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  1. TOP 20 at 12/7 (after Skegness - end of Grading Period 4) 1. 515 Frankie Wainman Jnr - 620pts 2. 16 Mat Newson - 530 3. 1 Tom Harris - 465 4. 212 Danny Wainman - 418 5. 217 Lee Fairhurst - 384 6. 445 Nigel Green - 382 7. 4 Dan Johnson - 307 8. 55 Craig Finnikin - 251 9. 464 Luke Davidson - 234 10. 259 Paul Hines - 232 11. 2 Paul Harrison - 206 12. 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr - 201 ------------------------------------------------ 13. 220 Will Hunter - 201 14. 25 Brad Harrison - 189 15. 197 Ryan Harrison - 150 16. 166 Bobby Griffin - 149 17. 150 Mick Sworder - 144 18. 175 Karl Hawkins - 131 19. 37 Chris Cowley - 131 20. 518 Stuart Shevill Jnr - 124 Selected others: 21. 335 Mark Woodhull - 120 22. 422 Ben Riley - 119 24. 21 Mark Gilbank - 111 25. 346 Ashley England - 104 27. 11 Neil Scriven - 87 28. 169 Billy Johnson - 81 33. 183 Steve Whittle - 71 40. 45 Nigel Harrhy - 58 42. 211 Phoebe Wainman - 53 47. 5 Charlie Sworder - 44 54. 20 Liam Gilbank - 41 61. 526 Finn Sargent - 32 62. 53 John Lund - 32 78. 345 Jake Harrhy - 21 85. 24 Mark Adkins - 16 87. 137 Sam Jacklin - 14 90. 495 Richard Howarth - 11
  2. I'll be doing virtual Semi Finals and a virtual Shootout aswell. The last WCQR would have been Lochgelly, so both Semi Final grids have been completed - 515 finished top and I imagine him picking Skegness over Sheffield 10 times out of 10. #1 will be on pole at Sheffield. The grids will be released on 15th July. There are 4 meetings remaining before the Shootout Cut Off - the top 8 are in, so there are 4 places left up for grabs: (Shootout will comprise off 4 shale and 4 tar rounds due to Birmingham being removed and lack of data for Bristol) 9. 259 Paul Hines - 217 10. 464 Luke Davidson - 194 11. 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr - 191 12. 220 Will Hunter - 186 13. 2 Paul Harrison - 177 14. 25 Brad Harrison - 175 15. 150 Mick Sworder - 139 16. 166 Bobby Griffin - 139
  3. Basically, the total amount of points a driver has scored at a certain track since the beginning of 2016 is then divided by the amount of meetings there have been at said track in the same period to give a track average. This was the fairest way to do it as it gives a meeting average for each driver - as if all drivers attended every meeting, which is obviously unrealistic but for the purposes of a virtual season, its the only way to do it fairly. So to answer your question, it is based on previous performance. The only track that is slightly different is Northampton, as I've taken results from since it has been shale in 2018 rather than the beginning of 2016 - giving tar only drivers points for Northampton in this didn't seem to make sense. Obviously, there is no data for Knockhill or Bristol and Birmingham was removed from the calendar just before lockdown so none of those meetings are included in this. But the Belle Vue meetings are included. Some drivers are lower down the order due to only having raced a year or two - 5, 20, 346 come to mind - and other drivers aren't on there at all due to inactivity/retirement - 318 & 390 for example. There are some drivers on the list of 150 who last raced in 2018 - 207 & 408 to name two - as I couldn't make a list of 150 purely using drivers from 2019.
  4. TOP 20 at 28/6 (after Lochgelly - Final WCQR) 1. 515 Frankie Wainman Jnr - 571pts 2. 16 Mat Newson - 491 3. 1 Tom Harris - 425 4. 212 Danny Wainman - 390 5. 217 Lee Fairhurst - 339 6. 445 Nigel Green - 329 7. 4 Dan Johnson - 284 8. 55 Craig Finnikin - 243 9. 259 Paul Hines - 217 10. 464 Luke Davidson - 194 11. 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr - 191 12. 220 Will Hunter - 186 13. 2 Paul Harrison - 177 14. 25 Brad Harrison - 175 15. 150 Mick Sworder - 139 16. 166 Bobby Griffin - 139 17. 37 Chris Cowley - 123 18. 175 Karl Hawkins - 120 19. 197 Ryan Harrison - 120 20. 335 Mark Woodhull - 119
  5. Straight away, this is not affiliated with BriSCA F1 or the BSCDA - with the enormous help of Stoxnet’s own Carl Hesketh, I’ve taken averages of 150 current F1 drivers from 2016 to 2019 to predict how the 2020 season would go. If anyone follows me on Twitter, you will have seen I have been doing this since meeting #1 at King’s Lynn in March. Here is how the Top 20 currently stand below after Grading Period 3 - no data available for Knockhill (or Bristol for that matter) so these are the current standings before, what would have been, Cowdenbeath & Lochgelly this weekend. If anyone would like any other drivers current position, please contact me by PM on here to save clogging up this thread. TOP 20 (after Ipswich - end of Grading Period 3) 1. 515 Frankie Wainman Jnr - 524pts 2. 16 Mat Newson - 439 3. 212 Danny Wainman - 358 4. 1 Tom Harris - 344 5. 445 Nigel Green - 325 6. 217 Lee Fairhurst - 289 7. 4 Dan Johnson - 284 8. 55 Craig Finnikin - 243 9. 259 Paul Hines - 209 10. 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr - 167 11. 220 Will Hunter - 167 12. 2 Paul Harrison - 147 13. 464 Luke Davidson - 141 14. 166 Bobby Griffin - 139 15. 25 Brad Harrison - 133 16. 197 Ryan Harrison - 120 17. 335 Mark Woodhull - 119 18. 463 James Morris - 115 19. 175 Karl Hawkins - 108 20. 21 Mark Gilbank - 106 Selected others: 21. 37 Chris Cowley - 100 23. 150 Mick Sworder - 95 25. 169 Billy Johnson - 81 26. 346 Ashley England - 79 29. 11 Neil Scriven - 67 30. 326 Mark Sargent - 66 35. 45 Nigel Harrhy - 55 38. 211 Phoebe Wainman - 47 47. 5 Charlie Sworder - 38 52. 53 John Lund - 32 64. 526 Finn Sargent - 26 73. 345 Jake Harrhy - 21 84. 137 Sam Jacklin - 13 88. 24 Mark Adkins - 10 90. 495 Richard Howarth - 8
  6. One! Brian Shadbolt #70 190 Ben Germany & 202 Will Knight raced Saturday with Brian and 1 Superstox - not often you see them mixed in together.
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    Midlands track

