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  • bov
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    Thanks for the update, Alan !

    Congrats to the Podiumites...

    Cheers, Tony.

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  • Scaleracing
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    OK as some will not have watched the Video I shot of the 8 Lane Round here are the results as promised in print.


    McLaren #27.......99 laps.....15 sectors. and 1st LMP
    Porsche #7..........98 laps....18 sectors.
    Porsche #26........98 laps......8 sectors.
    Sauber #1............97 laps.....11 sectors.
    Porsche #10........97 laps......8 sectors.
    Porsche #00........95 laps.....15 sectors.
    Lancia #54...........94 laps.....14 sectors.
    Porsche #86........94 laps......9 sectors.
    Lancia #29...........93 laps.....22 sectors.
    Porsche #17........93 laps......20 sectors.
    Porsche #14........93 laps......3 sectors.
    Porsche #20........92 laps......14 sectors.
    Lola #7................92 laps.......2 sectors. 2nd LMP
    Porsche #33........91 laps......12 sectors.
    Nissan #30..........90 laps......15 sectors. 3rd LMP
    Ferrari #34..........90 laps......12 sectors. 4th LMP
    Nissan #27..........88 laps.......2 sectors ( this cars motor is either failing or dirty as power is low and inconsistent. )

    Sorry this has taken so long to get listed. Every day right now is a challenge. Running all my Business interests alone since June 15th last year has
    been difficult. On top of that the Server issues experienced both with SCI and www.132slotcar.us have put a huge strain on me personally.

    I will be running the last round early this Month hopefully next week. I also hope to clarify with Maurizio the Shootout Cars for the Event.
    Right now although this was discussed Feb 2018 I do not have news on delivery, partly as Maurizio has also been extremely busy at Slot.it.

    I am scheduled to speak with him this week and the first thing we will discuss is cars.

    I do have Porsche blue Jagers, Black Martini Lancias and Orange Porsche Bud cars. But hope to have a new car to offer if Slot.it have something available.

    More as soon as I can.




    Last edited by Scaleracing; 07-07-2019, 09:11 PM.

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  • JohnnySlots
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    Just wondering if there's any update on the final race and the shootout cars?

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  • MrFlippant
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    Originally posted by B52RN View Post
    Well, I hate being the clueless one but I gotta ask...what are those "sectors"?
    The track is made up of a large number of sections in order for it to be not only transported/shipped easily, but also reconfigured into different layouts if desired. Each of these sections has been numbered. When there is a tie for laps, the cars are not often in the same sector at the end, so the leader is determined by which sector the car stopped in.

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  • JohnnySlots
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    Thanks Alan and team for running. Please email me before you ship later this year as I'll order some parts as well to help alleviate the cost.

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  • B52RN
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    Well, I hate being the clueless one but I gotta ask...what are those "sectors"?

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  • Brumos RSR
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    Alan, thank you for the run. Looks like I should've swapped out the tires. Thank you for getting the most out of the 33, I should've given you more to work with. At Indy meeting with teams this weekend the Boy is getting closer !

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  • Brumos RSR
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    Originally posted by Wet Coast Racer View Post
    Thorough coverage there, Alan! Good effort.

    Tony, if you're after commemorative cars, I'd be happy to send you a couple of my old ones ...
    I'd be interested in any Porsches that may be available

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  • Scaleracing
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    One more to do yet

    Plus sort out the results then get Event Cars and bubble labels ordered and attached then ship everything home.

    Last race will probably be early June. By then hopefully I will have news on the cars from Slot.it.

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  • B52RN
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    Thanks Alan...now you can at least check this task off your list!

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  • Lancelotalove
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    Thanks for running to race. Happy to see some results. Thanks Alan and EMSA

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  • bov
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    Hi Alan,

    Thanks for the update - even though my #20 had a pretty disappointing result.......

    Congrats to the Podiumites - Arroldn, Lancealot and Torquemutant ( not a podium I would've predicted, but a great effort nonetheless ) - thanks to all involved for putting on the round.

