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QUOTE (Wambulance @ 15 Oct 2013, 10:37) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>It was 8 on the line again....

Or 9.

 

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I noticed it this morning but left it to see how long it would take before you bit


Nearly 6 hours - I was starting to worry.

Looking forward to Thursday and using a blue & white Golf. - Will.

PS: Just off to watch the BTCC highlights, with a nice cup of coffee.
 

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Was great to see all the new faces last night, I hope they enjoyed themselves and were entertained as much as we were by Tony's antics.

I was wondering if anyone that was wanting to go home north on the A3 followed the diversions and where it took them? After Geoff's warning of how long it took him last week, I decided to go across country on the route I used to use when my car had it's stock engine.
 

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As Jim says, round 7 saw three new members - Ian, Stuart and Doug. Welcome to the club guys.

We had 12 on this night, so racing continued at top speed. Chris decided to help the newbies by picking Accords, that was what he said - though I seem to remember he has done very well out of them over the years.
Chris got 31 and that was good enough for 3rd spot. The winning couple were Jim and Keith both with 32. The three newbies got settled into their own battle finishing on 9, 10 & 11.

Ian chose Golfs, Jim got another win with another 32, Tony was runner up with 31.

Dicky went for Scalex F1, these come with the reputation of "unpopular", personally I don't mind them and have done some good work with one of them in the other clubs. But Keith has done his best to change that reputation by giving them all a once over and a news set of rears - WOW. After a couple of races these started to wear in and the cars were much easier to handle and gave us some excellent racing and some very close results. A range of 28 to 11 is tight for 12 racers. After a tentative first race I found my way and with some good luck got three wins and just took the class on 28. Chris was right there with 27, it would have gone the other way had he not slide out and got flicked off my car (that was the last of my lucky breaks and I went on to win while he lost a minimum of 5 more marks). Tony, Wez and Jim tied on 26.

We caught our breath in the short break, Jim was only just in charge with 90, Chris was hot with 87 with Tony on 84, out of the newbies Ian was sitting prettiest with 38. Sadly for Keith his good works with the F1s had done him no favours and I had drawn level with him, and I noted I was just a couple behind Wez - trouble was this meant I started to get excited, though I am talking a normal kind of calm excited not the kind of throwing things about kind of excitement.

Tony thought RAID would buck up his chances, he got 27 but despite this being a low scoring class, Keith won with 28, HUH - there went one of my potential glory scalps! Last in was Ian with 14 a high score for last place. Sandy had been busy collecting 1s and knocking others off (he wasn't the only one eh DICKY) but in this class despite yet another 1 he totalled 19. Come on Sandy that shows you can do better, team Petersfield is relying on you


Geoff did pretty well with his pick of Healeys and finished with 5 others in the low 20s. Jim started off this class with an annoying off which of course meant we were treated to another petulant throwing around of controllers (err, perhaps I am getting muddled up, it's just that we normally have toy throwing about this time). Whatever. Jim still got a total of 29 enough for runner up behind Keith on 31.

Another big victory for Jim, somehow he had sneaked a lead of 18 ahead of both Tony and Chris who went to count back and Chris just got that little battle. Stuart brought up the rear but it must be said 63 it not all bad, I can remember doing much worse - and as many will tell you, I can't remember much. I had a wonderful evening, I didn't beat Keith or Wes but I had some good races.

A close night with close scores and lots of runners means the scores need to be just right - they weren't, if my copy of Excel had klaxon and sprinklers, by the time I punched in the last score they would have been kicking off BIG TIME. As we were talking lots of points, I decided to do a root and branch check. Class totals were OK except the last, caused a small error in the Sandy's Healey total, but that wasn't enough. So it was time to check all the racer's sub totals and there it was it the LAST TOTAL - Doug 51 so far, plus 16 in Healey does not make 77. This made for another count back for the final championship point between Ian and Doug both on 67 and Ian was the one with a single second place - PHEW!

So until the final round of this championship on November 25th the troublesome scores are Bolwextric Racing results are here.
 

