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 91 
 on: July 05, 2019, 02:44:46 PM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
RAW Track       
Race All Winter Track       
Dunc Grey  Velodrome, Sydney, Australia      
Week 2 July 05 2019      
   


John Trovas and Rohan Hayden-Smith

Fantastic to celebrate the RAW talent heading to the Junior world track Championships in Frankfurt Germany. However, in my opinion, it is far from raw talent, it is hard work, determination, sacrifice and grit by John, Rohan and both their families that has achieved their selection in the national team. I am not sure how many more times we will see the youngsters @RAW before August, but rest assure we will welcome them back as international riders in September.

To send the riders off, I organised a demonstration event: I put them up against two div 4 riders (Morgan Ho and Tom Stilwell). In the first heat John Trovas drew Tom to race, John was on the start line in a standing start, as Tom was on a flying lap. When Tom (Rabbit) past the start line, John was released and had to chase. It took Trovas (the Hound) half a lap to match the Rabbit's speed, at this stage he was about 70m behind. From that point the Hound continued to accelerate and diminish the gap. He caught his rabbit after 1 lap and 110m and when he past he nearly blew Tommy off the track.



The scene was now set for Rohan against Morgan. Rohan being an endurance athlete was always going to struggle in such a short explosive effort. His hope was that his selected rabbit (Morgan) was not as fast. In the second heat the hound again matched the speed of the rabbit about halfway through the first lap however the Rabbit this time was about 80m in front. That extra 10m saw the Hound devour the prey at 1 lap and 180m a clear win to the sprinter.

Other stand out riders or rides for week 2

In Division 3 Mick West continues to be the best however, I feel he will have some serious opposition for the series from LACC rider Kia Goltman. Funny thing about young riders at RAW, they seem to get better over the length of the season. Might have something to do with growth spurts.

     

Division 2 absolute dominant riding by the multiple U15 National medallist, Oscar Chamberlin saw him impress all, including Tirian McManus who claimed a rare victory by millimetres in the Warm up scratch race. Both riders were at full extension throwing for the line. It would be the last time for the night that Tirian's name would be recorded ahead of Oscar's.
 


Division 1 it would be remis of me not to say that Rohan Hayden-Smith's ride in the Kierin was brilliant in playing to his endurance speed. He hit the front with 3 laps to go and just ramped it up continuously till the bell lap. This denied the sprinters a chance to out kick and out speed him, just brilliant! However, I think the rider of the division for div 1 in week 2 was Jack “Nugget” Bennet. It has been 10 years since Nugget has been to RAW and most likely 10 years since he has been on a track bike. But last night it looked like everything clicked into place. His old skills and track craft had returned  and I am sure he will now be hard to beat for the rest of the season.







   
Round 1       
Warm up Scratch Races       
Div 5        
1   Bailey Macdonald   
2   Christian Mantinez   
3   Oliver Kennedy   
4   Will Baijent   
      
Div 5 heat 2       
1   Sinclair Taylor   
2   Laura Brienesse     
3   Alex Wainwright   
4   Blair Chandler    
      
Div 4 Heat 1      
1   Jade Perry    
2   Jonathan Bonora   
3   Peter Trovas   
4   Zane Watson   
      
Div 4 heat 2      
1   Tom Stilwell    
2   Morgan Ho   
3   Caitlin Williamson   
4   Andy Verdon    
      
Div 3       
1   Tess Wallace   
2   Claudia Marcks   
3   Keira Will   
4   Kai Goltman   
      
Div 3 heat 2       
1   Ricardo Ruiz de Gamboa   
2   Daniel Samuel   
3   Nosh Mistry   
4   Huh   
      
Div 2       
1   Tirian McManus    
2   Oscar Chamberlin   
3   Dominic Kennedy   
4   Josh Cornish   
      
Div 1      
1   Devraj Grewal   
2   Shaun McWilliams   
3   Jack Bennett   
4   Rohan Haydon-Smith   
      
Novice      
1   Jeremy Cannon   
2   Grace Chandler   


ROUND 2      
Junior Worlds Demonstration Event
       
1   John Trovas   =Caught Tom Stillwell @ 1 lap + 110m
2   Rohan Haydon-Smith   =Caught Morgan Ho @ 1 lap + 180m
      
      
      
