Nascar Points System

Finish Points   Finish Points   Finish Points   Finish Points
1 40   11 26   21 16   31 6
2 35   12 25   22 15   32 5
3 34   13 24   23 14   33 4
4 33   14 23   24 13   34 3
5 32   15 22   25 12   35 2
6 31   16 21   26 11   36 1
7 30   17 20   27 10   37 1
8 29   18 19   28 9   38 1
9 28   19 18   29 8   39 1
10 27   20 17   30 7   40 1

 

In addition to the points allocated for the finish of the car drivers can earn race points through their performances in Stage 1 and Stage 2 during the race.  Drivers who are running first through 10th at the conclusion of Stage 1 and/or Stage 2 will receive points, starting with 10 points for first place, nine points for second place, down to one point for 10th place.  Points earned in those two stages are then added to what drivers earn after the Final Stage, which sets the full race results.  The maximum points a driver can earn per race is 60.  If a driver wins stage 1 (10pts.) and also wins stage 2 (10pts) and wins the race (40pts) the driver will receive a total of 60pts.

RELIEF DRIVERS:

Points are awarded to the starting driver of each car, regardless of who is driving at the finish. The starting driver must take the green flag and complete at least one lap before turning the car over to a relief driver.

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