Of course you will get different values for the ratings but I thought that the ranking ie best to worse would be the same Assuming you are just changing the Std Time.
Hi, I have a time of 71.55 from the racing post just after the times were put up.A quick word of warning for anybody that compiles their own speed figures - the time for the first race at Chelmsford last night was initially given as a hand timed 68.33 secs but has since been changed to 72.00 secs - I timed it at 72.39 secs using the ATR video as I knew something was up!!
Hi, I have a time of 71.55 from the racing post just after the times were put up.
I have just check the sporting life and there's is as you say above.
Just wondering how long you have been doing your own speed figures for and if you specialize in any particular type of race??
Between 2003-2005 I used to run a speed figure website for the all weather based on Nick Mordin's method of calculating.
In thosed days it was mainly on the fibresand but as polytrack became more popular I got less interested as I used to find you often got slow run races that ended with a 2f sprint - Lingfield was especially bad for this!!
Oh and I use Excel for all my stuff but I was wondering what is this mpro program you are using??
Thanks in advance!!
Do you have a standard time for 7f or is it too soon..
Sorry Mike I did not see the 7f time on your latest you sent me, I altered all the others on a special ratings.Using my new set standard times for Chelmsford's super quick surface, I settled on 82.2s for the 7f chute start.
5.0f - 57.1s
6.0f - 69.3s
7.0f - 82.2s
8.0f - 95.0s
9.0f - 108.3s
10.0f - 121.5s
13.3f - 164.4s
14.0f - 173.6s
16.0f - 200.0s
You can always check the standard times list, I am always calculating something on
a daily basis.
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