      
ROUND 3      
Keirins       
Div 5       
1   Christian Mantinez   
2   Will Baijent   
3   Jeremy Cannon   
4   Emma Blume   
      
Div 5 h2       
1   Lara Perry   
2   Alex Pappas   
3   Caitlin Rose   
4   Lucas Mahon   
      
Div 5 h3       
1   Oliver Kennedy   
2   Bailey Macdonald   
3   Alex Wainwright   
4   Annie Taylor   

Div 5 h4      
1   Laura Brienesse     
2   Blair Chandler    
3   Suzanne Jackson   
4   Chris Wright   
      
Div 4 h1       
1   Jade Perry    
2   Caitlin Williamson   
3   Jamie O'Callaghan   
4   Georgia O'Callaghan    31??
      
div 4 H2       
1   Tom Stilwell    
2   Jonathan Bonora   
3   Peter Trovas   
4   Zane Watson   
      
Div 4 H3       
1   Gordon Marcks    
2   Morgan Ho   
3   Greg Wade   
4   David Dight   
      
Div 4 H4       
1   David Dang    
2   Andy Verdon    
3   Johnny Tselikas   
4   Gordon Cornish   
      
      
Div 3 H1      
1   Paul Kennedy    
2   Thomas O'Callaghan      
3   Trevor Smith   
4   Nigel Apps   
      
Div 3 H2      
1   Claudia Marcks   
2   Tess Wallace   
3   Sarah Cliff    
4   Lily Strafford   
      
Div 3 H3      
1   Vasili Zygouris   
2   Francisco Allaiza   
3   Kai Goltman   
4   Sinclair Taylor   
      
Div 3 H4      
1   Nosh Mistry   
2   Jamie Och   
3   Michael West   
4   Daniel Samuel   
      
Div 2 H1      
1   Hayden Smith    
2   Tirian McManus    
3   Josh Cornish   
4   Adam Ingall   
      
Div 2 H2      
1   Rodrigo Notaro   
2   Charlie Dale    
3   Lucie Fityus    
4   Oscar Chamberlin   
      
Div 2 H3      
1   David Browne*   
2   Dominic Kennedy   
3   Jules Gali   
4   Tyler Puzicha   
      

      
Div 1 H1     
1   Daniel Googe    
2   Jonathan Och     
3   Ryan Britten    
4   James Schneider
      
Div 1 H2      
1   Rohan Haydon-Smith   
2   Jack Bennett   
3   Shaun McWilliams   
4   John Trovas   
      
Novice 4 lap Handicap       
1   Grace Chandler   
2   Jeremy Cannon   
      
      
      
ROUND 4      
Motor Pace       
Div 5       
1   Will Baijent   
2   Christian Martinez   
3   Bailey Macdonald   
4   Lara Perry   
      
Div 4        
1   Greg Wade   
2   Andy Verdon    
3   Morgan Ho   
4   Ted Wyeld   
      
      
Div 3 H1      
1   Kai Goltman   
2   Sarah Cliff    
3   Keira Will   
4   Nosh Mistry   
      
Div 3 H2      
1   Michael West   
2   Nigel Apps   
3   Trevor Smith   
4   Daniel Samuel   
      
Div 2      
1   Oscar Chamberlin   
2   Josh Cornish   
3   David Browne*   
4   Tirian McManus    
      
Div 1      
1   Devraj Grewal   
2   Jack Bennett   
3   Rohan Haydon-Smith   
4   Ryan Britten    
      
      
ROUND 5      
Combine    
Quick Group      
1   Jonathan Bonora   
2   Oliver Kennedy   
3   Bailey Macdonald   
4   Georgia O'Callaghan    31??
      
Fast Group      
1   Tirian McManus    
2   Sinclair Taylor   
3   Daniel Samuel   
4   Thomas O'Callaghan      
      
Faster group      
1   Oscar Chamberlin   
2   Rodrigo Notaro   
3   Kai Goltman   
4   Dominic Kennedy   
      
Circulus Time Blaster       
8:45 for $100       
1   Jack Bennett   08:47.7
2   Rohan Haydon-Smith   
3   Shaun MacWilliams   
4   James Schneider    
      

 92 
 on: July 04, 2019, 09:34:03 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
RACE #1     (Div 1 + DIv 2)

Div 2   Bunch  @ 0 minutes
Any div 2 rider not listed below(Chase)  