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I did a race plan for 12 drivers and it is as near to perfect as it is possible to get. A driver will race 8 of his 11 competitors 3 times during one class and the other 3 twice. To be honest, I didn't think there was a problem. Unlike the other night when there were 11 and it was obviously wrong.
 

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QUOTE (Mr.M @ 12 Nov 2013, 23:57) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>I did a race plan for 12 drivers and it is as near to perfect as it is possible to get.
Jim - all very good, however it seems:
"The potential of lane confusion fade in some racers is equal to the sum of the square of the race plan perfectness" - Will.
Keep up the good work anyway.
 

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Yes, good clean fun with extra off-track entertainment. Re the A3, this involved an enjoyable trip down to Horndean, Hampshire's Naples to Pompey's Rome, then back up to various unknown suburban type places in the wilds, then back to Clanfield from the south, then a trip to East Meon before getting back to Petersfield. Need to follow you next time, Jim. I just wondered which (or is it all) oil company/ies sponsored these insane diversions. Also, as usual, glad to see that the slip roads weren't really blocked apart from Highway Maintenance types doing a bit of spontaneous tea-tasting, in the field, so to speak.
 

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WOW ! FOURTEEN RACERS - it's been a while. And for me at least, a very enjoyable evenings racing. Numbers were helped by the return of and/or the reintroduction of 3 old hands - Steve, Andy and Martin - welcome to the fray chaps.

This was the last round of the Autumn Championship, Jim had the win sewn up but second place was nip n tuck between the experienced Keith and the reverse direction specialist, Chris, so scores really needed settling.

Dicky got the show on the road by picking Hot Hatches, this is a varied bunch and did the picker proud as he got 2 wins and a total of 24. But Chris was straight up to speed winning with the only thirties score of 33.

I fancied picking open wheelers but the big F1s have yet to run in their new tyres. With the cold track I thought the carnage would be just too much so went for the more forgiving IRLs. The pickers curse was straight out of the box as I immediately served up one of only two 1s I had all evening - huh! Up front the backwards hero continued as the sole thirties, 32 was well clear of runner up, Jim.

Steve took our advice and went for the very drivable Golfs. And some very level racing they provided. 28 was Chris's worst class of the night and he was down on a level with the likes of Wes and even me as three of us shared the win on 28 each. But it was not just great close racing, it was some great spectator action as Sandy came to the top in a race, he had us squealing at him to slow down as he went sideways under the hairpin bridge on every lap. His win, his first ever win, got one of the biggest cheers I have ever heard at Bolwextric - well done Sandy - even though you took years off some of us.

At the lightening break rivals Keith and Chris were 11 points apart in guess who's favour.

Keith went with Pajaro, not sure if his pick was part of a plan to get back at Chris, if so it didn't work, and Chris won again with 33, Jim was just point behind. The newbie racers had been doing steady work and clocking up sensible points, in this round Doug got the lowest score of the evening of 8, but that was the only single digit total from the newbies, a creditable show, well done guys.

At this stage I realised I was not far behind Wes, he let out a groan when Geoff picked Accords and I felt in with a chance. But I started poorly, probably a touch of over excitement, and Wes won his first 2 races. But then Wes stumbled and I did better, in my 5th race I won fair and square. In my last race I had settled for 3rd close behind Keith and Jim, but something happened under hairpin bridge, there was a crunch, we all came out but somehow I was in front with a couple of laps to go. But they were just too quick for me. Approaching the hairpin on the last lap I was a close 3rd but then the unbelievable happened, Jim made a mistake and took Keith with him, I hit the carnage which also included "the hand of Geoff" but I was judged the winner and beat Wes in the class. It is hardly worth mentioning that Chris won the class with 35, apparently he has never had a 36, something I find unbelievable.

So after a hectic night Chris got a healthy win with 161 followed by Jim then Keith. I ended up 4 behind Wes but had a great time losing. Dicky was off form by the end of the evening getting 20 from his last 2 classes. Last was Doug with 61, actually not a bad score, but with new Steve and Andy not far behind me I can see more competition coming towards me. Worthy of mention was Geoff who had a great draw for his second race of each class, he took full advantage and won that race every time, good work.

