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The Elephant in the room?
This is not new, but recent developments in the quality and design of chassis available for 'classic' racing is causing some concern.
Not only 'Spring Steel Laser cut' but also the latest plastic Hi-Tech designs.
Are we all comfortable with this cutting edge design and build quality chassis as the way forward, or is it time to re-think what CSCRA is about?
The most important thing to remember here is...we are a very small group!
Discuss.
Bill.
 

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Gentlemen.
Some very good and well thought out replies.
A couple of points.
I started this discussion to make sure Netleys event thread was not overtaken by talk of chassis design, when this CSCRA forum is the place to have that issue reveiwed.
As one of the main advocates for 'outlawing' Laser/spring steel chassis has now (see post 12) reconsidered his opinion, I think it is fair to say this debate has been a very healthy exercise.
At no time was anyone considering 'banning' anything least of all Richard's superb creations.
From time to time, it is worth gaining feedback from the general CSCRA members about important technical developments,be they chassis, motors, tyres or whatever.
The general consensus is to contnue our policy of any chassis construction, and material, and keep to our dimensional car specifications for each class.
I would also like to add my thanks, as I am sure you all do, to Mick Kerr for all the time and effort he puts in to keep the CSCRA up to scratch (pun intended!).
Thank you for all your replies, an intersting thread.
Concours was never intended to be part of this debate, and frankly probably needs a separate thread if people think its worth the effort to discuss.
Kind Regards Bill.
 
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