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  • The Laird
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    An outstanding report, !

    Happy new year to everyone and see you at the races!

    Regards,
    Last edited by Scaleracing; 12-19-2022, 10:27 AM.

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  • TrainingLotus
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    "Holiday Round Robin" Feature Race Results!
    Driver Laps Lane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane 4
    Tony 242 63 58 64 57
    Brian 239 62 56 64 57
    Pete 235 61 57 62 55
    Matt 234 61 60 56 57
    Eric 225 57 60 56 52
    Dave 217 53 58 56 50
    Nick 206 57 56 49 44
    Nick was the winner of the Lotus Hat contest, drawn by a random number generator!

    Fastest by lane:
    Green: Pete, 4.472, F1 *Fastest Lap of The Race!
    Blue: Matt, 4.527, F1
    Yellow: Dave, 4.641, Can-Am
    Red: Brian, 4.945, Group C
    Driver Lane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane 4 Fastest Lap
    Tony 4.591 4.93 4.516 5.087 4.516
    Brian 4.62 5.121 4.474 4.945 4.474
    Pete 4.75 4.805 4.472 5.207 4.472
    Matt 4.527 4.826 4.855 5.022 4.527
    Eric 5.051 4.693 4.824 5.302 4.693
    Dave 5.217 4.641 4.693 5.47 4.641
    nick 4.613 4.707 5.285 5.323 4.613
    Heats were 5 minutes each. Here are some interesting facts:

    F1 was used on green for 5 out of 7 heats.
    Can-am was used on Yellow for 5 out of 7 heats.
    GT was used on Red for 4 out of 7 heats.
    Group C was used on Red for 3 out of 7 heats.

    If classes were broken out by lap totals, here is the podium for each (although with how cars are not moved between heats, it is possible that lap totals are not 100% accurate as someone starting directly behind the line would effectively get a "cheap" lap):

    GT:
    First: Matt / Tony tied with 57
    Second: Brian with 56
    Third: Pete with 55
    Fastest Time: Matt with a 5.022!

    Can-Am:
    First: Brian with 62
    Second: Eric / Matt with 60
    Third: Dave / Tony with 58
    Fastest Time: Tony with a 4.591!

    F1:
    First: Brian / Tony with 64
    Second: Pete with 62
    Third: Matt with 61
    Fastest Time: Pete with a 4.472!

    Group C:
    First: Tony with 63
    Second: Pete with 61
    Third: Brian with 57
    Fastest Time: Pete with a 4.750!

    The 7 racers ended the night with a NSR GT 9v race. The track condition was a bit colder than expected, so no new records were had, although it was quite the close race!
    Driver Laps Lane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane 4 Fastest Lap Avg. Lap
    Tony 141 34 37 35 35 4.773 5.081
    Pete 140 35 36 35 34 4.892 5.132
    Brian 139 35 34 34 36 4.952 5.174
    Matt 138 35 35 35 33 4.822 5.207
    Dave 131 35 32 32 32 4.245 5.464
    Eric 128 34 33 29 32 4.951 5.612
    nick 126 32 31 33 30 5.051 5.704
    We also want to welcome back Tony to the track after his recent health issues. He certainly made an impact by winning both races!

    We hope everyone enjoyed the race and can't wait for the next event. The track is closing, effectively immediately, for the holidays as the track undergoes modifications to improve racing in 2023.

    NSR GT 9v Podium:

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  • TrainingLotus
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    December 4th, 2022

    A day with a rotating group of racers. 6 racers were able to attend throughout the day while two racers were, unfortunately, not able to attend due to health reasons. We look forward to seeing everyone again together soon. The track was a bit slower than normal, so no new time records are set.

