Stoxnet Driver Of The Day and Racin' Rating

Driver of the Day (DotD) voting takes place after each meeting during the season, and is an opportunity for you to give your chosen driver some recognition for a great performance.

At the same time, members are invited to rate the quality of each meeting on a scale of one to ten, via the Racin' Rating (RR) score - with ten being a brilliant event, and one meaning you possibly wished you'd stayed at home!

Simple rules for joining in are as follows:

  • One vote per member, per meeting please. If you vote for two or more drivers, then unfortunately none will be counted.
  • Minimum 10 DotD votes and RR scores per meeting before we declare a winner for that meeting.
  • Voting closes midnight Thursday each week, for the previous weekend's meetings.
  • For the Racin' Rating, a whole number between 1 and 10 please - fractional scores are not counted.
  • Finally - DotD is F1 only please - we are, after all, a Pure F1 forum!

At the end of each week, we'll tot up the number of votes for each driver to determine the Driver of the Day for each meeting. We'll then add up the RR scores and take an average to produce an overall RR score for each event.

Driver of the Day and Racin' Rating results for the current season to date are shown below.

Date Track Driver of the Day Racin' Rating
22-Aug King'sLynn 515 Frankie Wainman Jnr 7.37
29-Aug Skegness 381 Tyrone Evans 6.80
12-Sep King'sLynn 326 Mark Sargent 8.79
19-Sep Skegness 211 Phoebe Wainman 8.13
26-Sep King'sLynn 339 Ant Lee 8.32
03-Oct Buxton 55 Craig Finnikin 6.71
10-Oct Skegness 8 Catherine Harris 8.31
11-Oct Skegness 464 Luke Davidson 7.92
24-Oct King'sLynn 555 Frankie Wainman JJ 7.19
08-Nov King'sLynn Meeting Cancelled 0.00

At the end of each season, we'll use the above results to determine the Annual Stoxnet Awards: Driver Of The Year, Meeting Of The Year, and the Track Of The Year. Click on the other tabs to see detailed results from the past few years, along with a summary of older results.

[Footnote: to qualify for Track of the Year, a track must host a minimum of three full 'in season' F1 meetings]