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CLUB COSTABLANCA SLOT RACING (Alicante) announces the 2nd resistance of 6 hours of digital slot by teams

Sunday March 6, 2022

6 hours Costablanca 2022

Oxigen digital system from Slot.it
Race Control system: RCSO2

CLUB COSTABLANCA SLOT RACING

C / Shooting Star,
ALICANTE
SPAIN

REGISTRATION: 30 EUROS PER TEAM
FIRMWARE:
Chip B: 2.13
Chip B1: 3.01
Chip B2: 3.16a
C1 chip: 3.16a
SCP1: 3.04
SCP2: 3.04
SCP3: 3.16c
AMP: XXX

REGISTERED TEAMS:
1- Bombay ST
2- Slot Yecla
3- Pop Tim Digit
4- Máquina Voladora
5- RacingTones
6-
7-
8-​

The teams marked in bold have already formalized their attendance by paying the registration.
The prescription does not guarantee a place in the test. To secure a place, the registration of 30 euros / team must be paid by making a bank transfer by contacting the organization of the event. In the beneficiary you must put 6h Digital Costablanca 2022 and in the concept on behalf of the team.
 

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SPORTS REGULATION SLOT DIGITAL OXIGEN

0.- RACE
0.1.- 6-hour resistance, with Slot.it's digital Oxigen system.
0.1.- The race lasts for 6 real hours, regardless of any technical or human problem that may exist. It is a resistance whose objective is to reach the 6 hour race. The race will end at the appointed time, having or not completing the 6 hours.

1.- EQUIPMENT
1.0.- Maximum of 8 officially registered teams. The possibility of a Wild Card is reserved.
1.1.- The teams will be made up of 2, 3 or 4 drivers, who will race in the GT-Pro Digital category.
1.2.- Each team will choose its captain who will be the one who will represent them before the Organization both at the time of verifications and control of the race and for any question that the Organization requires from the team.
1.3.- Each pilot relay will be 30 minutes. Failure to comply with this established period of time will lead to a stop and go for the team.
1.3.1.- In teams of FOUR riders, the same rider has to run 90 minutes. Breaking this rule will be penalized with the subtraction of 50 laps at the end of the race.
1.3.2.- In the teams of THREE pilots, the same pilot has to run for 120 minutes. Breaking this rule will be penalized with the subtraction of 50 laps at the end of the race.
1.3.3.- In teams with TWO drivers, the same driver has to run for 180 minutes. Breaking this rule will be penalized with the subtraction of 50 laps at the end of the race.
1.4.- The pilots will be placed on the piloting platform in the positions as dictated by the organization.
1.5.- In each pilot position, there will be a connection of bananas to power the controller, although it is allowed to power it with batteries.
1.6.- The first pilot of each team to start the race will present himself to the signature control and from there, each outgoing pilot, including the first pilot who starts the test, must go to sign the time control, only the first pilot signs in the entrance, the rest of the pilots will only have to sign at their exit. Failure to comply with this rule will entail penalties that can range from a stop and go, to the subtraction of 50 laps for exceeding the control time established in point 1.3.
1.7.- To change the driver, it will only and exclusively be done by entering the car into the pits, this incoming driver being released from the commissioner function, since the incoming driver cannot be exercising this function and the outgoing driver, before joining as commissioner, has to pass the time control of signatures.
1.7.1- In the teams of two pilots, the relay will be carried out, firstly the commissioner position being covered by the pilot who comes down from the platform and later the one who acted as commissioner will rise to the piloting position.

1.8.- The team that leaves the position of commissioner, even if only for a moment, will be penalized with a stop and go. In case of repeatedly breaching this obligation, the management may decide more serious sanctions.

2.- FREE TRAININGS, VERIFICATIONS AND CLASSIFICATION-POLE
2.1.- At 09:00 hours free practice will begin.
2.2.- Between 10:45 am and 11:30 am, each team will be called to deliver the tires and check the cars, leaving them in the parc fermé.
2.5.- At 11:30 am, once all the cars have been verified, the 10-minute pole will begin. The position of the pilots on the platform for pole position will be done by courtesy or best time in free practice.
2.6.- At 11:50 am, the cars will be placed on the starting grid for the times obtained in qualifying and, likewise, each team will choose the location in the driver zone and category with which to start the race, according to the order obtained .

