**The Maths**

Each race will have a **Number of Points Scored** which varies based on the number of laps / finishers.

The total value of all the Fantasy Racers drivers participating in the race meeting gives us the **Total Driver Value**.

Using these 2 numbers the expected points per 1.0m of cost can be calculated **(PPM)** by dividing the **Number of Points Scored** by the **Total Driver Value**.

Using Abu Dhabi 2021 as an example, the **Total Driver Value** of all 20 drivers was 182.92. The **Number of Points Scored** was 2143. The expected **PPM** was 11.72.

`2143 / 182.92 = 11.72`

__Lewis Hamilton__ cost 19.99 going in to this race, so his expected score was 235.

`19.99 * 11.72 = 234.19`

*Driver Value * PPM = Expected Score*

Lewis only scored 188, so undershot his expected target and achieved a **PPM** of 9.4047, approx 19.73% less than expected. This % is divided by 10 and applied to his current cost.

`19.99 * (-19.73% / 10) = -0.39.`

*Driver Value * (Percentage Difference / 10) = Driver Adjustment*

Lewis Hamilton changed from 19.99 to 19.60

__Max Verstappen__ cost 18.57 going in to this race, so his expected score was 218.

`18.57 * 11.72 = 217.56`

Max scored 358, so overshot his expected target and achieved a **PPM** of 19.2784, approx 64.55% more than expected. This % is divided by 10 and applied to his current cost.

`18.57 * (64.55% / 10) = 1.19869 (rounded to 1.20) increase in value.`

Max Verstappen changed from 18.57 to 19.77