PLAYOFF & OTHER PRIZE INFO:
"WIN & YOU'RE IN"
Coming to the Transervice Cup Series in 2020
Any driver who wins a race in the regular season would have to be in the top 30 in points and
compete in 22 of 26 regular-season events to be eligible for the post-season. If a driver races in the LCQ and misses the event it will count as an attempt.
Playoff wins will also advance drivers in the postseason replacing bonus points.
*Full participation requirement in the playoff to advance
(4 Drop Weeks allowed in 2020)
2020 Playoff Points System
Round 1 ONLY
1.16pts +5 Regular Season Champ Bonus (Most Wins)
**Most wins will determine the regular-season championship based on not having bonus points in the playoffs. If two or more drivers have the same amount of wins then points will determine their position in the standings. Race winning drivers must be in the top 30 in points to be eligible.
*Playoff rounds two, three, and the final round, all drivers will start even in points.
"SIMSPEEDSHOP ROOKIE OF THE YEAR*
The Sim500 eSports Racing league is proud to announce "SimSpeedShop" as the sponsor for the Rookie of the Year award in 2020 in the Transervice Logistics Cup Series. The highest finishing Rookie will be awarded a custom button box from the SimSpeedShop.
Drivers must meet the following criteria to be eligible to run for or receive the Rookie of the Year award. A driver must have run no more than SEVEN races in the Monday Night Series (2017-Present) and never been at the Pro level in iRacing. A "Yellow" Sim500 banner will be required on drivers competing to score points.
2020 Sim Speed Shop Rookie Playoffs
Driver's who earned "Rookie of the Race" in one of the first 26 races will be used as postseason bonus points. If a driver did not win "Rookie of the Race" they will start with zero points. The driver who has the most points in the final 10 races will be the 2020 Sim Speed Shop Rookie of the Year. Race wins will also add a two-point bonus for the playoffs.
SIMSPEEDSHOP Rookie Standings (1 of 10)
1.Brian Macklin - 53 pts
2.Gael Brooks - 23
3.Richard Beasley - 21
4.Thomas O'Leary - 17
5. Jeff Rhyne - 15
6. Jon Borst - 13
"SIMSPEEDSHOP iFlag Pole Award"
Standings (24 of 36)
Anthony DeBaro - 8
Adam Gilliland - 5
Tommy Rhyne - 3
Daniel Faulkingham - 2
Justin Fuller - 2
Nick Kohan - 2
Brenden Koehler - 1
Josh Parker - 1
Tyler Stevens - 1
Sean Casto - 1
Nelson Rivera - 1
The SimSpeedShop's newest design, the "iFlag" will go to the driver who scores the most poles during the 2020 Transervice Cup Series.
Special thanks to Jason Eisenhouer owner of the SImSpeeedShop