Auto Racing

I just signed up for Yahoo Fantasy Golf and Auto Racing. How does this work? I picked my team for the Auto Racing and Golf. Do I get points based upon their results in real-life races/golf tournaments or are the races/golf tournaments simulated and have their own winners? Is it like a pick-em for each real-life race/tournament to view who does best? I don't get this. Basically… In Fantasy Golf, a golfer can receive a maximum of 20 fantasy points in each round of a tournament. The golfer with the lowest real-life score in A Round receives 20 points. Other golfers receive 2 fewer points for all stroke they finish behind the leader (e. G. , a golfer 1 stroke back for the round receives 18 points, a golfer 2 strokes back gets16. Golfers 10 or more strokes back receive 0 points). You receive the total points earned by all active golfers on your team in each round provided that they haven't already been active in 10 tournaments You do not receive points for golfers in a non-activated (reserve) position in your lineup. Additionally, although a golfer might win a tournament, they might not have the lowest score in the final round of play. As such, the tournament winner doesn't necessarily earn 20 points for the final round of play. Bonus points are awarded for golfers placing in the top three at each tournament. First place golfers earn 20 bonus points, second place 10, and third place5. To earn bonus points for your team, a golfer must be active for at least one round of the tournament. The golfer might be in a non-activated (reserve) position at the end of the tournament and still earn bonus points for your team. If a tournament round is officially canceled, no team receives points for that round. Most other scoring rules stay the same. If a round is delayed or postponed, no points are awarded until it is completed.

2. ) in Fantasy auto racing, each driver can receive a maximum of 90 fantasy points during each race. The top 45 finishers receive points, with the winning driver getting the maximum 90, and other drivers receiving 2 fewer points for all spot they finish behind the leader (e. G. , the second-place driver gets 88 points, the third-place driver gets 86). You receive the total points earned by all active drivers on your team provided that they haven't already been active in nine races. Bonus points are awarded to each of the drivers with the 4 best starting positions after qualifying. The top qualifier receives 10 bonus points, the second receives 5, the third receives 3 and the fourth receives1. Because qualifying for Daytona 500 is broken up over 2 days, these bonus points are not awarded for the Daytona 500. An additional 10 bonus points are awarded to each driver who leads at least 1 lap during a race. The driver leading the most laps during a race also earns another 10 bonus points. To earn these bonus points for your fantasy team, a driver must be on your team and active during the race. If a race is officially canceled, no fantasy team receives any points for that race. Most other scoring rules stay the same. If qualifying or a race is delayed or postponed, no points are awarded until it's completed. If qualifying is canceled and the starting grid is determined by Nextel Cup points standings, no qualifying bonus points are awarded. Hope this will help. Good luck for this season.


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  1. WOW that guy above me. . . . . . . . . . I never made it all the way through to answer, in short. . . . . . . . . . . Each sports has an A list, a B list & a C list. Each week before the the "deadline" you will pick 2 people to to on your bench from the A & C lists. 4 from the B list. You will then pick 1 guy to start from both the A & C list, then 2 from the B list. You get points for how they do over the weekend. You can only use each driver 9 times for the entire season & each golfer 10 times for the season. You can change your golfers daily but once the NASCAR race starts, you're locked in until the race is complete.