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Old 06-05-2013, 11:42 AM   #61
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Scotty is working on the Spec Grand Touring class (just needs to finalize a few more things). Handout tires will be JACO just like past years.

World GT 13.5 will be No Boost. The page should be updated to reflect that change. As someone mentioned prior, only Modified is allowed boost.

World GT Modified will be 1S.

All World GT classes will be handout tires, just like the sedan classes.

You can mail in payment but unfortunately I do not know the address at this time. I will find out and have Scotty post it and I will get it on the site too.

In regards to a cap on entries I will have to find out for sure. However, my goal is to get everyone out of the hall around 8:00 so you can enjoy the night life that Vegas has to offer.
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Will MRT transponders still work this year or did you "upgrade" the loop?
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Old 06-05-2013, 07:15 PM   #63
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Will MRT transponders still work this year or did you "upgrade" the loop?
I just sent my payment and asked Scotty the same question in the Paypal note. I may have a different transponder number by then.

Also, through Paypal I could only sign up for one class. I chose Stock 17.5. No problems with pp taking my money. I have unexplained scratches on my arm. Seems pp came through the phone and took money too quick.
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Old 06-07-2013, 08:44 AM   #64
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Could someone post the breakdown of the registration fees? Did not see it on the IIC site.


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Old 06-07-2013, 03:37 PM   #65
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In the past what was included was a set of tires, a body, an event tshirt, a free racers buffet, and a grab bag from event sponsors ( usually icluding things like solder double sided tape body clean and things of that nature).

Not sure what all is included this time around, and would kind of like to know myself
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Old 06-07-2013, 05:34 PM   #67
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Can someone please post what the class prices are?
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Old 06-07-2013, 05:39 PM   #68
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only missed 2010 due do to work, not going to happen again. had the best race of my life last year in the "A" main in vegas. see if I can repeat!!!!
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Can someone please post what the class prices are?
175 for the first class 100 for the second
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Can someone please post what the class prices are?
I haven't seen a published entry fee list for this year yet, but I can tell you what I was charged when I signed up this year.

1st class - Amateur $195
2nd class - Spec GT $100
3rd class - F1 $100

In years past, Amateur has been the most expensive because it has hand out tires and motor. Classes that only have hand out tires were a little less, and classes with no hand outs were cheaper still. Last year, Spec GT had hand out tires, motor and ESC's. in order to keep costs down in this class, the motor and ESC had to be turned in at the end of the race. If you decided you wanted to keep the motor and ESC, you could do so for an additional fee.

Your 1st class is full price. Additional classes are discounted.

Sorry I can't give a full price list. If anyone else who has entered would care to share what they paid and help these guys out, that would be cool.

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Class #1 (Primary) 1/12 Scale 13.5 $160

Class #2 World GT 13.5 $80
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I'm going to guess that there isn't a "race three the rest are free" policy at the IIC?
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I'm going to guess that there isn't a "race three the rest are free" policy at the IIC?
You can sign up for more
Discount is same for 2 or more

Only take the "Hit" on the first entry

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This year I paid $175 for stock 17.5 class. My second class would cost an additional $100.

Last year it was the same price. For my entry last year I got $100 worth in my grab bag. It was a TC body, a set of race ready wheels, wire, 2 sided tape, body cleaner spray, a bunch of stickers, and others items that I can't recall. I also had a all I could eat dinner on Monday. Tuesday night I enjoyed good tasting all I could eat tacos (sorry to those that may have ended up on the short end of it, ). I don't drink beer or I would of had that too. I enjoyed a week of help, support, learning, race advise which we all want. Racing in great indoor weather (AC of course). Watching some of the best racers in the world going at it. World class announcing by Scotty. Made a few new friends while hanging out with current ones. I can't recall everything but covered quite a bit of what I received for my entry. That sounds pretty good to me.

Thanks Scotty and crew for having this great event again. Can't wait for this year's event.


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Monday night dinner


Another Monday night shot


Some of my Monday night dinner


Tuesday night Meet and greet


Tacos from Tuesday's meet and greet
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I recommend the meet-and-greet highly, it is free but bring some cash to tip the beer guy.
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