A bit of TT fun

We’ve had four West London Combine events so far and there are another four to go. Here are a couple of tables showing who’s the most consistent performer on actual and handicap positions. A win gets you 30 points, 2nd 29 and so on. It’s just a bit of fun – the sort of thing a TT Sec. does on a Bank Holiday Monday.

Fastest time

Rider #1:
10m
#2:
25m
#3:
25m
#4:
25m
Rides Points Rank
Peter Dixon 30 30 30 30 4 120 1
Simon Wicks 29 29 28 3 86 2
Stuart Birnie 28 28 29 3 85 3
Lance Woodman 27 26 26 3 79 4
Chris James 25 29 24 3 78 5
John Williams 25 25 2 50 6
Russell O’Malley 27 1 27 7=
Richard Jerome 27 1 27 7=
Jayne Paine 26 1 26 9
Brian Moon 23 1 23 10
Harmeet Dhiraj 22 1 22 11

Handicap time

Rider #1:
10m
#2:
25m
#3:
25m
#4:
25m
Rides Points Rank
Peter Dixon 30 28 30 29 4 117 1
Simon Wicks 28 30 28 3 86 2
Stuart Birnie 27 27 27 3 81 3
Chris James 25 29 24 3 78 4=
Lance Woodman 26 26 26 3 78 4=
John Williams 25 30 2 55 6
Jayne Paine 29 1 29 7=
Russell O’Malley 29 1 29 7=
Richard Jerome 25 1 25 9
Brian Moon 23 1 23 10
Harmeet Dhiraj 22 1 22 11

So Peter, Simon and Stuart are dominating the podium places at the moment, but there are a few close battles further down the order. Will we see a late season charge from Brian in the handicap stakes? Will Rich Cooper, Ray Kelly and Tom London finally make their season debuts and shake up the top order?

Don’t be left out – make sure you get your entries in for the remaining events. The next one is the ’50’ on the new, super (a bit) fast(er) Great Missenden course on 27th June. If you’re not riding, the Combine is always on the look out for marshals and helpers. Please let me know if you’re willing to assist.

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