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Congrats to Marlboro for winning the first round of LAST ONE STANDING at Talladega.
Now is YOUR chance to get in the game!! Segment two starts with the race this week from Darlington. Get your picks in to compete against the best Fantasy Racing players in the World!! Check out the complete rules and get in the game today!!
LAST ONE STANDING RULES
1.Nine players in each division
2.Each segment lasts nine races
3.Each player picks 3 cars per race
4.Once a car number is chosen, it can not be picked again during that segment (Player advancing to the finals will have picked 27 different cars per segment)
5.If an eligible pick is not made, cars are assigned from 30th or worse positions from Owner’s points standings
6.Points are assigned as follows: 1pt for 1st place up to 43 pts for 43rd place with 50pts assigned if driver does not make the race
7.High score each week is eliminated from the game
8.In case of a tie, the high score from the most recent week between the two or more players picked is eliminated from the game
9.In case of a tie on week one of the segment, the high score between the two or more players in the following week is eliminated from the game
10.Deadline for picks is 8pm EDT the Friday before the race
11.Players are responsible for checking the entries every week to determine if a player has chosen an ineligible driver
12.Any challenge of an ineligible pick must be made prior to the start of the race
13.Results will be posted at www.raceteamusa.com after official results are posted by NASCAR
14.Any questions about game should be sent via E-mail to http://www.raceteamusa.com/Contact.html with “LOS Question” in the subject line
15.Final week of the segment will put each division winner against the others to determine the Champion with low score the winner
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