Astley & Tyldesley Go-Ride Racing Grand Prix

Cycle Speedway , Manchester – Tuesday, 05 Aug 2014

Event Details

Event URN:

335305

Start Date:

Tue, 5th Aug 2014

Event Type:

Cycle Speedway (Competitive)

Venue:

Astley & Tyldesley Miners Welfare Club, Meanley Road, Astley, Tyldesley, Manchester, Lancashire, M29 7DW
Youth Clubs, Cycling Clubs, Talent Team - occasional
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Info for Riders

Sign on time 6.30pm. Start time just after signing on.


The Races

Date Start Race name Classification Band Rider Cat Race length
5/08/14 18:30 Various Go-Ride Races Go-Ride Racing --- N/A ---

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Race Various Go-Ride Races
Date Start Classification Rider Cat
Tue 05/08/14 18:30 Go-Ride Racing N/A
Entry: On Day: (£2.00)
Race Various Go-Ride Races
Tue 05/08/14 - 18:30
Classification: Go-Ride Racing
Rider Cat: N/A
Entry: On Day: (£2.00)

Round up of the Astley & Tyldesley Go-Ride Grand Prix

Posted 19/08/2014 - Michael Hack

Astley & Tyldesley hosted the 4th and final round of this year's Astley & Tyldesley Go-Ride Grand Prix series. Despite missing plenty of riders away on holiday, there was still a good turn-out of 14 riders on the night.

Laura Snell rode terrifically well to win all her four races, to win the event with a 16 points maximum score. Emily Redmond and Charlie Dickinson both tied on 13 points, with Emily winning the run-off to take 2nd place on the night.

A&T Go-Ride Grand Prix Round 4 results:
Laura Snell 16, Emily Redmond 13, Charlie Dickinson 13, Ben Dickinson 12, Louie Jervis 12, Ben Hindley 12, Dylan Ingham 11, Kieran Fallon 10, Ryan Fallon 10, Jack Murray 9, Melissa Boylin 9, Denby Ashurst 8, Grace Worthington 8, Finlay Hodson 8.

Despite missing the final round, Max Quarmby had amassed enough points to take the overall series win, after scoring 47 points. Securing runner-up spot was Charlie Dickinson, who finished with a score of 46. Charlie's cousin and last year's winner, Ben Dickinson, finished with a total of 44 points to take third place overall.

See the scorechart of this year's A&T Go-Ride Grand Prix series.

The decision to switch the events from Sundays to Tuesdays this year was justified, with consistently higher turn-outs. A total of 35 riders contested this year's series, with an average turn-out of 19 riders per round. Congratulations to the winners, all participants, parents and officials for putting on a great series. Entry level cycle sport at its best!

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Provisional Results

ASTLEY & TYLDESLEY CYCLE SPEEDWAY CLUB
           
A & T GO-RIDE GRAND PRIX SERIES 2014
           
Rider Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Total
           
Max Quarmby 15 16 16   47
Charlie Dickinson 13 12 8 13 46
Ben Dickinson 10 9 13 12 44
Lucy Grantham 14 16 13   43
John White 12 13 16   41
Jamie Hill 13 11 13   37
Emily Burgess 12 13 11   36
Luke Hill 13 12 11   36
Laura Snell 10   9 16 35
Dylan Ingham   12 10 11 33
Jack Murray 7 10 7 9 33
Charlie Burgess 8 13 11   32
Joe Quarmby 8 8 12   28
Jack Littler 9 8 6   23
Dylan Paulden 12   10   22
Ben Hindley     9 12 21
Kieran Fallon     11 10 21
Melissa Boylin   12   9 21
Ryan Fallon     11 10 21
Alex Semtyshin 11 8     19
Denby Ashurst     9 8 17
Frank White   5 12   17
Emily Redmond     2 13 15
Louie Jervis       12 12
Amelia Sharples     11   11
Daisy Osmand  11       11
Callum Shaw     10   10
Jonah Clare     10   10
Ethan Grimshaw   9     9
Finlay Hodson       8 8
Grace Worthington       8 8
Kayleigh O'Neill     8   8
William Sharples     8   8
Kyi Sinclair 7       7
Finn Boland     4   4
           
Total No. Riders 17 17 27 14 75

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