The criteria for judging are as follows:
Line: The race line is the ideal path a driver should take on course. A driver’s score will be affected dramatically for not following the race line. Additionally, the race line will consist of inner Clipping zones, outer clipping zones and transition zones.
Inner clipping Zones are points on the course where driver’s score will be determined by how close the nose of the vehicle ‘s front bumper clears the zone.
Outer Clipping Zones are points on the course where driver’s score will be determined by how close the corner of the vehicle’s rear bumper clears the zone
Transition zones are points on track where the direction of the line changes and vehicles must shift the direction of their drift from one direction to the other. Scoring will be based upon the execution of the transition.
Speed: The speed a driver is able to maintain throughout the whole course. A large percent of this score will be based on entry speed.
Angle: The angle at which the driver can maintain and control throughout the course of the run. This is especially entry upon entry into the first main turn.
Impact: The energy and excitement a driver emanates throughout the run.
Every Run will be scored out of 100
LINE: 0 - 30 points
Speed: 0 - 30 points
Angle: 0 - 30 points
Impact: 0 - 10 points
Loss of Drift