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Old 03-06-2005, 02:37 PM
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Thumbs up Over Geared Racing B.O.D./ Apollo Hobbies 2005 Outdoor season

Over Geared Racing B.O.D.
[email protected] (Ramil)
[email protected] (Jesse)
[email protected] (Chris AKA Shoi Lim)
[email protected] (Nospoom)
[email protected] (Lewis)
[email protected] (Eriq)

is proud to provide racing for the upcomming 2005 summer season at:

Apollo Hobbies
8441 Lougheed Hwy. Burnaby, B.C.
604-421-4182
www.apollohobbies.com

1st club race date:
April 3, 2005 (weather permitting)
Track open for practice 9AM
1st qualifying round starts at 12 noon
min. 3 rounds of qualifying, 1 main (barring any complication)
IFMAR sytle qualifying with bump-ups for the main

Sponsored by:
RC Pro Shop
Richmond, B.C.
604-270-1687
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Old 03-06-2005, 02:53 PM
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You heard right!
Here are some of the gorry details...


Future dates after April 3 will be confirmed soon. Most likely every 2 weeks starting from April 3.

Tables, chairs and power are very limited in quantity, so 1st come 1st serve. Please be prepared to bring your own table, chairs, extention cords, power bar and possibly tent.
Over flow pit are to be announced at a later date.

Apollo Hobbies makes track available for practice starting Friday evening and Saturday. Track fees will be in effect.
You can take advantage of this to set your car up before the race Sunday. Use it!

Parking areas have reservations for surrounding business.
Watch the signs and be mindful of their business. You do not want to be towed.
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And yes all you gas guys too, get your nitro burners off the shelf.

The track will be able to accomodate for 1/10 touring nitro.




*** here is a question to put out.................

Would anyone be interested in running 1/12scale on road. Yes, it will be on foams. 8mins.

Let's hear some feed back.............I would be in to run in this class
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Originally posted by jzone
And yes all you gas guys too, get your nitro burners off the shelf.

The track will be able to accomodate for 1/10 touring nitro.




*** here is a question to put out.................

Would anyone be interested in running 1/12scale on road. Yes, it will be on foams. 8mins.

Let's hear some feed back.............I would be in to run in this class
Heem.....12scale.....
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Old 03-06-2005, 11:34 PM
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Default 12th scale :D

I've been tempted once again

Knowing only apollo has a smooth track that can run 12th scale, I might just join in ha ha ha! downside woul be have to give up one car

anyways still hope this class progresses!

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The best way to get the class going if your interested is to post your interest here to get others knowing your intentions.

You do need to follow up by attending the races with your ride ready for action.

If you just wait until others get things going first before you join then most likely the class not flurish.


Over Geared B.O.D. is always looking to better the racing scene and we have adjusted things to accomodate this.

Jesse has shown interest for 12 scale. If you also want this to happen, please join the conversation and most of all show your participation.

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all we need is 5) 1/12scales to get the party going..............

Common guys. I saw so many CRC cars out there.

FYI.....This class is being run in the ROAR Regional Race in Oregon in April 1,2,3 weekend

We could also invite the boys from Victoria to bring 'em out here

just thoughts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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Originally posted by jzone
all we need is 5) 1/12scales to get the party going..............

Common guys. I saw so many CRC cars out there.

FYI.....This class is being run in the ROAR Regional Race in Oregon in April 1,2,3 weekend

We could also invite the boys from Victoria to bring 'em out here

just thoughts,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Got a spare car I can borrow??.. I know I got a servo for it....
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we'll look around for you........................
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hey what moters are you planing on runing in 12th scale

cause its seems to a big deal with the "victoria boys"

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12th scale....open modifieds?.....tempting....6 cells or 4 cells?....
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4 cell cause most of the 12th scale cars only have enouf room for 4 cells thats what most of the cars in victorua are set up for
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Default 1/12 scale

hey guys I am in for 12 scale
Lets do mod with 4 cells
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thats what im talking about
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Put Up or Shut Up! He, he, he.

I like the sound of that. 12 scale, 4 cell, open mod.

Anyone got an extra car for me too?
I already have the servo saver for it.
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