Nitro and Electric racing located at Kingview Drive, Kingston, Tasmania

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Postby addicted » Mon Feb 05, 2007 11:20 pm

The 2007 AARCMCC Tasmanian 1/10th Scale
Electric On-Road Championships

Classes: 1/10th Mini
1/10th ISTC 540 Production (540 Motor)
1/10th ISTC Stock (27 turn, 24 degree timing)
1/10th ISTC 19T (24 Degree Timing)
1/10th ISTC Modified

Entry Fees: $20.00 first class, $10.00 for each additional class (Note: Entry fee must accompany the entry form).

Event Schedule: The track is a purpose built venue with vehicle access to the track side parking area, however only pedestrian access prior to Friday 9th March is available.

Thursday 8th March
- Open Practice
Friday 9th March
- Open Practice 10:00am to 4:00pm
Saturday 10th March
- Practice 8:00am to 9:15am
- Drivers Meeting 9:30am
- Racing Starts 10:00am (4 heats for all classes, regrading after heat 2)
Sunday 11th March
- Practice 8:00am to 9:15am
- Drivers Meeting 9:30am
- Racing Starts 10:00am (2 heats and finals for all classes)
Finals grading after heats completed

Rain Provision: If the weather causes either or both race days to be cancelled, Monday 12th March may be used to complete racing, especially finals, as best can be held.

AARCMCC Event and Class Rules: These rules and AARCMCC Technical Specs can be found on the club’s website www.stmcc.com.au. Any further information can be obtained from Peter Townsend (0419 665 161).

Variations to AARCMCC Class Rules for this event are:
• AMBrc Personal Transponders and Alycat race management software will be used for this event. All competitors must have an AMBrc Personal Transponder fitted to their car for lap scoring purposes
• Mini and 540 Production classes will be run in accordance with technical specs contained in this document
• Stock Class – Motors with bearings are allowed
• Other variations that may be detailed in the following pages.

Practice Sessions:
To avoid frequency clashes and on track incidents, all competitors must:
• Check with other competitors regarding frequencies in use prior to turning on a transmitter
• Be on the drivers stand whenever you are driving your car on the track
• Drive only on the official racing circuit layout in a clockwise direction
• Never drive a car on the track without the body properly secured
The Open Practice on Friday 9th March will have the lap scoring/timing system operational for competitors.
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