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Classes picked for next year's first 4 meetings are;
  1. Carrera 1/24
  2. Hornby 60's LeMans/Sports/GT
  3. 70's Rally
  4. Ninco Classic
  5. Hornby NASCAR
  6. SCX Rally

Dates are

6th & 20th January
3rd & 17th February
 

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Happy Christmas to all - sorry to miss the last two meetings but was a bit worried about the weather (I even prepared some cars for last Thursday but, much as I like coming down, didn't want to run the risk of spending the night in Liphook). Also without the gas turbine it can be a bit nippy, and with it, well there's something of an oxygen shortage, so it's either death from hypothermia or hypoxia!

See you all in the New Year

Best regards

Sandy
 

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I'm on the way back up again, so will be there!
 

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First picking night of 2011 last night and the classes for the meetings on;

3rd, 17th & 31st March
14th April

Are as follows;
  1. Group C (Any make)
  2. Fly modern prototypes (LeMans or Daytona)
  3. Fly GT (Any era)
  4. 4wd rally (Any make)
  5. Ninco GT (Modern era)
  6. Revell Pre '65 TT (Current Revell models only)
 

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Discussion Starter · #89 ·
That was your second choice, Sandy.
 

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Bit confused as I remember being asked whether it was an open class - implied that it mattered! I hope you're not going to be bringing these new MSC jobbies or I'm going to be massacred (more than normal). Withdraw that - given that last night's last class was the 2nd lowest possible score for me, please bring MSCs and give me an excuse!
 

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I asked you if it was any make - don't remember asking if it was open class.

I always default to "standard, unless otherwise noted".
 

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I was mistaken about the Cooper King Cobra being a development of the Bruce MacLaren Cooper Oldsmobile. The King Cobra was based on the Cooper Monaco sports car, but the Cooper Oldsmobile was a rebuilt Cooper T53 F1 car.

What that means is that the only cars eligible for the Revell TT class are as follows:
Shelby Daytona Cobra coupe
Jaguar E-type
Porsche 550
Ferrari 250 GTO LM.

Standard spec cars only please!
 

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Discussion Starter · #93 ·
The Grand Sport Corvette and Porsche 904 were both pre '65.
 

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Aaah Ok!
 

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I've been persuaded to open up the Fly Prototype class to include Hornby cars. I thought we had run the class before, but it turns out that may have been at Bolwextric, so there are people without cars.

So class 2 is now Fly & Hornby modern prototypes. Only standard cars, no GTs or funny tyres. Basically if I see a Hornby car winning, I'll be very suspicious and might have to get the scrutineer's hat out of the back of the cupboard
 

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There are club cars for the Revell class.

Joest is fine for Fly prototypes and the Lola is eligible but not so fine.
 

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Discussion Starter · #100 ·
Yes, the last one for the time being.

  1. Hornby 90s BTCC
  2. SCX Modern GT
  3. 60's Rally
  4. 1/24
  5. 70's Italian Classics
  6. SCX WRC 4wd Rally

Dates are;

28th April
12th and 26th May
9th June

I've got a voting slip for you for the new system. Deadline for handing it in is not till 12th May, so plenty of time to consider your top ten classes - barring any you have already successfully picked this year.
 
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