Championship Tables 2016
There are various championships run during the course of a season in BriSCA F1. Here at F1stockcars.com we will follow the main Championships and do our utmost to keep our readers updated on the standings. At the foot of this page is a Basic Point Scoring Table with a short breakdown of some of the main variations.
F1 StoxStats – Detailed Points & Statistics
If you would like to see Detailed Points & Statistics and a breakdown of the points tables, showing how each driver scored at each meeting, then visit our ‘Points Microsite‘ which can be found at points.f1stockcars.com courtesy of Carl Hesketh. Here you will be able to view how each driver scored at each meeting, as well as sort the tables according to averages, or tar and shale meetings, and more.
2016 National Points Championship
National Points are scored in every race, of every meeting. They have two purposes.
Primarily they are used to determine a drivers success. A drivers monthly National Points total is used to calculate which Grade a driver belongs in, and therefore his starting position on the grid. It is possible for drivers to be both demoted as well as promoted up and down the Grades.
Secondly, the National Points are used to determine which drivers go through to the end of season National Points Championship second phase which takes the form of a ‘Shootout’. The Top 12 highest scoring drivers at the end of July qualify for the Shootout and the chance of wining the silver roof.
National Points Shootout
2016 World Championship Qualification Standings
World Championship qualifying rounds are held at every circuit. These rounds are shown on the fixture list. Points scored from a designated WQ meeting determine which drivers make it through to the World Championship semi-final rounds, and their starting positions on the grid, in that semi-final. Semi-final results then determine the World Final grid positions.
Basic Points Scoring Table
F1Stockcars.com receives numerous enquiries with regard to the BriSCA F1 stock car point scoring system so here is a basic breakdown of the way points are calculated.
Normal Meeting Format
2/3’s Format or All-In Format
Other Rules of Note:
- If a driver does not qualify for the Final but takes part in it and makes it into the places, they score heat points only.
- The final winner takes a handicap in the Grand National and if they get into a scoring position they score double points.
- If a final winner completes the Grand National race distance but finishes outside the places they get five points.
- A new ruling since 2011 is that lower graders (White and Yellow grades) are allowed to take part in more than one heat. If they get into the placings in their first heat they score Heat points. If they get into the placings in their second Heat they get Consolation points.