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« on: September 03, 2019, 11:19:01 PM »


News and Information
For Week 11
Friday, September  6th   , 2019


RAW TRACK
2019  

first race 7:30pm
This week’s Races
•   Round 1   Warm up Scratch
• Round 2  Keirin
• Round 3  KUSTOM KEIRIN final
•   Round 4 Miss’N’Out Points-Race    
•   Round 5 Combines  +
Note: Point scoring rounds are in Blue.

Explain these races
Keirin- 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 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


Miss'N'Out Pointscore- - This is a standard Miss'N'out however the derny (motorbike) follows the bunch at 100m. As the riders are eliminated they drop back to the derny and continue till all riders are behind the Derny. The Derny sets a controlled pace for 2 laps than pulls off to leave a Kierin style finish.  
Scoring in the Miss'N'Out phase, each rider receives the corresponding points to the position they are eliminated i.e. first out =1point 5th out= 5 points etc. The winner of the Miss'N'out receives his/her corresponding points plus a bonus of 1 point.  
The Kierin phase is scored as 8, 5, 3 and 2 (if bunch is greater than 9 riders) and 5, 3 ,2 and 1. (for bunches of 8 or less)  
The winner of the race is the rider with the most points.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCv3pUbyllk&feature=channel  




Included in tonight's Program will be The "KUSTOM KEIRIN" final

•   VIE13 are not only the Klub Challenge sponsor they are also sponsoring a KUSTOM KEIRIN Series.
•   Round 2's Keirins will contribute to the TWE points series, however they will also be a qualifier for the KUSTOM KEIRIN finals.
•   The top 4-6 riders from each grade will qualify for Round 3 KUSTOM KEIRIN final.
•   Round 3 will not carry points but will have prizes for the winner.

EXAMPLE of qualifiers when your grade has:
•   2 heats = Top 3 of each heat qualify
•   3 heats = Top 2 of each heat qualify
•   4+ heat = winner only qualifies
 

VIE13 KUSTOM KLEARENCE
•   This Week @ RAW VIE13 will be clearing out some older stock
•   Including skinsuits!
•   Expect to find XS, S and maybe some M sizes
•   Be very quick to visit the VIE13 pop up store for any other sizes.
•   Kids I would be telling mum and dad to bring some Kash.  
 

Point Score info
 

Last week’s top scorers

 
•   Div 1 Wesley Ho   + Tirian McManus    26points  
•   Div 2  Isaac Silva    22 points
•   Div 3  Thomas O'Callaghan      30 points  
•   Div 4 Jonathon Bonora + Makenzie Scott    30points  
•   Div 5 Grace Chandler   16 points  



series
•   Div 1 Tirian McManus    165 points  
•   Div 2 Isaac Silva    150 points
•   Div 3 Mick West 149 points    
•   Div 4 Andy Verdon    171 points  
•   Div 5 Lauren Chandler    119 points  



VIE13 Klub Challenge


1   Dulwich Hill   2020
2   ATTA-nsw    2000
3   St George    1619
4   Lidcombe   1355
5   Vikings    682
6   Peloton Sports    636
7   Randwick    475
8   Bankstown    474
9   Canberra    458
10   Southern X   418
11   Parramatta    413




Final night of the club Challenge
At the conclusion of this Friday, the points will be finalised for the VIE13 Klub Challenge ride off.
It should be ATTA-nsw v's DHBC for 1st
And LACC V’s StGCC for 3rd  (8 riders)

Each club will ride off in an Italian Pursuit consisting of 10 riders, consisting of a structure:
•   Female
•   Female +40 or U17
•   U17
•   U19
•   +35 or U19
•   +45 or U15
•   The remaining can be of any category.

In the interest of RACE. Trading of categories can be negotiated
Whilst it is planned that the minor premiers have the upper hand, the selected categories have to be somewhat amicable




Grade point scores are frozen (for series contenders)
• sign on = 10 points
• In round 2 and 4:  1st=10pts, 2nd =6pts, 3rd =4pts and 4th =2pts

TWE series points are double (for last two weeks)
• By this I mean that the Division you are in now on the point score will be the one you will earn points for the rest of the season, even if you change divisions.

BANKSTOWN Wattbike Challenge
• You may have seen the Wattbikes out last week
• This week at RAW we are going to have a challnage with a prize Smiley



Lizanne's Last Race in the Maple Leaf
This Friday @ RAW we ride the “VIE13 KUSTON KEIRINS”. This will be Lizanne Fox’s last ride as Canadian National Keirin Champion. To celebrate her year with the Maple Leaf we are having a post RAW gathering in the conference room. Although it is far from my favourite beverage, we will have Japanese “KIRIN” beer for all to toast the 2018 Canadian Keirin Champion. I will also try and arrange some poutine!




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