I was thinking along the lines of, if we got enough people involved, randomly pairing up drivers over a longer race, and the combined placings decided a team event, not individual placings. P1 = 1 point P2 = 2 points P3 = 3 points etc. The team with the lowest aggregate score wins the night, and drawn aggregate scores use the best position within the drawn teams as a tie break. Example: I got paired with Coucher, you got paired with Warren (all done randomly). Croucher wins the race, you come in 2nd, Warren 3rd and me 5th. Your team wins because of the lowest aggregate points (5 vs 6). If, however, I came 4th, my team would win because we had a tied aggregate, but my team's best finishing position was better than your team's. (5 v 5 overall, but my team had P1 in the tie breaker) It's only if the scores are tied that "who individually came where" comes into play. I was thinking about this because if you are racing as much for someone else as for yourself, people won't quit quite so easily as, in my example, I would be letting Croucher down if I quit out. This would probably work a bit better on a longer race format (1 or 2 race night) and initially on familiar courses too. I'm still refining it, but if the interest is there, I'll think about a test run one night. The problem would be getting enough people signed up early enough to make it feasible with the admin. There are still too many people who don't bother to sign up ahead of the day of the event, which would cause this to not be worth my time and effort, but if enough people come out ahead of time and are willing to commit to it early enough, why not?