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POINTS AND HANDICAP SYSTEM

POINTS - The feature events award 60 points for 1st place. Double points for indicated Championship races. In all cases of season ending ties, ties will be broken by using the greatest number of 1st events counting toward that position and if a tie still exists, 2nds, 3rds, etc. will be considered until the tie is broken. During the season, ties will be broken by preference to driver first holding position.

PLACE

POINTS

HEAT PTS

1st

60

5PTS

2nd

56

4PTS

3rd

52

3

4th

50

2

5th

48

1

5th

46

1PTS

7th

44

 

8th

42

 

9th

40

 

10th

38

 

11th

36

 

12th

34

 

13th

32

 

14th

30

 

15th

28

 

16th

27

 

17th

26

 

18th

25

 

19th

24

 

20th

23

 

21st

22

 

22nd

21

 

23rd

20

 

24th

20

 

  1. POINT ALLOCATION – Points will be allocated to the registered car #(number). If the owner is different than the driver, then the owner is responsible for registering with WCIS. Registration information must include owner’s name, address, social security #, car #, as well as the same information for the primary and secondary drivers. Without this information prior to racing, the registered driver will assume the responsibility as owner and be named on Miscellaneous Income 1099 tax form.
     
  2. DRIVER SUBSTITUTION - In order to be eligible for WCIS year-end points awards, a single primary driver must compete in more than ˝ of the completed scheduled points events for that season. Any WCIS licensed driver may fill the remaining events, in no significant order. When a secondary driver is substituted, or an absent primary driver returns, the car must start scratch in the last qualifying heat. If the driver gets a qualifying position, he/she will file in at the tail of qualifying spots but ahead of the non-qualifiers.

    If an owner’s registered car is able to start their scheduled heat race, but is unable to compete in the future event due to a wreck or mechanical problem. The registered number must be transferred to another vehicle upon the WCIS Race Director’s approval, and start scratch in the feature event.

    If a qualified driver is unable to compete in the feature event do to personal injury prior to the feature line up going out on to the track. The Race Director will make a decision on the eligibility of that vehicle to be piloted by a different driver for that remaining event. If the vehicle, driver or team is fully disqualified prior to the feature event, a substitute will not be excepted during the duration of the suspension.

    Substitute Drivers must register with the race director. Substitute Drivers start tail of the heat. If he/she qualifies, drivers start tail of qualifiers. If he/she doesn't qualify in heats, driver starts tail of feature even if he/she qualifies in consolation race.
     
  3. HANDICAP – All WCIS weekly division races line up with highest point (3 week average) allocations starting in the rear except straight up for Championship feature races. New driver or substitute driver disqualification will start scratch in the first complete program in which the driver participates. Disqualified drivers will not receive points for the event that the infraction occurred. But will be penalized with handicap points.
     
  4. STARTING POSITION – Handicap of driver is the highest cumulative   finish in his last three (3) weeks of heat feature competition. Driver may compete in only one heat. Driver must drive last car qualified if operational. Registered number must be used. Dividing heats into slow and fast cars at discretion of management.
     
  5. 3 WEEK POINT AVERAGE RULE - All cars qualified will be lined up for the feature event according to the 3 week point average. (WCIS weekly divisions only).
     
  6. FEATURE QUALIFICATION – A predetermined number of cars qualify through heats for feature. Drivers not qualified will start scratch or qualify through consolation race if necessary. The number of cars qualifying will be determined by the size of field and number of heats. The balance of field lined up straight up according to handicap with non-qualifiers to the rear
     
  7. INELIGIBILITY – A driver who fails to compete in 2 consecutive weekends of racing will start scratch in heat races. No car may be able to compete in two different divisions within the same scheduled event.
     
  8. POINT MONEY - Year End Awards – Drivers must compete in one half of the scheduled events to be eligible for point fund and finishing year end trophies. All point money payable to driver unless written assignment to owner. You must be present at the banquet to receive your awards unless arrangements are made in advance. The top five (5) in points entering the season championship will be guaranteed starters.
     
  9. MID SEASON AND SEASON POINTS - races are double points. New drivers and teams are eligible to compete in all championship races if there is less than 24 point racing teams qualified and if the technical official finds them to be within the WCIS rule parameters.  The final and mid-season championship line up will be based on the three week average
     
  10. MINI SERIES AMENDMENT -  Any division or mini series with less than half season of scheduled events will recognize only one driver per car number with out driver substitution. A legal substituted car may be used with approved number change.

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