The Ring Summer Criterium Series heads to Rockingham for the penultimate round of the 2017/2018 series.
With the series heading down to the wire, every point is going to count in the final two rounds with round 10, the Leederville Super Crit.
The ever-consistent Bryce Lanigan is in a strong position to take out men’s A grade.
Lanigan has not missed a beat this season and is one point ahead of Scott Sunderland, who is unlikely to race again this season.
Tim Sellar, Craig Wiggins and Stephen Hall are all less than 20 points behind Lanigan and will need to make the most of the points available.
Emily Mascaro is 13 points ahead of Natalie Britz leading into the final two rounds.
Mascaro took her first win of this series last weekend and will look to build a lead.
Joshua Commons has a three point lead in men’s B grade over James Derrick and Eddy Hollands.
Craig Denham is a further five points behind.
Danica Wiggins is more than 70 points ahead of Catherine Zanudin in Women’s B. She now cannot be beaten in the series with 50 points up for grabs.
Sarah Burrows and Dharlia Haines will both look to challenge Zanudin for second place.
Matthew Connan has shot out to a 36-point lead in men’s C grade over Luke Alsford and Saxon Adams.
Results will need to go the way of the other riders in order for Connan to be beaten.
Emily Wiggins has been dominant this season but Isabella Commons has been right behind her.
Commons is 27 points behind Wiggins, with Kirsten Simpson in third, but 70 points behind the leader.
Calum Milne has opened up a 13-point advantage on Paul Malatzky in Men’s D.
The ever consistent Brian Johnson is also in the mix sitting 18 points off third.
Jasmyn Quick holds a 27-point advantage over Debbie Bertolatti in women’s D grade.
Sam Bolton is almost 60 points behind in third place and is in a good position to keep third.
Ryley Collett has moved into first place by six points over Hayden Ivins with Jordan Williams seven points behind in Mixed E.
It looks like this race will go down to the wire with all the riders trading places throughout the season.
Rusty Wisewould is continuing to dominate in the under 13s with a 43-point advantage over Samuel Castle in the under 13s.
Castle is a further 14 points ahead of Keegan Dring in third place.