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Rules and Instructions
Speedway Collective is absolutely free to sign up and play.
Game participation is simply for individual enjoyment.
Select all 8 lineup spots.
You may select two drivers per class.
Once the first on-track activities begin for the weekend, your 8 drivers are locked.
You may switch between the two drivers for each class until the race begins.
Enter the number of laps the winner of the race will lead.
Strategize and start your drivers wisely, as you can only start them 6 TIMES per year.
Each driver in your starting lineup will be deducted 1 start after the race begins.
Once you have 0 starts remaining, that driver will be unavailable for the rest of the season.
This adds huge variety to other competitors lineups due to a start limit, resulting in great competition!
Drivers are separated into 4 classes: A, B, C, and D.
These classes are determined by the driver’s previous year’s performance and other factors such as strength of team.
Each driver earns points based on their finishing position.
Your 4 starting driver's finishing points are added together.
If any driver on your roster (Starter or Bench) qualifies in the Top 5, you will earn the following additional points.
Pole: 5 Points
2nd Place: 4 Points
3rd Place: 3 Points
4th Place: 2 Points
5th Place: 1 Points
* If qualifying is rained out, no qualifying points will be awarded for that week.
* No qualifying points will be awarded for the DAYTONA 500.
1 point is awarded to every driver who leads a lap.
2 points are awarded to the driver who leads the most laps.
In the event of a tie, the team who chooses the closest number of laps led by the winner will be scored ahead of the competitor.
If a tie still exists, the position is awarded based on number of qualifying points earned.
If a tie still exists, the position is awarded based on earlier registration date.
* If a driver is disqualified after post-race inspection, their fantasy points will be adjusted to 1 point.
Season Long Points Format.
We're going back to the era of traditional points this year.
Standings are based on total points earned throughout the entire 36 race season.
Most points at the end of the season wins the championship.
4 Week "Sprints"
Every 4 weeks will be a "Sprint"
Earn the most points in a four week sprint, and earn a "Sprint Champ" award.
This provides members a different goal to shoot for each month if not in contention for championship.
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