Participants construct a fantasy team from the roster of drivers provided, while staying under a $100 salary cap. Participants select any combination of (4) drivers from among the divisions competing. There is no limit to how many drivers (up to four) Participants select from a particular division— but Participants must have (4) drivers on his/her fantasy team in order to compete in contests.
The objective of the LINE-X League is to increase fan engagement and excitement at the races. While anyone, anywhere, can play, Motor Mile Speedway is not obligated to provide any information pertaining to driver participation throughout the season. Motor Mile Speedway does not issue entry lists, and race day statistics are not uploaded online in real time. To construct the most competitive lineup possible, it is suggested that Participants be in attendance on race day.
Lineups will lock approximately 10 minutes after qualifying has concluded.
Drivers selected for fantasy lineups that do not compete in their respective races will receive zero points for that fantasy contest. Disqualifications will result in the same.
Color-coded driver numbers are displayed to aid in at-track identification, and may not represent the driver’s official number on race day. Fantasy points awarded are based on the finishing positions of the drivers, not the car numbers.
Rules and regulations are subject to change at Motor Mile Speedway’s discretion.
NOTE: Following the completion of a round, lineups will automatically update in preparation for the next round utilizing the current lineup selected. Participants are NOT required to utilize the same lineup for every round.
Fantasy points are accrued based on the finishing positions of the drivers selected, and reflect the actual points earned by those drivers. The fantasy points structure mirrors the points structure utilized in Motor Mile Speedway’s four points-paying divisions: a driver’s point total is calculated based on the total number of entries, descending in increments of two points per finishing position. Because the points structure is based on car count, the amount of points awarded to drivers will vary throughout the season. More importantly, due to car count disparities, a Late Model driver’s point total for finishing first, for example, may not coincide with a Street Stock driver’s point total for finishing first. See below:
Late Model RACE #1: 21-car Field
Lee Pulliam – 1st Place – 42 points (Calculated at twice the car count)
Street Stock RACE: 7-car Field
Scooter Hollandsworth – 1st Place – 14 points
TWINS: Per the 2016 schedule, Motor Mile Speedway is hosting (4) Late Model TWIN events, and (1) TWIN event each for the Limited Sportsman, MOD-4, and Street Stock divisions. A driver’s fantasy point total will be calculated based on his/her combined point total from both races for these events.
The fantasy point totals will be tabulated and posted once the post-race inspection process has been completed and results have been made official. The highest points finisher per contest will win a prize, to be announced online at www.motormilespeedway.com. Fantasy point totals from each contest will be compiled in a point standings structure throughout the season, climaxing in a points championship that will be decided following the season finale on September 10th. The highest points finisher in the standings will be awarded the Grand Prize, with the second and third place finishers also receiving awards.
NOTE: Participants under the age of 18 are not eligible for prizes and awards. Winners must produce valid ID.