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So who has entered the F345s this year and anyone heard back?
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I have entered along with a few fellow Welshmen, and we had our entries confirmed earlier. Looking forward to going now, should be some good racing.
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Cool.

Fingers crossed for SteveB and myself!
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How go you go about getting ranked?
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You start at f5 and attend regionals to qualify for up to an f2 licence. If you want to go for an F1 licence then you have to do nationals, and be very quick.
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You start at f5 and attend regionals to qualify for up to an f2 licence. If you want to go for an F1 licence then you have to do nationals, and be very quick.
I think I will have a go at regionals next year. I assume you can keep to your region. Do you get a ranking at the end of the season? As there is no danger of me going anywhere near F1

So reading Mike's post do I need to register for this coming year for the F345's?
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You start at f5 and attend regionals to qualify for up to an f2 licence. If you want to go for an F1 licence then you have to do nationals, and be very quick.
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I think I will have a go at regionals next year. I assume you can keep to your region. Do you get a ranking at the end of the season? As there is no danger of me going anywhere near F1

So reading Mike's post do I need to register for this coming year for the F345's?
Yes that's correct, pick the region you want to enter, and at the end of the year you'll get graded dependant on where you qualify.
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So just turn up and race at the regionals for the season and get a grade at the end? Happy days I'll see if I can't make F6 bu the end of the year

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