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Far West Masters Racing

Welcome to the season standings section for the 2014-2015 season. Season standings are updated continuously throughout the competition season, as soon as the Race Results for each completed race are available.

Send questions or corrections to Deb Lewis, Director of Race Services & Scoring

2014-2015 Season Standings


Season standings are maintained based on results of racers over the entire season to award competitors for consistently outstanding results in their class, as well as to award the colored "leader bibs" for the following season to the top men and women. Season standings are computed using the "old World Cup" points system, where points are awarded to the top 15 finishers on a scale of 25, 20, 15, 12, 11, 10, ..., 1.

For 2014-2015, the season standings are based on your best results in 75% of the races (rounded up). All races organized by the Far West Masters on our division schedule will be counted, included any races which are rescheduled from the originally published schedule or added to the schedule during the season in response to changing conditions or special opportunities. See below for details on the season scoring rules.

The 2014-2015 season calendar has 26 scoring races on the schedule; 0 have been cancelled; 0 have been rescheduled. Your best 20 finishes (75% of 26, rounded up) will therefore count towards season awards. So if you're competing for a season award, you don't have to go to all the races to have a shot - but the more races you compete in the better your chances of improving your set of scoring finishes!

Season Scoring Rules

For 2014-2015, the season standings are based on your best results in 75% of the races (rounded up). All races organized by the Far West Masters on our division schedule will be counted, including any races which are rescheduled from the originally published schedule or added to the schedule during the season in response to changing conditions or special opportunities.

Racers must have at least 6 starts to qualify for a season award and must be paid members of Far West Masters for the current season. The minimum-starts rule may be waived for competitors 70 and over, however, and at the discretion of the awards committee, it may also be waived on an individual basis to allow for exceptional conditions such as injury or illness.