Div 2 Chase @ 1 Minute
Ben EXLEY
Kevin BERKELEY
Andrew HELLMICH
Geoff BAXTER
Nick JOHNS
Matthew COY
Matt HAZARD
Andrew BALLAS
Jordan REIZES
Quinten ROGER
Kyle SULLIVAN
David BUTT
Mick QUINN

Div 1 Block @   4 minutes  
all Div 1 riders who are not in Scratch

Div 1 Scratch @ 5 minutes
Johnathan MILLINGTON
Jordan ROSS
Ben NEPPL
Luke CRIDLAND
Peter WAKEFIELD
Nathan BONARIUS
Christopher BALL
Mick CURRAN
Craig SINTEUR
Glenn MATHISKE
Scott BUTLER
Eddie SALAS
Charl VAN WYK




RACE # 2 (div 3 + 4 )

Div 4   Bunch  @ 0 minutes
Any div 4 rider not listed below

Div 4 Chase @ 1 Minute
 David BROWNE
Justin WOOLLARD
Daniel KING
Derek CRAIG
Blake CALLEN
Bryan ATKINS
Arthur SNOW
Brett STEWART
John MASON
Iain Mudie
Eric DOLE
Robert JOHNSON
Ryan KENNEDY

Div 3 Block @   4 minutes
all riders who are not in Scratch

Div 3 Scratch @ 5 minutes
Campbell FULLER
Rodney LATHAM
Matthew GREEN
Keith HARRIS
Peter SELKRIG
David GERRISH
Michel NIJLAND
Sam LEACH
Nigel PERRY
Patrick GRANT
Neil ARNOLD

Div 5
All div 5 riders will start at 7:15am 1 full lap clear of Div 3 changed back to fall inline with entryboss info (8th July)

Div 5 will be  a stand alone race: I would like to start div 5 prior to 7am to maximise the length of the race to about an hour +


 93 
 on: July 04, 2019, 09:19:39 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
ROUND 3:   Eastern Creek Race way
Sunday 14th July 2019
7am: Div  4 + 3 H’cap 7:01am Div 1 + 2 H'cap

Change:  Div 5 will be a stand alone race




2 separate handicaps  +   Div 5 standalone race


Schedule: (Race type = Handicap)
6:00am - Sign-on



9:00am CERVELO S3 Disc Frame prize draw


                                

Handicapping Rule: All riders who have scored placing points (i.e. top 8 ) in either Round 1 (Kooragang) or Round 2 (Calga) will start in the 2nd group of their respective grade (D1, C1, B1, A1).
There is no fastest time prize please refer to points System: http://www.rawtrack.com.au/index.php/topic,952.0.html








 94 
 on: July 04, 2019, 08:37:40 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Who is in contention for the major prize of the series
Cervelo Disc Frame





If your name is below you now have a 1 in 85 chance to win the Cervelo Disc Frame

and the odds can only get better!

very Important
Check the below list to
1 check your name is there (if it deserves if it deserves to be)
2 Check that names are not doubled or errors



the Below riders are eligible if they sign on
Division 1
Johnathan MILLINGTON
Jordan ROSS
Ben NEPPL
Luke CRIDLAND
Peter WAKEFIELD
Nathan BONARIUS
Christopher BALL
Mick CURRAN
Craig STEVENS
Ben WARE
Luc MCCANN
Daniel SULLIVAN
Grant HARMER
Mathieu BREMAUD
Christian GODYN
Allan SMITH
Merrick LAW
Will MCLAREN
Dan McGUIGAN



Division2
Ben EXLEY
Kevin BERKELEY
Andrew HELLMICH
Geoff BAXTER
Nick JOHNS
Matthew COY
Stephen BORG
David EMERY
Nicholas JACK
Tom CLAYTON
Matt WALKER
Peter RYAN
Russell DARRIN
Jack YUEN
Matthew HOOKER
Brendan BUHAGIAR
Jamie MCHUGH


Division 3
Campbell FULLER
Rodney LATHAM
Matthew GREEN
Keith HARRIS
Peter SELKRIG
Dean MARCINKOWSKI
Peter ROBERTSON
Nosh MISTRY
Richard MEASURES
Alan CHAPMAN
Ben PATTERSON
Rhys ASHPOLE
Darrin TUCKER
Andrew ROBERTSON
Ivor THOMAS
Katie BANERJEE
Chris KNOX
Patrick Grant
Rob TWYEROULD
Ruth STRAPP
Stephan SHORT 2019 CERVELO Frame winner! Drawn 14th July 2019





