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Old 12-01-2007, 03:34 AM   #1
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Hello, the next year the European Champioship is comming to Spain, a good wheather, beachs, girls, ...welll this other history, ;-D , well our interest are in the small electric cars, go to a very fast speeds, je,je,...
This is the poster, make for the organization, for the tyres use in the champioship.


Sorry, I have not remembered to thank Crish Aston by how well it has done, the poster is make for he.
and this is the web, in construction, at momment, but is there any information in pdf.

http://www.nitro15.org/ec2008/

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Old 12-01-2007, 06:21 AM   #2
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Track looks great and the weather will probably be hot as hell, but at least the chance of rain will hopefully be quite low
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Is the track run clockwise or counter-clockwise?
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Old 12-01-2007, 12:54 PM   #4
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The track is run counter-clockwise, and is all is normal, the weather are very hot, the track is probable to raise 60ēC+, the boxes will be in a sports hall, and it's usually much more fresh.
I hope not to have to use the wheels of rain, but ...

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What temp tire. If its real hot. Just curious.
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Niiice!!
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Old 12-01-2007, 01:26 PM   #7
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The tyres is tested , but always is possible any mistakes.
For information, the tyre is the same Sorex 36 compounds, but with a mousse C, and Rev-Lite hard rim, and were tested at 65 ° in the asphalt.
In other hand, the new rules of Efra, allow use 5 sets of wheels, i hope that do not have problems.

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The tyres is tested , but always is possible any mistakes.
For information, the tyre is the same Sorex 36 compounds, but with a mousse C, and Rev-Lite hard rim, and were tested at 65 ° in the asphalt.
In other hand, the new rules of Efra, allow use 5 sets of wheels, i hope that do not have problems.

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36 sounds good and I know they are great tires.
Around here they force rp27 and when it gets hot they suck. We used to run what you brung and the Sorex 32 and 36 were a great choice. Have fun and the poster is excellent I WISH I COULD BE THERE.
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Same combination was used in EC at Denmark or Sweden with way colder conditions

Tire choice is very good
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