world's best jet pilots + competition results

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Determining who the best racer at the end of a race is easy -- it's the racer who crossed the finish line first.

Figuring out who the best racer is over the course of a year requires the jetGP.com SUPER CHAMPION OF THE WORLD formula.

Since different competitions/countries score differently, annual competitions carry no points, and number of racers varies, a unified mathematical formula had to be created.

1. Racer receives COMPETITION VALUE for every race they finish, as long as the competition meets the following number of racers criteria:

Type of competition Minimum number of racers COMPETITION VALUE
National 5 1
International 7 2
Annual event 10 3

 

2. Racer receives POSITION VALUE for every race they finish, as long as the competition meets the number of racers criteria above:

position POSITION VALUE
1 100
2 70
3 50
 4 40
 5 32
6 26
7 21
8 17
9 14
10 12
11 11
12 10
13 9
14 8
15 7
16 6
17 5
18 4
19 3
20 2
Last (regardless of how many racers, as long as more than minimum) 1

 

3. For every race this year racer competed in we calculate number of points as such:

COMPETITION VALUE x ( ( POSITION VALUE x NUMBER OF RACERS IN RACE ) + HOW MANY RACERS FINISHED BEHIND )

 

4. Add all of the points for each racer for a final tally of SUPER CHAMPION points.