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V8CFL Tsar

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Posted - 12 Feb 2020 :  22:56:22  Show Profile Send mikeamerica84 a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
I'd like to thank all who had previously submitted a team roster and then had to add on Group F. I feel it is for the better that I changed horses in mid-stream.

Right now we are at ten members. A tad smaller than past seasons, but it will work fine for me. There is still about 8-9 days left to sign up. I just hope the final number of members is not a prime number, for that will throw a wrench into the Tournament with respect to breaking us up into equally sized divisions.

But I am not worrying either way. Life is good here these days. Hope it is good for you over there despite the havoc and disasters of the fires. Or at least getting better.

The V8CFL - Without fantasy, life is simply life
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Posted - 13 Feb 2020 :  11:44:14  Show Profile Send ignition a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
i hope more people sign up after the test day, gives people the knowledge on how drivers may perform i guess
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Formula Ford Driver

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Posted - 13 Feb 2020 :  15:23:10  Show Profile Send Helix a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
yeah i hope more sign up, the reigning champ hasnt signed up i dont think either, test day might be the key like you said

2017 V8C Fantasy league series champion

2018 Enduro Cup Champions: Shogun Autosport / Helix and TGI Racing / Professor

2020 V8C Fantasy league E-series champion
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V8CFL Tsar

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Posted - 20 Feb 2020 :  19:50:16  Show Profile Send mikeamerica84 a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
With Chris Pither piloting the 22 car this round I modified the Team Registration thread to reflect that.



The 2020 V8CFL Tournament divisions and schedule are out.

Having an odd number for total members, 15, there will be at least one BYE each round, for the races are mano a mano. At no round will there be a menage a trois. At least on the track that is.

Also, with one less round this year, that leaves us with 13 rounds. Note that in the V8CFL Tournament, Round 1 is not used. The last few rounds are the Post Season.

Because of these numbers, 13 and 15, there will be two rounds where three teams have a BYE that weekend. The other rounds it will only be one team with a BYE.

We need 11 rounds for the Regular Season for all teams to have their BYE round. That only leaves two rounds for the Post Season - Sandown and Newcastle. Because of this there will only be four teams making the Post Season. They will be the three individual division champs and the next best record of the rest of the field (a wildcard).

There will be, however, a consolation championship round for the two teams with best records that did NOT make the Post Season. This consolation match will be at Newcastle, on the "undercard" for the main event.

Each team will race every other team in their division once. That will encompass four rounds. Then minus the BYE, the remaining six rounds will be against opponents at large from other divisions for a total of ten matches.

As in years' past, and in the rules, total points for the round count as your score. Obviously for Tailem Bend and Bathurst there is only one race for those rounds.

Best record tiebreakers, as specified in the rules:

1 - Best Division record
2 - Largest winning point MARGIN in any round

We could easily have Division Records at 2-2, for there are only four matches - an even number to boot. This makes the latter tiebreaker extremely important. Time to "run up the score", so to speak.

This all starts at the AGP.



I have updated the Rules and Team Registration threads to reflect Alex Davison replacing James Courtney in the 19 car.



This pertains to the Eseries and Eseries only:

I am assuming the series will issue points based upon the current Virgin Australia Supercars series. If not, and no points are awarded, the 300 points and down from there system will be utilized for each venue. Not round, but venue.

For example, for this round, PI and Monza are two venues. PI will be the 150 points and down system and Monza the 300 points and down system. PI has two races, Monza one. I do not think this will happen, but the Eseries has been mum on points structure. Or at least I haven't seen one.



I have updated the team rosters with the car numbers for Zane Goddard (34) and Jake Kostecki (33).



My concerns with respect to my 8/4 entry (above) were for naught. The Eseries is issuing their own points. I am awaiting said issuing.


10/4 (again):

I have tallied the results for Round 1 and they are posted. Mind you, these are UNOFFICIAL. I got them from

I will keep my ear to the ground until the official results are out in accordance with

As it looks early on, Helix and Shogun Autosport have assumed the point.



Eseries results are up and official for both Round 1 and Round 2. There were some slight changes to Round 1 for the points formula is not exact as the Supercars points formula. A point here and a point there changed, but I received a free punt wherein cars are getting points even though they are not finishing 75% of the races. SVG did not do that at Monza, but still garnished points.

Just a lookahead to the rest of the season and the scoring formula.

Results are now posted on the Supercars website.



I got caught with the old double post on the Eseries thread so I thought I would bring it back over here:

Round 4 Results are posted. Jack Smith really showed his mettle this round, eh Helix? He has proved he is absolutely worthless. If he cannot stand up in THIS series, he better have a lot of cash to continue in the REAL game.

As for the results, they are unofficial. has, once again, faltered in posting results. I got my info off of Speedcafe. If anything changes in the next week, or so, I will adjust them as necessary.

Congrats to skaifeman on high points (total) this round. He and I both got off the low peg on number of race wins.

On a personal note, I will dislike Joey Logano for the rest of my life. He also let murph and I down. I thought, for sure, he would have SOMETHING - at least at the Glen.

On to Europe we go next week.



From here on out this thread will pertain to the current state-of-affairs with respect to the V8CFL. Anything to do with the Eseries is long gone and done.

For the last time I have (once again) re-shuffled the matchups for the 2020 V8CFL Tournament as the season has been trimmed by a couple of rounds from the previous schedule of a month, or so, ago.

All competitors will race six races. Four w/i their own division and two outside of their division.

The Post Season will commence with Symmons Plains and conclude the next round at SMP in December for the second weekend there.

The matchup schedule is now posted in the Tournament thread. We will commence this next weekend at SMP/Eastern Creek.

I would like to remind all of the tiebreakers for the Tournament:

1 - Best Division W-L record (four races each)
2 - Largest points differential in any Regular Season race
3 - Second largest points differential in any Regular Season race

I think parts two and three will come into play HEAVILY. Now is not the time to be good sports. Now is the time to run up the score.



Past the Midnight Thursday deadline for SMP. All team rosters are hereby locked down for the weekend.

Good luck to all.



With respect to the V8CFL Tournament, the Round 4 matchups that WOULD have been held at Winton and switched to SMP are hereby recognized by the V8CFL.

The V8CFL Tournament schedule has been changed to reflect this change. All mano-a-mano matchups are unchanged, only the venue is changed.

Maybe I should change the way I worded the above and try to find synonym for "change"?

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Edited by - mikeamerica84 on 03 Jul 2020 05:46:16
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formerly known as Spree

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Posted - 03 Jul 2020 :  21:50:25  Show Profile Send TheArrow a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
Looking at the results from last week it looks like it's gonna be another one of those years for The Arrow Motorsport...

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