    First race was the NSR F1 race. A tight race throughout the field as the cars stretched their legs and cleaned off the track.
    Driver Laps Lane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane 4 Fastest Lap
    Brian 152 39 37 38 38 4.456
    Pete 151 38 38 39 36 4.429
    Matt 147 38 37 36 36 4.503
    Drew 141 36 36 34 35 4.560
    George 105 27 26 25 27 5.773
    The second race was the Thunderslot Can-Am class and was Eric's entrance to the race program. And what an entrance, with an immediate podium spot. Brian's car remained dominant from the previous race, however the track's slowness proved to be real as no new records were set.
    Driver Laps Lane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane 4 Fastest Lap
    Brian 150 38 38 38 36 4.542
    Eric 146 37 36 36 37 4.607
    Matt 141 36 35 35 35 4.775
    Pete 140 33 36 35 36 4.8
    Drew 134 33 33 34 34 4.918
    George 119 30 30 29 30 5.256
    At this point we lost Drew and George to family obligations. The racers promised to be on their best behavior so we ran the "track button" from the driver panel. We ran all 4 lanes and a new record was set for overall lap total!
    Driver Laps Lane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane 4 Fastest Lap
    Brian 145 37 36 36 36 4.662
    Pete 141 36 35 35 35 4.812
    Eric 138 35 35 35 33 4.912
    Matt 137 36 35 33 33 4.868
    Current track records at the Jordan Circuit.

    NSR 9vGT: Brian - 4.659 sec. & 145 laps
    Slot.it Group C: Pete - 4.709 sec. & 144 laps
    Thunderslot Can Am: Brian - 4.478 sec. & 152 laps
    NSR F1: Brian - 4.366 sec. & 155 laps

    NSR F1 Podium:

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  • TrainingLotus
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    Thank you for the fantastic write-up. It was, indeed, a race day! It was great to see familiar faces return to the track after the usual summer absences.

    We have 3 race dates set between now and December 17th. The 17th will be our "season-ending" race before the track undergoes renovations during the holiday season. The renovations will improve racing conditions, add track length, and improve marshaling. However, that means all current race records (time and lap) will be irrelevant moving forward.

    The season-ending race will involve giveaways and a unique race format. Current plans on the race format will be a LeMans-style race with each driver required to drive 4 different classes of cars (one on each lane) for an extended heat length. With the classes being GT, Can-Am, F1, and Group C, an example would be: Green Lane (GT), Blue Lane (Can-Am), Yellow Lane (F1), and Red Lane (Group C). This would be purely up to the driver's choice to decide the order used. The only caveat under consideration, at the moment, is the GT's are run on 9v (instead of the track-standard 10v), which means we may need to swap the GTv9 class for a IROC class. This will be decided by the member racers over the next 2 race weekends.

    For the pictures from the Nov 12 race week:

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  • The Laird
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    November 12, 2022
    A date which finds Tony in hospital, Greg quarantined, and George elsewhere, but we had a race anyway.
    First up... F1 featuring the NSR F1 86/89 cars that we all like. Drew and Nick were each heading for personal bests until the red lane bit them both in turn.

    No new records were set.
    Position Driver Laps Blu Yel Grn Red Best
    1 Pete 148 37 38 38 35 4.433
    2 Matt 145 36 37 36 36 4.444
    3 Brian 145 36 36 37 36 4.584
    4 Drew 142 36 36 37 33 4.624
    5 Nick 135 34 36 33 32 4.689
    Second on the program was Thunderslot Can-Am. Brian took the win with new race and lap records. Informed of this by phone, Tony responded to the effect that he would reclaim the records in due course. Pete’s car proved suboptimal (to say the least) and Nick turned in a great drive to second spot.
    Position Driver Laps Blu Yel Grn Red Best
    1 Brian 152 39 37 39 37 4.478
    2 Nick 141 35 35 35 36 4.711
    3 Matt 140 35 37 33 35 4.728
    4 Drew 138 34 35 34 35 4.895
    5 Pete 137 35 34 33 35 4.852
    At this point we lost Drew to family obligations. We decided to use just three lanes for 9v GT and Nick stayed with us for 30 laps until called away. Brian established a new lap record.
    Position Driver Laps Blu Yel Grn Red Best
    1 Brian 109 37 36 36 0 4.659
    2 Pete 107 36 36 35 0 4.749
    3 Matt 104 35 36 33 0 4.819
    4 Nick 30 0 0 30 0 5.092
    The final event was Group C Slot.it cars. Only three lanes were used again. The race was extremely close throughout and a new lap record was established.
    Position Driver Laps Blu Yel Grn Red Best
    1 Pete 110 37 36 37 0 4.709
    2 Brian 109 37 36 36 0 4.747
    3 Matt 108 35 36 37 0 4.762
    We plan to have a special event on the 19th before the Jordan Circuit undergoes major renovations over the festive season. Watch this space.