After everything had been added and taken away Jim won the Championship, well done Jim - again. Second place went to Chris who just beat Keith by dint of rounds not raced. Wes won the Clubmans in style but just didn't get the upgrade by a single point. Well done Wes - it is just a matter of time. You can see the final outcomes and the championship summary sheet on the web site.

The Bolwextric 2014 Spring Championship will start on December 9th, I hope it proves as exciting as this one.

JIM's BIT: Scores were 1 over, turned out there were too many twos in the IRLs, and I could work it out because it was my first race where I got a "pickers 1" and not two as on the sheet. Placings were not affected. Please don't adjust the racing order for 14 racers, I couldn't cope with it even as it is. Unless you change it to going round in a big circle, I think I could cope with that - just
 

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With just 7 of us to mark the new series we had some great fun and finished a bit early.

Andy got us off to a BIG start with Trucks, he got a total of 14 but I did even worse, and at the end of the first class I was last. WILL, WHAT ABOUT THE WINNERS ? Very close with Jim and Chris on 27, Keith on 26 and Geoff on 25.

Keith got out the Corvettes, I can't remember the last time we used these (It could be last week !), seriously though. Keith has been giving them a makeover, some are still "difficult" but a couple are pretty good and this spun the results with Keith getting victory.

Plenty of Nascars in the room but when Chris picked them it was a juggle to get a working set, but then some very good racing, again one car shone out a real goer, no what I mean. Keith took his second class with 28. Starting with a surprise win I got the runner up place in my only decent class so far, and I had the pick for the next round.

At the break Keith was in charge with Jim then Chris close enough to snap. I was in a gaggle in the 50s but with my pick to come I had high hopes.

Hornby F1 it was then, often a good hunting ground for me - but it was a "disaster darling" for me as I threw away many potential points, after my second race Jim wasn't helping me by talking about Pickers Curse. And it was worse as my arch rival Wes took the class with a much too healthy 31.

But I wasn't too concerned because Geoff picked Accords, the hot money would have been on Chris but it was Jim who took the crown with the highest class sore of the night 32 - possibly some match fixing going on there ? A stupid 1 in my penultimate race sealed a terrible night for me, though somehow I had enjoyed being beat. Accords always create some brilliant races and with the top places still to be decided that is what we got. There was a incident over in chicane corner, and I was told to mention it in dispatches. Someone who will not be named (can't remember) cleared a couple of lanes to chang Wes out of the running, but a following car driven by (can't remember) knocked Wes back into the race - yeh with Wes's luck running like that, it tis no wonder I never beat him nowadays!

So at the end when the excitement had died down it was Jim who took this first round with 137. I hadn't done well !

Next round is a reverse direction affair on Dec 23rd. Bolwextric Racing results.
 

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Nearly Christmas and the country shutting down due to storms - no racing at Bolwextric then. Actually, a surprising 8 racers battled through to have some hot and dry racing. We had an extra spectator in the shape of Keith's dog, this rescued item has an imposing appearance, Baskaville is a word that springs to mind, but a notably mild nature seemed to be in evidence.

Chris was obviously out for the win in this reverse direction evening and he wasted no time in getting the Accords onto the line as this was a night he needed to win. But the curse was about and his mediocre round was ended by a 1. It is a credit to the long lasting Accords that half the entry shared the wins and this let Chris snatch runner up with 27, Tony won with 29.

And to Tony's pick - Citroen 1/24 scale, nuff said, I personally think these replicate the real thing too closely, slightly weird but good ideas desperately in need of development and quality control. This newest set of cars are a mess. But they do make for good racing and served out a massive dose of picker's curse as MR T came last in the class while Chris stretched his legs winning by one point from Jim with the highest round score of the night 33.

Keith went for Astons, and an unlucky 13 got me last place as I pondered what a poor night I was having, still things MUST ONLY get better! Good racing from these tricky and flicky cars, but it was the "BIG C" who took the class just in front of Jim on 28.

