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World Indoor Rally Championship 2011

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The fourth World indoor rally championship will be underway in October in Dartmouth Devon.
Local Garage Darmech is putting up £100 to the winner
The event is raising money towards the Greyhound sanctuary in Exeter run by Sally Slater.
If you think you could take on the amazing speed of Dale Lott winner 2010/09 and Jamie
Hudson-Bond 2008 champion and 2010/09 runner up, bring just your thumb and £5. prizes
for each stage. Tea, cake and a beer what more do we want?


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QUOTE (Rotom @ 3 Aug 2011, 22:33) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>If you understood what you are saying I would listen but you have no explanation as to how to establish a world championship.
OK I'll have a go at saying one way a world championship can be established.
The International Slot Racing Association's World Championship evolved from an earlier European Championship.
The European Championships were held each year in a different European country and attracted entries from a number of European countries. A couple of decades ago they were regular attracting competitors from other continents, only then did they adopt the World Championship title. Not only the competitors but the events themselves are now held in different continents, for example this year's championship will be on the third different continent in 3 years.
Rather like in full size motor racing, the international competition comes first, only then does it become a World Championship.

QUOTE (Rotom @ 3 Aug 2011, 22:33) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>We have created something and you haven't.
Championships start some where.
Also you have never seen this event heard of one like it nor probably will you ever.
As far as I know, yours is the only slot racing event supporting that Greyhound sanctuary in Exeter.
I've seen plenty of slot racing event supporting other charities.
I've seen every other aspect of your event many times at other slot racing events which were created long before your first annual event.

I'm happy to join with the other contributors to wish you every success, it sounds like an event that deserves it. I doubt you'd receive anything other that encouragement (and congratulations when it's successful) if you told it how it is.
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