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Perth Motorplex unveils new format for ANDRA Top Fuel Championship Series

Posted on 11 October 2012

Perth Motorplex have unveiled a revolutionary new format for the 2013 Top Fuel Pro Series rounds at the venue, set to mix up the action at Perth based Top Fuel events.

The two day events to be held on the weekends of November 30/December 1 and February 1-2, will be split and each day will become its own event. ANDRA Championship points will be allocated on each day as well. It has been dubbed the Maximum Exposure Elimination Format.

The new format is more inclusive for competitors, as it adopts a round robin approach, where every entrant is guaranteed at least four passes over the weekend.

The revised format will ensure that teams who travel from all over the country have ample opportunity for exposure, where they may have been eliminated in the first 20 minutes of racing during the first round under the current format.

The first session will see all competitors set a time in qualifying, before they are seeded for elimination shootouts in session two.

Session two is a more traditional elimination-style round, which will see all competitors aiming for the quickest winning time down the track.

The four fastest winners (based on elapsed times) from session two will go into the final round. The third and fourth fastest competitors will race in the B-Final, whilst the fastest two will race off in the A-Final to be declared the round winner.

The second day will see the format repeated in its entirety, with the ANDRA Championship points added from the two days and an overall event winner crowned.

The new format will provide significant benefit to team sponsors, who will get increased exposure over the duration of the event.

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