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ff1 update: canada

Just in time before the European Grand Prix tomorrow, here are the results from Canada. Chris Illingworth still holds his position at the top of the table (can you guess how his team is made up?), with most movement in the bottom half of the table.

Let’s see what tomorrow brings.

1 Chris Illingworth Four Wheels 936
2 John Rhodes The Pheasant’s Revolt 861
3 Simon Rodden Last Minute 820
4 ↑ 1 Andy Moore Mooresport 796
5 ↓ 1 Josh Rodden Creme Egg 783
6 Gaynor Bingham No Hope 772
7 Ruth Moore Moore’s Movers 763
8 Tracy Forster Penelope Pitstop 749
9 ↑ 1 Jackie Moore Shiny Happy Speedy 739
10 ↓ 1 Lynne Rodden The Gherkins 733
11 ↑ 2 Andy Showell-Rogers Eat My Dust 726
12 ↑ 3 Al Briggs Alabama GP 710
13 ↓ 2 Dave Coyle Aotearoa GP 705
14 ↓ 3 Scott Boyes Scott Racing 699
14 Oscar Leitheiser F1 Circus Clowns 699
16 Ron Jones Win Or Bust 610
17 Peter Jones No Driver Aids 592
18 David Holland Green2Cheques 479

Edinburgh 2010.

Edinburgh 2010 (a missions conference celebrating the centenary of the World Missionary Conference) has now ended, and this morning I came across a really helpful review of the event written by Allen Yeh, a missiologist who specializes in Latin America and China.

The mood of the conference:
Dana Robert, the opening speaker, said that today the world is 1/3 Christian, the same as it was 100 years ago. But the difference is, back then they complained that the world was only 1/3 Christian. Today, we rejoice that the world is 1/3 Christian!

The review is well-written and very balanced, pointing out both the highlights and some of the problems, and is well worth a read. You can find the full post here: Four Conferences on Four Continents: Edinburgh 2010 (Epilogue)

ff1 update: turkey

Here are the latest standings in the FF1 league following the race in Turkey, with Gaynor Bingham and Jackie Moore sharing the spoils for best improvement.

So, was the Red Bull collision Vettel’s fault, or Webber’s? Would you have given Vettel a hug when he reached the pit wall, or would you be handing him his P45?

1 Chris Illingworth Four Wheels 814
2 ↑ 3 John Rhodes The Pheasant’s Revolt 741
3 ↓ 1 Simon Rodden Last Minute 734
4 ↓ 1 Josh Rodden Creme Egg 711
5 ↓ 1 Andy Moore Mooresport 693
6 ↑ 4 Gaynor Bingham No Hope 671
7 ↓ 1 Ruth Moore Moore’s Movers 665
8 ↑ 1 Tracy Forster Penelope Pitstop 655
9 ↓ 2 Lynne Rodden The Gherkins 651
10 ↑ 4 Jackie Moore Shiny Happy Speedy 642
11 ↓ 4 Scott Boyes Scott Racing 639
11 Dave Coyle Aotearoa GP 639
13 ↓ 1 Andy Showell-Rogers Eat My Dust 636
14 ↓ 1 Oscar Leitheiser F1 Circus Clowns 610
15 Al Briggs Alabama GP 608
16 Ron Jones Win Or Bust 540
17 ↓ 1 Peter Jones No Driver Aids 536
18 David Holland Green2Cheques 455