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Old 11-30-2006, 08:10 AM
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Default 2007 AARCMCC WA Electric Onroad State Titles

Perth Radio Electric Car Club will be holding the 2007 WA state titles.
The event will be running on the 16th - 18th of March. Since this is a indoor carpet track no rainday is needed.

Classes to be run include:

Stock
19t
Modified
1/12th

540 (support class)

The chosen control tire is Take Off CS22 with medium insert with speedmind dish rims.

No traction compounds are to be used.

The club website will be updated shortly with more info

http://www.precc.org.au/
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Awesome. I really enjoy carpet racing and can't wait to have a huge event. Lets hope the majority of PRECC, Ryper and Bunbury members as well as everyone else who comes out of the woodwork comes so that we can have the biggest state titles in recent years.
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Awesome, I'll just go run and book that weekend off!

Don't even think about moving that date, or I'll have to kill everybody

Edit: Just out of curiousity, the program would be?

16th: Practice
17th: Qualifying
18th: Qualifying/Finals

Can we use any sets of unused/unglued CS22/Speedmind rims that we have lying around, as long as we glued them in front of and handed them into one of the race organisers? Or do they have to be purchased through the organisers?

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Tyres have to be purchased from the club:

3.8.6 All tyres used for the event should be supplied from the same manufactured batch wherever possible. Competitors will purchase the tyres through the host club at the race meeting. Pricing will be at a fair value and tyres will be available at the event.
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Some questions to the club: (not trying to start any arguments, but I'm curious)

When roughly is the track layout expected to be changed? (early 07?)

Will the PRECC 5mm ride height rule apply for this event (or is there another ride height? or perhaps no ruling?)

Can the speedmind rims be drilled out with air holes, if yes, how many, what size, and will a rim drilling area (and drill) be provided?

Will tables and chairs be hired/provided for this event? Or is it BYO as per club meetings? byo table? or both?

Will all finals race "starts" be filmed on video camera (for jump starts)?

What are the dates/arrangements for practice? (like Dan said, whats the scheduled?)

Does the Club have a bank account I can deposit the funds into, or can I pay at a club meet?

Perhaps too early to be asking some of these questions....

Taa.. looking forward to it!
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The 5mm minimum ride hieght applies as we are racing on capet. As for all other questions they will be answered shortly. For the most up to date info visit the club website

http://www.precc.org.au/
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I notice that on Friday that the set-up only begins from 10am. Is there any chance of starting a little earlier, say 8am, so we can have 7 hours of practice from 9am, as opposed to 5 with a 11am start time?

I realise that a lot of people have to work, but I'm sure that there would be volunteers that would be keen to get there early for the chance of an extra 2 hours of practice.
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Q: When roughly is the track layout expected to be changed? (early 07?)

A: "The new track will be ready by the first meeting. It is being built during the off season"


Q: Will the PRECC 5mm ride height rule apply for this event (or is there another ride height? or perhaps no ruling?)

A: "Ride height will be strickly adhered to at minimum of 5mm"


Q: Can the speedmind rims be drilled out with air holes, if yes, how many, what size, and will a rim drilling area (and drill) be provided?

A: "As per AARCMCC rules"


Q: Will tables and chairs be hired/provided for this event? Or is it BYO as per club meetings? byo table? or both?

A: "Free. All will be provided"


Q: Will all finals race "starts" be filmed on video camera (for jump starts)?

A: "Yes, several camera's will be in place"


Q: What are the dates/arrangements for practice? (like Dan said, whats the scheduled?)

A: "Program avaliable on website"


Q: Does the Club have a bank account I can deposit the funds into, or can I pay at a club meet?

A: "We will accept payment and a receipt will be issued upon receipt of your entry forms/payment at any PRECC club meeting."

Q: I notice that on Friday that the set-up only begins from 10am. Is there any chance of starting a little earlier, say 8am, so we can have 7 hours of practice from 9am, as opposed to 5 with a 11am start time?
I realise that a lot of people have to work, but I'm sure that there would be volunteers that would be keen to get there early for the chance of an extra 2 hours of practice.


A: "Program has already been approved by AARCMCC."


For up to date information you can visit www.precc.org.au/states . I will try to keep it as up to date as possible. If you have any questions, post them in this topic or email [email protected]

I will put the questions and answers on the site.

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Is 1/12 limited to Pan cars or can I enter my T1M?
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Originally Posted by Pinion King
Q: I notice that on Friday that the set-up only begins from 10am. Is there any chance of starting a little earlier, say 8am, so we can have 7 hours of practice from 9am, as opposed to 5 with a 11am start time?
I realise that a lot of people have to work, but I'm sure that there would be volunteers that would be keen to get there early for the chance of an extra 2 hours of practice.


A: "Program has already been approved by AARCMCC."
Maybe some unofficial practice before the schedule starts? Surely that wouldn't offend AARCMCC...
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Originally Posted by nexxus
Is 1/12 limited to Pan cars or can I enter my T1M?
pan cars dude..
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A 1/12th Pan car on Take Off 22's. Now that'd be funny!
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Originally Posted by nexxus
A 1/12th Pan car on Take Off 22's. Now that'd be funny!
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Originally Posted by nexxus
A 1/12th Pan car on Take Off 22's. Now that'd be funny!
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Hi,
What motors will the 12th scale be using is it open.

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