3.- RACE 6 hours.
3.1.- The race will start at 12:00 hours.
3.2.- It will end at 6:00 p.m.
3.3.- It is the authority of the organization to vary these schedules.
3.4.- Any car repair should only be done by entering the pits. The car cannot be removed from the track in an area other than the pits, unless it suffers a serious mishap and its arrival in the pits is impossible. In this case, it will always be necessary to notify the Race Director of this circumstance.
3.5.- Tires. The organization will have 1 pair of tires for each team, having to mount them when the verification passes.
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4.- RACING RULES
4.1.- Any participant on the track must comply with the sports regulations. Not knowing about it does not exempt from breaching it and may lead to this attitude depending on its severity, in the possible disqualification of the test.

4.2.- Any indiscretion against the established norms will be sanctioned, which will be determined by the race organization based on its severity.

4.3.- False start at the start of the race will be penalized with a Stop & go, this penalty will be marked by the computer system automatically.

4.4.- When driving on the track with a slower car, it is the responsibility of the faster car to change lanes and overtake. Bent cars should make it easier to pass and stay in your current lane until the fastest car has passed. Failure to comply with this section can lead to a penalty for the bent car, consisting of a Stop & go.

4.4.1.- The intentional blocking by a car bent to the faster car will suppose a sanction, consisting of a stop & go to the disqualification of the event, depending on the severity of the action.


4.4.2.- It is allowed to change lanes twice per lap, to block a car fighting for position on the same lap.

4.5.- It is to be expected the contact of the cars that run in the same lane. Intentional or excessive contact is not allowed. Sanctions will be issued in the following circumstances:

4.5.1.- Intentional or excessive contact with another car, depending on the severity of the action, it may lead from a Stop & Go to the disqualification itself.

4.5.2.- Moving another car out of the lane will be penalized with a Stop & go. If this action is repeated and intentional, it may lead to disqualification from the event.

4.5.3.- Intentionally stopping on the circuit, depending on the seriousness of the event, it may be sanctioned from a Stop & go to disqualification, since this action can cause serious damage to the cars of the other participants.

4.5.4.- Taking an opponent off the track when changing lanes or exiting the pits will be penalized with a Stop & go, whether voluntarily or involuntarily.

4.5.5.- It will never be punishable when you take out a car that has changed lanes in front of you.

4.5.6.- ****ing in a curve is difficult to control, although we will try to avoid it by fairplay, but the expulsion by hit in this type of actions will not be counted as punishable.

4.6.- Entering the pits colliding with another car inside the pits entails the following:

4.6.1.- If you do not take the other car out of the lane, there is no penalty.

4.6.2.- If you take it out of the lane, a Stop & go.

4.6.3.- If you break any part of the car after which the car has to stop for repair, a Stop & go.

4.6.4.- If you do not take the car off the track, but throw it out of the pit area, putting the safety of the other cars at risk or causing another accident, a Stop & go.

4.7.- Any participant in the event can report illegal contact.

4.8.- Cars may be required to stop for care in the following circumstances:

4.8.1.- Any functional or mechanical part of the car has been completely detached from the car.

4.8.2.- When the wing or a spoiler breaks and detaches completely from the bodywork, it must enter the pits in the next 3 laps for repair. Not respecting this section will lead to a slot & with the remaining laps in your final count, depending on the type of race.

4.8.3.- The required number of headlights / taillights does not work, in the event that the technical regulations require them.

4.8.4.- A car is causing a hazard that can damage the track or other cars on the track.

4.9.- If any session is carried out in safety car conditions, the following restrictions may apply:

4.9.1.- The circuit voltage may be limited by the stroke control.

4.9.2.- Lane change may be disabled.

4.9.3.- It is possible that the pit lane cannot be accessed with the safety car on the track.

4.9.4.- Cars can be 'forced' to circulate in specific lanes by race control

4.10.- If any session is paused (with a red flag), the following restrictions apply:

4.10.1.- Cars must not be taken off the track, they must remain where they have stopped.

4.10.2.- Any car in the pit lane at the time of the red flag must stop the action it is taking until the session is resumed.

4.10.3.- The cockpit can only be abandoned under the control of the race direction.

4.11.- During the conditions of Parc Ferme, the cars can only be manipulated under the supervision of the race management.

4.12.- Slow or poorly functioning cars must move to the slow lane (or the lane closest to the pit) and enter the pits as soon as possible. Race control must be notified that there is a slow car on the track so that other drivers can be warned.

5.- CONTROLS
5.1.- Only valid SCP 1.0 / 1.1 / 2.0 / 3.0 for the Oxigen system.
5.2.- The Live Timing Box accessory from Slot.it is allowed.
5.3.- It is allowed to power the remote control by batteries. 2

6.- END OF RACE
6.1.- End of career. Once the race time has elapsed, all the cars finish the race and must go through the finish line.
6.2.- The team that has given the most laps of the circuit with the two categories will be the winner, even if it is off the track due to any
circumstance and cannot end up passing through the finish line, except in case of exclusion.