    My first thought was Leicester or Perry Barr, as they are non stock car venues - Wolverhampton have a track also. Midlands could mean as far as Rockingham or Mallory Park. But it wouldn't surprise me if it was Trent.
  8. A great meeting. 212 putting 16 away to win Heat 1. 515 getting rid of everyone, regardless whether you were on the lead lap or not, to win Heat 2. Nice Consi win for 445 and boy, didn't he have some fun in the Final - piling 94, 491 & himself into T3, couldn't off lifted off at all! 166 was nibbling at #1 all meeting and finally nailed him in the Final - only for Harris to bounce out the fence, very reminiscent of 515 a couple of years ago, and drive on for 2nd. 259 drove away from #1 - a fine drive from Paul, who loves racing at a track's final meeting, winning the GN at the last Brandon. 445 was off like a rocket in the GN and #1 caught, hit & passed 515 at T3 for 2nd late on. Loved Stoke - can't believe we won't be there again, these tracks are disappearing at a terrifying rate of knots. RR 9 DOTD 445 - when he was on it, he was the fastest man out there.
  9. The 'Tribute to Stoke' is the F1 GN - being billed as this as it is the last ever race at Stoke.
  10. What more can be said - a ridiculously good meeting. How #1 won the Final, I'll never know - 217 couldn't of hit him any harder on the last bend. And what a night for Nige - a Heat win and almost a W&Y win aswell. RR 10 DOTD Bit left field, but have to give it to 217 for THAT hit. He gave it one hell of a go, where others may have left Tom to it.
  11. Taylor C

    Track records

    A 13.7 round Skeggy from Harris is some serious foot to the floor stuff, incredible.
  12. Latest newsletter states that the F1s are capped at 60 cars this weekend - understandable with how busy the weekend with be for Speak's team and the amount of different formulas that are on. 120 Casey Englestone ran in his refurbed Newson car at Swaffham Saturday just gone - in prep for this coming weekend I would assume. Also read something on Facebook of H318 Rick Lenssen coming over for the weekend - maybe Hary or Rouke could confirm this?
  13. 32 cars now, 3 additions and 1 withdrawal from the list above: 313 Karl Roberts 337 Dave Willis 463 James Morris are the additions 4 Dan Johnson has withdrawn.
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