Can you explain how the scoring works if you are the only car in class as well as a DNF? I was under the impression that you only receive 50 points if you are only the only car in class. If that is the case why was Ziggy was awarded 100 points when he was the only car in ST1 in the Sunday race at Lightning in the beginning of the year. Additionally, he was awarded 90 points for a DNF on Saturday at Thunderbolt.
I know time is limited but if you could also update the points and track records at Pocono(I set them for both days :0 ) it would be very helpful to me in making a decision as to making a race or skipping one for family vacation. The wifey isn't too happy about, but who cares!!!
I did some research on this for you.
NJMP Lightning- ST1 had 2 competitors on Saturday, if you read the NASA NE CCR, it clearly states that if any other car than yourself is entered into your class, even if they never even make it to the track, you came to the track on good faith thinking you were going to have a competitor, therefore points are awarded in the normal NASA breakdown, even if you are the only competitor to enter the track in your class.
NJMP Thunderbolt- Ziggy did not get a DNF as per the NASA CCR, if a competitor completes at least 1/2 the laps of the lead car in his class, he is considered a "finisher". Therefore on Sunday's race he gets the full 90 points because he finished 2nd place.
Hope this helps, if I need to dig out the actual reg numbers I can if it will help folks understand the rules.