    Current track records at the Jordan Circuit.

    NSR 9vGT: Brian - 4.659 sec. & Tony - 142 laps
    Slot.it Group C: Pete - 4.709 sec. & 144 laps
    Thunderslot Can Am: Brian - 4.478 sec. & 152 laps
    NSR F1: Brian - 4.366 sec. & 155 laps



    Happy Thanksgiving, Happy Hanukkah, and Merry Christmas as may be applicable.

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  • The Laird
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    Current track records at the Jordan Circuit.

    NSR 9vGT: Tony - 4.767 sec. & 142 laps

    Slot.it Group C: Pete - 4.718 sec. & 144 laps

    Thunderslot Can Am: Tony - 4.490 sec. & 150 laps

    NSR F1: Brian - 4.366 sec. & 155 laps


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  • The Laird
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    HERE IT IS!

    "Oops! We found a magnet!"

    On a fine Spring day in October, the PSCC finally took to the Jordan Circuit again. Group C, Can Am, and GT9v were scheduled. The proceedings got under way at approximately 6pm with qualifying from the US GP on the big screen. Our action was paused during Q3 thereof.

    The results:

    GROUP C - Jaguar repeats
    Position Driver Laps Blue Yellow Green Red Best Lap
    1 Pete 142 35 36 35 36 4.826
    2 Brian 136 36 34 33 33 4.907
    3 Matt 135 32 35 34 34 4.874
    4 Tony 135 34 34 33 34 5.034
    5 Greg 124 31 32 32 29 5.104
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    CAN AM - McLaren-Elva sweep
    Position Driver Laps Blue Yellow Green Red Best Lap
    1 Tony 145 35 36 37 37 4.539
    2 Brian 142 36 36 36 34 4.672
    3 Pete 138 35 34 35 34 4.748
    4 Matt 134 34 34 33 33 4.960
    5 Greg 128 31 35 31 31 4.806
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    GT9v - The AMG strikes back
    Position Driver Laps Blue Yellow Green Red Best Lap
    1 Pete 141 36 36 34 35 4.846
    2 Tony 140 36 36 35 33 4.777
    3 Brian 139 36 34 34 35 4.838
    4 Matt 137 34 34 36 33 n/a
    5 Greg 122 30 31 29 32 5.232
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    Matt put in a great performance on the Green lane as the race began. Unfortunately (and unbeknownst to Matt ), a traction magnet was found to be in the car . The tech inspector apologized for missing it and will replace his current brass clearance gauge with one made of steel . The magnet was removed and the race carried on.


    The club thanks Brian and the Jordan Circuit for their hospitality.

    Nos vemos en la próxima carrera.
    Wir sehen uns beim nächsten Rennen.
    Τα λέμε στον επόμενο αγώνα.
    Last edited by The Laird; 10-26-2022, 03:12 PM. Reason: podium pictures added

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  • TrainingLotus
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    Our apologies for a delayed event in October, as the event host encountered a series of unfortunate illnesses which left the club trackless for almost a month. We successfully had a race on the 22nd and a race report will be coming shortly.

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  • TrainingLotus
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    September 17, 2022 Podium Pictures!

    Race 1: We forgot...Slot.It Group C was a blast, though!

    Race 2: NSR F1
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    Race 4: Thunderslot Can-Am
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  • The Laird
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    September 17, 2022
    Present: Brian, Tony, Pete, Greg, and a hearty "Welcome" to (no pun intended) Matt!

