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  • Race Info Jan 30 BRM Group C and NSR Modern GT

    Details:
    Doors Open at 9am
    Tech is at 11am
    Race Starts at Noon
    5min Heats
    1.5mins in between

    Cost:
    $20. Both Races and practice
    (All Day Access to the Track)





    1st Race BRM Group C

    2012 Rules

    http://www.slotcarillustrated.com/po...ad.php?t=87146

    2014 Updated Rules

    Angle Winders allowed.
    Minimum weight 180 grams.
    Tires Front low profile allowed same minimum as Challenge Rules now.
    Rear tires spec to the Event BRM021SS, Scaleauto-2426BRM, BRM021, and also
    Tires to be spec for each Event no mixed tires allowed.
    Either lead or BRM weight allowed only on the chassis.
    Any BRM gearing, any BRM motor unmodified.
    Angle Winder you may extend stock lead wires.
    Latest BRM guide allowed.


    Spec Tire: BRM Sponges S-021SS

    **********Reminder****************
    *Wings Must be attached*
    *Wheel inserts must be in*



    2nd Race
    NSR Modern GT

    Rules:

    CARS Allowed:
    NSR Brand 1/32 RTR or Kit cars are allowed. The Audi R8 / BMW Z4 / Porsche 997 / Aston Martin Vantage & Corvette C6R in GT

    Body:
    Bodies must not be modified or cut in any way and must be completely painted in a realistic racing livery if not predecorated Cars must start each race with all parts intact except for mirrors, wipers, antennas and similar small protruding parts. Bodies may be attached to chassis using any type/brand of screws but only in stock locations. Body screws may be run loose and tape must be placed over screw holes under chassis. Cars must have unmodified full stock (nonvacuum formed) painted interior and all windows must be kept transparent with the exception of tampo /decal headers. Rally type GT cars may have the navigator figure removed if desired so long as no significant damage is suffered in the completeness of the interior.
    (Add On : BMW Z4 is allowed to have the tinted windows)

    CHASSIS:
    Original or replacement chassis and drop arms (if equipped) are allowed with the drop arm fixing optional. Only minor flash removal is allowed on the chassis and motor pod. No modifications to axle mounts or bushings are permitted with the exception of ride height adjustment (PMTR brass screws allowed) Motor pod suspension with NSR parts is allowed. Any axle spacers or stoppers are allowed. Any ballast may be used but not under chassis. Any NSR Brand motor pod to chassis screws may be used but only in stock locations. Any stock NSR axle may be used.

    Wheels and tires:
    Any Unmodified NSR wheels are allowed with the stipulation that the original wheel diameter as equipped must be used front and rear. Any NSR tire may be used for fronts and may be glued and trued (diameter only) with no visual evidence of significant front tire taper is allowed. Any NSR rear Rubber tire may be used and may be glued & trued. Original type NSR wheel inserts must be present as appropriate for the car and may be glued in place. Tires may not extend past body when viewed from above. Hollow setscrews are allowed.


    GUIDE BLADES / BRAID :

    Any brand replacement guide or braid is allowed. Any lead wire may be used with the stipulation that front axle travel may not be impeded with the lead wire installation. Any guide shims may be used as desired.

    MOTOR:
    Stock NSR 21,400 RPM AW King motors only are allowed.

    GEARING:
    Any gear ratio is allowed using only unmodified NSR axle gears and the racer supplied stock NSR pinions.



    IF IT IS NOT ON HERE YOU CAN NOT DO IT. IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT THE RULES PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK BEFORE YOU START YOUR BUILD.


  • #2
    Thanks for hosting another fun event Phase II.

    Congrats to the winners

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    • #3
      BRM was very good race. Congrats to Craig, Mike and Sherm on the podium. Oh well, at least I was top Sauber.
      Hey what tire are we running for the Scaleauto cars? Foam or Rubber? ~Ron

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      • #4
        Great Time

        Once again thanks Phase for hosting a great event. Good racers + good people make a great event!

        Craig

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