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Old 12-16-2019, 02:46 PM
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Hi All

Welcome to the 2020 Campbelltown Hobbies NSW EP10 Off Road Club series. An early start to 2020 with Southern Highlands getting us underway in late February. Building on the success of 2019 series the 2020 Series will create an even more competitive and enjoyable series.

We are excited that Campbelltown Hobbies has once again join us as our major sponsor and encourage competitors to support them.

Event to be run under AARCMCC rules other than changes below.

Dates:

Club Series Round 1, Southern Highlands 23rd February

Club Series Round 2, Castle Hill 29th March

Club Series Round 3, Maitland 17th May

Club Series Round 4, St Ives 26th July

Club Series Round 5, Ryde 30th August


Note: AARCMCC NSW State Championships to be held in June Long Weekend @ Ryde.


Classes:

Junior 2wd stock
2wd Stock
2wd Modified
4wd Stock
4wd Modified


Tyres are open for all classes.

As with all major meets there is no cross entering between Stock and Mod classes.

Racing format: 2020

Remaining with AARMCC race format, three qualifiers of 5 minutes’ duration and three mains of 5-minutes duration for ‘A” Finals.

B and C finals have two 5 minute finals, this may be reduce on time.

Drivers briefing at 7.15am, racing to commence at 730am.

Entry fees reduced to $20 for first class and $15 for second class
No trophies will be awarded at individual rounds (except for medallions for juniors) but end of year trophies will still be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd in each class.

Maximum 2 entries per driver

Max heats

Junior stock = 1 heat
2wd stock = 3 heats
2wd mod = 3 heats
4wd stock = 3 heats
4wd mod = 3 heats


Entry Process:
Note the entry process remains the same but each club will run their own entry site, keep an eye on the Club Series Facebook page for associated links.

When entries are opened, each club will have a guaranteed 2 entries per heat for the first week, eg in 2wd stock each club has a guaranteed 6 entries available, the system won’t let people enter once that limit has been reached. After 1 week, entries will be opened up for anyone to enter.

Points System: will stay the same as it was last year using the MotoGP method,

1st 25 points

2nd 20 points

3rd 16 points

4th 13 points

5th 11 points

6th 10 points

7th 9 points

8th 8 points

9th 7 points

10th 6 points

11th 5 points

12th 4 points

13th 3 points

14th 2 points

15th 1 point

The only exception to that will be when a class has 10 or fewer competitors, the club points will be allocated using the F1 points scoring system however the drivers point allocation will remain as the MotoGP. No dropped round.


Stock will run under AARCMCC rules, Open 17.5 for 2WD Stock & 13.5 for 4WD Stock (Both Blinky)

Good luck in 2020

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I wish you had a truggy class
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I wish we would go back to the fixed timing AARCMCC 17.5 motor for 2wd and a fixed timing for 13.5 stock 4wd. Then have a 0 degree speed controller. As far as I am concerned what we have now is not Stock Racing. If you want to go faster race in Modified.
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Not only that, Stock Racing is becoming to expensive in comparison to Mod. I am sorry but I just had to have my say on this situation. This is how I feel about it.
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Fair point Wheel Nut. Current 17.5 and 13.5 has left less gap between 'stock' and mod. Although I will say the good mod drivers are still showing the level of skill required at the top end. But the clubs and their members were offered a vote by RCRA and the majority went for what we have. Don't think we will have a change for some time as the RCRA elect tried hard against a lot of opposition to set up and keep the control motor idea going. But those opposing made a lot of noise to allow what we have now. Those for the control motor were rather quite. Suppose you never know how good something might be, until it is gone.
Current rules are what we have now so lets enjoy 2020 club series and hopefully all clubs can grow in members etc.
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Yes fair enough I suppose Andrew.,
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Information on the Club Series can also be found on Facebook via this link:

http://www.facebook.com/NSW-Club-Ser...38646416898639

Round 1 Entries will Open on 27 Jan 2020 via RC SignUp: https://www.rcsignup.com/index.cfm

Thus if you don't already have an account with RC SignUp it's time to get one. RC SignUp uses PayPal, which most racers should have!

If you have any issues please PM us and we'll do our best to help you out. We are giving you the early heads up for RC SignUp so you can have all your details setup before you try an enter an event. You'll need to do this first before you can enter an event. This includes entering details of your vehicles and their transponders etc.
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Round 1 Entries for the Campbelltown Hobbies NSW Club Series at Southern Highlands are now open:

https://www.rcsignup.com/tracks/disp...ck.cfm?ID=3202
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impossible to answer right now, but thoughts on what could happen re the 2020 Club Series .. NSW State Titles etc .. ?
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