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Old 12-05-2010, 06:14 AM
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HobbyTown USA, Lake in the Hills and TimeWarp Raceway are happy to announce the 2015-2016 Warp Series. This seasons Warp series will consist of 9 races with3 drops.

Race #1: Oct.10th
Race #2: Oct. 24th
Race #3: Nov. 14th
Race #4: Dec. 5th Winter Jam!!!
Race #5: Jan. 9th
Race #6: Jan. 23rd
Race #7: Feb. 6th
Race #8: Feb. 20th
Race #9: March 12th

Doors open at 9:00am
Racing at noon

Warp Series

Sportsman
Any 1/18 to 1/10 scale offroad vehicle
6-7 cell NiMah/NiCad or hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo
Drivers entered in sportsman may not race a second class.

Stock 2wd buggy
27 turn brushed or ROAR approved 17.5 turn brushless motor(D3.5 motor is allowed)
6 cell NiMah or hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo
Zero timing advance on the ESC (Blinky)

4wd Mod Buggy
Open motor and ESC
Hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo

4wd Buggy 13.5
Any ROAR approved 13.5 turn motor(D3.5 motor is allowed)
Hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo
Zero timing advance on the ESC (Blinky)

2wd Stock Short Course
27 turn brushed or ROAR approved 17.5 turn brushless motor(D3.5 motor is allowed)
6 cell NiMah or hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo
Zero timing advance on the ESC (Blinky)
Any made for SCT tire. No 1/8 Scale wheels/tires

2wd Mod Short Course
Open motor and ESC
6 cell NiMah or hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo
Any made for SCT tire. No 1/8 Scale wheels/tires

2wd Mod Buggy
Open motor and ESC
6 cell NiMah or hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo

4wd Short Course
Open motor and ESC
Hard case 7.4v 2 cell LiPo
Any made for SCT tire. No 1/8 Scale wheels/tires

Top three in points from these classes will get an award at series end.

Entry Fee will be
$15.00 1st class
$10.00 2nd class
$5.00 3rd class
Sportsman entry will be $10.00 or $5.00 for kids 10 years old and under
Entry for kids 14 years old and under not running sportsman will start at $10.00 for their 1st class


Thank you,
Shawn Conley
TimeWarp Raceway at
HobbyTown USA
Lake in the Hills

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Old 12-05-2010, 06:58 AM
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Now this is a great thing to wake up to!
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Old 12-05-2010, 07:44 AM
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Sweet!!! cant wait to participate in the races...I just have to finish my 1/8th Buggy
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Sweet!! What classes and rules are you going to run?
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Are you running 1/8th scale?
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No 1/8tg scale. Only 1/10th and smaller.
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If I don't burn all my spouse credits in doing so, I will be by today with my stock SCT hopefully right at the beginning of practice.

Thanks HobbyTown crew for this wonderful gift.
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AWESOME. Time to go buy an SC10.
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I may have to take the ride out to get my r/c fix on! Just been trying out this new thing where I don't spend any money on Sundays.. may have to break that rule today


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Sweet!!! cant wait to participate in the races...I just have to finish my 1/8th Buggy
What did you go with?
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Originally Posted by gene1219 View Post
I may have to take the ride out to get my r/c fix on! Just been trying out this new thing where I don't spend any money on Sundays.. may have to break that rule today




What did you go with?
I got a Losi 8 2.0 I already converted it to Electric I just need a brushless system and a High Torque servo
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been waiting patiently ill be their tuesday with bells on...really looking forward...thanks to everyone who put in the hard work to make this happen!
cant wait to bring out my kyosho arsenal
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Thanks, Hobbytown. I got to be the first paid practice today with my Stock Blitz. The Stock Slash tires on front and rear were good enough as I figured. The dirt was moist, but not building up on the tires. Very nice.

Probably, a stock motor or maybe a bit more will satisfy just about anyone on the track. It was enough time for my 17.5 with Castle CHEAT mode to get up to speed before it was time for the brakes. The pit tables already had electric strips on them and there were enough chairs for today.

The stand is 6-feet high with a metal grate floor and a slightly high guard rail -- either stand back a bit or have the radio on the rail at my chest level. I think I might bring a 6-8 inch standing platform to adjust for my size.

Parts stock was very good. I broke on Blitz steering hub arm and there was stock o-plenty back in the store.
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How far are you from St. Louis Mo? Were always looking forward to a road trip and some great racing..... What classes are you running?
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will the short course tire type for a mod class be a similar to outdoor dirt or will this be like a trackside dirt? thanks
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will the short course tire type for a mod class be a similar to outdoor dirt or will this be like a trackside dirt? thanks
trackside tires will work. barcodes, wishbones,suburbs
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