CSRC and others:
Below is a photo showing a completed score sheet as a background. I hope to post a better image soon.
Even though it looks like much is going on there its really just a simple tabulation. In this race we ran 8 heat races consisting of 5 laps each in lieu of the more typical 4 heats of 10 laps. Reason being to allow drivers a second opportunity in all 4 lanes
Here are some observations:
1) The number to the right of the driver's name is the lane. Notice that the driver's name is written in the same block in all 8 heats while the lane assignment changes.
2) The 5 blocks below the drivers are the 5 heat races. The large square which contains a 1, 2, 3 or 4 is the driver's finishing position in that heat. The smaller numbers to the right is a running tabulation of drivers position in heat and overall race.
3) Notice at the start of Heat 6 one point seperates first place Jim with 54 points from second place Dusty with 55. By the end of Heat 6 Jim has stretched his lead by 4 points.
4) Want to know who was leading at the end of Heat Three? Dusty with 26 points.
5) Who was in last place in the second race of Heat 8? Pat in lane 1 with 123 points.
6) Who won the most heat races? Roy in lane 4 Heat 6 with 3 wins (3 "1s").
7) To put this in race perspective each point stands for 1/10th of a second. With that said in Heat 8 Race 2 Dusty leads Roy by 3/10ths of a second.
Much, much more fun and informative than traditional Crash and Burn!