Green-shaded values are average to above average. Gold-shaded values are below average.

    It is important to note that the IOE may be affected by the IOE of your opponents as well as the strength of your car. For example, Alan and Kenny typically race together and it is apparent their strengths and weaknesses are mostly opposite to each other.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Here are the lifetime stats updates for the 2018-19 fall and winter seasons. Green-highlighted ones are for the winter season. The ones on the left are consecutive race day achievements. The ones on the right are accumulated points and podiums. I have left out the tables where changes are only for Tom, Aaron, and myself as we have access to the spreadsheet.

    Email me if you see any errors. Please do not clutter this thread with correction requests. I will update the charts each day or so with corrections.




    Last edited by AndGoliath; 04-18-2019, 09:13 AM.

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  • AndGoliath
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    These are the 2019 winter season podiums as of the eighth winter race at Tomadaga:





    This is as much as I have semi-automated. I will work on the rest of the stats and post updates as I complete them.
    Last edited by AndGoliath; 04-14-2019, 04:15 PM.

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

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  • AndGoliath
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    Standings updated after winter race 8 at Tomadaga:



    Accumulated class results:

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 7 points discussion fodder:



    Instructions:
    1. Find the row corresponding to your name.
    2. Follow right across to the Place Range columns to determine your maximum and minimum possible position.
    3. Follow further right to the place columns. The legend explains the meaning of the shading, but basically, green and gold shaded values indicate reachable places.
    4. Find your place column.
    5. Follow down your column. Any green or gold shaded values indicate competitors who can take your place (see lyrics to Simon and Garfunkel's "Cecilia").
    I will do a similar table for the series if I have time and there is interest. I figured most people, if interested at all, are only interested in the Winter series.

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  • AndGoliath
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    These are the 2018-19 series standings as of the seventh Winter race at Silverado: 2

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  • AndGoliath
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    Current IOE as of Winter race 7 at Silverado:

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 04-01-2019, 06:52 PM.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Standings updated after winter race 7 at Silverado:



    Accumulated class results:



    Only completed classes have the second and third positions marked.
    Last edited by AndGoliath; 04-01-2019, 06:51 PM.

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  • AndGoliath
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    Winter race 6 points discussion fodder:

    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 300 points left so if you need more than that, your scores are highlighted orange).

    First and second places are locked up. I have highlighted the points necessary to reach higher positions based on your average and high score.



    Here is some data for the winter season points. First place is locked up. The rest of the positions are still in play.

    Last edited by AndGoliath; 03-18-2019, 06:20 PM. Reason: Updated second table with proper highlighting

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  • AndGoliath
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    These are the 2018-19 series standings as of the sixth Winter race at Tomadego:

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