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Old 1 Jan 2014, 16:41 (Ref:3349476)   #31
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Agree, very interesting but a bit surprised to see the 4two Cup as one of the top 5 improves when it only had 3 UK rounds.
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Old 2 Jan 2014, 12:25 (Ref:3349665)   #32
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i was unsure for the MX5s what series/championships to link from 2012 to 2013, in the end i settled for a straightforward approach; the BRSCC have been involved with an officially sanctioned MX5 mk1 championship in 2012 and 2013, so i put them together, i did miss the name change from Ma5da to Mazda in the list

the MRSCC / Ma5da group continued for a few general / all mks non championship races, so i put this in as a new entry

for the smart 4 two cup, i looks like theres two series, one uk based, one European based, http://smarts4youracing.com/the-4two-cup/

even if its all one series/championship then they still are eligible for the chart; to not be eligible there has to be more non uk rounds, than uk rounds, and its equal, most of the masters racing series/championships weren't eligible for the for this reason (probably shouldn't have been in 2012 chart either)
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Old 2 Jan 2014, 21:51 (Ref:3349840)   #33
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i was unsure for the MX5s what series/championships to link from 2012 to 2013, in the end i settled for a straightforward approach; the BRSCC have been involved with an officially sanctioned MX5 mk1 championship in 2012 and 2013, so i put them together, i did miss the name change from Ma5da to Mazda in the list
In short the 2012 competitions (for Mk. 1s, Mk. 3s and MX150Rs) were organised by Ma5da Racing with championship permits being held by the BRSCC as MSA regulations requires that permits are held by recognised clubs. Over last winter there was something of a break down between the parties, with Ma5da ended their relationship with the BRSCC. The BRSCC responded by setting up their own (new) championships.

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for the smart 4 two cup, i looks like theres two series, one uk based, one European based
They are two separate series. I was surprised to see the Smarts improve their position as by my reckoning their average grids were 12.29 in 2012 and 8.14 in 2013.
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Old 4 Jan 2014, 16:01 (Ref:3350367)   #34
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those figures look about right to me, but the percentages reflect how full the grids where, and the smarts ran their cup within other races

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Combined Grids / Multiple Classes
Where a championship runs combined grids with another championship or series, then the event percentage figure used will be worked out from the full number of cars in the race e.g. including cars that are not in that championship. This is because the spectacle for the fans is increased by having a larger grid of cars.
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those figures look about right to me, but the percentages reflect how full the grids where, and the smarts ran their cup within other races
Having seen a number of Smart races in '13, including a Rockingham where some of the Smarts were in excess of 50 seconds a lap slower than the quickest Euro Saloons runners, I'm not convinced that such mergers necessarily add to he spectacle, but I take the point.
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