World Rankings Table
Summary
Qualifying Events | Rankings History

The current table includes results from the Schoolfrenz Rally 2010. 

Stars for David Bell, Alan Crabtree, Peter Robertson and Glynn Hayward who have appeared in the rankings since they began in March 1998 (*)

Rank Prev
Rank
Name Points   Rank Prev
Rank
Name Points
1 (2) Iain Tullie 12   33 (30) Peter Harbord 135
2 (1) Gavin Rogers 16   34 (31) Brian McEneany 135
3 (3) David Bell* 23   35 (-) Keith Cunningham 140
4 (9) Chris Bean 23   36 (33) Shane Glynn 142
5 (5) Robert Owen 29   37 (21) Peter Smith 143
6 (4) Steve Barber 34   38 (35) Richard Lomax 151
7 (6) Francis Tindall 38   39 (34) Catherine Buck 153
8 (-) Mike Biss 38   40 (37) Mick Wicks 158
9 (-) Anthony Davies 39   41 (36) Clive Hodgson 159
10 42 Nigel Parish     42 (39) Ron Bateman 167
11 (8) Gillian Goodlass 49   43 (-) Henry Carr 172
12 (14) Phillip King 51   44 (48) Jasmine Congreve 175
13 (7) Peter Robertson* 54   45 (40) Rob Lunn 179
14 (11) Steve Turnbull 58   46 (41) Brian Johnson 183
15 (16) Alan Crabtree* 67   47 (42) Mark Aspinwall 183
16 (19) Geoff Masterman 68   48 (46) Arwel Jones 192
17 (12) Chris Towers 69   49 (47) Kevin Nugent 192
18 (13) Phillip Robbins 70   50 (43) Pip Secker 195
19 (15) Glynn Hayward* 74   51 (50) Martin Dewey 204
20 (18) Ian Canavan 81   52 (45) Alan Whitney 210
21 (17) David Killeen 85   53 (49) Dave Keetley 211
22 (20) Tim Hassall 86   54 (52) Gill Sweetman 214
23 (-) Alex Hoult 97   55 (53) Sally Blake 217
24 (22) Alan Large 97   56 (51) Peter Booth 219
25 (26) Peter Davies 98   57 (54) Jonathan Forrest 225
26 (23) Mike Burrows 101   58 (55) Warren Chmura 236
27 (29) Richard Laking 109   59 (56) Brian Ambler 237
28 (24) Martin Moore 121   60 (57) Sasha Heriot 265
29 (28) Tim Hare 131   61 (60) Fred Gallagher 265
30 (32) Mark Dunkerley 132   62 (58) Alastair Tullie 265
31 (27) David Smoley 133   63 (59) George Cowling 265
32 (25) Dee Rampling Lee 134          

Previous statistics are now stored as Excel spreadsheets.

A complete history of the results from all qualifying events is available via the file:
TT-World_Rankings_Qualifying_Events.xls (left click to view - browser dependent; right click to download)

A complete history of the progression of World Rankings is available via the file:
TT-World_Rankings_Progression.xls (left click to view - browser dependent; right click to download)


"World" Rankings?, well yes. There are no other equivalent statistics available, so until there is an official organisation to dispute them, why not? 

The World Rankings list is based upon the most recent four finishing performances within the last eight National TT postal and Internet events. Ranking points are obtained by adding together the finishing positions, the least the better.