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National GT3 Championship 2022

Main Series Information Thread
The championship clubs have voted to keep the series rules as they were set in 2020 and the abandoned 2021 series, although we have introduced a newcomer and an old codger trophy and dropped the club championship.
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2022 Race Calendar
Round 1: Wolverhampton SCC, Sunday 20th February
Round 2: South Manchester SRC, Sunday 24th April
Round 3: Rockingham SCC, Sunday 19th June
Round 4: Molesey SC, Sunday 17th July
Round 5: Pendle Slot Racing, Sunday 11th September
Round 6: North Staffs SRC, Sunday 23rd October


Participation
No more than 44 drivers may register.
Drivers must register by round 3 which is planned to be Rockingham.
2020 registrations will be carried forward to 2022

Registration fee = £8.00 per driver for the series.
Registration fees are used to cover series costs such as championship trophies and to fund the end-of-season prize draw.

Race fee = £7.00 per round.
Race fees are kept by the hosting club.

Guest drivers are welcome. They pay the same £7 race fee but will not score championship points.

Races
Event Format:
These events are held on a Sunday, however the hosting club can arrange a Saturday practice session. Any participants who partake in practice on Saturday are not permitted to practice on the Sunday.

Sunday practice session is to be allocated to non-host club participants, with the final 2 practice times are for local use to ensure their cars are working.

The series encourages clubs to hold pre-race qualifying as this will give the best heat groups based on real lap times.

If qualification is not used, hosting clubs must use the overall championship table to decide heat groups.

Each club may choose to host one of the following race formats.

1) Distance only
Heats may be of 3, 4 or 5 minutes duration.
All heat lap totals to count.
Greatest lap total wins.

2) Heats and finals
Heats of 3 or 4 minutes duration, followed by step-up finals.
All heat lap totals to count.
One driver will step-up on four lane tracks.
One or two drivers may step up on six lane tracks (host club's preference).
Finals to be raced be over a fixed lap total.
Guest drivers will have their own final(s).

Event Trophies:
Each club will provide four trophies for their event. These to be paid for from the race fees received on the event day. The trophies are awarded to the winner of each class, and best placed newcomer and old codger (over 50 yr old (as at 1st Jan 2022))

Breakdown Etiquette:
The same car must be used throughout a race. No spare cars are allowed on track. In the event of a breakdown during racing drivers must follow one of the following two options.
1) The driver may call a 'pit assistant' to retrieve the car, take it to the pits and attempt to repair it. If the car is repaired it must be replaced on the track at the spot it was taken from.
2) If no pit assistant is available then the driver may, discretely and with due respect for his fellow racers, leave the rostrum and attempt a repair at the pits himself. If the car is repaired it must be replaced at the place it was taken from and the driver may return, discretly, to the rostrom.
The normal end-of-race 'test track and, if fault found, driver has a right to re-run' is not affected by this ruling.

Championships
NSR Championship:
Each driver's four best scores when driving an NSR car will count to their NSR Championship score.
The NSR Cup will be presented to the top scoring driver.
Trophies will also be awarded to the second and third highest scoring NSR drivers.

Scaleauto Championship:
Each driver's four best scores when driving a Scaleauto car will count to their Scaleauto Championship score.
The Scaleauto Challenge Trophy will be presented to the top scoring driver.
Trophies will also be awarded to the second and third highest scoring Scaleauto drivers.

Driver's Championship:
Trophies will be awarded to the three highest scoring drivers alongside the best placed newcomer and old codger (>50 yr old (as at 1st Jan 2022)) in the championship irrespective of the model(s) driven. Each driver's five best scores from the six rounds will count. All drivers compete together with results based on finishing order, regardless of which brand of car they are driving.

The NSR, Scaleauto and Driver's Championships will be scored:
Winner: 50 points
2nd place: 47 points
3rd place: 45 points
4th place: 42 points
5th place: 40 points
6th place: 39 points
then reducing by one point per place.

Tie breaking is a three tier system.
1st Tie break: If scores are level after the four best are counted, the driver with the highest 5th score takes precedence. If still level the highest 6th score counts.
2nd Tie break: If scores are still level after the first tie break, then 'count back highest score' will apply. Most wins, second place, etc.
3rd Tie break: If scores still level after tie break two, then the driver with the highest overall championship position will prevail.

