CRCA Series Standings Update

With the next race in the CRCA Club Series looming this weekend we have a quick update on all of the Club's hotly contested competitions. And don't forget, the Series leaders will now wear the prestigious yellow and blue leaders jersey!

Full standings are always available here: Results & Standings while the rules for the various competitions are available here: Jim Boyd & Team Cup. And if you want to participate in any of these competitions make sure to Join CRCA!

Jim Boyd Cup

In the Men's Jim Boyd Cup Stalin Quiterio (24 points), who won the first Club Series race and took second at Grant's Tomb Criterium, holds a slight lead over Scott Savory (20 points) who took home the win and the State Championship at the Grant's Tomb Criterium. Savory's teammate Allan Rego is sitting in third at 10 points.

For the Women's Jim Boyd Cup Caryl Gale (20 points) led the CRCA finishers at Grant's Tomb Criterium which puts her in the leaders jersey followed by Stephanie Thompson (17 points). Lisa Vandivort (14 points) is in third on the basis of her result at the Grant's Tomb Criterium. 

Team Cup

In the Men's Team Cup Jamison Capital-Cannondale (35 points) is riding success at Grant's Tomb Criterium to an early lead while Dave Jordan Racing (24 points) and NYCC (18 points) are in the chase but with a big gap to close if they want to take the lead at this weekend's Club Series race.

In the Women's Team Cup Caryl Gale's strong performance at Grant's puts Breakaway (20 points) in the lead in a tie with Rockstar Games (20 points). CityMD Racing (19 points) follows closely behind after scoring at both of the first two Team Cup eligible races of the year. 

B-Field CompetitionS

In the new B-Field Series Leader competition Connor Delanbanque (30 points) is out to a fast start with wins at both the opening CRCA Series weekend and at the Grant's Tomb Criterium. Jonathan Trevett (21 points) and Henning Schober (10 points) are in second and third place, respectively. 

For the always competitive B-Field Team Competition Good Guys Racing (30 points) is out to an impressive start with those two early wins, followed closely behind by Team Patch (23 points) and NYCC (16 points).