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Old 2011.01.17, 08:41 PM   #16
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so i understand this rt...if we started with....Renault Megane Trophy would we have to do all 6 races with Renault Megane Trophy?
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Old 2011.01.17, 09:48 PM   #17
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Correct, but you have to have a page with results that are updatable, using the current rules set forth. This means open 70 turn motors in stock, any brand as long as it has brass bushings, ferrite magnets, and 130 size motor. For mod, the option of LiFe batteries and 70 turn motors is also allowed.
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Old 2011.01.17, 10:36 PM   #18
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Just out of personal curiosity, would say, 90mm wheelbase limit be enough of a theme as opposed to narrowing things down to 1-2 bodies only? Or length + chassis width as opposed to a set body?
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Old 2011.01.17, 10:42 PM   #19
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90mm could be a class, given that it is not like F40's vs Mini Coopers or RX7's. The way the rules are written are for "themes", not really a WB restriction, so that "similar" bodies are run, simulating real racing.
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Old 2011.01.18, 05:44 AM   #20
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We was thinking about running a Nascar class in our club... 50T motors, oval and normal track. Can it be a mod series?
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Old 2011.01.18, 07:25 AM   #21
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Great idea CT! Just spread word in Germany. First drivers responses are encouraging. Maybe some club will now take up the idea and RRCS goes transatlantic?!
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Old 2011.01.18, 10:46 AM   #22
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Doug, it has to fit under the Mod or Stock Structure. So it will either have to be a 70 turn class or open motor. NASCAR would be fine as a class.

Racer HH, keep us posted!!! We want more clubs involved.
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Old 2011.01.18, 01:34 PM   #23
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sounds like a fun idea just pm'd club members (essex micro racers club) & on the uk's best forum to see what the interest is hope to be able to do it
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Old 2011.01.18, 01:50 PM   #24
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Sounds good!!! I am excited to see so much interest.
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Old 2011.01.18, 05:42 PM   #25
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Anyone know what is involved in making and keeping up a blog?
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Old 2011.01.18, 05:55 PM   #26
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Anyone know what is involved in making and keeping up a blog?
time my friend... just time and energy. i would have done this years ago but i'm struggling to keep up with all the forums, admin jobs, etc. we actually started a blog site years ago, mini-zracing.com. it never took off as blogging just wasn't big then. that and i never had time to devote to it.

i'd like to discuss using the RR series as a basis for our local group racing. lets discuss at the mimi's. i'd like for us to join this.
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Old 2011.01.18, 06:34 PM   #27
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Mike:

blogspot.com is the place to get it done. It is super simple and pretty quick. If you are adventurous you can customize it, otherwise, there are templates.

We are just using this format, because it is the closest thing to a good website template that is free and also easy to use.

I am glad you guys are interested. I would love to see more people join in.
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Old 2011.01.18, 06:43 PM   #28
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What would be the difference between a blog and having a spot on this events section to post all of our results? I think that most of the intrested parties are here. Just wondering?
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Well, the network of tracks is what is important for this. This is a promotional tool for the clubs, in which everyone will get to showcase their club. Our vision is for people from the other side of the world to have somewhere that is easy to navigate and look at what another club is doing. This is why we require the page. On a forum, it is harder to navigate, keep track and showcase all the clubs. It is just not designed to do this. So no, we cannot use the forums for this.
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i respectfully disagree with that viewpoint.
on the plus side
what blogs can offer is a sense of identity that can indeed bring search engine hits, etc. tinyrc for example has blogs that each member can create. this site has this capability as well, it's just not been requested or demanded thus not implemented.

i'm all for the series and love the idea. our club has been holding themes races for years, as others have as well.
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