EX Aequo Rule.
In case of equality between two or more competitors, applied odds will be equal to the odds of acceptance divided by the number of participants on an equal footing.
For example, if two competitors with the odds of 3.00 and 2.00 achieve the same result (both are winners), the final odds will be 1.5 (3.00 / 2) and 1.00 (2.00 / 2).
20.1 – All bets are settled according to the official results published at the end of the Super pole, whether it is a wet or a dry Super pole. If a driver will not enter the Super pole, all bets will stand. If the Super pole is voided, it will be considered as valid the classification published by the official federation at the end of the official practice session.
20.2 – In “Head-to-Head” bets, it is not allowed to combine head-to-head of race 1 with head-to-head of race 2. So head-to-head bets can be only placed within the same race. For “head-to-head” bets, winning bets must predict which one of the nominated drivers finishes first. Bets will be settled according to the first results published by the official federation. If both drivers fail to finish the race, then the driver with the higher number of completed laps will be deemed the winner. If a rider will not enter the race (without being in the starting grid) or if both riders will finish the race with the same number of completed laps, then the head-to-head bet will be voided.
20.3 – WINNER RACE 1
User must predict which driver will finish first in Race 1 of the competition.
20.4 – WINNER RACE 2
User must predict which driver will finish first in Race 2 of the competition.
20.5 – WINNER SUPERPOLE
User must predict which driver will win the Super pole.
20.6 – WINNER SUPERBIKE DRIVER
User must predict which driver will win the competition.
20.7 – HEAD TO HEAD SUPERPOLE
Winning bets must predict which of the two nominated drivers finishes first the race.
Should both indicated competitors retire, then the driver who retires last will be deemed the winner. The “Head to Head” bets are distinguished according to whether they relate to the Superbike or the Official Practice. If a driver included in a head-to-head bet is present in the starting grid, but he retires before the race starts or during the race, all bets will still be considered valid. If a driver nominated in a head-to-head bet is not present in the starting grid, all bets will be considered void and set to 1.00.
1 – Pilot number 1 wins the race
2 – Pilot number 2 wins the race