I went for Golf Rally, and they did get me my best score of the evening of 22, which was enough to put me precisely no where! Again some good racing and this time the numbers came out in Wes and Tony's favour with 27 each.

Andy picked F1, open wheelers are usually a good hunting ground for me and I felt at last things REALLY WOULD get better, but these were NINCO F1 a couple of which had developed a liking for randomly going straight on - mainly into my car (it seemed), my Christmas burst in to tears as I got by far the lowest score of the night, an embarrassing 8. Up front Tony shared the honours with Chris and 31 each.

So at the end of a night where for me IT NEVER got better I was surprised to finish not last, that dubious honour went narrowly to Sandy who had kept his own race all evening and managed a creditable 70. But up front Chris had got the numbers spinning his way as his competitors split up the scores he ground his way to an impressive 140.

Don't forget the TEN YEARS OF ALL CLUBS CELEBRATION on the 29th, doors open at midday and racing is open to all previous members of any club. Contact Tony for details. Meanwhile the score are on line here. Happy Christmas everyone.
 

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We have brief review of the 10 years of clubs day, which I thought was really good - the racing not the review. Perhaps we should do an "11 years of", next year maybe?
 

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With the addition of Martin and the return of Dicky we had a creditable 11 racers for the third round.

Dicky got things started with Saxos'. Jim won with 31, Tony, Wes, Keith and Chris were clustered not far behind.

Lorries were Geoff's pick, a couple of these suffer from random straight onwardsness, so anything could happen: Chris started with a 1, I had a win, Sandy had 2 wins but out front was Jim, 5s were the worst could manage as he cruised to a winning 31.

Martin went for Accords and soon everything was clicking along normally for the Moys' road show until his 4th race when he suffered a 2 followed by a brace of 1s', did anyone see that happening? It was a clear victory for Tony on 32 while most of the rest argued over the mid twenties.

So at the break we had a welcome change of leader in the shape of Tony on 87, with Jim, Wes and Keith all within 10 points. Chris was almost out of it on 70.

Sandy had arranged Hornby Muscle cars for our next class, Jim didn't do too well finishing on 26 a score he shared with me, more surprising was we had finished in joint 2nd place a point behind an equally surprised Wes. Dicky did well getting 24 his highest score of the night.

Tony was just 3 behind Jim and in with a chance to win the evening, he went for Pro Trucks, Keith won the class on 28 followed by Wes. Martin had been picking up some sensible points but in this class he had the dubious honour of getting the lowest class score of the evening, 10. Mind you, we have seen a lot worse.

136 was good enough to give Jim a 3 point victory over a resurgent Tony, with Wes and Keith very close as well. But what for the favourite, Chris? He had done badly or even very badly as he ended up in a count back with ME, I bet no one put money on that!

Besides nearly winning the evening Tony also did very well teasing scores out of us, and getting the total score correct. The next round will be a reverse direction on the 20th, meanwhile here are scores so far.
 

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Tony may have got the total correct - but I'm still trying to work out how Geoff managed to score a third place in the race where he took a couple of cars off in the first lap at the hairpin. I heard him apologise. I hope it's not a bit of family favouritism starting to creep in!
 

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10 on the line for this reverse direction evening which featured a great mix of cheers and jeers and a few tears. Having punched in the scores I found a single point error, as there had been a count back I needed to investigate. - I am surprised Jim, that you didn't get one of your headaches from around break time as it transpired your total gained an extra unwarranted point from then on, or perhaps you did know, you seemed a little quiet.

Sandy kicked off with Accords, it turned out a smart move, he won his second race and went on to get his highest class score of the night, 21. Martin got his lowest score of the evening with 8, but that wasn't the worst overall, that was dished out later. I need hardly mention the winner, despite falling fowl of the green gremlin in his first race the backwardsman Chris did nothing else wrong to get a clear win on 31, the rest of the best languished in the low 20s'.

Is is a Punto is it a Clio? Once we got our recognition skills up to speed Martin set us up with Puntos. Which Chris DIDN'T WIN - what? It was 32 for Tony while Chris could only manage a mere 28. Despite their slow progress it was an interesting class with the wins shared by 6 racers.