Prize Draw
The series will provide prizes for the championship. These will be allocated in a simple prize draw open to registered drivers who have competed in at least two rounds of the series.

The draw will take place at the last round of the season.
 

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NSR Rules
Rational:
To race "out of box" with specified modifications using mainly NSR components.
Parts marked * are standard in most cases.

Eligible NSR Cars:
NSR ASV (Aston Martin Vantage); Audi R8; BMW Z4; Corvette C6R; Corvette CR7; Mercedes AMG or Porsche 997.

Body:
Must retain original interior.
Rear wing must be firmly affixed at the start of every race.
White kits must be fully painted. Clear coats may be used in addition to paint, but not as a replacement for paint.

Chassis:
Must be the NSR black plastic chassis that matches the body.
Magnet(s) must be removed.
Ballast may be added, but must be firmly fixed.
Taping, strengthening and/or laminating is not allowed.
If a drop arm was fitted originally it must be retained. It may be adjusted or fixed using the screw supplied.

Guide:
Must be NSR part nº 4841*, 4842*, 4843, 4844, 4845 or 4859.
Spacers may be used to set guide depth.

Motor Pod:
Must be as fitted to original purchase. A small amount of material may be removed from the motor cradle to help avoid stress fractures when installing a motor.

Motor:
Must be NSR part nº 3023*; 3017 or Scaleauto part nº SC0026 b.
NSR3023 = King 21 with purple wrapper, 21,400 rpm, 350 gr.
NSR3017 = King 21 with orange wrapper, 21,400 rpm, 322 gr.
Scaleauto 0026 b = Endurance, 22,000rpm, 310gr.

Pinion Gear:
Must be NSR part nº 7112, 7113*, or 7114 (7.5mmØ 12–14T brass).

Anglewinder Gear:
Must be NSR part nº 6528, 6529, 6530, 6531*, 6532, 6533 or 6534 (16.8mmØ 28–34T aluminium).

Axles:
Must be NSR part nº 4801 (49mm solid steel) or 4802 (52mm solid steel).

Bearings:
Must be standard fit as supplied with model.

Front Wheels:
Must be NSR part nº 5003* (17mmØ) or 5001 (16mmØ).
Must turn when car is placed on a set-up block and pushed down and forward.

Front Tyres:
Must be black rubber. May be varnished and/or glazed.

Rear Wheels:
Must be NSR 5004* (17mmØ air hub) or 5003 (17mmØ solid hub).

Rear Tyres:
Must be NSR black rubber. The NSR logo should be visible on both tyres. If logo has become worn or indistinct the scrutineer will adjudicate.

Wheel Inserts:
May be fitted.

General:
Overall width across rear wheels and tyres must be ≤ 64mm.
Wheels must not be visible from above when either axle is moved to its extreme left or right positions.

All other components eg Braids; Wires; Screws; Spacers; Stoppers; Glues and Lubricants are free choice.

If it is not listed above it is not allowed.

Any new models or upgraded components introduced during the year can only be used after being approved by the 2020 series' Technical Committee (Phil Filed and Nick Hirst).

The event scrutineer's decisions are final.


Scaleauto Rules

Rational:
To race "out of box" with specified modifications using mainly Scaleauto and specified third party components.

Eligible Cars:
Scaleauto Audi R8; BMW Z4; Corvette C7R; Mercedes SLS; Porsche 997, Viper GTR or Mercedes AMG.

Body:
Must retain original interior.
Rear wing must be firmly affixed at the start of every race.
White kits must be fully painted. Clear coats may be used in addition to paint, but not as a replacement for paint.

Chassis:
Must be the Scaleauto black plastic chassis that matches the body.
'Home' range chassis are not allowed.
Magnet(s) must be removed.
Ballast may be added, but must be firmly fixed.
Taping, strengthening and/or laminating is not allowed.

Guide:
Must be Scaleauto part nº 1603, 1604, 1605, 1606, 1607, 1608, 1620 or 1621.
Spacers may be used to set guide depth.

Motor Pod:
Must be Scaleauto anglewinder configuration (or inline option for Mercedes only) as fitted to RTR series models. Any offset allowed. Lateral arms must not be fitted. A small amount of material may be removed from the motor cradle to help avoid stress fractures when installing a motor.

