Lollipop is multi-colored marble who competes in the Marble Rally. They are from the African city of Bewaring, the "candy capital" of the world.[1]

History

2017

Lollipop debuted in Sand Marble Rally 2017 and qualified for that year's competition. They began the season well, with a second place finish in Race 2 which put them into first overall. Lollipop weakened as the competition progressed and finished in 10th overall, assisted by the double points in the season finale.

2018

Lollipop again qualified for the Sand Marble Rally 2018 but had another mediocre season, finishing 13th overall with no podiums.

2019

In 2019, Lollipop failed to qualify for Marble Rally 2019 after missing out by half a second to Silver Bolt. They did perform well in the Marble Rally 2019 Showdown however, placing second twice in a row and being first with one race to go, only to fall to third after a 7th place finish, their lowest of the competition. Still they auto-qualified for the Marble Rally 2020.

2020

Lollipop qualified for Marble Rally 2020. After the cancellation of the Qualifiers, Lollipop was invited to take part in the competition. They got a good start by finishing 4th in the first race, but they quickly collapsed by getting a DNF, a 12th place finish and an 8th place finish in the next three races. But in the 5th race Lollipop was able to overtake Red Number 3 near the end of the race and took their first career win, which made Lollipop jumped to 4th in the standings.

Marble Rally results

Season 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Pos Points
2017 R1
8
R2
2
R3
12
R4
4
R5
DNF
R6
7
R7
7
R8
15
R9
9
R10
DNF
R11
18
R12
15
F
4
10th 92
2018 R1
10
R2
7
R3
14
R4
7
R5
8
R6
12
R7
19
R8
4
13th 51
2020 R1
4
R2
DNF
R3
12
R4
8
R5
1
R6
3
4th* 58*

* - Season is still in progress  - Double points

Showdown

Season 1 2 3 4 Pos Points
2019
Showdown
B1
6
B2
2
B3
2
B4
7
3rd 35

Trivia

  • In Lollipop's first race, the 2017 Sand Marble Rally qualifiers, Lollipop was spelt as "Lollypop".
  • Lollipop had an appearance in the Marble League as a hidden marble.

References

  1. Stynth (13th September 2020). Who’s Tearing Up the Sand in 2020? – Part 2. Marble Sports.
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