2007 Jack Pine / Pine Cone Enduro Results

Fred T

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Thanks, I do recall that JP 2006 was 126 riders though.
 

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Pine Cone attendance does not include the X or the P riders... just the riders who were scored. We had less than 10 X riders, but around 70 P riders.
 

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My bad... I thought X / P were interchangable terms meaning anyone who just rode the event without getting scored.

P = Parent (not scored)
X = Any other rider who is not scored

???
 
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p = with another person being scored (helper)

x = just riding either by themselves or with other x's

helps keep track of who should be with who and where! :whoa:
 
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I thought it would have helped to have the "P" and the minute that the parent was riding with, as the parents number. Sometimes I couldn't tell if I was riding between two riders that should be together. Maybe next year?
 
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good point btwerp, I will bring that up. I do know that we probably will be going back to #s like this (101,201,301) as our checkers dislike the (1A,1B,1C) also will speed up scoring a little bit to.
 

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YAMAHUNT said:
good point btwerp, I will bring that up. I do know that we probably will be going back to #s like this (101,201,301) as our checkers dislike the (1A,1B,1C) also will speed up scoring a little bit to.
No big deal either way, but I kinda like letters so the row number is more obvious. I worked a check at MM doing backup sheet with numbers+letters and didn't have any problem.
 
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No big deal either way, but I kinda like letters so the row number is more obvious. I worked a check at MM doing backup sheet with numbers+letters and didn't have any problem.

Well as I was checking some score sheets against the back-up sheets, I noticed that the were at least 3 checks that had comments wrote on the side of the sheet...."LETTERS $uck....GO BACK TO ALL NUMBERS". We had always done numbers and thought we would try letters. We will see. Majority rules in our club. I think its whatever you get used to.
 

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Bill, we turned my moms score card in as soon as we could (just before trophy presentation) and was told that it would be fixed for points. she probably will not be riding any more this year, but she would like to get the points she earned. my mom wanted me to ask you if you could find it and fix it.

TJ
 

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YAMAHUNT said:
Well as I was checking some score sheets against the back-up sheets, I noticed that the were at least 3 checks that had comments wrote on the side of the sheet...."LETTERS $uck....GO BACK TO ALL NUMBERS". We had always done numbers and thought we would try letters. We will see. Majority rules in our club. I think its whatever you get used to.
I did not have any issues with the letters in either of my checks this weekend. Majority rules or loudest voice? :p
 

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From a scoring perspective using a 10-key, it is easier / faster to bang out all numbers versus alphanumeric..... x 395 score cards.
 

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TJC510 said:
Bill, we turned my moms score card in as soon as we could (just before trophy presentation) and was told that it would be fixed for points. she probably will not be riding any more this year, but she would like to get the points she earned. my mom wanted me to ask you if you could find it and fix it.TJ
I don't have any of the score cards. If you have the rider copy, send it to me, otherwise check with Yamahunt to see if he can dig it up.