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« on: September 15, 2015, 01:01:46 PM »


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Week 14 Friday, Sept 18,  2015

RAW TRACK
Final Night
2015

first race 7:00pm  5 minutes earlier than normal

This week’s Races
•   Round 1   Warm up Scratch
•   Round 2  The Rite 1.5km Wheel-race
•   Round 3 Kierin
•   Round 4  Point’a’lap  (no points on first 3 laps)    

•   Round 5 DHBC v STGCC for Hillbrick champions  
•   Round 6 Combines + BS canteen Time Blaster record 8:20 (Ben Harvey 2013) for $300

Note: Point scoring rounds are in Blue.
 
In divisions 4 to 1 the top 6 or 7 will face off in the Kierin (pending numbers). The top riders heat will be the last heat of each division.


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 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


Point'a'Lap- The race is run similar to a point score-however each lap is a sprint for first place only and worth one point. The overall winner is the rider with the most points.
In most grades riders will have 3 laps of non-point scoring followed by 10 laps of point'a'lap
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Feature Race: The Rite 1.5km Wheel-Race

•   The top two only from each grades scratch race (div1 to div 5) will qualify.
•   Div1 =0m   Div 2 = 70m   div 3 = 120m div 4 = 180m  div 5 = 240m  

With a million other bike companies out there to choose from, why in the world would someone choose to buy a Ritte?!?
The easy answer is choose Ritte because you passionately feel that you simply can't go on without one in your life. Choose it because looking at our bikes makes you feel funny; makes you weak in the knees and filled with lust for an inanimate object. Choose Ritte because you want something different that sets you apart from the pack; something that says you're an individual.




Fast track Presentation to follow in the foyer.

Final night fees
Race entry $25........ Jnr and Unemployed $15
what do I get for the extra $5?

•   Red Bull from 6:30 - 7:00pm
•   Pizza 120 ordered.
•   Refreshments Grin provided at presentation  (read Beer)
•   Prizes


 "Bring It"
No don't!...... I'll "Bring It"

 
Point Score info
 

Last week’s top scorers

 
 
•   Div 1 Jordon Lewis  and Jackson Lawson 26 points  
•   Div 2 Darren Cash 24 points
•   Div 3 Zac St Vincent 26  points  
•   Div 4 Frank Arraiza   26 points  
•   Div 5 Ruth Strap 30 points  

 
series

•   Div 1 Nick Edwards 209 points  
•   Div 2 James Orton 230 points
•   Div 3 Ian Grant 209 points  
•   Div 4 Frank Arraiza 232 points  
•   Div 5 Makenzie Scott 208 points  



Teams/Clubs Challenge


1   Dulwich Hill   3786
2   St George    2115
3   Lidcombe   1439
4   Hunter Districts    1366
5   Penrith   1143
6   Bicisport    822
7   Central Coast   802
8   SUVelo   702
9   Parramatta   689
10   Bankstown    683


V's  

Grade point scores are frozen (for series contenders)
• 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.
• So if you move from Div 4 to Div 3 this week your name will remain in the Div 4 point score.




“Would you like to race with or against a Legend on the track? This year we are going to include a Legends race off in the iconic Clarence Street Cup track carnival on Sat Nov 7 and we are calling for nominations. Brad McGee will captain an all-star and Team Pursuit team against a team captained by Steve Wooldridge
 
If you would like to be considered for the captains picks please indicate your interest right here on this Facebook page below.
https://www.facebook.com/CyclingNSW
The CSC will feature the 34th running of the wheel race”



Cicili Spirto is Ben Kamenjas (div 5)
Cicili Spirto have thrown a couple of cool T's for the end of series prize pool
Check em out: Bicycle Tailor. A unique one man bicycle workshop specializing in service/repairs, custom bike builds, hand built wheels, restorations & consultation.
https://www.facebook.com/CicliSpirito


Special Announcements (Final Night)

Final Presentation @ the Kiosk
•   The presentation will take place at the Kiosk on the spectator level of the DGV.
•   I have already ordered a heap of Pizzas
•   I have some beverages (beer) and limited soft drinks
•   Please join me in what should be a great night


Music Video

•   Each year I stretch my skills and produce a music video of the action of the season.
•   In the past this has been a highlight of the final night


Helpers
From time to time I need some helpers
This is one of those times, see me at sign on if you can help out.


Bakalar Beer  




•   For the final night of RAW I have a Return sponsor in Bakalar Beer .
•   It has been a lifelong dream to be sponsored by a brewery so I guess I can tick one thing off the bucket list.
•   Details will be made known at the velodrome on Friday.
•   Responsible service of Alcohol rule will strictly apply.



     RAW TRACK 2015 ….Bring It!
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