Motor:
Must be any of the following motors that have been supplied as standard with SA GT3 models:
  • Scaleauto 0011b = long can Tech 1, 20,000 rpm, 286 gr.
  • Scaleauto 0025 = Sprinter, 21,500 rpm, 300 gr.
  • Scaleauto 0025b = Sprinter 2, 21,500 rpm, 320 gr.
  • Scaleauto 0026 b = Endurance, 22,000rpm, 310gr.

Gears (anglewinder configurations):
Pinion must be Scaleauto or Slot.it 11, 12, 13 or 14T.
Contrate must be Scaleauto or Slot.it with free choice of tooth number.

Gears (inline configuration for Mercedes only):
Pinion must be Scaleauto or Slot.it 8, 9 or 10T,
Crown must be Scalauto with free choice of tooth number.

Axles:
Must be standard Scaleauto as supplied with model.

Bearings:
Must be standard fit as supplied with model.

Front Wheels:
Must be standard Scaleauto plastic/aluminium as supplied with model or Slot.it part nº PA43als/W16508215a (16.5 x 8mm aluminium).
Must turn when car is placed on a set-up block and pushed down and forward.

Front Tyres:
Must be black rubber. May be varnished and/or glazed.

Rear Wheels:
Must be any of:
  • standard Scaleauto 17.3mmØ plastic/aluminium as supplied with model
  • MBSlot part nº 19019
  • Racer part nº SWW/GTA
  • Slot.it part nº PA62als
  • NSR part nºs 5003/5004. The NSR wheels will require reaming to 2.38mm.

Rear Tyres:
Must be NSR black rubber. The NSR logo should be visible on both tyres. If logo has become worn or indistinct the scrutineer will adjudicate.

Wheel Inserts:
May be fitted.

General:
Overall width across rear wheels and tyres must be ≤ 64mm.
Wheels must not be visible from above when either axle is moved to its extreme left or right positions.

All other components eg Braids; Wires; Screws; Spacers; Stoppers; Glues and Lubricants are free choice.

If it is not listed above it is not allowed.


New Models/Parts Eligibility:
Any new models or upgraded components introduced during the year can only be used after being approved by the series' Technical Committee (Phil Field and Nick Hirst).

The event scrutineer's decisions are final.
 

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South Manchester Slot Racing Club is intending to hold a 6hr GT3 Team event on January 23rd. This will act a season curtain raiser for the series but all are welcome.
Rules and arrangements will follow. We had originally planned for the 16th but there is an event at Rockingham which we were unaware of.
I have posted this event on the Calendar on slotracer.online.
I will post the arrangements for signing up very soon

Thanks
 

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NSR Rules
Rational:
To race "out of box" with specified modifications using mainly NSR components.
Parts marked * are standard in most cases.

Eligible NSR Cars:
NSR ASV (Aston Martin Vantage); Audi R8; BMW Z4; Corvette C6R; Corvette CR7; Mercedes AMG or Porsche 997.

Body:
Must retain original interior.
Rear wing must be firmly affixed at the start of every race.
White kits must be fully painted. Clear coats may be used in addition to paint, but not as a replacement for paint.

Chassis:
Must be the NSR black plastic chassis that matches the body.
Magnet(s) must be removed.
Ballast may be added, but must be firmly fixed.
Taping, strengthening and/or laminating is not allowed.
If a drop arm was fitted originally it must be retained. It may be adjusted or fixed using the screw supplied.

Guide:
Must be NSR part nº 4841*, 4842*, 4843, 4844, 4845 or 4859.
Spacers may be used to set guide depth.

Motor Pod:
Must be as fitted to original purchase. A small amount of material may be removed from the motor cradle to help avoid stress fractures when installing a motor.

Motor:
Must be NSR part nº 3023*; 3017 or Scaleauto part nº SC0026 b.
NSR3023 = King 21 with purple wrapper, 21,400 rpm, 350 gr.
NSR3017 = King 21 with orange wrapper, 21,400 rpm, 322 gr.
Scaleauto 0026 b = Endurance, 22,000rpm, 310gr.

Pinion Gear:
Must be NSR part nº 7112, 7113*, or 7114 (7.5mmØ 12–14T brass).

Anglewinder Gear:
Must be NSR part nº 6528, 6529, 6530, 6531*, 6532, 6533 or 6534 (16.8mmØ 28–34T aluminium).

