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Championship regulation
#1
Hello.

Is there any regulation to a championship will be considered official?

Thank you
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#2
http://www.simracingsystem.com/regulation.php

"To score for the championship, races need to be considered official and require 6 or more participants."
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#3
(08-28-2019, 05:00 AM)John Terry Wrote:  http://www.simracingsystem.com/regulation.php

"To score for the championship, races need to be considered official and require 6 or more participants."

Thanks john, but i knew that, i mean if it's necesary to score in all the races to get the championship
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#4
if u have more points than the others, it doesnt really matter how much races, if u took part in every race/track.

so lets assume u would somehow get 10.000 points on the first track and then never race that series again, u would still win the championship
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#5
I'm pretty sure there have been cases where someone has won a championship without actually participating every week during the series (5x102 was more points than whoever was in second place even though second place was in all 6 races). It's just about point total, not participation.
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(08-28-2019, 05:36 PM)Russell Sobie Wrote:  I'm pretty sure there have been cases where someone has won a championship without actually participating every week during the series (5x102 was more points than whoever was in second place even though second place was in all 6 races). It's just about point total, not participation.
I thought the same thing, but will ask to Henrique about that, because i scored more points in a championship (2 official races), however the championship does not appear in my profile.

Thanks Russell by your response

(08-28-2019, 09:08 AM)John Terry Wrote:  if u have more points than the others, it doesnt really matter how much races, if u took part in every race/track.

so lets assume u would somehow get 10.000 points on the first track and then never race that series again, u would still win the championship

I thought the same thing, but i scored more points in a championship (2 official races), however the championship does not appear in my profile.

Thanks John by your response
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#7
The number on the championship in your profile stands for how many championship you won.
For example, you finish 3rd in Championship A and you win Championship B, your championship number increases to 1 (or more)
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(08-29-2019, 05:59 AM)Matteo Venuti Wrote:  The number on the championship in your profile stands for how many championship you won.
For example, you finish 3rd in Championship A and you win Championship B, your championship number increases to 1 (or more)

I assumed the same, but i scored more points in a championship (2 official races), however the championship does not appear in my profile.

Thanks Matteo by your response
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#9
the championship in ur profile reflects how much championships u have won.
not how much points u gained.
not how much races u won in the championship.

just the absolute endresult of that championship is show there, or more precisely just the championships u have actually won, show there.

a championship is the whole season, aka the whole series, u see from when to when the season takes place in the respective series on the "race" page, i think its usually 5-6 weeks aka 5-6 tracks.
we are currently mid-season, so if u are wondering why nothing is showing, thats cuz the championship is not over yet
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#10
I had news from SRS:

"At least 3 scoring rounds for the winner."
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