As I posted in the hardware forum, we are considering a move from Axware to AXTI.ME for use at our somewhat non-traditional events.
How are we non-traditional, you ask? Here you go:
We don't use Run Groups
Rather, we run in numerical order. After a run, a competitor parks their car and checks-in with a marshal coordinator who assigns them to a marshal post where they work until their replacement arrives. They are then free to do as they like until their turn comes up to run again.
The marshal coordinator logs car numbers as people check-in and log where they were sent.
We run like this from about 10AM to 4PM with a break for lunch.
We Don't Use SCCA Classes
We use a simple 5-class system and our own prep point schedule. Everyone fits into A Class down to E Class. There are no PAX or other factors to adjust RAW times.
We have class champs, based on points calculated as percentages.
Overall series champ is decided based on most points logged by one driver, across all the classes in which they drove. A driver can only be in one class per round of competition and we have 9 to 10 rounds per season.
Is there anything above that would AXTI.ME could not accommodate?
Thanks in advance.