The Ring Summer Criterium Series heads back to Gnangara for round five this Sunday.
Stephen Hall is leading men’s A grade with 56 points, but Craig Wiggins has moved to second place and is only behind by seven points following his win in Bunbury.
Tim Sellar and Aron Barclay are tied for third on 40 points, while Scott Sunderland rounds out the top five on 38 points after only two races.
Emily Mascaro has shot to the lead in women’s A grade with 66 points.
With Jessica Allen preparing to race abroad (currently second place on 58 points) Natalie Britz is the next best placed on 56 points while last week’s winner Rebecca Mackey is on 40 points.
Women’s A grade will see the return of Corrie Fillmore and Michelle Duffield this weekend, giving the grade a new dimension with different riders.
Danica Wiggins has not lost a race (maximum 88 points for the series) and is easily ahead of women’s B with a 32-point lead over Claudia Dohr.
It is a similar story for her sister Emily in women’s C (88 points), with Isabelle Commons 18 points behind.
The up and coming youngsters head men’s B with Joshua Commons leading the race on 59 points, James Derrick second on 48 and Jay Lindorff third on 40.
Ivan Vella is on top of men’s C grade on 61 points with Saxon Adams six points behind and Luke Alsford third (54 points).
Calum Milne has hit the front in men’s D grade on 66 points with a two point lead over Paul Malatzky while Brian Johnson is third a further six points behind and Shane French a further two points behind Johnson.
Jasmine Quick is on top of women’s D grade with 40 points, which gives her a lead of four points over Harriet Newson. Debbie Bertolatti is in third on 34 points.
Hayden Ivins is leading E grade on 78 points, which is 12 points clear of Jordan Williams.
Rusty Wisewould is on top of the under 13s with 84 points, with Keegan Drink second on 60 points and Samuel Castle third.
For the full list of results and final standings, click HERE
For the breakdown of the points, click HERE