    First up was our Slot.it class.
    Pete - Jaguar
    Greg - Nissan
    Brian - Lancia
    Matt - Mazda
    Tony - Nissan
    Group C
    Pos Driver Laps Blue Yell Grn Red Best lap
    1 Pete
    144 35 36 37 36 4.737
    2 Brian
    137 34 35 35 33 4.900
    3 Tony
    133 34 34 33 32 5.077
    4 Matt
    130 33 32 33 32 4.831
    5 Greg
    123 31 32 30 30 5.297
    Can Am
    Pos Driver Laps Blu Yel Grn Red Best Lap
    1 Tony
    150 37 38 37 38 4.490
    2 Brian
    145 36 36 37 36 4.538
    3 Greg
    139 35 36 34 34 4.707
    4 Matt
    136 36 35 32 33 4.714
    5 Pete
    137* 35 35 34 33 4.775
    *multiple car test - dq
    F1
    Pos Driver Laps Blu Yel Grn Red Best Lap
    1 Brian
    155 40 40 39 36 4.366
    2 Tony
    148 37 36 37 38 4.551
    3 Pete
    146 39 34 37 36 4.497
    4 Matt
    142 37 35 36 34 4.598
    5 Greg
    134 32 35 33 34 4.787
    GT - 9v
    Pos Driver Laps Blu Yel Grn Red Best Lap
    1 Tony
    142 36 36 34 36 4.827
    2 Pete 141 36 35 35 35 4.814
    3 Matt
    138 34 36 35 33 4.823
    4 Brian
    137 34 35 33 35 4.916
    5 Greg
    121 29 31 31 30 5.415
    Last edited by The Laird; 09-19-2022, 07:00 PM. Reason: Corrections and additions

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  • TrainingLotus
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    As summer winds to a close, slot car racers return to the tracks and rekindle their love of the hobby. Our membership took part in a multi-team Enduro and took 2 out of the 3 podium places! PSCC also provided cars for half of the event.

    The intial race days and events for this invite-only club have been shared with their members. We can't wait to share future race event updates with you all.

    We do have some unfortunate news to share with you, however. The planned multi-track series for this fall has been cancelled. It's an unfortunate loss for the slot car racers in the area. However, our track and membership will persevere onward with our regular race program.

    We look forward to sharing updates with you all soon. Happy racing!

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  • TrainingLotus
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    Parker Slot Car Club @ The Jordan Circuit
    August 13th, 2022

    HEADLINE! “Tony continues his dominance”

    In an effort to resume regular racing after the summer doldrums, regular racing has begun! The PSCC @ The Jordan Circuit is developing a temporary racing schedule until...DAH DAH DAH...a multi-circuit race series begins in October! More details to follow for this invite-only racing series.

    Thunderslot Can-Am: WHAT A FINISH!!! While Tony and Brian duked it out for the lead, the other 4 racers competed closely for the final podium spot. This is the first race, that we can remember, where ALL racers finished in the 4's.
    1. Tony 143+, 4.769 - Despite some trouble staying in the slot, a consistent performance across all 4 lanes proved to be the winning formula.
    2. Brian 143- (5 feet less!!!), 4.674 - His struggles on Red ended up being his undoing for the lead.
    3. Greg 134, 4.892
    4. Pete 133, 4.998
    5. Nick 129, 4.893
    6. Dave 128, 4.96
    *No new records recorded.

    NSR GT (9V): The McLarens are out in force - including a race win for a first-time raced car.
    1. Tony 137, 4.890 - Once the tires trued in a bit through on-track racing, this car became a rocket ship. Red = fast!
    2. Pete 136, 4.960 - WOW! The Mercedes is a consistent and face race car at the hands of Pete.
    3. Brian 134, 5.087 - First time race with the Gulf McLaren resulted in a podium despite balance and tire issues.
    4. Dave 130, 4.970 - A track issue on blue only impacted his car, otherwise a podium finishing place was in his future.
    5. Greg 124, 5.388 - Porsche 997 GT3 showed well in it's pink BWT livery.
    6. Nick 121, 5.109 - Tires were just not working as-expected.
    *No new records recorded.

    SLOT.IT Group C: Matching Martini Lancia's took the two top steps of the podium.
    1. Brian 137, 4.865
    2. Tony 131, 4.958
    3. Pete 127, 5.159
    4. Dave 118, 5.109
    5. Nick 118, 5.246
    6. Greg 102, 5.255
    *No new records recoded.

    See you again, soon!

    Current Lap Records
    Slot.it Group C: Pete, 4.718 & Tony, 141
    NSR 9V GT: Tony, 4.767 & Pete, 141
    NSR F1 86/89: Brian, 4.416 & 147
    Thunderslot Can Am: Brian, 4.559 & Tony, 145.9

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  • TrainingLotus
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    Parker Slot Car Club @ The Jordan Circuit VISITING...

    Fantasy Raceways!!!!


    July 30th, 2022

    We have a traveling event! The members of the PSCC joined with locals at Fantasy Raceways for a special event. PSCC brought 10 NSR Porsche 997 GT3's (provided by NSR through their "Return To Racing" program) for an invitational event.

