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Old 12-06-2017, 09:16 PM   #1
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2018 Winter Riot will once again be held in the Quality Inn hotel in Jamestown,ND on Feb 16, 17, and 18. This year Paul Lemieux with Gravity R/C and Motiv has came on board as class sponsors along with Scott Jakes with Xenon USA and JFT tires have came on board as well. Very excited to have these new sponsored partnered up with us for the 2018 Winter Riot! We will get a block of rooms set up again at the Quality Inn early January. More info to come on the hotel rooms. We are doing rcsignup.com again. We have listed almost every class that has been ran in the area. Classes with at least 5 PAID entries by February 1st, 2018 will be ran. We need that time to allow for getting awards lined up and to us on time! So we are leaving it up to the drivers on what classes they want! We encourage everyone to use rcsignup.com.

17.5 stock 1/12 and 21.5 stock touring will be handout tires in both classes. More info to come at a later date. All other classes are bring your own tires.

SXT will once again be the official traction compound of the 2018 Winter Riot!

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Any questions contact Bryce or Tyler

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I assume no timing advance means blinky?
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I assume no timing advance means blinky?
Really?
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Yes no timing advance mean Blinky which all classes will follow. Even if we get enough to sign up for 1/12 mod itíll be Blinky esc, open motor.

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This is a "must go"! Great race y'all.
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Could have been a handout motor or a fixed timing motor.
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Could have been a handout motor or a fixed timing motor.
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I'd really love to come race with you guys Might be able to make it out this time
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Are the tires 21.5 tires the same that were used at the MIC in Marshall? I know that I need to purchase at track, but just wondering for Practice.
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Are the tires 21.5 tires the same that were used at the MIC in Marshall? I know that I need to purchase at track, but just wondering for Practice.
Going to be the current tire gravity RC is selling. IIC spec type c is what I believe is what itís called. Iím working on a rules sheet and itíll be posted here and on PRCP onroad racing Facebook page soon. All great questions keep them coming guys!
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