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Old 05-16-2007, 04:52 PM
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Hey everyone.
There is nothing around in melbourne with any 1/16th or 1/18th offroad

Is there a possibility Knox might run an event?
Theres quite a few car chioces available,

RC18t
Mini Inferno
M18 Xray!

I'm sure there would be enough people.
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Old 05-16-2007, 05:25 PM
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dude im sure if you approach the fuhrer or anyone from the knox club, with enough drivers to form a class, they will cater....
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I can't see a problem with it.

The track is much to rough at the moment.
We're working on that though.
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I went myself yesterday and it went quite well.
But yeah the only problem i could see was the hard floor under.

I will help out if you need to setup the track.

We just have to get some rough dirt.

I reckon there will be some places where they need to get rid of the dirt from their place.
We could get it for free.

What ya reckon? I am willing to help!
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Plans are already underway for track refurbishment.
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Do u need a hand?
I love shovelling dirt around

We need a way for it to stay on the track a bit longer
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i think the idea is for a hard surface.... without loose dirt on it.....
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tt01-demon.......

Your offer for help is appreciated and noted.

Being a Knox club member is crucial for you to help us, shovel dirt around.....

However, if per chance you were to injure yourself, or another person, not being a member may cause some unpleasantness.

Drop down on Sunday say hello and join up! That's the best thing to do champo.

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Hi tt01
Mini's are cool but a out door track seams to eat them....I feel they are more suited for in door and that would be a blast !!!! come down to the track and meet up with the guys as 1/10 electric is going booming again,and having Keilor up and going,you now have a choice of two "electric blasting" venue's.....watch a 1/10 race and see what it is all about

and bring ya mini down too

see ya timmey

Ps...Dirt track is always rough...one reason being out doors in the weather,..it does break down after time...but thanks for your offer of help.
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