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Old 07-02-2011, 11:57 PM   #241
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BSMOOTH: Sorry I missed your questions, Bill has it right.

Sponsors get resereved spaces for the team members. If there are racers who want to try and pit together, then I do our best to accomodate it. but we have plenty of room and everyone gets a pit space.


WEIGHT LIMITS: I will have those posted later this week for everyone.

Let me know if you guys have any other questions,

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Old 07-03-2011, 03:09 AM   #242
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A certain racer at Nor-Cal Hobbies who dominates at F-1 would love to see the class at this year's IIC.

Soooooooo...There will be no more excuses for you Fernando...

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Rubber tire for F1? What motors and batteries would we have to use? Hope it's not tamiya rules
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Old 07-03-2011, 08:25 AM   #245
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Rubber tire for F1? What motors and batteries would we have to use? Hope it's not tamiya rules
The UF1 guys are behind this.

They don't care for TCS rules either.

2s, 21.5 blinky, 180mm, aka F-104 width. Modern "Realistic" looking F1 cars.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/racing-f...rmula-one.html
http://uf1series.com/index.html
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Old 07-03-2011, 12:03 PM   #246
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I'm pretty interested in F1 myself but haven't decided yet. I have a F109 right now setup with the F104 front suspension and tires but I'm not really happy with the way I have it setup so that would likely mean building a whole new F104 piece meal and I'm not so sure I want to do that yet.
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The UF1 guys are behind this.

They don't care for TCS rules either.

2s, 21.5 blinky, 180mm, aka F-104 width. Modern "Realistic" looking F1 cars.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/racing-f...rmula-one.html
http://uf1series.com/index.html
I like it .what about F103 is that in the width that you talk about. rubber tires and i am all in. same set up we allready run here in Fl, Ron H,
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Old 07-03-2011, 07:33 PM   #248
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so any rubber tires, or it is goin to be control tires also?
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I'm pretty interested in F1 myself but haven't decided yet. I have a F109 right now setup with the F104 front suspension and tires but I'm not really happy with the way I have it setup so that would likely mean building a whole new F104 piece meal and I'm not so sure I want to do that yet.
I always wanted to wrench for a F-1 jock...
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I just wanted to chime in here concerning the F1 class...

Hiro was kind enough to talk to Scotty Ernst and he's willing to add the class if he feels we can get 20 guys to register... As of now we have 9 people committed to this class and Mike Rydwell of Exotek will be sponsoring the class...

If your interested in racing F1 please add your name to this list:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/racing-f...ml#post9334552

The class will follow the UF1 Realistic specs... 21.5 motor, non boost ESC, any F1 rubber tires, 180mm maximum width, realistic F1 body and wings, 2 Wheel Rear drive...

We just need to show Scotty we can get at least 20 folks in on this...
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So basically, you'll have the wider/lighter /3racing cars racing against heavier/narrower Tamiya F1s.

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I just wanted to chime in here concerning the F1 class...

Hiro was kind enough to talk to Scotty Ernst and he's willing to add the class if he feels we can get 20 guys to register... As of now we have 9 people committed to this class and Mike Rydwell of Exotek will be sponsoring the class...

If your interested in racing F1 please add your name to this list:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/racing-f...ml#post9334552

The class will follow the UF1 Realistic specs... 21.5 motor, non boost ESC, any F1 rubber tires, 180mm maximum width, realistic F1 body and wings, 2 Wheel Rear drive...

We just need to show Scotty we can get at least 20 folks in on this...
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are the jaco tires were going to be using the blues with prism wheels like the old ones or the new jacos with the yokomo dish wheel that were ran at birds?
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So basically, you'll have the wider/lighter /3racing cars racing against heavier/narrower Tamiya F1s.
From my understanding they have limited the width to that of the F104 so to run the 3Racing car you would have to convert the front suspension to the F104. Otherwise I'd run the lighter, wider, shorter F103
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So basically, you'll have the wider/lighter /3racing cars racing against heavier/narrower Tamiya F1s.
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The class will follow the UF1 Realistic specs... 21.5 motor, non boost ESC, any F1 rubber tires, 180mm maximum width, realistic F1 body and wings, 2 Wheel Rear drive...
Not sure the 3 Racing car is lighter, the 104 is not real heavy in the first place.
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