    The day ahead of the event saw much-needed last-minute testing. Car weight, motor pod tuning, and body float amounts were solidified and blueprinted across the fleet. Track voltage was modified and selected to run the cars at the desired performance level for novices and pros alike.

    The big day arrived and racers converged on Fantasy Raceways. Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse were represented. Racers had an hour to familiarize themselves with the class of GT3 Porsche's. With 11 drivers in attendance and 10 cars available, two racers joined forces to form a team for the duration of the event. The cars were selected through a raffle by the 10 racers/teams. The first few heats were tentative as racers got in the groove of racing the 1/32 on a 1/24 track. A good and competitive race evolved and fun was had by all.

    NSR Porsche 997 GT3 Challenge Race (thank you NSR!):
    1. Bud 170.04, 7.863 (Green) - racer that extracted the most out of the car through fast times and a consistent performance. It was a clinic to watch!
    2. Jeff 166.08, 8.044 (Green) - the shop owner showed there's no substitution for experience and consistency.
    3. Brian / Tony 161.18 (Blue) - a late-charging car secured the last podium spot!
    4. Mr. X 159.14, 8.171 (Green) - a local who had a great showing
    5. Matt 157.01, 8.265 (White) - a new challenger who had an excellent showing
    6. Pete 156.13, 8.073 (Blue) - co-organizer that got tangled up in a few crashes
    7. Eric 152.13, 8.211 (Red) - consistency secured him 7th!
    8. Greg 148.13, 8.063 (Orange) - fast times marred by a few entanglements.
    9. Nick 141.17, 8.030 (Orange) - car troubles impacted his otherwise fast pace.
    10. Trevor 124.02, 8.546 (Purple) - the tire rubbed on the interior that came loose, greatly reducing his lap totals for the first 4 heats.

    After the NSR Porsche 997 GT3 Challenge Race, a few racers had to leave. The remaining racers decided that one race wasn't enough and brought out their own NSR F1 cars to hold a SECOND event for the day! With 8 racers present and 7 cars, another team was formed between Pete & Matt. The track was reduced to the 4 inner lanes so that enough marshalls were on-hand to help. In the end, the competitive and consistent racing meant that not many cars fell off and the marshalls were overall not busy!

    NSR Porsche 997 GT3 Challenge Race (thank you NSR!):
    1. Nick 83.09, 8.284 (Orange) - WHAT A WIN!!! First ever class win with a consistent and FAST race.
    2. Jeff 83.01, 8.329 (Orange) - He did his best to chase down the leader and only was 7 sections behind the winner. What a close race!
    3. Matt/Pete 82.10, 8.374 (Yellow) - Finishing a lap behind the top two provided close racing throughout the entire podium.
    4. Eric 82.03, 8.425 (Green) - Matching his performance from the first race, consistency throughout the race provided a high lap total.
    5. Tony 80.15, 8.618 (Green) - The beginning started a bit rough as the car didn't perform as well as it did in practice. He managed a decent lap time and brought the car home at the end of the race.
    6. Greg 79.94, 8.481 (Orange) - Getting tangled up and a few deslotting adventures was the difference in such a close race.
    7. Bvacc DSQ - Illegal Tires
    What a close race! Less than 4 laps (and less than half a second) separated the field. Given the competition and how well the NSR F1's suited the hill climb track, it was universally agreed that this race needs to be replicated as SOON!

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  • The Laird
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    The F1 cars were particularly well suited to the big track and I'm in line (no pun intended) for a return engagement ASAP!

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  • TrainingLotus
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    The PSCC / The Jordan Circuit traveled to Fantasy Raceways (their supplier for all-things 1/32 scale for their racing program) for a Porsche Challenge race!

    The write-up will come soon. A challenging Porsche Challenge race was held on 7/30 with racers from Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse in attendance. The cars provided are from the NSR "Return to Race" program with all NSR-supplied parts. The cars were divided up to the entrants by a lottery and fun was had by all.

    After the Porsche Challenge race, a few people stayed behind to partake in an NSR support race with NSR F1's. The cars performed admirably and a close race was had, with 4 laps separating the field. The participants agreed that the F1 race should be a headlining event in the future.

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