Thursday, March 24, 2011

DDV Report

Apparently, Donna wasn't too thrilled with her recent acquisition of the lanterne rouge. She took care of that yesterday by winning the vicarious version of the Dwars door Vlaanderen and rocketing eight spots up the overall standings. With 605 points yesterday she now has a nice cushion of over 500 points between her and last place. Randy also helped to change the look of the bottom part of the standings. He finished second with 470 points, more than doubling his previous point total and also resulting in a big move up the standings. He now sits one spot ahead of Donna. Patrick (not to be confused with Paddy) claimed the final podium spot with a 385 point day. He moves into the top 10 and now sits in eigth place overall.

While the bottom end of the standings received a fairly significant makeover, the top of the standings has a new look as well. Most significantly, King Andy has reclaimed the lead from Olli. He is 65 points ahead. Dan remains in third place. But he has narrowed the gap to a much less dauting margin of 340 points. Also of note is the fact that Val has moved into the top five. The First Family of Vicarious Racing is making a bit of a statement. They now hold onto three of the top five spots.

And the lanterne rouge now belongs to Steve.

Full results and overall standings here.

1 comment:

CycleChick said...

My directeur sportif is so fired.