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Author Topic: Week 5 (ladies Night) 26 July 2019  (Read 6053 times)
Posts: leet

If it isn’t fixed its broken

« on: July 23, 2019, 06:08:29 AM »

News and Information
For Week 5
Friday, July 26 2019


first race 7:30pm

Female entry fee $5
•   Thanks to CNSW and the Women’s commission along with RAW track each have contributed financially to support a subsidised entry fee

thanks to :


This week’s Races
•   Round 1   Warm up Scratch + Womens A ,B and C Grade (numbers pending)
•   Round 2   Skingrowsback 1.5km Wheel-Race
•   Round 3  Win’n’Out    
•   Round 4  DIv 5 Scratch +  Madi Leads + MADISON    

•   Round 5 Combines  
Note: Point scoring rounds are in Blue.

Feature Race
The Skingrowsback 1.5km Wheel Race 

•   This week’s feature race will be The Skingrowsback 1.5km wheel-race in Round 2
•   All female entrants are eligible to ride this wheel-race
•   Pending numbers, if we have more than 20 female riders we will run two X 1.5km wheel-races if we have 20 or less there will be one Wheel-Race over 2km
•   Handicaps: will be allocated on the night

Tonight’s women’s Wheel-Race is brought to you by Skingrowsback
    Skingrowsback website:


Explain these races
Win’N’ Out This is the opposite of a Miss’N’Out race. After a designated number of laps a whistle is blown for the first sprint. The winner of the first sprint is deemed the winner of the race and allowed to carefully withdraw from the race. Each proceeding lap sprint will produce the consecutive places from 2nd to 4th. Tip if you go for a sprint make sure you win it.

Madilead- The pace in this race is set by a Madison team (see Madison). The bunch follows the Madison team for ??laps until, with 5 laps remaining the Madison leaders take off leaving the bunch to sought out the winner in scratch race style finish. The Idea of this race is to allow the lower grades to experience following a Madison change (which is a key skill in learning to ride a madison). The pace of this race can often change with the experienced leaders putting in a few hard attacks to stir up the bunch.

Madison- A high speed, two person continuous  race relay.  Think of tag team wrestling meets track cycling - while one partner is racing the other is resting at the top of the track. This race is named after Madison Square Garden in New York where the event was first held. Two man teams contest the event. which is typically an endurance event. Only one rider from each team is allowed in the race at a given time, meaning that teams must take it in turn each lap (or more) to have a rider in the race. Changeovers are quite dangerous, but impressive to watch when done well - one rider circles around waiting for his teammate, who joins hands and imparts his momentum to the slower rider. At FNWTR we usually ride this on a scratch race format reference


Last week’s top scorers

•   Div 1 Shane Dirks and Daniel Googe 20  points  
•   Div 2  Mick Smith    20 points
•   Div 3  Paul Kennedy and Vasili Zygouris   20 points  
•   Div 4 Jake Abromavic    20 points  
•   Div 5 Will Baigent  and Lara Perry   20 points  

•   Div 1 Daniel Googe    65 points  
•   Div 2 Tirian McManus    70 points
•   Div 3 Mick West    69 points    
•   Div 4 Tom Stilwell    70 points  
•   Div 5 Christian Martinez + Will Baigent   63 points  

VIE13 Teams/Clubs Challenge

1   ATTA-nsw    935
2   St George    829
3   Dulwich Hill   789
4   Lidcombe   563
5   Vikings    423
6   Canberra    403
7   Illawarra   338
8   Randwick    317
9   Peloton Sports    311
10   Central Coast   306
11   Southern X   256
12   Penrith   244
13   Dubbo   236
14   Bathurst   191
15   Bankstown    177
16   Parramatta    172
17   Manly    169
18   Hunter Dist.    130
19   Southern Highlands    111
20   Sydney    100
21   North Sydney    85
22   Bicisport    84
23   Port Macquarie   78
24   Rapha    75
25   Sutherland   70
26   No club written    57
27   Orange    53
27   steam racing    53
29   Waratah Masters    50
30   Nowra    46
31   Park-Life    41
32   Camden   38
33   SUVELO   32
33   Marconi   32
35   All other Clubs    0

Going up a grade
It is time for the 10 Point Rule to be activated.
  •   Promoted riders will take points with them but will not exceed 10pts below leader of grade. This rule will be activated on Friday 26th July @ 7:30pm.

People whom I think should read above carefully!
•   Will Baijent
•   Christian Mantinez
•   Jake Abromavic
•   Tom Stilwell
•   Gordon Marcks
•   Mick Smith
•   Tirian McManus  (maybe)

RAW TRACK 2019 ….Bring It!  

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