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Default BADMCC 1/10th electric - Sun 5th June

Come on guys, are we going to see electric numbers hitting the double figures this Sunday?!

Who is all going?

Andy Rennick?
Colmo?
Ed and the rest of the guys from Craigavon?

Lets get the numbers up and we should have a really good one!

Are you going?
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Great news - got 3 maybe 4 of the old racers from Carrick coming along now

The old Tamiya's are getting dusted off, and the Nickel batteries heated up!
They might be retro, but it should still make for a good days racing!

Anyone else know any others planning to attend?

Andrew
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Pity about the dates for Badmcc namely 2wd Nationals this weekend, for me there are a lot of clashes with Nationals and other club racing making it very hard to get up to have a go with the electrics on that track. I enjoyed racing the nitro there over previous years . Maybe i will get there one of these days to have a go with the b44.
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Yeah, I agree, that is two rounds in a row now that the dates have clashed.
I wonder if there is a way that all the clubs can communicate better together?

Sorry to hear you wont be there on Sunday, but hope to see you there maybe in July for Round 5.
Good luck at the Nationals!
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Great news - got 3 maybe 4 of the old racers from Carrick coming along now

The old Tamiya's are getting dusted off, and the Nickel batteries heated up!
They might be retro, but it should still make for a good days racing!

Anyone else know any others planning to attend?

Andrew
Mark Penney will be absent again, though I will be making it. The national is outside my available funds right now, at nearly £60 before I put the car on the track

Well done getting the Carrick crew to come - we need to do something about the transponder situation, maybe a bulk order to AMB or MRT?
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Good idea.
Getting everyone with a transponder certainly helps to "include" them in the races and make them feel a bit more of the action i think.
Not sure if they would be all happy to fork out £70 for a transponder now though, but as you say, bulk orders may be the way to go.

Really looking forward to it - fitting roll bars to the Cat and changing a bit of the setup from last time - the track could be a bit dustier with all this damn sunshine! hehehe
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