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Margin of Victory and Avg. Race Speed
I notice the new score sheet has an area for determining margin of victory. How is that determined? Plus, I think the CSF should be adjusted.

Case in point: 1991 Daytona 500. 9 cautions for 36 laps. If you do the math according to the rules, that would give you a negative number for the winner's average speed (9x4=36, 36x5.312=191.323). Pole on card is 187, that gives a -4.323mph. Actual pole speed was 195.955mph. That still would only give you a result of 4.632.

I like FAR but this is the two negatives.

Please help.
Edited by docsmann on 11/05/2021
The race winner's average speed rule had a typo. It should read: "Multiply the number of cautions by the Caution Speed Factor and deduct this number from the Pole Speed."

I think margin of victory was originally intended to be part of the game, but for whatever reason wasn't included when it was released. So just ignore it.
Dave, thank you for the correction.
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