It was another rally saloon next when Jim selected Focus and he managed to shave a class win with 31, Tony was close behind with 29.

At the break Chris was only just in front with 87 with Tony then Jim close behind. Keith was having a poor evening by his standards a 1 in each class meant he was caught in a cluster around 60. Tony removed the front drive from the 1/24th Citroens and re aligned the rear pinions, amazingly it appeared that most of these had become front wheel drive.

Chris had us racing those tuned up Citroens, which now they were more similar dealt out some good even racing until "mobile pinion syndrome" reared its ugly head, get that sorted and they should prove a useful addition to the stable. Up front it could of gone several ways but out of the pinion roulette came Chris on 31 closely followed by Jim then Tony. But it wasn't all good news as Dicky stumbled to the evenings worst of 7, which was a surprise as he had done steady work thus far.

I felt we needed some open wheel action and went for the Scalee F1, these used to be an acquired taste but now sporting new boots they are worthy of choice - IMHO. None of this seems to matter to Chris who took another class with 32, while on 30 Jim was the only real competition.

The final outcome was not much of a surprise as Chris took the night's crown with 150 followed by Jim then Tony. In Clubmans it was a tie for the lead between Sandy and Geoff, 2 wins for Sandy made him the winner on 90 - Well Done Sandy. Martin came in last but considering his dodgy first class his 62 was nothing to to be ashamed of.

This series is turning into a real challenge for me as Sandy, Geoff and Andy are getting faster and I am struggling just to stand still. I need to, but, can I - up my game?

The Bolwextric Racing results are here and we have more going forward action on Jan 2nd.
 

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10 on the line again for another very enjoyable evening - that nearly ended in disaster when Jim selected and PLAIN chocolate biscuit but luckily spotted his error before it touched his lips, leading to a near miss of an epi pen and mouth to mouth scenario. What ever next?

Chris set us off with, guess what? Accords! Although he didn't get it all his own way he held on to a slender win with 32, Jim then Tony were snapping at his heals. Martin got off to a bad start with 9 the equal lowest score of the night, it is a measure of the ability of current newbies when 9 is the lowest score - and by a big margin.

Andy picked Trucks and his 22 got him into the middle order and his best score, smart choice! This was a pretty mixed up class in which Sandy, Dicky and I scored two 5s' each. 30 was Tony's winning score closely followed by Jim.

And Jim had next pick, Golf 4wd, a growling but otherwise very drivable set. But shock horror, Jim could only manage runner up just a point adrift from Tony with 34.

At the break Tony was in charge just, with 91, could this be his chance to grab a rare victory at his own club? With Jim just a point behind anything could happen.

And so to Escorts picked by Keith, these include a hot little red number who is the toast of the party. Jim had a stunning victory with 35, the highest of the evening, a bit of a feat with such a variable class. This was shown as Chris, Tony, Keith, Sandy and myself shared the other wins. Andy got the other lowest of the night, 9.

With Tony getting the final pick, could he regain control of the evening? He went for Pro Trucks, these big levellers include the delightful white lane offering that is adverse to hairpin bends - which often creates tears across several lanes. As it happened Jim came out of the mix just in front with 29 and Tony 2 behind. And it wasn't just the evening that was up for grabs as Keith and Chris had their own battle to sort for 3rd. It was nail biting stuff as Keith had the edge in the round, but would that be enough? The closeness of this class was shown by the high lowest score of 15, just short of many others.

So in the end it was a case of better luck next time for Tony who ended up 9 behind Jim's winning 154, victory snatched from defeat by the milk chocolate muncher. That 3rd spot was taken by Chris by just 1 point. In the Clubmans it was a victory for Sandy and this shows up another point of note - If my brain maths is correct WES MUST contend all the remaining rounds to stand a chance of getting out of Clubmans - come on Wes we missed your barracking


111 was a score that got me well clear from Geoff, Sandy and Andy who are starting to give me a real headache. But the spreadsheet say "NO - the points are 10 over" Oh no and double whow, as they turned out to have been given to ME. And it gets worse, that put me level with Sandy on 101 each, and it gets even worser as we both had a single win. But luckily I had the edge with 5s' so held onto my place - bit of a sweaty palm moment there!

