The point score will combine all classes into one. The results will be based on the normalised final results for each class. This means that anyone who consistently attends our events and finishes high up in the standings will be rewarded. The actual points allocation will be based on the system currently employed by the F3A World Cup events. If you finish first second or third in your class bonus points will be added to your score as per the tables below.
Current Point Score Standings After RAAFMAC Richmond October 2020:
|3|| Jamey Bellicanta
|4|| Chris Tindall
|13||Allan Lloyd|| 22
|16||Bill Garrod|| 15
|18|| David Green
|19|| Phil Tallack
|20|| Brian McFarlane
|21|| Andrew Bruce
The points to be allocated to competitors will depend on the number (N) of competitors who have completed at least one flight in the event. A competitor has completed a flight if he registers a score greater than zero (0).
A) Scoring System used where N>20
|Placing||1||2||3||4||5||6||…||20||21 and after|
The bonus for a field greater than 21 is defined as follows:
A bonus of 8 points is given to the first placed competitor; 5 points to the second placed and 3 points to the third.
B) Scoring System used where N<20
The bonus for a field smaller than 21 is defined as follows:
- For first place: N/3 rounded up to the nearest whole number of points, with a maximum of 7 points;
- For second place: N/5 rounded up to the nearest whole number of points, with a maximum of 4 points;
- For third place: N/7 rounded up tot he nearest whole number of points, with a maximum of 3 points.
In the event of a tie between competitors for any placing, the competitors will share the points which would have been awarded to the places covered had the tie been resolved (round up the score tot he nearest whole number of points).
Point Score System HERE