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Ayelstone Court 2 Ayelstone Hill, Hereford, HR1 1HS
Somerville House, 12 Bodenham Road, Hereford, HR1 2TS
Three Counties Hotel, Belmont Road, Hereford, HR2 7BP
Brandon Lodge Ross Road, HR2 8BH
Green Dragon, Broad Street, Hereford, HR4 9BG
Munstone house, Munstone, Hereford, HR1 3AH
The Merton Hotel 28 Commercial Road HEREFORD HR1 2BD Tel: 01432 265925 Fax: 01432 354983
New Inn Bartestree, HR1 4BX
Green Man Fownhope, &01432 860243 HR14PE
Bay Horse, HR4 0SD 01432 273351
Somerville House Bodenham Road, 01432 273991
Graiseley House white cross Road, 01432 358289
The Town House, Edgar Street, 01432 351109
The Old Vicarage, Clehonger, 01432 371343
Please let me know how many will be attending the meal - no need to pre-book the food like last year
it would have been no problem at all if you had asked me for some help, especially on the practice day.
It's not easy to set up a car without it being in hand but try the following:
Slot It Boxer or Scaleauto SCO25 (closed cans) in anglewinder configuration
Rear suspension (spring type) with front pod slightly loose
Slight body rock
Front wheels with varnished tyres set to just skim the track surface remebering that Ninco track has a raised rail. Personally i find PT19's aren't big enough and grind my own down.
I generally don't add weight.
Tyres do not need soaking in oil for Ninco track. I true mine down using a little oil to soften them but NEVER on race day. It is not needed and offers less grip than lighter fluid or taping them.
Looking at the Herford track i reckon a Mazda would do well but then so could any of the Slot It range.
Gary Smales (TBC)
Harry Smales (TBC)
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