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Old 21-08-2011
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Default 1/10 electric racing

would any 1/10 offroad electric racers be interested in racing at Torbay Off Road Auto Club.
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Old 21-08-2011
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Hi

It would be great to have another electric track in the south west. When the new Weston club gets going there will be 4 tracks. More than enough for an excellent South West regional championship.

Its been a few years since i raced rallycross at your track. The only problem i can think of is the amount of sand you had on the track surface. If this was removed i would definately race. Do you have any dates in mind?
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would be nice to get a few full heats of 1/10 going at torr
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Old 21-08-2011
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yep im all for that .... get john to sort a trial run date ...

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Old 22-08-2011
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i'd give it a go too.
In fact i was only looking at your club website on friday as i wanted somewhere to race yesterday but then realised you're a 1/8th club

if you decide to organise something for 1/10th electric post it on here for maximum exposure.
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Old 22-08-2011
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our next 2 club meeting are on 4th & 18th september if any anybody is intertest you can practice on saturday (electric only) on sunday we will race anything nitro 1/8 buggies/truggies, electric 1/8 or 1/10 but if any body want to practice on saturday let us know.

anything to do with a series, at the moment we have nothing sort yet but can be sorted if racers are interested.

thanks for your replys
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Old 22-08-2011
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The only problem i can see is the track markings at torr are very hard on 1/10 at torr and some bits of the track are a little to ruff for 1/10
but not a huge problem but still a worth while plan
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Old 23-08-2011
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Hi Jon
Thanks for your response
Do you mean the ribbed hoses on certain corners, if so you could be edged with white flat plastic strips?

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