Jump to content


Photo

Penalty Competition 2019: Brazil


  • Please log in to reply
12 replies to this topic

#1 Marklar

Marklar
  • Member

  • 36,640 posts
  • Joined: May 15

Posted 08 November 2019 - 20:12

The general game concept is quite simple: You have simply to guess which driver/s will end up during the race weekends with some nice penalties.....
 
Game concept and scoring
Each player has 10 credit points which he can freely allocate to the drivers for each race weekend. You can place all your credit points on one driver, but you can also give up to 10 drivers per weekend points. These points will be multiplied then with the penalties the drivers received during the race weekend (see the table under penalty points) and the value of the driver (based on the driver's penalty record in the last 12 months).
 
You can also guess that no penalties will be applied to any driver during the weekend or during the race. If you do so, then you cant allocate any points to any driver of course. If you are right you will receive a certain amount of points, while everyone else (if the weekend prediction turns out to be correct) who went for drivers will end the round without a score. If you are wrong though then you will end up without any points for this round.

Penalty Points
All sorts of driver penalties will count (even if it wasnt really a drivers mistake). Exceptions are

  • Gearbox and engine penalties
  • Breach of the parc ferme rules
  • Technial infringments (particulary with DSQs)
Points | Penalty
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1      | Fines/Public Service     
2      | Reprimands, 2-places-grid-penalty
3      | 3-places-grid-penalty
5      | 5-places-grid-penalty, 5-seconds-penalty
10     | 10-places-grid-penalty, 10-seconds-penalty
20     | 20-places-grid-penalty, 20-seconds-penalty, Drive-Through-Penalty
30     | 30-seconds-penalty, Stop-and-go-penalty, Quali DSQ
50     | Race DSQ/ban
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Should the FIA come up with a grid/time penalty which is not listed in this table, the same logic will apply as with the penalties below (e.g. 4-places-grid-penalty = 4 points). Penalty points will apply for the race where the driver breached the rules and not where he had to take the penalty (e.g. a collision in Race 1 awarded with an grid penalty for Race 2 will count for Race 1)
 
'No penalty' option
If you believe that the stewards will have no work the whole weekend you can simply submit a entry 'no penalties - weekend'.
Should you think that until the race start no penalties will be applied to any driver submit a entry 'no penalties - before race'
If you think that the race will pass off without any penalties then submit 'no penalties - race'.
Of course, if the whole weekend was the correct answer then anyone who picked one of the other options will receive their points as well.
 
The score for the whole weekend to be penalty free will start off with 1500. It increases every weekend by 50 until a race weekend happens to be without penalties, then it will be reset back to 1500. Same applies for the other two options, starting with 500 respectively. Please keep in mind that in case you chose to opt for one of these options you wont be able to pick drivers as shown above and score points for them.
 
The scores for the Brazil GP are 

no penalties - weekend     1800
no penalties - before race 500
no penalties - race        800

Driver values
The driver value is based on the penalties the drivers received in the last 12 months. Every driver will have a start value which will depend on his penalty points from the previous season. For every race without a penalty the value increases by 1 point. If the driver gets a penalty his value will decrease by the amount of penalty points he got for this race devided by 10 (e.g. a 10-seconds-penalty would decrease the driver's value by 1 point). The values will be rounded in the end. The driver value can not fall under 1 point.
 
The start value will depend on how many penalty points the driver received in 2018. The formula is 10-(penalty points last year/10). This is done to give good rookies a chance to close up a bit quicker to the other drivers in this list.

