We are seeing the emerence of the front runners in 4 of the 6 classifications. Naturally, the best of six and best of twelve (The Dirty Dozen) classifications don’t ‘kick-in’ until later (as they are currently exactly the same as GC). However, whilst the Ladies League is based on each rider’s best six results, we do like to keep the current position on show as there is no repetition elsewhere.
Rasio Racing are currently the dominant team, both top of the Teams Classification and with three of the top four riders in GC. But we expect strong challenges from NoPinz3R and Moon Riders across the series and just look at Glasgow United flying high as ever!
The top og the GC is an all star cast of online racing legends, but remember that if any of the top guys miss a race, they risk forfeiting the title. This is why we created the Dirty Dozen Classification, to cover anyone missing just one race. For the rest of the GC standings please use the link below.
The Ladies League is particularly fascinating. Only the best six results count and the winning woman in each race is awarded 100 points. Consequently, it is conceivable that two riders could both end up with 600 points. If so, the tiebreaker will be the total points scored, such that the rider who has done the most races is likely to win. We mention this because the Series Five Champion, Ellen Lockett, cannot ride at the moment due to surgery, so will be looking for points when she returns. But meanwhile the wins are being desputed between Judith Newton and Caroline Reuter who look a very close match and may be one of the best rivalries of the series … we shall see.
Their respective teams, West London and RIAK currently lead the Ladies League Teams Competition.
NEXT UP WEDNESDAY 9th NOVEMBER AT 7.30 UK TIME:
West London VR goes flat out on the flat next. Sign up for Race 6.3 now, it’s the classic WEB Race (Windsor-Eton-Bray) with a Virtual Strava KOM and a Michelin Tyred Fat Duck Fly By … Wednesday 9th November at 7.30pm on RGT
This race is a blast, literally, it is a great course in real life, but brings out some great times for everyone on the virtual course. It actually has a Strava KOM, which is by accident, but it is there as a virtual KOM from another platform (Grid to Grid). It also goes past a couple of nice Michelin Starred Restaurants in Bray including the Infamous Fat Duck … Do’t dine, be online, lookin’ fine at 7.30pm UK Time on Wednesday 9th November (on the RGT platform)
Dorney Common Grid to Grid Strava KOM (we previously used this course on 11 May 22 and 19 Jan 22)