6.3.- The cars cannot be removed until the Organization gives permission since they will have the power to check those cars again.

7. CUSTOMERS
7.1.- The Stewards will be supervised by the Race Direction and will be made up of Riders from the participating teams. Resigning his role as Commissioner automatically leads to the disqualification of the team.
7.2.- Any unsportsmanlike behavior as a Driver or as a Commissioner may disqualify him and his team, as well as refuse to be or not correctly perform his function due to negligence. Depending on its severity, Race Direction will penalize the team with the loss of X laps, of one place in the general classification or disqualification from the race.
7.3.- Any car that is stopped on the track due to a breakdown, will be handed over by a commissioner to a member of the team, so that he or she can carry out the pertinent repair. Once the repair is finished, it will be delivered to the same commissary position where the incident occurred, so that it can be placed in the place closest to where it was stopped, never behind the finish line or in the pits.
7.4.- A Commissioner in charge will be placed exclusively in the pits.
7.5.- The positions of the commissioners will be the same for each team throughout the event, being assigned by the organization of the event.
7.6.- The organization of the event, as well as, race management is exempt from the function of commissioner.

8. GENERAL PROVISIONS

In the event of any doubt, ambiguity, or situation not foreseen by the regulations, the judgment of the organization shall prevail.
 

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TECHNICAL REGULATIONS GT-Pro
SLOT DIGITAL OXIGEN



one . SUPPORTED MODELS

The following 1:32 scale car models can participate:

ARROW SLOT: Saleen S7R.
BLACK ARROW: Aston Martin DBR9, Ferrari GT3 and Lamborghini Murcielago.
MORPHEUS: Ford GT 3D.
MRSLOTCAR: McLaren F1.
NINCO: Mosler MT900, Audi R8, Megane, Ascari, FordGT and Mercedes SLS
NSR: Mercedes AMG, Mosler MT900, BMW Z4, Aston Martin GT3, Audi R8, Porsche 997 and Corvette C6R / C7R
POLICAR: Ferrari F40
SCALEAUTO: Mercedes SLS, Mercedes AMG GT3, Honda HSV, Porsche 991 RSR, SRT Viper GTS-R, Corvette C7R, Spiker C8, Pagani Zonda, Audi R8 LMS GT3 and BMW Z4
SIDEWAYS: Lamborghini Huracan GT3, BMW M6 GT3 and Ford GTE / GT3
SLOT.IT: Ferrari F40, Nissan 390, McLaren F1, Porsche 911 GT1, Maserati GT3 / GT4, Nissan Skyline GT-R / GT3
SPEEDLIGHT / REPROTEC: Nissan 390
SPIRIT: Peugeot 306 Silhouette

2. CONTROLS

Only valid Slot.it SCP 1.0 / 1.1 / 2.0 / 3.0 controls for Oxigen system.
to. The connection will be made using the 2 connecting bananas or commercial connectors manufactured by slot brands.
b. Controls or electronic components that modify the voltage supplied by the power supply are not allowed.
c. The commands may be verified at any time by the Race Directorate.

3. APPROVED MATERIAL

The supported brands are:

Arrow Slot, Black Arrow, Cartrix, Ninco, Fly, Reprotec, Slot.it, MRRC, Scaleauto, Spirit, NSR,
Avant Slot, Scalextric, Hobby Slot Racing, MB Slot, Racer, IBB, Superslot, MSC, DS, Sloting
Plus, PN Slot, Pla-Fit, Parma, Mitoos, Sigma, FranSpeed, J.P. Slot, Engage Models, Mas Slot,
MR Slotcar, JS and VCNLEX, 0132, Mustang, 3DSRP, Tec Time, Kat Racing, Slotsinmas, Olifer,
Sideways, Zmachine.

4. BODYWORK

Made of rigid plastic, made by the injection or 3D method with all its mandatory elements to start or stay in the race, which will be all those that the manufacturer provides as standard, although you can do without antennas, mirrors, windshield wipers and trailer hitches.

to. The cockpit or pilot tray must be original and supplied by the manufacturer. Substitution will only be allowed for lexan trays that are marketed by approved 1/32 slot brands and mentioned in the approved material section specifically for the model used.


