Racer Upgrades for 2002
Each weekend, racers whose average handicaps have dropped out of the minimum for their class are listed here. They are upgraded, after official approval at the following MACC meeting. The list here shows the handicap (HC), the minimum HC for the old class, and the new class for the racer. Congratulations!
Separate handicaps are calculated for slalom and giant slalom. Your class is determined by the lowest of the two. The handicap limits for each class are shown below the lists of upgrades. If you're on the list Congratulations!
Upgrades At Season's End
Racer Type Bib Club HC Old Min New Jeff Enterkin GS 68 SW 74.60 D1M 75 CM David Kaznecki GS 125 SN 33.35 AM 35 E2M Nick Koltoniak GS 93 TO 42.84 BM 45 AM Rob Reader GS 56 SD 34.53 AM 35 E2M
Upgrades After Race 9
Racer Type Bib Club HC Old Min New Jim Geisling GS 167 TR 43.68 VBM 45 AM Barbara Hunter GS 57 TO 87.55 DW 90 CW Sondra Lehman GS 181 SC 74.26 CW 75 BW Terry Voight GS 225 SC 83.97 DW 90 CW David Wilberding GS 179 TR 44.77 VBM 45 AM
Upgrades After Race 7
Racer Type Bib Club HC Old Min New Al Bacon GS 102 PH 44.83 VBM 45 AM Greg Glasco GS 269 SD 44.44 VBM 45 AM Mike Goatley* GS 69 SW 72.6 D2M 90 CM Ken Mclaughlin GS 67 SW 41.33 BM 45 AM John Salyers GS 72 SW 40.66 VBM 45 AM Michael Ulczynski GS 19 FT 24.81 E2M 25 E1M
Upgrades After Race 4
Racer Type Bib Club HC Old Min New Tim Mcbride GS 97 JD 43.43 BM 45 AM Ken Robinette SL 284 SN 57.93 CM 60 BM Ken Robinette GS 284 SN 57.47 CM 60 BM
Upgrades After Race 2
Racer Type Bib Club HC Old Min New Diane Clark GS 208 SW 72.51 CW 75 BW Jack Cook GS 271 SN 44.01 SVBM 45 AM Tom Fuhrman GS 83 JD 34.23 AM 35 E2M Veronica Jackson GS 260 JD 70.53 CW 75 BW Eric Klaban GS 112 FT 25.64 AM 35 E2M Thomas Klaban SL 111 FT 33.61 AM 35 VE2M Mike Linebaugh GS 169 GM 43.73 SVBM 45 AM Marc j Michon SL 258 FT 53.36 CM 60 BM Marc j Michon GS 258 FT 50.40 CM 60 BM Daniel Packer GS 264 PH 20.92 E2M 25 E1M Daniel Packer SL 264 PH 18.86 E2M 25 E1M Jim Wierenga GS 134 SD 21.20 AM 35 E2M
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A handicap system is used to place MACC racers in appropriate ability classes, and to determine when racers should upgrade or downgrade to different classes.
The handicaps are determined largely by past histories of most of the racers competing on a course. Pacesetters provide quality control, and influence the handicaps of racers who are much faster or much slower than the average racer for the course.
Calculating and Reporting Handicaps
Handicaps are computed for all race times. However, the handicaps shown in the results on a race day are subject to adjusment and are not considered "final" until after the first MACC meeting that follows the race.
Handicaps are calculated using different equations for the first and second run, in order to compensate for differing course conditions. Therefore, identical times on the first and second runs can result in different handicaps.