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Old 08-11-2008, 11:18 AM   #46
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I have an offer for 6 people to cover one entry fee each for the Regionals this weekend:

You must be at the lot by 7:00AM on Saturday.
You must help pack out the trailer and assemble the track.

email me at [email protected]

Thanks!
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I have an offer for 6 people to cover one entry fee each for the Regionals this weekend:

You must be at the lot by 7:00AM on Saturday.
You must help pack out the trailer and assemble the track.

email me at [email protected]

Thanks!
Is this going to turn into a race to the track? I can make it there as long as I'm gaurenteed a spot. Don't want to be the 7th person there and end up just looking around.
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:27 AM   #48
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...like it says, email me at [email protected]
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Old 08-11-2008, 11:28 AM   #49
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...like it says, email me at [email protected]
Opps...missed that part...
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Old 08-12-2008, 08:58 PM   #50
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Been reading everyones thanks, I wish to thank you all to. But I never saw Larrys name in there and from what I see at these races,hes the one running around crazy fixxing things and maintaining stuff. I hate when people worthy of thanks miss out. Again,thankyou all, some more I probably didnt mention and I appologize. And thank goodness For Chaplin Kawasaki to. see you all this weekend
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Anybody know what the dimensions of the track will be? i.e. straight, length, width?
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Anybody know what the dimensions of the track will be? i.e. straight, length, width?
We're going to use every board we have for the perimeter...200 x 90
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Ralph are the entries filled? for 200mm? pm me or give me a call
Oscar

BTW If anyone wants to run 200mm and don't have time to put one together I have one for sale. follow link http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...uch-space.html
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Ralph are the entries filled? for 200mm? pm me or give me a call
Oscar

BTW If anyone wants to run 200mm and don't have time to put one together I have one for sale. follow link http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...uch-space.html
I thought registration was going to be at the track....please don't tell me it's filled...
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any ona know of any hotels ?
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We never had time for pre registration. It all came together last minute.
There will be plenty of room for all that want to come and race.
No need to pre register.
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As Andrew stated, we did not do pre-registration so you can sign up on Saturday morning. All are welcome to race...as long as you're ROAR legal. We'll be checking dimensions, weight and tank capacity. Bring your ROAR card or buy membership at the track..

Here a a few hotels that were recommended by Grand Prix New York. I did not negotiate these rates so please mention GPNY.

La Quinta Inn & Suites Armonk
15 minutes away
$120/night

Marriot, Danbury CT
30 minutes away
$99/night
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Quick question guys, for a ROAR legal weight does the car need to be 1725g with the body off or on?
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Quick question guys, for a ROAR legal weight does the car need to be 1725g with the body off or on?
Body on and ready to race, tank empty. We will tech the cars after the qualifying run.
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ROAR 1/8 Scale On-road Fuel (IFMAR Class)
Pg 71, Rule 9.4.8.1 chart: Weight 4WD = 2525 g

1/10 Scale .12 On-road Fuel Touring Car 4WD (IFMAR class)
Weight 4WD = 1725 g
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