Division 4
David BROWNE
Justin WOOLLARD
Daniel KING
Derek CRAIG
Blake CALLEN
Bryan ATKINS
Arthur SNOW
Brett STEWART
Michael KELLY
Ross MURDOCH
Micahel BOWEN
Peter MCKAY
Andrew JACKSON
Steve CASSIDY
John MUIRHEAD
Troy PATTERSON


Division 5
Thomas   MUCKLE
Guy   PAGE
Harry   ROURKE
Ian   GRAINGER
Colin   KNEALE
Hugh   JONES
David   REGATTIERI
Andrew   TRAPPITT
Colin   BROOS
Greg    FISHER
Julie    GARDNER
Mark    CRAIG



 95 
 on: July 02, 2019, 11:15:14 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson

R  A  C  E         A  L  L      W  I  N  T  E  R

News and Information
For Week 2
Friday, July 05, 2019
RAW TRACK
2019

first race 7:30pm





This week’s Program
• Round 1 warm up Scratch
• Round 2 Junior Worlds Demonstration (John and Rohan)
• Round 3 Keirin
• Round 4  Endurance Motorpace
• Round 5 Combines + CIRCULUS Time Blaster 8:45 for $100



Explain these races
Kierin- The keirin is a motorpaced event that is very popular in Japan where it originated. In that country, huge amounts of money are bet on races and professional keirin riders command impressive salaries. It is similar to the match sprint, but features 6-8 riders on the track. A derny motorbike paces the riders from 25 km/h up to 45 km/h for the first few laps. During this time, riders jostle each other for the best position and this is often the roughest part of the event. With two and a half three laps to go, the derny bike pulls off and the sprint is on. Team tactics are important here, as the leadout is often quite long. If one team can get two of their riders in the final, then they are at a distinct advantage. reference www.cyclingnews.com
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6CxkGOgoAOM&feature=channel

Motorpace- A derny motorbike paces the riders from the start at 45 km/h for the first few laps. The Derny rider will up the pace to a steady 48km/h. During this time, riders will rotate positions completing a max of one lap behind the derny. With about four laps to go, the derny bike pulls off and a standard scratch race starts. This event is intended to be an endurance race, with the pace of the derny ensuring fatigue has set in by the time it swings off.


RAW Track Riders Representing Australia
RAW Track riders John Trovas and Rohan Hayden-Smith are going to the Junior World Track Championships 2019  
This year RAW Track will donate $1 for every rider that rides this week.  By attending RAW Track on week 2 July 05 you will be supporting their aspirations at Jnr Worlds. Additionally we will be “Passing the Hat” to raise a small portion of funds.  Of Course I will have a feature event to show off our Australian Junior Representative current form in spectacular fashion.

   



The RAW Junior Worlds fund raiser.
•   Over the past 15 years we have sent off our RAW junior world riders in style. Raising thousands of dollars in financial support.
•   In those years junior national representatives have always been hit with a significant Levey (usually around $8000)
•   In 2018 Cycling Australia changed its model and now pays for the majority of the financial burden.
•   John Trovas and Rohan Hayden Smith have been selected to represent their country in Frankfurt, Germany for the 2019 World championships in August.
•   Although the majority of the fees are covered there are still some significant overheads  
•   The RAW Junior worlds Support night has become a tradition and showcases our young talent.
•   Instead of targeting $1000 we will still show our support but with a target of a few hundred dollars.



2018 Junior world representative Tom Cornish will be at RAW showing his support

So to Support John and Rohan you can:
1.   Be there and Race (RAW will donate $1 per racing rider)
2.   Bring an extra friend, we are hoping to have 100 riders.
3.   Bring an extra couple of $$...to put into the Hat
4.    Share this post


TWE Point Score
 

Last week’s top scorers

 
•   Div 1 Kurt Eather    18 points  
•   Div 2  Ben Anderson    18 points
•   Div 3 Kai Goldman, Mick West, Rob Hall   18pts
•   Div 4 Nigel Apps   20 points  
•   Div 5 Gordon Cornish    20 points  


series
As above



VIE13 Klubs Challenge
1   St George    154
2   ATTA-nsw    151
3   Dulwich Hill   135
4   Lidcombe   107
5   Vikings    83
6   Southern X   62
7   Central Coast   54
8   Canberra    49
8   Peloton Sports    49
10   Dubbo   45

 
 

Points for 2019 series

•   For every week you attend you receive 10 points
•   In rounds 3, and 4 top 4 place getters receive 5, 3, 2 and 1point respectively
•   Last 3 weeks place getter points are doubled.



