The 3rd race (Feature) at NJMP has been placed in the MARRS 2 Feature slot for now. The points should be very close now. The first 2 NJMP races at Thunderbolt are still not official and the Race 3 Feature for SRF3 (Group 7) is missing. That is being tracked down.
Ironman Winner: Paul Wight (2nd consecutive year) Check out the cool bar graph of Top Three Ironman drivers from 2015-2019!
Interested in how many different drivers ran in your favorite class over the years? Or how many average drivers were in each race? Check out the new stats section including a unique driver graph and average driver per class graph.
Apologies for the AWS outage on Saturday 8/31. Both the application server and DB server were affected in the AWS region in which we are hosted.
Thank you for your patience at MARRS 2 while we worked through technical issues caused by power outages at VIR. Special thanks to Richard Mesick for producing the CSVs from VIR.
2018 saw a new Ironman winner, Paul Wight. Congrats to Paul on edging out the previous three year winner John Hotz by two races.
In terms of 2018 race class participation, the SSM (35.1), SM (20.8), and SRF3 (13.7) classes again finished #1, #2, and #3 respectively with all three classes growing in participation! ITA jumped up two positions into 4th place, unseating ITB.
2018 was the first year back for the Bill Scott Championship! A shout out goes to the three most attended class winners: David Stern (SSM), Mike Collins (SM), and Alan Olson (SRF3). Congrats to Mike and Alan for sweeping both MARRS and the Bill Scott Championships in 2018.
A huge Thank You to Anna Crissman for providing the official results from VIR. There were Internet issues and without her help, there would have been a lot of unhappy racers.
Congratulations are in order for John Hotz for his THIRD consecutive Ironman award for most races in one season!
In terms of 2017 race class participation, the SSM (28.1), SM (18.6), and SRF3 (11.6) classes again finished #1, #2, and #3 respectively with both SSM and SM declining in participation while SRF3 nearly remained the same as in 2016.
January 2017 - Ted Cahall Awarded the WDCR Regional Executive Award for development of marrspoints.com. Thank you Paul Anderson and WDCR!2016 Highlights:
In terms of 2016 race class participation, the SSM (34.6) and SM (22.6) classes again finished #1 and #2, each adding modestly to their 2016 average number of drivers per class. The SRF3 (11.7) class doubled its average attendance and pushed out ITB for third place. This came at the expense of the SRF class which fell out of the top 10 classes for driver participation.
Congrats to Tim Jabobs for a great 2015 SM Racing Season and to Rob Hines for making it exciting to watch until the very last race! A big shout out goes to Greg Obadia for a "perfect" Net Points season in SRF3 in which he won every Feature and Qualifying race that counted in his Net Points total. Additionally, in a powerful (Miata) show of DC Region prowess, both Neil O'Rourke and Nick Bruni each set the SM and SSM track records respectively at Pocono in MARRS 7 competition. See all 2015 Race Results.
The 2015 average driver participation per class leaders were: SSM (33.3), SM (20.4), and ITB (10.5). John Hotz participated in the most races and won the Ironman Award by 9 more races than his nearest competitor.
This web application tracks the Mid-Atlantic Road Racing Series (MARRS) race results and season points and was developed in the Amazon cloud by Ted Cahall.