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Old 16-08-2005, 12:34 AM   #1
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F200 Championship Standings

Current Positions after Torquay, Ramsgate & Littlehampton :
http://www.mattyorke.co.uk/upload/f200.pdf

And also an update from Rory:
http://www.mattyorke.co.uk/upload/f2001.pdf
http://www.mattyorke.co.uk/upload/f2002.pdf
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Old 16-08-2005, 01:42 AM   #2
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Good stuff.

Rory deserves a reprimand for the pop at the Ramsgate GP Organisers though - it's a quality event and it's been around for longer than F200 has.
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You've got his number - give him a call.
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Old 16-08-2005, 09:23 PM   #4
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Would just like to point out that the standings are not correct visa vie the LA result!!! Should see a dramatic change in the table. We wait with baited breath for the correct results!!!
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Old 31-08-2005, 06:53 PM   #5
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Well it's all over now - I believe Richard White won the Formula 200 Championship, I am told that Graham and I might possibly have made the top 3 although I am certain it's far to soon to start celebrating as there are the Littlehampton results to sort out before adding the Cowes results to them! If anyone has any news I'd love to hear it!
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Old 31-08-2005, 07:09 PM   #6
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Hey what about me? I not only won the National Championships, but the BIBOA club Championship and the Needles Trophy as well!
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I told you, if you ask, you don't get!
Anyway, you've only got a rib - why not ask JK?
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ONLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!









Still overtook you coming up the Solent!
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You're not listening - rib.net=ribs. boatmad=proper boats.
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Old 01-09-2005, 12:10 PM   #11
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ONLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!









Still overtook you coming up the Solent!

What took you so long - should have got past us round the back of the Island. We were not going that quick and even had a stop near St Catherines!
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Feeling a bit outnumbered here!
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It was actually some good racing at the end and a shame we did not still have the loop to do as in previous years. Would have been good with two cats and two RIBs plus Howards big cat.

Shame the shute was such a mess as well - did not make for clean racing at the end.
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Nevertheless, despite the confusion around the chute, I really enjoyed the race. Was nice to have some longer legs in flat water, plus was my first time ever around the island.
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Had a great race as well - spoke to Richard Strawford and we both agreed that no matter what the actual result we had a great round the island race for the second year running!

Edging past our 2 main competitors around the back of the island with less than 1/2 mph between us was great - I even asked Graham to duck down a bit!

The first part of the Solent was amazing as well with us all coming together at the end - as Adam said shame the shute was a mess!
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Cookee, how did the panels fit, by the way as mentioned well done on you season.
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