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Supervets Racing! Mal collects the field for the win & fastest time! 2nd Poor Cecilia caught on Larcombes Road by Mr. Woohoo! 3rd Carl “Coach” Judd Thanks to all the volunteers that made it happen! Many hands make light work. 🚴🏼‍♀️🚴‍♂️😊GSCC Supervets Racing 23/11/2022Well, after being woken up by my dog this morning, she obviously knew that it wasn't raining.Nice and blue skies for the walk and that's how it stayed for most of the race. Briefing was at 9:45am then off for a warm up. The course was back to our original course, One right and then nine lefts after that until we hit the finish line. 10:00am start, seeing the limit guy of Ken Fuller, 22 minutes solo, then Cecilia, Juddy, Ian Summer and Murry Riggs off 16 minutes, Richard Buckwell, Terry Collie, Tommy Gray off 12 minutes and the 10 minute group off Malcolm Cole, David Philips and Lew Targett.The sun was still out at this time and the 7 minute bunch of Robert Masters, Gordon Spargo and Paul Bubbs took off. The 5 minute bunch of Jim, Tina and Tony Peach were next then 3 minutes saw Les, David and Graeme Walker, good to see Graeme back after his accident quite a few months ago, nice work Graeme. Lastly 2 minutes with Bill Dempsey riding solo, then Mal Kimpton 1 minute behind off scratch.By the time I took off, the wind had reeled its head from the West 15 - 20 knots maybe a touch more, well it felt like it going up Misery Lane anyhow. One lap down and I had caught Bill which I had planned to work with to catch the next bunch. Sadly he told me he was done! So off I go, head down to chase the next bunch which I couldn't see until I got around to Grey's Road for the 2nd time, where the long straight helped after gaining a glimpse of some rear lights up ahead.Going down Hendy Main and entering Misery Lane, I could see some groups ahead and it looked like they were working well together taking up most of the half lane of the road due to the stiff Westerly.Getting the bell for the last lap with some encouragement from Laurie yelling out "You have them in your sites Mal!", while going up Forest for the last time, I managed to catch a few that had dropped off and I could see 2 big bunches in front of me.Down Gray's for the last time, I caught up with Paul Bubbs and said to him "Jump on Paul and we'll try to catch them.". After about 400m, he told me to go! So again, head down and onto the chase.Reaching the club rooms on the Chicane intersection, I passed Richard, Tony and Dave who had dropped off the bunch which allowed me to join the main bunch which incorporated 7 riders. After a quick breather, I had to make a move and was lucky enough that no one was able to hang on.Then riding up Misery Lane by myself, I could see Juddy and Cecilia up ahead. When I passed Juddy it felt like De Ja Vu occurred, as I passed him in a similar spot last week, leaving Cecilia ahead on Larcombes Road who I eventually passed within 500m from the finish line.Congratulations Cecilia coming in a close 2nd and Juddy 3rd. 4th was Les, Jim coming in 5th, Tina 6th, Tony Peach 7th, Gordon Spargo 8th, Mal Cole 9th and Graeme Walker 10th.I would also like to thank the Commissaire and the Marshalls for all their hard work throughout the race and for not giving me a red flag.Race Report by Mal Kimpton ... See MoreSee Less
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GSCC Age Group Championships. Well done to everyone who braved the windy conditions. Only a few rain drops were had. Thanks to the Robbo & commissaire Paul Bubb and all the marshals for making this event possible. A very special mention to our super motos Dave & Phil for keeping us safe. Championships medals will be presented at our last race of the season; our John Windsor Christmas handicap on 11 Dec. See race list for details. Great group photos of all the place getters.Correction to the Race List Below: MAS10+ 1st Richard Buckwell ... See MoreSee Less
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