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Edmonton WCICS Info (November 6, 7 and 8)

Old 10-04-2009, 07:41 AM
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Edmonton LEG of WCICS

November 6th, 7th, 8th


Tables and chairs provided, but you will need to bring your extensions cords

Classes that will be run are
Mini
GT Class
Touring Stock
Touring Super Stock
World GT
12th Scale Stock
12th Scale Super Stock (10.5 brushless/19.5 brushed or slower)
(rules for each as set out by WCICS)

Friday
Setup starts at 1pm for the Edmonton Club members who volunteered to help

Practice starts at 6 pm and ends at 11 pm
Assigned times for each class during this practice time

Saturday
Doors open at 7:30 am
Registration 7:30 am to 9:30 am
Concourse 9:30 am
Drivers Meeting 9:45am

Racing 10:00am

Re-Sort after 2nd round of racing


Sunday
Doors open at 7:30 am

Racing starts at 9:00 am
Last chance qualifier then mains

Registration costs is for the Edmonton Leg of WCICS event is

First Class $25.00
Second $15.00
Third $10.00

Also as a reminder traction compound must be citrus based.

For more info or to ask questions regarding WCICS overall please see main thread.
http://www.rctech.net/forum/canadian...cs-thread.html

If any changes come up will make change to this post.

Any questions regarding the event in Edmonton please feel free to post in this thread, and we will do our best to get you an answer asap.

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Uhh, fairly certain TC SS is still 13.5t.
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Sorry about that did my edit to those details to quick, should have had them details beside the 12th Super Stock not Touring SS. Thanks for pointing that out as quick as you did.
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I cannot wait for this race, there will be alot of guys there that got alot faster since last year. It will definately be tough to put it in the a-main this year. See you guys soon.
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Questions:

Race fees per class?
Max number of classes allowed to run?
Is there going to be a GT class?

Thank you,

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I'm super stoked for this race too. About 80% sure I'll be able to make it. Not sure if anyone else from Grande Prairie is going to be able to make it or not, but hopefully at least one of us will. I've only ever ran on carpet once and we'll probably only have one or two races before this race, so it should be a great learning experience for me! Hopefully my car will work as well on carpet as it did on asphalt, even though I have no clue what I'm doing when it comes to onroad, lol! I'll be running stock and super stock touring I think, and maybe GT as well.
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Originally Posted by BoneCrusher View Post

Is there going to be a GT class?

Thank you,

Ivan
I also wonder bout this, as this is the only class I am running this year.

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Classes that will be run are
Mini
Touring Stock
Touring Super Stock
World GT
12th Scale Stock
12th Scale Super Stock (10.5 brushless/19.5 brushed or slower)
(rules for each as set out by WCICS)
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Yeah great. Thanks So GT is out then. Have fun at the race all.

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Why no GT class?

NOT World GT...GT as in silvercan touring car. This was a very popular class last year and as far as I know it's still in the rule set for WCICS.

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Originally Posted by Hyper_Mike View Post
Why no GT class?

NOT World GT...GT as in silvercan touring car. This was a very popular class last year and as far as I know it's still in the rule set for WCICS.

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and if I recall in Calgary is was voted no TC bodies for this year.

from WCICS website
GT class
Silver can motor
On-road rubber tires
Any WCICS legal battery pack, including Li-Po
Any on-road 1/10th scale RC vehicle
No touring carbodies allowed includes Mazda 6s, Stratus, DNAs, Mohawks, etc
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I wouldn't be getting all wound up about it guys.
it's most likely just an oversight.
easily done when they are trying to organise a whole weekends worth of racing.

+ like always, so long as enough of pretty much any class turn up, it'll be a go.

but for the guys who do run GT ( the silver can class) remember it is GT, not Touring car, so use your imaginations on the body types and have some fun with them !

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Is this going to also be for pre-registration? I hope the silver can gt is still in....I built a car just for this class!!!

Can't wait,
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+1 for GT... Maybe Corwin is assuming World GT is the same as GT.
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Exclamation Re....STOKED!!!!

WOW....STOKED!!!!! I haven't heard that since my surfin days when we smoked reefer under the Imperial Beach pier in San Diego, and Anette sang "where the boys are". Man....I'm old. But STOKED and Cool are still in!!

The OLD FART....BE Brad!!!
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