2022 Ultimate Gambler Champions
Rod Taylor Doubles Up
Electronics & Non / Electronics
Electronics and Non-Electronics will be split up into 2 brackets in each class.
"No Box A" and "No Box B"
"Box A" and "Box B"
This way if you double enter, your two entries will be in different brackets.
You can only race yourself if you make it to the final 4 entries of the race.
Random pairing first round only, laddered after that until a winner is determined in each bracket.
The final 4 racers (Winners of No Box A, No Box B, Box A & Box B) will then be combined and placed on a new ladder.
Ladder placement will be determined by racers previous rounds reaction time.
First come, first serve on lane choice first round only.
If multiple racers are lined up in one single lane with the opposite lane empty, then a flip of a coin by a track official will determine your lane choice.
Best RT from previous round will determine lane choice once laddered.
Racer must stay in their perspective class throughout the entire race.
Non-Electronics racers are not allowed to add any Electronic devices that do not meet the Summit Series Pro class rules throughout the entirety of the race.
Single Summit Series show up points will be awarded to all racers that enter each race day in their perspective class and count towards the ET Finals. (11 points each).
Non-Electronics racers will receive points in either "Sportsman" or "Pro" class. Electronics Racers will receive points in "Super Pro". Any racer that enters both Saturday and Sunday will receive a total of 22 Summit Series show up points. Round win points will not be awarded.
Sat / Sun
“Real Red” / “True Start” In Use
Winner $ 5,000
R/U $ 2,000
Semi’s $ 700
Rnd 5 Winner’s** $ 300
Rnd 4 Winner’s $ 200
Rnd 3 Winner’s $ 100
Rnd 2 Winner’s $ 50
**4th & 5th Round Winners Pay If Needed**
Prizes for perfect runs
Prizes for best losing packages
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