If air intakes or grilles are included in the Cockpit, these must be cut out of the original cabin and glued to the bodywork. It is allowed in Lexan Cockpits to cut out parts that cannot be seen from the outside. The cockpit is considered part of the bodywork. The glass must be rigid plastic, the only permitted part of Lexan is the cockpit. It can only be glued with no excess glue.

b. Mandatory parts: The spoiler is essential at all times. Its gluing is allowed to prevent its loss, so that it does not damage the aesthetics of the vehicle. In case of fall, detachment or breakage, it is necessary to stop before completing the 3rd lap since its loss to place it in its position or repair it without the need for the Race Direction warning. It is not allowed to start the race with any type of adhesive tape, although it can be used once the race has started. In case of detachment or breakage, it must be returned to its original position.

c. The painting and decoration of the bodywork is mandatory, transparent or translucent bodies will not be accepted, as well as painted on the inside. Decorations with anagrams or images that violate basic standards of respect are not allowed.

d. The body cannot be replaced once the car is verified.

and. The bodies must have a minimum weight of 16 grams, it is not allowed to lighten it in any case, as well as cutting or retouching the lugs inside. If the bodywork does not give the minimum weight, this must be increased with slot material between the front pin and the cockpit, as close as possible to the cockpit.

5. CHASSIS

The one provided by the manufacturer, either as standard, as a replacement for the model or 3D, as long as they are marketed by the approved brands and for each model without any modification, except those specified in section “a” below.

to. Perimeter burrs are allowed to be removed without excess, and without this modifying the original measurements of the chassis and the bench, it is allowed to remove burrs so that the guide rotates freely, if the pinion touches the chassis in any area, it is allowed to lower that part from the chassis to allow the transmission to rotate freely.

b. The bench will be supplied by any Slot manufacturer that is specified in the approved material section and fully compatible with the chassis of the model of
series, it is possible to eliminate perimeter burrs without excesses. It will go in the position provided by the manufacturer. In benches that have side arms, these can be cut.

c. The chassis may be replaced during the race, presenting all the materials which are to be mounted on said chassis to the organization for verification. Once the car was stopped and removed from the track, the mechanic began to assemble the new chassis with the material, being obliged to place the engine that had the old chassis, being able to pass the entire bench from one chassis to another.

d. All suspensions within the approved marks in the approved material section of the Regulation are allowed, without any modification. Suspensions from different manufacturers can be combined, as long as they are compatible with each other.

and. Any stabilizing or stiffening element of the chassis may be removed from the cars fitted as standard.



6. GUIDE

Free choice among those marketed as such by slot brands specified in the approved material section and without any modification.

to. It will be housed in the location provided by the manufacturer.

b. It is allowed to lower the blade from its lower part by a maximum of one millimeter, in the same way that it is allowed to reduce the thickness of the blade to prevent it from jamming inside the rail.

c. The front part of the guide can be lowered in order to prevent it from hitting the bodywork.

d. It is allowed to cut and modify the guides that some of its parts have prepared by the manufacturer for this purpose.

7. ENGINE

The motor used in the test will be: Scaleauto Ref: SC-0011B with a performance declared by the manufacturer of 20,000 rpm at 12 V 285 gr / cm MPM: 5 gr. The position of the motor will be in Angle / Anglewinder, its manipulation being prohibited. The fixing of the engine to the chassis will be by means of screws indicated for the benches that foresee it and, failing that, with adhesive tape.

8. TIRES

Free among those marketed by slot brands specified in the approved material section without any modification.

to. The measurement of the diameter of the rims can range between 14.5 mm and 18 mm. Minimum front rim width 8 mm.

b. The tires must be the same on the same axle in design, size and material. All flat bottom rims, whether made of magnesium, aluminum, plastic or other material, must have hubcaps. If a hubcap is lost, it will be necessary to stop within 3 laps to replace it.

c. The tire tread must be completely covered by the tire.

9. TIRES

The rear tires provided by the Organization, will be of the Scaleauto brand with reference SC-4756AS25 20 × 10.5 racing slick, will be delivered 2 sets.
Regarding the front tires, they must meet the following conditions:

to. Its origin will be free within the brands specified in the approved material section without any modification.

b. It is not allowed to alter its properties by any chemical or other process except those explicitly authorized in the previous point.


c. The front tires are not required to touch on a flat template.

d. In case of breakage or loss, the tire has to be replaced.

10. AXES

Free choice among those marketed as such by slot brands specified in the approved material section without any modification. In no case may the complete axles mounted with tires protrude from the bodywork. The spacers created for this purpose by the slot manufacturers are allowed, they will always be placed next to the rim. A maximum of two stoppers is allowed to hold the shaft laterally between the two bearings. It is allowed to put a spacer between the stud (stopper) and the bearing to act as a washer, but it cannot be more than 1mm, if there is no stud, more than 1mm of spacer can be put.

