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Old 08-26-2008, 04:15 AM   #31
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Jakarta International Twin Circuit, Indonesia.

whole day practicing : $7 + $3 tipping for turn marshall

sunday racing : $23
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Old 08-26-2008, 04:59 AM   #32
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Horsham (UK) indoor carpet curcuit 8ukp non member rates, 3 x 3minute qualifiers and 1 x 5 minute main. I think it equates to about $14/15???

they race 1/18, 1/12, mardave and off road 1/10th so there is many classes to make the racing for during the night so thats why the qualifying is so short, but the plus side is that it allows you to haul more gear ratio without the motor burning up so much.
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Old 08-26-2008, 05:15 AM   #33
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columbus oh, crcrc 15 for first class ,5 for second or third if u have one. off road of course. love that big air.
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Old 08-26-2008, 06:09 AM   #34
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As i guest this question was asked.

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Old 08-26-2008, 07:05 AM   #35
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I pay $40 membership @ the start of the year, & Then $6 each raceday.

Non Members is $10 each race day.
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:09 AM   #36
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+ $3 tipping for turn marshall
what?

Are the turn marshals not the racers, or are local kids/folk basically paid to turn marshal so none of the racers have to?
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:29 AM   #37
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outside Athens 10 and 15

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Old 08-26-2008, 07:40 AM   #38
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At STRICTLY RC in norridge, IL we pay $15 for unlimited classes
nice parking lot track with different layout each week. Also $15
for the indoor 1/18 track during winter months
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Old 08-26-2008, 07:54 AM   #39
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DISCLAIMER: My club is owned and operated 100% by its members, no hobby shop pays the bills, we have a 9000sqft indoor club that we somehow have kept for the past 4 years. Our prices reflect our costs to keep the doors open. If our membership grows our prices coudl drop. Bottom line we either use is or loose it.

Our club has 2 membership options:
a)12x $50 checks upfront
-12 month racing and practice all you can eat
-access to weekly racing year round,offroad,nitro,touring,12th. ect ect

b)100$ annual membership PAY AS YOU GO:
-indoor races $20
-indoor practice $15
-indoor crawling coming soon $15
-outdoor offroad 10$
-spec nitro 10$

You gotta pay to play
I dont think this is to bad for a facility that nice. You have a price for your hardcore guys, a price for your grazers and a price for the visitors.

You cant quite justify that for your small local clubs, or parking lot clubs, but for that much space it sounds great.
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Dayton / Cincinnati

Outdoor Parking Lot - $8 unlimited classes (+$35 for tires every 1-2 weeks)

Indoor Carpet - $16 per class
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Outdoor Parking Lot - $8 unlimited classes (+$35 for tires every 1-2 weeks)

Indoor Carpet - $16 per class
How many racers sign up for the parking lot racing?

Do you have to buy your tires only from the track at 35 bucks each time?
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Members: Senior: 5 Junior: 2.50
Non-Members: (maximum 3 meetings) Senior 7 Junior: 4.50
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How many racers sign up for the parking lot racing?

Do you have to buy your tires only from the track at 35 bucks each time?
We usually get between 20-30 entries on a weekly basis. That jumps up a bit for the bigger races. Our track is in a parking lot infront of a strip mall.
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How many racers sign up for the parking lot racing?

Do you have to buy your tires only from the track at 35 bucks each time?
No - tires are open. People can buy them as often as they want, from where they want, and what they want. I just typically buy them every 1-2 weeks so I factored that into the cost of racing.

As JCarr said around 20-30 per week. Electric TC (2 classes) are by far our largest classes.
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No - tires are open. People can buy them as often as they want, from where they want, and what they want. I just typically buy them every 1-2 weeks so I factored that into the cost of racing.

As JCarr said around 40 per week. Electric TC (2 classes) are by far our largest classes.
Thanks, forgot to respond to that part. TC is the biggest but pan is gaining.
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