 


The 2019 Time Blaster has a return sponsor
•   Circulus life Cycle Engineering offers bespoke Multidisciplinary Building Services. Technical Due Diligence Reporting, Capital Works Budgets and Condition Assessments to the property services profession.
•   This means that in 2019 the prize for cracking the time blaster will be $100
•   Of course, if it doesn't get broken it Jackpots
•   It also means the title will be a rather lengthy The Circulus Lifecycle Engineering Time Blaster
•   Hopefully after the initial introduction we may shorten it to Circulus Time Blaster




     RAW TRACK 2019 ….Bring It!  


  

 96 
 on: July 01, 2019, 02:16:27 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson


2019 VIE13 KLUB Champions  - DULWICH HILL BICYCLING CLUB

Runners up -  ATTA-nsw
Winners of  3rd ride off - St George CC
4th place - Lidcombe Auburn CC



Final Points for 2019
1   Dulwich Hill   2714
2   ATTA-nsw    2448
3   St George    1921
4   Lidcombe   1591
5   Peloton Sports    928
6   Vikings    820
7   Bankstown    606
8   Parramatta    553
9   Randwick    491
10   Canberra    478
11   Bathurst   453
12   Southern X   428
13   Penrith   397
14   Illawarra   389
15   Central Coast   361
16   Manly    338
17   Southern Highlands    289
18   Dubbo   236
19   North Sydney    226
20   Bicisport    222
21   Waratah Masters    219
22   Sutherland   158
23   Norwood cc   155
24   Marconi   138
25   Harlequin    130
26   Hunter Dist.    130
27   Sydney    130
28   Rapha    108
29   Port Macquarie   88
30   SUVELO   84
31   steam racing    63
32   ANU    60
33   Orange    53
34   Camden   52
35   Park-Life    41
36   Nowra Velo   30
37   All other Clubs    0

 97 
 on: July 01, 2019, 02:02:46 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
 Points for 2019 VIE13 Klub Challenge




 98 
 on: July 01, 2019, 02:00:37 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
2019 final points



Div 1 riders     
Tirian McManus    207
Daniel Googe    206
Alex Chubb   164
Jack Bennett       140
Finlay Moutter   131
Christopher McInnes   125
Rohan Haydon-Smith   120
John Trovas   104
Johathon Och   92
Malachi Covington    81
Shaun MacWilliams   78
James Schneider   74
Stephan Cuff   71
Devraj Grewal   67
Jarrah Anderson   61
Max Cyreszko   59
Taylor Forrest   57
Ben Anderson    53
Kurt Eather    53
Daniel Barber    53
Dylan Eather    50
Ryan Brittan    48
Wesley Ho   46
Matt Glanville    40
Harry Jones    40
Tim Hines    40
Shane Dirks    40
Thomas Cornish    40
Daniel Rickard    38
Louis Stibburd   37
Tom Bolton    36
Josh Bates    35
Luke Tuckwell    35
Luke Brittan    35
Jarrod Williams    33
Jordan Lewis    32




Div 2 Riders    
David Browne*   192
Daniel Samuel    183
Isaac Silva    182
Rodrigo Notaro   169
Geoff Wilson   166
Charlie Dale    166
Hayden Smith   158
Ian Grant    154
Scott Mills   152
Tyler Puzicha    151
Vasili Zygouris   138
Oliver Penney    130
Daika Scott    123
Lizanne Willmot     122
Deren Perrry   104
Geoff Baxter   99
Lucie Fityus    92
Josh Cornish    90
Sarah Cliff    86
Adrien Triccas    81
Lawrance Santos    69
Dominic Kennedy    68
David Ludenia    67
Adam Ingall   64
Kalinda Robinson    61
Jules Galli   55
Mick Smith    55
Mikal Kafka    54
Robert Matthews   52
Mack Apps-Tulip    46
Selina Ho    42
Gary Mandy    39
Oscar Chamberlan    36
Gavin White    33
William Kirkham    32
Jonah Harmer    31
A Millwood    30
Peter Selkrig    30
Harrison Dobrowoisai    30
Nick Johns    30





