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.**