    Cheers, Tony.

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  • Scaleracing
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    6 Lane Result from the ScaleRacing Center, with help from EMSA to run as 3 heats.

    We ran the 6 lane Track race as 3 heats with an added in Slot.it Porsche so we had all lanes running cars for all 3 heats.

    Qualifying was run by me solo to get Lap Times for all the Cars.

    Qualifying on the 6 lane.

    Group C.

    1st....Porsche #26...9.210.
    2nd...Porsche #10...9.214
    3rd...Porsche #7.....9.229
    4th...Sauber #1.......9.338
    5th...Lancia # 29.....9.401
    6th...Porsche #20...9.598
    7th...Porsche #17...9.660
    8th...Porsche #86...9.747
    9th...Porsche #00...9.753
    10th.Porsche #14...9.761
    11th.Porsche #33...9.869
    12th.Nissan #27.....9.908
    13th.Lancia #54.....10.024

    LMP.

    1st...McLaren #27...8.883
    2nd..Lola #7............9.588
    3rd...Nissan #30......9.768
    4th...Ferrari #34......9.864

    Then the race results, I will go back and document some of the problems with a few of the cars later.

    First Group up was:

    Ferrari #34
    Nissan #30
    Lola #7
    McLaren #27
    Porsche ( EMSA loaner car as a lane cleaner )
    Lancia #54

    Second Group up was:

    Nissan #27
    Porsche #33
    Porsche #14
    Porsche #00
    Porsche #86
    Porsche #17

    Third Group up was:

    Porsche #20
    Lancia #29
    Sauber #1
    Porsche #10
    Porsche #26

    With the help of some of the EMSA racers we ran where no one adjusted controllers once set, and Drivers stayed in the same lane for the complete Event.
    This was we can have a fair result and by not adjusting controllers to suit different cars we did not tune to help cars. I believe this is the fairest way to run a Proxy.

    All drivers were told the idea was get as many laps as you can, try to avoid crashing as that hurts the overall for that car, and all did a great job. One racer never crashing
    and others only a few times withall 17 cars.

    So to the Race result for the Six Lane Track.

    Porsche #7..........72 laps....19 sectors.
    Porsche #26........71 laps....35 sectors.
    Porsche #00........71 laps....20 sectors.
    Lancia #29...........71 laps.....8 sectors.
    Porsche #10........71 laps.....7 sectors.
    McLaren #27.......71 laps.....4 sectors. 1st LMP
    Porsche #14........70 laps.....3 sectors.
    Porsche #86........69 laps.....37 sectors.
    Porsche #33........69 laps......3 sectors.
    Sauber #1............68 laps.....37 sectors.
    Lancia #54...........68 laps.....33 sectors.
    Porsche #17........68 laps......30 sectors.
    Porsche...............67 laps......20 sectors ( track cleaner )
    Nissan #30..........67 laps......19 sectors. 2nd LMP
    Lola #7................66 laps......45 sectors. 3rd LMP
    Nissan #27..........63 laps......31 sectors ( this cars motor is either failing or dirty as power is low and inconsistent. )
    Porsche #20........63 laps......23 sectors.
    Ferrari #34..........63 laps......22 sectors. 4th LMP

    Several cars were less predictable, in part due to setting up with very loose front axles. The ScaleRacing Center Tracks have
    very good grip and some cars were tippy on or near the limit.

    But all in all the cars ran well, and the EMSA crew enjoyed running them in the Shootout Format.





    Last edited by Scaleracing; 05-13-2019, 02:44 PM.

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  • Scaleracing
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    Not the coverage I wanted, but best I could do right now.

    I intended to stream live on Youtube but they have changed their streaming rules. So Facebook was the only good option I had to get this Event moving on.

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  • Wet Coast Racer
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    Thorough coverage there, Alan! Good effort.

    Tony, if you're after commemorative cars, I'd be happy to send you a couple of my old ones ...

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