The Ring Summer Criterium Series heads to its first Super Crit for the series in Wellard this weekend.

This race will see 1.5x points on offer with the winner of each grade to receive 30 points.

Craig Wiggins will be hoping to make the most of the extra points as he has jumped into the lead of men’s A grade.

Wiggins has two wins already in the series and is one point ahead of Stephen Hall and five ahead of Scott Sunderland.

Sunderland has only raced three times this series, but has two wins and a second place.

A-grade men will also see the return of Sam Davis to racing.

The former member of the Avanti Racing Team and member of the Hawthorn Cycling Club is returning to racing after a short break.

Natalie Britz is only four points behind young star Emily Mascaro after her win on the weekend in women’s A grade.

Rebecca Mackey is also in good form, but will have to make up 22 points on Mascaro.

James Derrick and Joshua Commons are the clear leaders in men’s B grade.

Derrick is three points ahead of Commons rider with Eddy Hollands and Jay Lindorff more than 20 points back.

Emily Wiggins is now 50 points ahead of the Dharlia Haines in women’s B grade as she has not lost a race.

There will be a hot battle for second with Haines, Claudia Dohr and Catherine Zanudin all within 10 points.

Luke Alsford is leading men’s C grade with Matthew Connan and Ivan Vella both within nine points. This grade has been tight all season and Connan gaining some points after not scoring in Bunbury.

Emily Wiggins has also not lost a race this season like her sister, but she does face strong competition from Isabella Commons, who is 20 points behind.

Kirsten Simpson is in third but is more than 50 points behind the leader.

Paul Malatzky has a 10-point lead over Brian Johnson in men’s D grade after his win on the weekend.

Calum Milne has dropped back to third and is 12 points behind after finishing eighth on the weekend.

Jasmyn Quick’s win on the weekend not only netted her a Cycliq Fly6, but it has also hurried up the leaderboard and has a buffer on women’s C.

The fast-finishing Quick has an eight point lead over Debbie Bertolatti while Harriet Newson will have to find some rapid points for her to swiftly move up the leaderboard as she is 26 points behind.

Hayden Ivins has a four point lead over Jordan Williams in mixed E-grade.

Ryley Collett is a further eight points behind.

Rusty Wisewould now has a 30 point lead over Keegan Dring in the under 13 race after his dominant win on the weekend .

Rachel yeo David is the best place female in that grade in sixth place.