This article defines the points and payout reports and describes how point average reports are ordered.
- Point average reports can be used for lineup creation. These reports average the points earned over a specified number of events.
- Drivers are ordered through a series of stages. The higher the driver is ranked, the closer to the front the driver should start.
- This ordering gives drivers that have started the most races, the most recent race, that have been disqualified the least, with a lower point average, a better starting position than drivers that have a higher point average, but have started fewer races, been disqualified more etc.
Drivers will be ordered by the following criteria:
- Number of races started (highest first).
- Last race started (most recent first).
- Number of disqualifications (fewest first).
- Point average (highest first).
3 Race Point Average - This report shows the average points awarded to each driver over the last 3 scheduled events. Drivers that have entered each of the last 3 events will have a higher ranking than drivers who have missed one or more races.
2 Race Point Average -This report shows the average points awarded to each driver over the last 2 scheduled events. Drivers that have entered each of the last 2 events will have a higher ranking than drivers who have missed a race.
Current Points/Pay - A sortable report that lists all driver points and payout by class.
IMCA Race Point Average - A report that lists the IMCA race point averages for drivers by class in all events.
Passing Points Report - A report that lists passing points for all drivers in a specified event and point scheme.
Total Point Average - This report shows the total points average for each driver over all completed events on the schedule.
Yearly Payout Report (1099 Report) - A list of total combined payout for each driver across all classes.