Standings as of WRC Monte Carlo Anomaly: 31 Autoracer: 22 Guido: 14 Pro Street: 6 +++ I pulled engines out of the scoring, it's stupid because if the Driver doesn't finish, obviously the engine doesn't, and vice versa. all it'd do is double the penalty, which is retarded +++ How to start: Choose 1) Two drivers, 2) Choice of team, 3) Choice of chassis, 4 ) One Co-Driver, 5 ) Your team name. Scoring Details: Race Drivers Finishing position: 1st 10 points 2nd 8 points 3rd 6 points 4th 5 points 5th 4 points 6th 3 points 7th 2 points 8th 1 point Any driver failing to finish will be deducted 2 points. Should a driver, for whatever reason, during the course of the season not attend a race weekend (i.e. - injury, sacked, or has no team), no substitutions will be allowed. However, he will not score or lose points either. Chassis Chassis will only score for its highest placed car, and then will be awarded points in the same manner as the finishing positions (1st to 8th place awarded 10 to 1 points as set out for the drivers). ONLY 'OFFICIAL' TEAM ENTRIES SCORE POINTS. NO RETIREMENT PENALTY FOR CHASSIS. Co-Drivers 2 points for a win. No other scoring or loss of points. Tie-Breaker For your tie-break question please answer: Total time for the overall winner at the final event of the season? League administrator's decision is final in all matters. +++ BUDGET FOR 2004 IS £75m DRIVERS £25m Gronholm Loeb Martin Solberg £18m Sainz Panizzi £12m Loix £10m Duval Galli Hirvonen CO-DRIVERS £5m Elena Mills Park Rautiainen £3m Marti Panizzi Prevot £1m D'amore Lehtinen Smeets CHASSIS £20m Ford Citroen Peugeot Subaru £15m Mitsubishi TEAM £20m Ford Citroen Peugeot Subaru £15m Mitsubishi ++++++++++++++ So you pick 2 drivers, 1 co-driver, 1 chassis, and 1 Team. Points per race are outlined above. Post your picks, and total budget. it cannot exceed more than £75m!