"Wayne Jones" wrote in message
> I should say a bye run. You have 2 no shows or 2 bye runs in round 1
> against each other. In round 2 you have a single no show or bye run. The
> bye runs or no shows means they are out of the race from the ladder that
> is set up for race day. So bye or no show means it is a single that means
> they are not there and do not advance.I hope this helps explain the
> question. This also takes place if there is not 16 cars for the race.
Thanks for clarifying it and I understand what you are saying. Thanks.
However what I am asking is what happens if, in round one you have 2 no
shows scheduled to race together. Obviously neither shows so neither wins?
So the winners spot in the next round (round 2) would also be a no show.
Who is credited with that position out of the 2 cars that did not show in
As I understand it, there would be points to be earned here if you were to
progress to round 2, so who would be put down as the car competing in round
2 or would they not have any car listed?
Sorry if the question sounds dumb but I was just trying to work it out.
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