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Rollo75

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No.
If you want a nice system that adjusts for teams having multiple cars; then simply add up all the points that the cars in a team accrued and divide by the number of cars in the team.

Stewart-Hass divides by 4.
Penske divides by 3.
Ganassi divides by 2.
Richard Petty Motorsports divides by 1.

Formula 1 for instance, just adds up all the points accrued by the cars in a team for the Constructor's Championship. It might have produced a situation where three were 3 cars in the points, way long ago in the past.
 

DaleTona

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If you want a nice system that adjusts for teams having multiple cars; then simply add up all the points that the cars in a team accrued and divide by the number of cars in the team.

Stewart-Hass divides by 4.
Penske divides by 3.
Ganassi divides by 2.
Richard Petty Motorsports divides by 1.

Formula 1 for instance, just adds up all the points accrued by the cars in a team for the Constructor's Championship. It might have produced a situation where three were 3 cars in the points, way long ago in the past.
I think the way he means is how NASCAR does it, as NR2003 is mainly a NASCAR sim. In this case each entry accumulates points individually on an entry by entry basis, regardless of driver. THis means while Mark Martin finished 27th in points, the #01 finished 17th in points. It also catogorizes the #01, #1, #8 #13, #14, #15, and #39 as all seperate entity's, despite them all being part of the same team/s(#01, #13, #14, and #39 for Ginn Racing, then the #01 went to DEI, while the #14's points became the #15's)
 

Rollo75

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No.
Then it's just the number of points that a charter gets in a season.
If there are no changes in the roster, then that's kind of an academic question?

#9 Hendrick Motorsports got 5040 in 2020?
 

2pac Shakur

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If you want a nice system that adjusts for teams having multiple cars; then simply add up all the points that the cars in a team accrued and divide by the number of cars in the team.

Stewart-Hass divides by 4.
Penske divides by 3.
Ganassi divides by 2.
Richard Petty Motorsports divides by 1.

Formula 1 for instance, just adds up all the points accrued by the cars in a team for the Constructor's Championship. It might have produced a situation where three were 3 cars in the points, way long ago in the past.
Thanks to the idea, but im referring to the Owner Points of the cars themselves (example #48 Rick Hendrick, #43 Petty Enterprises) incluiding the non exempt system that certain cars didn't make the Top 35 in the past (example #83 and #84 Red Bull) take the risk to a DNQ
 

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