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Old 09-28-2011, 06:42 PM   #526
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Yes i think this is the one i noted ,( young guy with a Shumacher in mod??)
If so i was in this drivers heat and heard it go in the warm up for that race.

Like i said with the speed of the cars and the nature of the layout , i think the failure rate is pretty remarkable.
Yes, that's the one, just bad luck I guess.

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Old 09-28-2011, 08:13 PM   #527
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Not sure who has said what, but I did not see or have any issues with the tire /gluing.

DC is correct.....

I can't see a problem with them for the titles Lars.

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Good to see such positive comments from those that participated in the event, and congratulations to the organisers and participants.

I have one question; we are using the same control tires at the ORRCA - AARCMCC Queensland titles this year. There is a rumour going around in Brisbane that the there was a problem with tires becoming unglued at the FEMCA event. I don't believe the rumour; but to set things straight, could anyone that know more about his issue please comment?

It is probably not the right forum to discuss the merits of tires for the Qld titles, but the question is directed to those that competed here, and it would reach all those at this forum. Any comment would be welcome.

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Old 09-28-2011, 08:16 PM   #528
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Just wanted to say thanks for a well run event. Brad and his team worked hard to have the best possible conditions for us all and Trevor and Linda were fantastic making sure we were all looked after!

Only the weather beat us....but you get that.

Job well done guys and girls!!!

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Old 09-29-2011, 03:23 AM   #529
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Yes a big thank you to all involved in putting on a great event,and to Linda and Trevor excellent work in keeping the days run smoothly, also Brad I'm sure your glad the weekends over you looked a little stressed. Jack and i had a great time and loved the track and hope to make it back there for another event.

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Just wanted to say thanks for a well run event. Brad and his team worked hard to have the best possible conditions for us all and Trevor and Linda were fantastic making sure we were all looked after!

Only the weather beat us....but you get that.

Job well done guys and girls!!!

Leonard.

Many thanks to Leonard and all of you that have replied to my question. It appears that the tires don't have problem with the gluing.

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Hi Guys,

did any one find/pick up a tyre box in the FEMCA tent after racing on Sunday?

The case is black with silver trimming and locks and contained Speed mind foam tyres for 1/12th.

We were pitting (standing in the pitts and looking at the track) on the left side along the back wall, same side as race control on the back wall.

If you have them, or know where they are please let me know.

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