The Philippine Cup 2024 Racing Points System
The Philippine Cup Racing Points System
To determine the team that will represent the Philippines and the Philippine Cup champion, we have established a point system that will be applied to all Philippine Cup races. These points are awarded to a racer and not a car.
Quarterfinalists: + 15 points (round before the semifinals)
A racer can only earn 15 points when qualifying for the quarterfinals. If a racer has more than 1 car, in the quarterfinals, the maximum points a racer will accumulate is still 15 points.
Semifinalists: + 15 points (round before the finals)
A racer can only earn 15 points when qualifying for the semifinals. If a racer has more than 1 car, in the semifinals, the maximum points a racer will accumulate is still 15 points.
Finalists: + 10 points
A racer can only earn 10 points when qualifying for the finals. If a racer has more than one car in the finals, the maximum points a racer will accumulate is still 10 points.
Champion: + 10 points
2nd Place: + 6 points
3rd Place: + 4 points
4th Place: + 3 points (if 5 lane tracks)
5th Place: + 2 points (If 5 lane tracks)
TMAC 2024 Qualification
There will be 3* legs in 2024 to qualify for the team that will represent the Philippines in TMAC Korea 2024. The following will qualify:
Category: Open and xStock
1. The winner of each Leg race will qualify for the Philippine team. In the event that a racer wins more than 1 Leg race, the qualification WILL NOT transfer to the 2nd place winner.
2. The top 3 point leaders, after 3* legs, will qualify for the Philippine team. In the event that a points leader has qualified for the team by winning a leg race, the next point leader will be chosen. As promised, the points gained from Leg 7 2023 will be included in the points total.
*The number of leg races to qualify for TMAC Korea may be increased by the organizer if schedule permits.
** The winner of Leg 7 2023 DOES NOT automatically qualify to the team.
*** Points received in Leg 7 2023 will be added to the points earned in 2024.
The qualification criteria for the World Championships to be held in Japan will be posted after the TMAC Korea qualifications.
The Philippine Cup Champion
The racer with the most points, the overall points leader, will be crowned the Philippine Cup Champion and will automatically qualify for the World Championships to be held in Japan.
In the event of a tie, participation points will be used as the tie breaker. In case it is still tie after that, we will break the tie by counting the number of wins of Leg 1-3 (not mini legs) at each level starting with number of times racer was a Champion, number of Finals appearances, number of semifinal appearances, number of quarterfinalist appearance, and finally number of cars qualified for the quarterfinals.
Changes and Modifications
We will constantly evaluate the accuracy of capturing the race information needed to determine the points. We reserve the right to make changes if we see it is necessary to adjust.
Qualifying for TMAC Korea 2024
The invitations are not transferrable and are only for the racer specified. The racer must be able to independently maintain his/her car. If the qualified racer is not able to independently maintain his/her car, then the racer will not be able to join the team but can continue participating in the leg races.
The details of the sponsorship will be clearly indicated in the invitation.
The organizer reserves the right to disqualify any racer who qualified to the team, if required.