Axles:
Must be NSR part nº 4801 (49mm solid steel) or 4802 (52mm solid steel).

Bearings:
Must be standard fit as supplied with model.

Front Wheels:
Must be NSR part nº 5003* (17mmØ) or 5001 (16mmØ).
Must turn when car is placed on a set-up block and pushed down and forward.

Front Tyres:
Must be black rubber. May be varnished and/or glazed.

Rear Wheels:
Must be NSR 5004* (17mmØ air hub) or 5003 (17mmØ solid hub).

Rear Tyres:
Must be NSR black rubber. The NSR logo should be visible on both tyres. If logo has become worn or indistinct the scrutineer will adjudicate.

Wheel Inserts:
May be fitted.

General:
Overall width across rear wheels and tyres must be ≤ 64mm.
Wheels must not be visible from above when either axle is moved to its extreme left or right positions.

All other components eg Braids; Wires; Screws; Spacers; Stoppers; Glues and Lubricants are free choice.

If it is not listed above it is not allowed.

Any new models or upgraded components introduced during the year can only be used after being approved by the 2020 series' Technical Committee (Phil Filed and Nick Hirst).

The event scrutineer's decisions are final.


Scaleauto Rules

Rational:
To race "out of box" with specified modifications using mainly Scaleauto and specified third party components.

Eligible Cars:
Scaleauto Audi R8; BMW Z4; Corvette C7R; Mercedes SLS; Porsche 997, Viper GTR or Mercedes AMG.

Body:
Must retain original interior.
Rear wing must be firmly affixed at the start of every race.
White kits must be fully painted. Clear coats may be used in addition to paint, but not as a replacement for paint.

Chassis:
Must be the Scaleauto black plastic chassis that matches the body.
'Home' range chassis are not allowed.
Magnet(s) must be removed.
Ballast may be added, but must be firmly fixed.
Taping, strengthening and/or laminating is not allowed.

Guide:
Must be Scaleauto part nº 1603, 1604, 1605, 1606, 1607, 1608, 1620 or 1621.
Spacers may be used to set guide depth.

Motor Pod:
Must be Scaleauto anglewinder configuration (or inline option for Mercedes only) as fitted to RTR series models. Any offset allowed. Lateral arms must not be fitted. A small amount of material may be removed from the motor cradle to help avoid stress fractures when installing a motor.

Motor:
Must be any of the following motors that have been supplied as standard with SA GT3 models:
  • Scaleauto 0011b = long can Tech 1, 20,000 rpm, 286 gr.
  • Scaleauto 0025 = Sprinter, 21,500 rpm, 300 gr.
  • Scaleauto 0025b = Sprinter 2, 21,500 rpm, 320 gr.
  • Scaleauto 0026 b = Endurance, 22,000rpm, 310gr.

Gears (anglewinder configurations):
Pinion must be Scaleauto or Slot.it 11, 12, 13 or 14T.
Contrate must be Scaleauto or Slot.it with free choice of tooth number.

Gears (inline configuration for Mercedes only):
Pinion must be Scaleauto or Slot.it 8, 9 or 10T,
Crown must be Scalauto with free choice of tooth number.

Axles:
Must be standard Scaleauto as supplied with model.

Bearings:
Must be standard fit as supplied with model.

Front Wheels:
Must be standard Scaleauto plastic/aluminium as supplied with model or Slot.it part nº PA43als/W16508215a (16.5 x 8mm aluminium).
Must turn when car is placed on a set-up block and pushed down and forward.

Front Tyres:
Must be black rubber. May be varnished and/or glazed.

Rear Wheels:
Must be any of:
  • standard Scaleauto 17.3mmØ plastic/aluminium as supplied with model
  • MBSlot part nº 19019
  • Racer part nº SWW/GTA
  • Slot.it part nº PA62als
  • NSR part nºs 5003/5004. The NSR wheels will require reaming to 2.38mm.

Rear Tyres:
Must be NSR black rubber. The NSR logo should be visible on both tyres. If logo has become worn or indistinct the scrutineer will adjudicate.

Wheel Inserts:
May be fitted.

General:
Overall width across rear wheels and tyres must be ≤ 64mm.
Wheels must not be visible from above when either axle is moved to its extreme left or right positions.

