And F1RMGP uses a more illogical way: tiebreaks are counted by DNQs. Wut?
Because this is a Formula One Rejects
series and is hence rejectful actions are counted before commendable actions. Plus, this is something the FIA would never have thought of.
Say under a season run the same way as F1RMGP 2015: driver A qualifies ten times, fails eight times and scores four 10th places; driver B qualifies once, scores an 8th place, and racks up seventeen DNPQs. Who's the more rejectful driver? B, so he gets the lower placing, even if under any other system B would have been placed above A. Likewise, who was the only driver to rack up four wins in F1RMGP 2012? Chris Dagnall. Who also managed to not qualify for one race in a car that should have never been anywhere near being threatened with a DNQ? Chris Dagnall. Had he been even on points with anyone, that catastrophic and embarrassing error is what would have cost him the championship position.
The moral of this story is: if you're going to compete in any series run to F1RMGP rules, don't make catastrophic and embarrassing errors
! They will bite you!