Racers Racing Series presented by: G.L.R. Investments.

2005 Schedule / 2005 Point Standings


How points are scored

Feature Finish Points
1 70
2 63
3 57
4 52
5 48
6 45
7 43
8 42
9 41
10 40
11 39
12 38
13 37
14 36
15 35


At the end of 2005, the high point earner will receive 40% of the points kitty. Runner-up will take home 20%, third gets 10%, fourth 8%, and fifth gets 7%. 15% of all donations will go to maintenance of the Series.

In the event of tie in the top-five in points there is no tiebreaker.

The top 40 in 2005 points will make the All-HammerDown! Team. If there is a tie for 40th, the driver with the higher finish in the Knoxville Nationals will get the nod. The second tie breaker is the higer finisher in the MOPAR Thunder at Eldora.

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No more 410 sprints in the Texas, Oklahoma region - By Bobby Gerould - 01/12/04 - ...NCRA has announced it will not sanction 410 Sprints in 2005. Citing the inability to provide enough competitors for a quality show, NCRA will only sanction winged 360 sprint car races this season. $2,000 to win, and $350 to take a green flag in the A feature are the new purse details for NCRA. This will be the first time since 1988 that there will not be a 410 sprint class sanctioned by NCRA. The announcement came one week after the Sprint Bandits, another 410 group, decided to take at least a one year hiatus from competition. Making matters tougher on the Texas and Oklahoma fans is the fact that only one World of Outlaws event is scheduled for 2005 in Texas. Gone from the WoO schedule in recent years (or this year) are dates at Devils Bowl, Texas Motor Speedway, and the fairgrounds in Oklahoma City, OK.