Div 3 riders    
Mick West    185
Nigel Apps   171
Aaron Roman *   163
Tess Wallace   158  ....... 4th in Div 3
Will Baigent   162 ........... (last week promotion into div 3 )
Christian Martinez   161 ........... (last week promotion into div 3 )
Jaydan Stanton Keir     154
Thomas O'Callaghan      148
Kai Goltman   132
Trevor Smith    131
Angus Steadman    130
Samantha Beatty    122
Sinclair Taylor    121
John Caley   119
Claudia Marcks   106
Lindsay Small    103
Jamie Och    103
Harrison Papadimitrou   102
Nosh Mistry    101
Ben Dutten    95
Mark Rowling    88
Mia Wallace   86
Broughton Caley    84
Keira Will   84
Kaide Morrissey   77
Julien Yuen    74
Eddie Marks    71
Ben Fox   70
Ricardo Ruiz de Gamboa   70
Paul Kennedy    69
Jeff Morris    68
Gian Rigoli   65
Lily Strafford   64
Francisco  Arraiza   63
David Dang    60
Sarah Allwork    59
James Bush    56
Rob Hall    52
Kristen Twomey    45
Hannah Sandison    41
Lauren Bates    40
Jon Gatt   40
Trent Hines    40
Mark Ross    38
Damien Botero   30
Bob Barrett    30
John Duggan   30
Miren Davis    30
Kierin Brown    30
Emily Strumfin    30
   
   




Div 4 riders   
Andy Verdon    223
Jonathon Bonora *   210
Bailey McDonald     172
Tom Stilwell    172
Jonny Tselikas    163
Blair Chandler *   163
Alex Pappas *    159
Laura Brienesse     158
Jamie O'Callaghan   158
Makenzie Scott    157
Ted Wyeld   155
Zubin Thukral   143
Georgia Bonora *   141
Georgia O'Callaghan    141
David Dight   140
Stephen Joyce    139
Phil Stilwell   139
Lara Perry    135
Andrew Stevenson    134
Paul Armishaw   132
Alexander Munoz   129
Caitlin Williamson   129
Sandro (sandy) Nara    128
Ollie Taylor    121
Hudson Rowling    113
Colin Williamson   109
Gordon Cornish    108
Jeremy Cannon   106
David Wilson    102
Ian Thomas    100
Peter Trovas   99
Zane Watson    96
Oliver Kennedy    93
Patrick Maye    82
Morgan Ho   77
Liam Goltman    74
Gordon Marcks    72
Tim Shore    65
Ollie Clarke    64
Jade Perry    61
Sufyan Saleem   60
Jake Abramovic   60
Lachlan McDonald    58
Will Neilson   56
Josh Richter    50
Mick Marshall   47
Samantah Allwork    42
Isobel Jones    40
Matty Drohan    40
Greg Wade    37
Danny Good    35
Hamish Anderson    34
Liliya Tatarinoff    34
Ray Gorrell   32
Tom Mahon   30
Alex Galca   30
   
   
   
Div 5 riders   
Lauren Chandler *   147
Grace Chandler   141
Annie Taylor    123
Alex Wainwright   99
Julia Papas    94
Chris Wright    82
Emma Blume    69
Suzanne Jackson    56
Alex Richter   50
Jake Pajtl   50
Georgia Clark    48
Joel Dight    48
Emily Drohan   45
Lucas Mahon   43
Caitlin Rose    43
Rosco Lentini    36
Sara Buerger   30

 99 
 on: July 01, 2019, 01:58:40 AM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
Points for 2019

  
 




   
  


