Tuesday, June 20
Friday, April 21
The DCC 10 mile Time Trial Series is run on course T103, from 26th April to 9th August, with a 6:45pm start. Note that the 3rd May event will be held at Croft Circuit, and there will be no events on the 5th and 19th July.
Entry fee is £3.00 on the day. Meet at the North end of Raby Lane at the Tee junction with the B1263, about 2 miles west of the main A167 Northallerton/Croft road, directly north of East Cowton. The route is from here to Scorton and return. For further information contact Geoff Watson on 01325 358 431.
The series includes the Club Handicap, which in 2016 was won be Colin Chandler who pipped Brian Lambert into runner-up spot.
The rules for the Wednesday Club 10 Series Handicap are as follows:
Use the last recorded time on the Scorton course as the first base time. If no previous recorded time then use the first time as base and 2nd time eligible to start scoring points.
The first ride time is deducted from the second and the rider who has improved the most or gone back the least is given maximum points.
The maximum points depends on the number of DCC entries, i.e, 5 riders = 5 points or 10 riders = 10 points. The rider who beats his previous time, by the most seconds gets the most points. 2nd rider, 2nd points. etc. down to 1 point for least improved. If nobody beats their previous time, The rider who has lost the least amount of seconds, of his previous time wins the points and so on
At the next race the base time is always from the most recent previous ride i.e. the base time is always the last ride on the Scorton course from the 10 series.
6 best points to count, in the event of a tie 7th best points to be decider, if still tied 8th etc. etc. If can’t be split on this method, age to decide; with oldest rider winning between the tied racers.
Only the club 10 series to count, no open races to count.
The rider with the most points at the end of the season is the winner.