Paignton GP Final this weekend

The English Riviera is beckoning…

Notice of Race here and racing guidelines are here

Series Results so far have Rashley on top and it looks like he can’t be beaten…

Name Total num events
sailed
Chris Rashley 200 3
Jason Russell 198 3
Michael Lennon 176 3
Simon Payne 167 2
Tom Offer 162 3
Jason Belben 155 2
James Phare 151 3
Alex Adams 135 2
Gareth Davies 125 3
Ricky Tagg 121 2
Oliver Vidal 121 2
Doug Pybus 118 2
Phil Oligario 108 4
Mike Cooke 106 3
Martin Fear 103 2
Tim Ollerenshaw 100 2
Richard Westbury 99 3
Ben Paton 80 2
Simon Reynolds 68 2
Peter Barton 64 1
Richard Lovering 62 3
Sam Tozer 57 2
Tim Penfold 51 1
Cam Stewart 45 1
Mark Dell 43 1
Jon Peats 40 1
Rod Harris 39 1
Thomas Lambert 37 1
Alan Watson 35 1
Jamie Reid 32 1
Alex Koukourakis 31 1
Leigh Albrecht 26 1
David Edwards 26 1
Graham Simmonds 24 1
Darren McNamara 21 1
Adam Kitchen 21 1
David Culver 21 1
Matt Ponsford 21 1
Andrea Biagioni 21 1
Andrew Paterson 13 1
Helen Rollinson 10 1
Simon Hindley 10 1
Leo Carswell 7 1

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