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Jan 9 F32
Jan23 Retro Can am (formally known as D3)
Feb6 Retro F1 (formally known as D3)
Feb20 Hard body pre 72 sports and front engine GP/ Slot it sports
Mar6 F32
Mar20 Slot it sports (prepared sponge tyres supplied if without)
Apr3 International thingie proxy race
Apr17 Retro Can am
May1 Retro F1
May15 Hard body pre72 etc
May29 F32
Jun12 Retro Can am
Jun26 Retro F1
Jul10 Slot it sports
Jul24 F32
Aug7 Retro Can am
Aug21 Retro F1
Sept4 Hard body pre 72 etc
Sept18 F32
Oct2 Retro Can am
Oct16 Retro F1
Oct30 Slot it sports
Nov13 F32
Nov27 Retro Can am
Dec11 Retro F1
Dec 18 Slot it sports

You will see that this year we have decided to drop one of the hardbody nights and include a Slot-It class for group C and sports cars. As our track is painted MDF we are allowing modern fish rubber(sponge) rear tyres and lead ballast. Lowrider is getting together a few pairs of tyres for those without facilities to prepare their own for loan or to sell. He has already tried out a car with this set up with favourable results so hopefully this will prove to be a popular class.
Happy new year to all.
 

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Hi John, standard inline cars, bit of lead and fish tyres. we dont want to get bogged down with too many rules to start with. I think we will have to be a bit flexible to start with and see what works best. Low suggested the fish rubber as an alternative if the track surface is a problem.
happy new year
cheers steve
 

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Hi Guys, and a happy new year to you, thanks for your input, always useful as we have never played with these before. We are trying out our options to see what works best for us so going to be fairly flexible at the moment to get our night up and running.
and yes Allan you can run what you have so you dont need to raid you piggy bank..
One question, my old 956 has a white endbell motor, what is the difference between that and the newer orange endbell motors performance wise?
cheers steve
 
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