ff1 update: monaco
After confirmation of Mr Schumacher’s penalty for his final-lap overtaking manoeuvre, here are the results for the FF1 league post-Monaco; and what a fascinating race it was!
It looks like there’s some friendly family-rivalry underway, with Simon Rodden’s jump up the table being followed by Josh and Lynne in hot pursuit!
|1||–||Chris Illingworth||Four Wheels||701|
|2||↑ 1||Simon Rodden||Last Minute||644|
|3||↑ 3||Josh Rodden||Creme Egg||639|
|5||–||John Rhodes||The Pheasant’s Revolt||612|
|6||↓ 4||Ruth Moore||Moore’s Movers||592|
|7||↑ 2||Scott Boyes||Scott Racing||570|
|7||↑ 3||Lynne Rodden||The Gherkins||570|
|9||↓ 1||Tracy Forster||Penelope Pitstop||569|
|10||↓ 3||Gaynor Bingham||No Hope||565|
|11||↑ 1||Dave Coyle||Aotearoa GP||560|
|12||↑ 2||Andy Showell-Rogers||Eat My Dust||548|
|13||–||Oscar Leitheiser||F1 Circus Clowns||528|
|14||↓ 3||Jackie Moore||Shiny Happy Speedy||523|
|15||–||Al Briggs||Alabama GP||495|
|16||↑ 1||Peter Jones||No Driver Aids||465|
|16||–||Ron Jones||Win Or Bust||465|
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