Full series spread-sheet attached below


Points SYSTEM for RAW: http://www.rawtrack.com.au/index.php/topic,9.msg19.html#msg19


spot an error email me pcraft@vtown.com.au

 100 
 on: June 28, 2019, 01:33:06 PM 
Started by Artson - Last post by Artson
It was so good to get RAW finally started for 2019 however, for me it didn’t feel like RAW until the division 2 riders took to the track for the warm up scratch race. It was an uncharacteristic start to the season with 2 falls in the first 3 races.
Understandably I was feeling a bit out of sorts. When the div 2 riders launched into an extraordinarily high pace, that has become typical of this grades warm up scratch race that I finally felt like “this is RAW track”
The night had in my opinion 3 outstanding riders with 3 very different characteristics. In Division 3 Bankstown Sports CC rider Michael West stood out as not only someone who is fast enough to win this division but also someone willing to put himself into a world of hurt to achieve a result. In the sprint round he easily showed his speed, but it was in the endurance round (point’a’lap) that Michael showed true grit.


In Div 2 it was the young U15 rider from Orange CC Ben Anderson, that stood head and shoulders above the rest of the field. Despite his restricted gearing the Australian champion showed glimpses of his potential as he managed to destroy a class field of riders.


Finally, in the top-grade Dubbo’s Kurt Ether proved to be in a different league as he managed to ride clear of the filed on two occasions. In the final race of the night Kurt was literally, toying with the field when he hit the front with 4 laps remaining. His run to the finish, despite being rolled on the line, only earnt him the respect of his division 1 compatriots.


Photos :   https://www.facebook.com/pg/StGeorgeCycling/photos/?tab=album&album_id=10156201227966767&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARAO-33MwnR_UGnW83Tl160RF-v_ald160Oy3JSjD7g5DslN3bhQdT7mJEm7Mqw0MQ3JZTFlavJx8cS3BkCgeXDl6mGvs8J07siD_B3AFynaK4wKuhnMeFq4D0iAjNREV7l8DMvfeYUmtn5gTNwb1ZTF72YPPqv0OnVszKP0s2LZcHLIHZ5IatL7LMGVqjgyUPxbmFwsltr1Hi0BJ4erFeR6k3wFZGyADwW285b4IFCk0Y-Xp0egK9V5kp-3CXmkHHvHO5pgQcmwf0k6fnClBXxQBG0Q7IXUauvd5x4OPTqNCiv7DIlIuIG_x8-C1hhgii4ItuDU5t8G0_SKwj8DFEdqC3UL9S1vy97iGwYnXhucNTF8yilm0Wns4MTBCHevBAbQmuQ5j6zE_lCKTqn-s7U7d9XtGKbEGhO3r5zI8UtgA7VotalJylYvndEQHE5JipDRvgDWTABk1pwXvXn5R_0mn6WVni5oUYBl0O-c7iZ-VtLIiB75NVoqdUiQnF3T19WN4Q6hx5_SxnV1aZkJdux95Xl3kouhgHXPPDU&__tn__=-UK-R




and here :  https://www.ridingfocus.com.au/Track/RAW-2019/20190628-RAW-Week-1/?fbclid=IwAR1Kthiy-XYzDpZkpUgRS9kHZI_chn8lQGIcPk414FF2dbFUqC_0Q8sgp8o

RAW Track    
Race All Winter Track    
Dunc Grey  Velodrome, Sydney, Australia   
Week 1  June 28 2019   
   
Round 1    
Warm up Scratch Races    
Div 5     Name
1   Gordon Cornish
2   Laura Brienesse  
3   Suzanne Jackson
   
Div 5 heat 2    
1   Alex Galca
2   Bailey Macdonald
3   Oliver Kennedy
4   Olilie Taylor
   
Div 4 Heat 1   
1   Eddie Marks
2   Lachlan McDonald
3   Patrick Maye
4   Liam Goltman

Div 4 heat 2   
1   Nigel Apps
2   Tom Stilwell
3   Morgan Ho
4   Andrew Stevenson
   
Div 3    
1   Rob Hall
2   Kai Goltoman
3   John Caley
4   Michael West
   
Div 3 heat 2    
1   Bob Barrett
2   Isaac Silva
3   Keira Will
4   Sarah Cliff
   
Div 2    
1   Ben Anderson
2   Geoff Wilson
3   Nick Smith
4   Jonah Hammer
   
Div 1   
1   Kurt Eather
2   Dylan Eather
3   Jack Bennett
4   Devraj Grewal
   
   
   
ROUND 2   
WHEEL-RACE    
Nil this week
   
   
ROUND 3   

Sprints    
Div 5    
1   Gordon Cornish
2   Laura Brienesse  
3   Suzanne Jackson
4   Blair Chandler
   
