A 2013 GFNCS series championship title will be awarded to the racer in each category who has the fewest amount of points after participating in a minimum of three races. Racers must attend at least three events to qualify for series titles. At each race your points equal your placing in that event. 1st place gets one point, 2nd place gets 2 points….30th place gets 30 points. Your series standing is determined by adding the three lowest scores together.
If you race more than three races your worst score will be dropped and only your best three races will be calculated towards the overall.
If there is a tie, the tie will be broken in the series final. If one of the tied riders does not show then the attending rider will take the win. If both riders in the tie fail to attend, the tie will stand.
The series championship applies to the series, the Gran Fondo National Championship in Frederick, MD counts as a one of the six races in the series. The riders with the best three race finishes will be crowned winners of the Gran Fondo National Championship Series.
The Gran Fondo National Championship in Frederick, MD is also a stand alone National Championship and the winners of this event will be crowned Gran Fondo National Champion.