|10-26-2007, 09:43 AM||#11|
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okay the routine is this....
the hobby show hours are
Friday noon - 9pm
the build takes place friday night starting at 6pm or as soon as you can get there...talk to your team mates about strategy
your team will need some screwdrivers (someone please post which ones for a mini) CA glue for the tires...anything else?
we have been given show times that do not jive with the times we had set out last year, we have to run opposite the times of the boat show so that our radio talking does not impact each other
so i cannot give you an actual timing yet on when you are running your cars but you will be running 4 rounds with each round including 6 races and a round lasting about 45 minutes....you will have time between rounds to work on your cars or visit the hobby show (about an hour)
it is your responsibility to keep your team together so you are ready to race the next round, if you are late to the starting line you will lose your cars grid placement that round and will start at the back
your weekend pass will be available at the WILL-CALL booth at the main entrance to the show...tell them your name and FastCats and they will give you a pass, keep it, it is all you will have to get in and out of the show
you may come in on the day you are not scheduled to race and help your teammates but you cannot drive
prizes are handed out on sunday after the racing, anyone not there will find their mini at the store the next week
please expect to smile, answer questions and show the public how much fun onroad racing can be!
because I cannot tell you the times yet of the actual racing please plan on being there on your day the whole time the show is open.....when john gets back from cleveland i will hopefully be able to verify the race times
any questions, fire away!
|11-05-2007, 08:17 AM||#13|
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Very nice event.
It was a lot of fun racing in this event. The racers were great and the racing action was hilarious at times.
Maybe this Enduro could become regular or special events at Fastcats. The lane width is about right for this spec class event where it's the driving that counts and not the cars. The track could be a bit bigger but not too big if we want to keep the racers on the floor instead of the driverstand.
It's fun to watch but it's much much more fun to race in an organized race so any curious spectators should come on down to Fastcats and check it out!
Edit: Matt, I have some extra paint sitting around that needs a home (under the body) if your Bug offer still stands...
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