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Old 04-15-2011
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A good way to find out how well your present handicapping system is working is to run one of the races (usually at the end of the series) as a Pursuit (stern-chaser) race. If your handicapping is close to correct, everyone "should" - barring major incidents - finish within minutes of each other..
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