All other components eg Braids; Wires; Screws; Spacers; Stoppers; Glues and Lubricants are free choice.

If it is not listed above it is not allowed.


New Models/Parts Eligibility:
Any new models or upgraded components introduced during the year can only be used after being approved by the series' Technical Committee (Phil Field and Nick Hirst).

The event scrutineer's decisions are final.
 

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If you are interested in the 6hr Team Endurance race please see below

South Manchester Slot Racing Club
Houldsworth Mill
Stockport
SK5 6DA

Sunday 23rd Jan 2022
Open at 0830
Racing @ 1000
Racing fee is £8.00 per person including afternoon cake.
If you are a solo driver we will be putting entrants together to form teams on the day.
Saturday practice may be offered if there is a demand.
Please use this thread to sign up

National GT3 2022 Endurance - Sign Up (slotracer.online)



Regulations for National GT3 Team Endurance @ South Manchester 23rd Jan 2022


1. All cars should endeavour to meet the new 2022 National GT3 regulations.
2. The race will last 6hrs. The length of heats will depend on the number of teams entered
3. There will be a 3-5-minute changeover period between heats.
4. Each team can race as many cars as they wish if they have passed scrutineering. Scaleauto and NSR cars can be part of the same team.
5. All team members must drive in the race. Teams of three are preferred.
6. Drivers may changeover at any time in the race using the ‘pit area’ only.
7. Tyre cleaning or servicing and repair stops must be carried out after stopping in the designated ‘Pit Area’. A 5-lap penalty will be applied for each and any infringement of the ‘pit area’ regulations.
8. Cars can be swapped at any time using only the ‘Pit Area’.
9. Cars must have a firmly attached spoiler at the start of the race. Detached spoilers only be replaced at the ‘Pit Area’ within 5 laps. Any laps completed after this will not be counted until the spoiler is reattached.
10. At a track call (bridge or straight) – cars must not have any work done to them. (On the 3 Rivers track at a ‘Bridge Call’ cars may be brought back to the ‘sight line’).
11. When a car de-slots on the straight. a call of ‘straight’ can be made by any driver. The track power will be cut by race control. Be aware of missing a lap if your car rolls over the finish line after the power is cut.
12. On 3 Rivers Track only the Yellow Marshal decides on the need for a ‘Bridge Call’. Drivers should not make this call.
13. Each team must always provide a marshal, teams of two must arrange for cover with members of other teams.
14. Suspected missing laps can only be ‘claimed’ before the start of the following heat by informing Race Control and having it recorded on the official sheet. This can be verified later.
15. This is intended as a pre-season shakedown event. We expect drivers to race ‘legal’ cars however some leniency will be allowed by the organisers and with the general agreement of other teams if necessary.
16. Please enjoy the day. It will be a great opportunity to try out your cars.


National GT3 2022 Endurance - Sign Up (slotracer.online)
 

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Hi Matt,

Good to see you back.....I have 4 (very) old NSR cars eligible for the series gathering dust at the bottom of a pile of slot cars.....so I may as well toddle along and run around at the back of the field in order to see the cars running on track again....

Also hoping to put a team together for the January event at Manchester.....the free cake being too good to miss of course !

cheers

Pete Crane
 

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Hi Richard,

I have been asked to enter a Truspeed team in the 6 hour event at South Manchester on Sunday 23rd Jan, but being so old I cannot work out how to use the link/computer thing you ask people to use to enter the event...so after an hour I have decided it is much better to let you know via this thread in the hope that you will add our team and names to the computer thingy that you want to use.

So...our team is Truspeed

Steve Hills
Simon Scott (tbc with Simon but Steve says put his name in now !)
Pete Crane

hope the free cake offer will still apply...

cheers

Pete
 

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Peter
I am using slotracer,online for the signup because they have a Calendar, I'm not sure how Matt wants to do the 6 races that follow.
The simple way to add your name is to click on this link
National GT3 2022 Endurance - Sign Up (slotracer.online)
Copy the entire message
Press the yellow Post a Reply button
Paste the entire message into the reply
Add your name and club and press yellow Post a Reply button again.

No need to do yours as I have done it for you,

the free cake is of course still on offer

Richard
 

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Hi Richard,

Many thanks for adding the Truspeed team into the correct entry form - just wondering if there might be a clubnight at South Manchester where me and Steve Hills could join in with our NSR GT3 cars to get some of the rust off the moving parts...?