Sandy - was 101 your personal best? Yes, but a big margin. WELL DONE SANDY ! You or anyone else can find that out from the web site. Either by looking at the scores from the current Championship or looking a the scores archive for the relevant club and look through the pdf or xl links for each championship. This info goes back over 3 years.

b] Bolwextric Racing results start here[/b] and the next round is on the 17th and it will be a reversio.
 

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Round 6 already and both main and Clubman championships are pretty close.

Geoff did well with Pro Trucks the other day so he picked them and caught a dose of reverse direction pickers curse. a big dose, he slumped to the lowest score of the evening, 9. Chris just managed to sneak the class on 27 while Keith and Sandy tied next on 26 each. Sandy's result was pretty impressive as he was groggy and spent the evening trussed up in a thick trench coat, trouble is I am not too sure if I want him to get better if it makes him race fast.

Several of the members had been blitzing some of the broken sets of cars, and so Wes picked the refurbished Saxos. More close racing as Tony and Chris drew on 27, and the rest of the scores were close too, the lowest being 15.

Chris pulled out the roulette card - the Citroen 1/24 scale, but the luck went elsewhere as Tony had an clear victory with 34.

So at the break Tony was in the lead with 84, followed by Chris then Jim. We chatted over doughnuts, to celebrate my impending birthday. Chris has a birthday coming soon so has promised to bring in something to celebrate with. - Chris you have to do that now it is in print


Focus are another worked over set of car and they were Martin's pick, one had a slippy set of tyres but otherwise they were a good bunch of racers. Tony won on 34 with Jim 5 behind.

Daytona Prototypes, I can't say I have used these before, but they proved pretty sporty, I gather they have the chassis of one make, the engine of another and the axle from somewhere else (or was that another class altogether?). Apart from one doing a Citroen 1/24th with its pinion they seem a great addition to the stable. Tony picked them but they didn't work for him as he battled with a chance of winning the evening. 28 each for Chris and Jim was enough for them to share the class.

Somehow without appearing to win hardly anything Chris grabbed the evening from under the noses of Tony then Jim, totals were respectively 137, 134 and 131. Wes won the clubmans.

With just 2 rounds to go both championships are hotting up with Jim and Chris as favourites and Tony coming up on the outside, it could be tight. In Clubmans it is even closer, if that is possible, with Sandy and Geoff pretty much level with Wes making up for lost rounds, it could go three ways. The next round is forwards on March 3rd. Have a look at those close championships.
 

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Just in case you do not spot it, the Endurance Event is pencilled in for March the 16th. See the Bolwextric Goodwood 9 hours thread.
 

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With just 7 racers we skipped quickly through to finish a bit early.

Classes of DTM, Fly Daytona, Accords (again), Scalee F1 and Police Golfs all gave some very close races, up front Chris was having a poor night and that left Jim and Tony to slug it out to the bitter end. Keith was in no mans land all evening while Wes, Geoff and I scratched around the bottom. We were in adjacent lanes and had some brilliant races till Wes pulled clear, Geoff seemed to settle for finishes and so I managed to finished second to last.

It was good to see some different classes coming back on stream and I think they all provided good sport albeit with some begrudging comments.

In the end Jim and Tony were dead level on points but Jim had loads of wins and so won the night. Wes won the Clubman's from Geoff and it will be down to the last round for them to sort it out as they tie on points and have no scores to drop - WOW. Clubman class - it is so much fun.

Much of the talk was about trying to jiggle a date for the endurance, if you are at all interested in this keep an eye on the Goodwood Thread.

The next and final round should be hot, with both Championships up for grabs, and reverse direction, so anything could happen, that's on 17th March. You can work out the scenarios HERE. double WOW ! !
 

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Thanks for working that out for me Peter. Jim winner by a minimum of 3 marks? Tony could get second if he won and if Chris didn't turn up or did incredibly poorly in a high attendance evening.

Made you look at the score sheet though


And I spun the blog a step too far.
 
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