Div 5 h2    
1   Oliver Kennedy
2   Bailey Macdonald
3   Lucus Mahon
4   Christian Mantinez
   
Div 5 h3
1   Olilie Taylor
2   Lauren Chandler
3   Annie Taylior

   
Div 4 h1    
1   Eddie Marks
2   Lachlan McDonald
3   Patrick Maye
4   Hudson Rowley
   
div 4 H2    
1   Gordon Marcks
2   Peter Trovas
3   Colin Williamson
4   Johnny Tselikas
   
Div 4 H3    
1   Caitlin Williamson
2   Georgia O'Callaghan
3   Jamie O'Callaghan
4   Georgia Bonora
   
Div 4 H4    
1   Andy Verdon
2   Andrew Stevenson
3   Morgan Ho
4   Alexander Munoz
   
Div 4 H5   
1   Nigel Apps
2   Tom Stilwell
3   David Dang
4   Phil Stilwell
   
Div 3 H1   
1   Michael West
2   Francisco Allaiza
3   Ricardo Ruiz de Gamboa
4   James Bush
   
Div 3 H2   
1   Kristen Twomey
2   Lily Strafford
3   Mia Wallace
4  Hannah Sanderson

   
Div 3 H3   
1   Claudia Marcks
2   Tess Wallace
3   Sarah Cliff
4   Keira Will
   
Div 3 H4   
1   Jamie Och
2   Rob Hall
3   Jeff Morris
4   Trevor Smith
   
Div 3 H5   
1   Vasili Zygouris
2   Kai Goltoman
3   Isaac Silva
4   Aaron Rowan
   
Div 2 H1   
1   Tirian McManus
2   Ben Anderson
3   Dominic Kennedy
4   Mack Apps-Tulip
   
Div 2 H2   
1   Kalinda Robinson
2   Jules Gali
3   David Ludenia
4   Jonah Hammer
   
Div 2 H3   
1   Hayden Smith
2   Rodrigo Notaro
3   David Browne*
4   Scott Mills
   
Div 2 H4   
1   Nick Smith
2   Geoff Wilson
3   Ian Grant
4   Mark Ron
   
Div 1 H1   
1   Devraj Grewal
2   Rohan Haydon-Smith
3   James Schneider
4   Jordan Lewis
   
Div 1 H2   
1   Jonathan Och
2   Shaun MacWilliams
3   Christopher McInnes
4   Alex Chubb
   
Div 1 H3   
1   Dylan Eather
2   Kurt Eather
3   Jarrah Anderson
4   John Trovas
   
   
ROUND 4   
Point a lap    
Div 5    Name
1   Gordon Cornish 3pts
2   Blair Chandler 2pts
3   Bailey Macdonald 1pt
4      bunch
   
Div 4  H1   
1   Nigel Apps 5pts
2   David Dang 3pts
3+4 bunch
   
Div 4 H2   
1   Tom Stilwell  4pts
2   Gordon Marcks 3pts
3   Morgan Ho 1pt
4   bunch
   
Div 3 H1   
1   Kai Goltoman 3pts
2   Tess Wallace 3pts
3   Keira Will 1pt
4   Claudia Marcks  1pt
   
Div 3 H2   
1   Rob Hall    3pts
2   Michael West    3pts
3   Francisco Allaiza   2 pts
4   John Caley   1pt
   
Div 2   
1   Ben Anderson   5pts
2   Geoff Wilson  4 pts
3   Tirian McManus  2pts
4   Dominic Kennedy  1pt
   
Div 1   
1   Kurt Eather     9pts
2   Daniel Barber  2pts
3   John Trovas    2pts
4   Jordan Lewis   2pts
   
   
ROUND 5   
Combine    
Quick Group   
1   Tom Stilwell
2   Eddie Marks
3   Caitlin Williamson
4   Gordon Marcks
   
Fast Group   
1   Trevor Smith
2   Sarah Cliff
3   Kai Goltoman
4   Isaac Silva
   
Faster group   
1   Nick Smith
2   Jonah Hammer
3   David Ludenia
4   Dominic Kennedy
   
Fastest   
1   Daniel Barber
2   Jack Bennett
3   Kurt Eather
4   Jordan Lewis

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