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mikeamerica84 Posted - 19 Nov 2019 : 03:45:36
As we head to Newcastle for the last round of 2019, I'd like to note where we are in the V8CFL and where we are heading.

The Open International Enduro Cup and the V8CFL Enduro Cup have both been decided as of the checkered flag at Sandown. What is left is the V8CFL itself and the V8CFL Tournament.

In the V8CFL, Millenial Snowflake Motorsports and tommo11 hold the top spot with their Ford Mustang. Worst case conditions for them is if they have two last place finishes at Newcastle - 84 points. If so, their final point total will be 2792. Therefore, with a maximum of 300 points obtainable this round, anyone who can swipe this title from tommo11 will have to be within that point range currently.

This leaves the following three participants still mathematically in the hunt for the title:

Ignition Motorsports & Ignition / Ford Falcon FG
ITR Mugen & Infamous / Honda NSX
All Aussie Racing & ThePhoon / Ford FPV F6

In the V8CFL Tournament it is much more straight forward - Toyota v. Lotus. Our finalists are:

MT2 mSPORT & MT2 Levin / Toyota Camry Hybrid
A-Tech Motorsport & Madaz / Lotus Exige

Whoever banks the most points at Newcastle is the winner. Of the seven cars per roster, there are currently two cars that differ between these competitors;

MT2 mSPORT - Cars 12 & 5
A-Tech Motorsport - Cars 88 & 8

So currently, THAT is what it will come down to. Everything else is straight up - even the Group F tiebreaker cars.

A reminder that changes can be made to all team rosters prior to MIDNIGHT THURSDAY SYDNEY, NSW time.

Another reminder, specifically for our V8CFL Tournament finalists, is that if one makes a move to make teams identical, I will give the other a chance to counter. If no counter is made, I will void the changes, thus preventing identical teams. Now that is for IDENTICAL teams - all seven cars. Not five or six.

And lastly, there are four competitors tied with four wins apiece this year in the V8CFL:

Ignition Motorsports & Ignition / Ford Falcon FG
Bartsport & adzy B / Infiniti Q60
R&K Motorsports & mikeamerica84 / Ford Mustang
Legocy Racing & Lanky1 / Ford Mustang

Can one of them break from the pack and take honors by scoring the most 2019 wins?

All to be determined.



Newcastle Results are posted. The 2019 season is officially done.

Congratulations to tommo11 and his Millenial Snowflake Motorsports Ford Mustang as they are the 2019 V8CFL Champions!

Madaz and A-Tech Motorsport has taken the 2019 V8CFL Tournament with their Lotus Exige in a tight battle with MT2 mSPORT and MT2 Levin.

Individual podiums:

Race 1:
1 MT2 mSPORT / MT2 Levin / Toyota Camry Hybrid
2 Ain't Care Motorsports / skaifeman / Holden Commodore ZB
3 McG Motorsport / DanMcG / Hyundai Excel X3

Race 2:
1 Ain't Care Motorsports / skaifeman / Holden Commodore ZB
2 A-Tech Motorsport / Madaz / Lotus Exige
3 Millenial Snowflake Motorsports / tommo11 / Ford Mustang

And, we had four teams tied with four wins on the season (reference above).

As for the Stewards Summary, there were no points penalties for either race this round.

I guess I will see you guys here next season?
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tommo11 Posted - 16 Dec 2019 : 14:32:38
Originally posted by mikeamerica84

Originally posted by tommo11

Well that post was a piss take but maybe there are lessons there?

One cannot argue with success.

Besides, you made a couple of tweaks to your team roster this year and that helped bring them up to snuff. Good job.

It became clear very early that all of the mustangs would be pretty competitive while the Nissans were heading backwards again so I reluctantly traded out Rick Kelly and someone else for more Mustang drivers. Lee Holdsworth improving during the year helped a lot.
mikeamerica84 Posted - 15 Dec 2019 : 07:32:23
Originally posted by tommo11

Well that post was a piss take but maybe there are lessons there?

One cannot argue with success.

Besides, you made a couple of tweaks to your team roster this year and that helped bring them up to snuff. Good job.
tommo11 Posted - 14 Dec 2019 : 00:09:45
Well that post was a piss take but maybe there are lessons there?
Helix Posted - 13 Dec 2019 : 21:16:08
i might try the blindfold darts trick lol well done again tommo
TheArrow Posted - 12 Dec 2019 : 22:17:27
I'll just leave this link here:
tommo11 Posted - 12 Dec 2019 : 12:29:03

Cheers boys and especially Mike. I will try and be more active next year as the defending champ (feels bizarre typing this, I usually suck at fantasy comps.)

Watch out for those snowflakes :)
Trickyonne Posted - 27 Nov 2019 : 20:00:27
Well bloody done mike mate !!!!

Congrats tommo !!!
Helix Posted - 27 Nov 2019 : 19:37:00
Another fantastic year of the the best run fantasy comp going around, it's a credit to you Mike.

Me on the other hand, after the season of endurance i went down faster than the titanic to finish out of the top 10 but that's the game we play, look forward to season 2020.

3 cheers for Mike
mikeamerica84 Posted - 27 Nov 2019 : 02:32:26
Thanks for your kind words, men. I was since rewarded by laser. I am now a "V8CFL Tsar".

I rallied for fifth overall.
ignition Posted - 26 Nov 2019 : 10:04:28
bummer, had a terrible last round there!

congrats tommo!

and thank you for your efforts once again Mike, greatly appreciated mate.
skaifeman Posted - 26 Nov 2019 : 09:25:59
What a final round! Finally took a win and rocketed myself to 3rd in the standings!
Congrats to Tommo, cleaned us all up.

And well done again to Mike. Always prompt and always chatty! Thank you.

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