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Old 12-11-2009, 04:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Maverick CR View Post
The 2009 OFR Driver Rankings are out.

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really good to see St Ives drivers at the pointy end of the list, well done to all that made the list, as for me, I have written on one of my car bodies "Keep cuttin' laps" signed by the great M'G'H
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What does OFR stand for?
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What does OFR stand for?
Yea I'm wondering that too and how are these results compiled as I shouldn't be in the top 10 with Stock truck plus with Tom Matley winning the NSW State titles in Stock Truck he doesn't feature except in Mod Truck??

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Old 12-12-2009, 12:19 AM
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Default Short Course Truck Rules - 2010

Hi Everyone,

Have a preliminary set of rules for SCT in 2010.
This will give us a starting point to develop rules as required.
Could one of the IT guys please post this on the website.
(Thanks to AARCMCC for there assistance)

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Old 12-12-2009, 12:36 AM
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Originally Posted by muzza_t View Post
Yea I'm wondering that too and how are these results compiled as I shouldn't be in the top 10 with Stock truck plus with Tom Matley winning the NSW State titles in Stock Truck he doesn't feature except in Mod Truck??

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Hey Muzz,

I was wondering who would be the first to ask "how are these results compiled". I was warned that this would be one of those areas where you can please some of the people some of the time. The formula was passed on from another area of RC along with a couple of other prerequisites.........
2. If you raced Mod, you don't qualify for Stock.
3. The points are calculated to 1 decimal place
4. Minimum 3 competition events attended (or half the total competition events where all classes were represented).

That was the basis for compilation along with rewarding those drivers for consistency during the season.

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What does OFR stand for?
OFR - Off-Road

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Cool thanks Mav, sweet i'm in the top 10!!

Thanks for a great 1st years racing in Oz Mav and all your hard work with the Club Series. Hopefully 2010 I'll be able to actually keep racing all year and not get into trouble at home


Also Mav, in regards to the SCT rules, you may need to adjust the inner wheel diameter as the early beadlock wheels were 2.2 in and out as as were the 1st generation Proline switch tyres. The width of the wheels havent changed.

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Originally Posted by Maverick CR View Post
4. Minimum 3 competition events attended (or half the total competition events where all classes were represented).

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I attended 2 rainouts at Maitland, surely that must count for something

Oh well maybe I'll make the top 10 next year
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Old 12-12-2009, 01:34 AM
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Originally Posted by muzza_t View Post
Cool thanks Mav, sweet i'm in the top 10!!

Thanks for a great 1st years racing in Oz Mav and all your hard work with the Club Series. Hopefully 2010 I'll be able to actually keep racing all year and not get into trouble at home


Also Mav, in regards to the SCT rules, you may need to adjust the inner wheel diameter as the early beadlock wheels were 2.2 in and out as as were the 1st generation Proline switch tyres. The width of the wheels havent changed.

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Thanks Muzz,

2010 Should be good as we already have a 5 round Club Series / Drivers C'Ship (possibly even 6).
With the Clash & The State titles, we should see some great competition.

btw, could you expand on your inner wheel diameter comment. I'm looking over the dimensions, and I'm not sure I'm on the same page (probably because I'm half asleep).
2.2" - 56mm
3.0" - 77mm

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Old 12-12-2009, 01:37 AM
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Originally Posted by RacerEd View Post
I attended 2 rainouts at Maitland, surely that must count for something

Oh well maybe I'll make the top 10 next year
It does count for something Ed. Both practice days were great.
We're in the running for the 2009 'committed to RC' award.
Otherwise known as 'you guys are crazy'!

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Originally Posted by RacerEd View Post
I attended 2 rainouts at Maitland, surely that must count for something

Oh well maybe I'll make the top 10 next year
As was told to me..... "keep cuttin' laps"
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Originally Posted by Maverick CR View Post
Thanks Muzz,

2010 Should be good as we already have a 5 round Club Series / Drivers C'Ship (possibly even 6).
With the Clash & The State titles, we should see some great competition.

btw, could you expand on your inner wheel diameter comment. I'm looking over the dimensions, and I'm not sure I'm on the same page (probably because I'm half asleep).
2.2" - 56mm
3.0" - 77mm

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Doh! Sorry Mav, you have it right, I didn't read the 'MAX' part of the dimensions, you're all good

Roll on 2010!!!
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Old 12-14-2009, 10:37 PM
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How many SCT drivers do we have at St Ives?

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Anyone else get an error when trying to open the sct 2010 rules pdf?
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Hey guys

I am certain I'm getting my SC10 kit for Christmas and was wondering what would be a good ESC/Motor combo that would work well with the SC10 as I am buying my 2nd DX3R receiver soon and want to know how much I am looking for a good combo... Also what "class" is the MOST popular theerfore getting the most consistent entry's as I also considered the AE T4 truck...

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