Is there cake on a clubnight ?

Cheers

Pete
 

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Hi Pete
We have our Open GT class on Thursday 25th November which would accommodate GT3 Cars. You would be racing against LMP cars but it would give you track time.
We open at 1800 and we often don't leave until 2300ish so you would get plenty of track time.
We tend to have bought in comestibles on Club Nights.
We have a free evening on Dec 16th which we don't have any plans yet.

Richard
 

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Hi Richard,I did send you a pm about your GT3 6hour but I dont think you have seen it Ed,Like Peter SlotRacer is not liking me trying to sign in. I would like to enter.thanks Ed
 

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Discussion Starter · #15 ·
Most of you will be aware that NSR offered a promotion issuing 10 NSR Porsche 911 to clubs to run as a series.
Rockingham were lucky to get the chance to partake.

Our local psychedelic paint hero Adam le Maistre has given the cars unique colour schemes (he definitely knows which mushrooms to pick!).

Thank you adam

James Cleave, multiple national BSCRA champion and master builder is going to prepare them for competitive racing. He runs a YouTube channel CleaveTech ( https://youtube.com/channel/UC8XmdCnBLo1oE44oxlstzQQ), where he will share his build progress. If you are building a GT3 car or giving your current one an overhaul definitely worth watching and subscribing.

Matt
 

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All
Rule Addendum: due to SA specifying the grey softer chassis as the standard for current and future release as confirmed with SA directly. This has been agreed unanimously by club representatives whom responded and represented the majority of clubs.

Scaleauto Rules

Rational:
To race "out of box" with specified modifications using mainly Scaleauto and specified third party components.

Eligible Cars:
Scaleauto Audi R8; BMW Z4; Corvette C7R; Mercedes SLS; Porsche 997, Viper GTR or Mercedes AMG.

Body:
Must retain original interior.
Rear wing must be firmly affixed at the start of every race.
White kits must be fully painted. Clear coats may be used in addition to paint, but not as a replacement for paint.

Chassis:
Must be the Scaleauto black or grey chassis plastic chassis that matches the body.
'Home' range chassis are not allowed.
Magnet(s) must be removed.
Ballast may be added, but must be firmly fixed.
Taping, strengthening and/or laminating is not allowed.
 

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Discussion Starter · #17 ·
As stated, series registrants for the 2020 series will be carried forward. So the following are already prepaid series entrants for 2022:

1. Lewis Gough.

2. Julian Edwards.

3. Matt Tucker.

4. Josh Bryant.

5. Phil Field.

6. Richard Welch

7. Lee Green.

8. John Underwood.

9.

10.Jeff Norton.

11.Ashley Evans.

12.Rob Lyons

13.Ed Pink.

14.

15.Neil Green.

16.Micheal Maloney.

17.Bill Charters.

18.Martin Reynolds.

19.

20.Terry Daniels.

21.Sean Illet.

22.Chris Hiley.

23.Andy Johnson.

24.Mark Warburton.

25.

26.

27.Craig Whittle.

28.

29.

30. Nick Taylor

31. John Bould.

2022 series registration is required on or before the third round at Rockingham.

Series entry also means access to the end of year prize raffle at N Staffs.

Matt
 

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South Manchester Slot Racing Club is intending to hold a 6hr GT3 Team event on January 23rd. This will act a season curtain raiser for the series but all are welcome.
Rules and arrangements will follow. We had originally planned for the 16th but there is an event at Rockingham which we were unaware of.
I have posted this event on the Calendar on slotracer.online.
I will post the arrangements for signing up very soon

Thanks
An entry please for Ben Lambourne racing for Pendle
 

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Rear Wheels:
Must be any of:
  • standard Scaleauto 17.3mmØ plastic/aluminium as supplied with model
  • MBSlot part nº 19019
  • Racer part nº SWW/GTA
  • Slot.it part nº PA62als
  • NSR part nºs 5003/5004. The NSR wheels will require reaming to 2.38mm.
Hi Matt.
I notice that the NSR wheels can be either air hub or solid hub, but the Slot.it version can only be a solid hub.
It's a hassle to ream out the NSR ones to fit the Slot.it axles.
Is there a reason why the Slot.it air hubs are not allowed?
Thanks,
Steve
 
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