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Old 03-01-2014
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The chosen tyre @ Storm Valley will be Proline Holeshot M4, reason being its what most that have completed in the Winter Series will have already

As for wear rate 1 Set will easily do the Rd there as 99% of drivers are doing 2 Rd's of the winter series use the same set

Also we don't allow pins or spikes on the track only a DIRT Tyre, the surface will cut up like a motocross bike on soil

Hope that helps and answers any questions

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The problem as I see it is that the holeshot is not on the control tyre list and therefore cannot be nominated by any club to be used.

Unless the rules have been changed and the Midwest site has yet to be updated to reflect this.
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The website will be amended to reflect the unique tyre requirments of Storm Valley Raceway. It will all be put in place once the other five clubs have nominated their tyres. All will become clear
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The problem as I see it is that the holeshot is not on the control tyre list and therefore cannot be nominated by any club to be used.

Unless the rules have been changed and the Midwest site has yet to be updated to reflect this.
we have a great chance to race on a fantastic dirt track and you bring up a technicality, which naturally hadn't been updated on the website and would of been updated at the mid-west AGM no doubt.

Spikes would be terrible on dirt anyway
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How do I book in to do this region this year ?
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How do I book in to do this region this year ?
http://www.brca-midwest.co.uk/booking.html
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