Bottas      28
Albon       28
Russell     28
Norris      28
Ricciardo   27
Hulkenberg  27
Leclerc     26
Grosjean    26
Sainz       26
Kubica      26
Verstappen  25
Hamilton    24
Raikkonen   24
Giovinazzi  24
Gasly       22
Kvyat       21
Perez       21
Magnussen   21
Stroll      21
Vettel      20

Rules

  • You have to submit your guess until the start of the first practice for every race weekend.
  • If you are failing to submit your guess until the deadline, your most recent entry from the previous races will count
  • Submitting guesses with fractions (e.g. 2.5, 4.25, 6.33) is not allowed.
  • You can change from race to race your entry as much as you want to.
  • You can edit your entry as often as you want, but just until the deadline.
  • In case of an driver change in F1 before the deadline your points will not be transfered to the drivers replacement. So amend your entry in this case.
  • If this driver change will be after the deadline your points will be transfered just for this race to your drivers replacement. Unless your driver scored already in that race weekend penalty points (for example during practice) and will be replaced after that.
  • In case of an tie the player with the best single result (then 2nd best, etc.) will be the winner. If there is stil a tie after that then the one who had the most wins will be champion (then most 2nd places, etc.).

Example

Spoiler


Top Scorers


                   Score   P-Points  Penalty_Race
 1. Vettel         1038    46        4 
 2. Gasly           826    35        4
 3. Magnussen       716    31        4
 4. Kvyat           620    40        4
 5. Raikkonen       567    21        2
 6. Leclerc         555    19        3
 7. Stroll          521    28        3
 8. Giovinazzi      462    26        3
 9. Ricciardo       392    14        2
10. Hamilton        265    10        4
11. Kubica          260    20        1
12. Verstappen      193    8         2
13. Grosjean        192    8         2
14. Perez           167    8         3 
15. Albon           115    5         1
16. Sainz           144    6         2
17. Russell         54     3         1
18. Bottas          26     1         1
19. Hulkenberg      79     3         2
20. Norris          10     1         1

Championship Standings 

This is one of the very few games on this board where you have stil realistic chances to win the title even if you are not entering from the first race on, so new entries are always very welcome :)

Deadline: First practice



Advertisement

#2 GTA

GTA
  • Member

  • 1,708 posts
  • Joined: October 07

Posted 12 November 2019 - 14:54

Gasly 10



#3 KWSN - DSM

KWSN - DSM
  • Member

  • 22,589 posts
  • Joined: January 03

Posted 13 November 2019 - 10:55

Kvyat 10

 

:cool:



#4 Makarias

Makarias
  • Member

  • 10,471 posts
  • Joined: December 98

Posted 13 November 2019 - 18:30

Hülkenberg 3

Bottas 1

Grosjean 1

Kvyat 1

Perez 1

Ricciardo 1

Räikkönen 1

Stroll 1



#5 scheivlak

scheivlak
  • Member

  • 15,241 posts
  • Joined: August 01

Posted 14 November 2019 - 13:25

Bottas 2

Leclerc 2

Grosjean 3

Magnussen 3



#6 Cig35

Cig35
  • Member

  • 560 posts
  • Joined: March 15

Posted 14 November 2019 - 16:53

Kyvat 2
Magnussen 2
Hülkenberg 2
Bottas 1
Vettel 1
Albon 1
Verstappen 1



#7 Marklar

Marklar
  • Member

  • 36,640 posts
  • Joined: May 15

Posted 14 November 2019 - 21:39

Hamilton 5
Leclerc 5



#8 Barty

Barty
  • Member

  • 1,993 posts
  • Joined: August 03

Posted 14 November 2019 - 22:51

Grosjean 10



#9 Brawn BGP 001

Brawn BGP 001
  • Member

  • 4,247 posts
  • Joined: June 09

Posted 15 November 2019 - 00:08

no pens - weekend



#10 Kev00

Kev00
  • Member

  • 3,621 posts
  • Joined: July 15

Posted 15 November 2019 - 08:16

Bottas 5
Leclerc 5

#11 M2000-5

M2000-5
  • Member

  • 2,832 posts
  • Joined: March 09

Posted 15 November 2019 - 08:58

Norris 10



#12 Grayson

Grayson
  • Autosport digital product manager

  • 3,339 posts
  • Joined: July 08

Posted 15 November 2019 - 09:09

Bottas 3

Hamilton 3

Vettel 2

Leclerc 2



#13 Bleu

Bleu
  • Member

  • 3,153 posts
  • Joined: February 10

Posted 15 November 2019 - 12:39

Vettel 3

Ricciardo 2

Kvyat 2

Giovinazzi 1

Magnussen 1

Verstappen 1