2011 Results are now available to all
For 2011, each competition now records its scores using the same software that IMAC US uses. This software produces the results in a 'web friendly' format, which we publish here. It became easier to use the US Scoring software, as IMAC UK has become more aligned to the US scoring system anyway, so adoption of their tools made sense.
When you follow the link below to the relevant competition, you are present with the results for each class. To see the more detailed score breakdown of a pilot, click on that pilot's name. Navigate back using your brower's 'Back Button'.
Normalised scores are now used
This means, the highest scoring person in each round is awarded 1000 points. Places below 1st, will be shown as the relevant percentage of 1000. So in other words, if 1st place got 3600 raw points, and 2nd got 2700 raw points (big difference I know, but helps illustrate the way it works), 1st would have a normalised score of 1000 and 2nd would have a normalised score of 750 (as 2700 is 75% of 3600). This can sometimes make you think you're closer to the next person up than you really are, so be careful !
The other numbers shown on the overall score sheet are percentages for each round, and a total for the knowns, aswell as a total for the unknowns. So an number of '0.736' means you got 73.6% for that round.