11. BEARINGS

Free choice among those marketed as such by slot brands specified in the approved material section. Rolling or ball bearings are not allowed. Their location will be that foreseen by the manufacturer and they can be fixed there with adherent substances without excesses and without this implying varying the distance from the chassis to the track.

12. SPROCKETS

Free choice among those marketed as such by slot brands specified in the approved material section. They must be used according to the manufacturer's specifications. In no case is it allowed to use a pinion that involves the modification of the crown.

13. CROWNS

Free choice among those marketed as such by slot brands specified in the approved material section and without any modification.

14. CABLES AND STRIPS

Free within the slot marks specified in the approved material section and without any modification. The cables must retain their sheath and must not interfere with the free movement of the front axle. It is allowed to fix the cables to the chassis with any type of adhesive substance, but without excesses. Stripping of the cables in the guide is not allowed, only just enough to fit the cable connector into its housing in the guide is allowed.

15. SCREWS

Free choice among those marketed as such by slot brands specified in the approved material section without any modification, they can be nylon or metallic. Cutting in length on the spiral part is allowed.

16. MAGNET

All cars must remove the magnet from the chassis, if it is fitted as standard. Is left over

The magnet effect is also prohibited in all the elements that make up the car, with the exception of the effect produced by the engine.

17. BALLAST

It is not allowed to ballast the cars both on the chassis and on the body, only in the latter if necessary due to lack of weight.

18. LIGHT KIT

The use of the Light Kit will be of free choice.

to. At the front of the car, the LEDs will be placed inside the headlights, and the necessary parts for their correct location can be drilled from the rear. It is not allowed to drill the lampshades of the headlights from the front. At the rear of the car, it is allowed to drill the lampshades to secure the LEDs, but without the LED protruding more than 2mm. It is only allowed to glue the connection cables to the body, chassis or both with cyanoacrylate, without excess, prohibited any type of adhesive tape or adhesive substance other than cyanoacrylate.
b. The placement of a double front headlight is allowed, but not the rear one, authorizing only two / four in front and two behind the car, in their logical location and corresponding to the real model. It is also allowed the incorporation of the LEDs that simulate the exhaust pipes in the kits that incorporate it as standard.
c. The approved light kit is SLOT.IT REF: SISP44.
d. The front lights must be yellow (the led must be yellow, it cannot be a white led with the lampshade painted yellow). The taillights will have to be red.
and. The usable cables and LEDs are free from among those marketed by slot brands. They do not need to have their cover.
F. The location of the light kit will be free as long as it does not affect the mechanical parts or the aesthetics of the vehicle.
g. To connect and disconnect the Light Kit, it is possible to adapt a microswitch without piercing the bodywork or protruding from the plane of the body. It is allowed to install it in air inlets or other holes in the bodywork, as well as on the internal face of it, near the wheel arches, it can also be installed in the cradle as long as its operation does not interfere or affect the mechanical parts . The maximum weight of the microswitch will be 0.5 gr. In case of doubt about the weight of said switch, it will be disassembled and weighed.
h. The operation of the light kit must be correct according to the manufacturer's specifications. If they present alterations such as lack of accumulation of energy, excessive brightness or any other that separates their operation from that described by the Manufacturer, it will be necessary to repair it or in the case of not being able to repair it, it will be replaced.
19. GENERAL PROVISIONS

In the event of any doubt, ambiguity, or situation not foreseen by the regulations, the judgment of the organization shall prevail.



20. SUMMARY
CONTROLS: SCP 1.0 / 1.1 / 2.0 / 3.0 for Slot.it's Oxigen digital system.
BODIES: 1/32 rigid plastic, made by injection or 3D method. The bodies must have a minimum weight of 16 gr.

CHASSIS: The one provided by the manufacturer, either as standard, as a replacement for the model or 3D.

GUIDE: Free choice.

MOTOR: Scaleauto Ref: SC0011B with a performance declared by the manufacturer of 20,000 rpm at 12 V 285 gr / cm MPM: 5gr. The position of the motor will be Angle / Anglewinder.

TIRES: Free. The measure between 14.5 mm and 18 mm. Minimum front rim width 8 mm.

TIRES: The rear tires provided by the Organization will be of the Scaleauto brand with reference SC-4756AS25 20 × 10.5 racing slick, it will be delivered 2 sets.
AXES: Of free choice.

BEARINGS: Free choice. Rolling or ball bearings are not allowed.

PINIONS: Free choice.

CROWNS: Of free choice.

CABLES AND TRENCILLAS: Free.

SCREWS: Free choice.

MAGNET: Forbidden.

BALLAST: Not allowed.

LIGHT KIT: Its use will be of free choice. Being the SLOT.IT approved kit REF: SISP44.
 
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