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Autumn Endurance - InterSeries Proxy
#41

Put me down for class C&D
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#42

Wavegreen Good Morning
we had another 3 entrants confirming their interest in entering.

One question which has been just raised is in regards to cars sporting Race livery.
Although I have not included these requirements in the technical rules, I would expect any cars entered to be resembling the type of livery "typical of an endurance or Interseries race car". So any "fantasy" livery or painted cars should have numbered decals and livery appropriate to the class era entered. So prefer not to see any Gulf livery on 1950's Mercedes 300SL cars etc please.

I will not exclude any entry cars with" inappropriate livery"  from running in the series, but I reserve the right to disallow them to be considered for Concourse points or potentially Concourse prizes (should we be lucky enough to receive sponsorship support).

But here is the up to date list of entrants, we are nearly half full of cars already

   
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#43

Hi Graham, what about cars from 1965?

Class A...does 'modified' allow for a motor pod or do cars in that class have to have a one piece chassis?

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#44

(2 hours ago)Kevan Wrote:  Hi Graham, what about cars from 1965?

Class A...does 'modified' allow for a motor pod or do cars in that class have to have a one piece chassis?

which car are you referring to ?

Class A cars can use original chassis supplied with the original RTR model, 3d chassis with or without motor pods, and universal Chassis (ie HRS type)
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#45

I'd like to provisionally book a car into each class, A,B,C&D.

I'll ask our club members, I'm fairly sure I can get two of the guys interested.

...and if possible I'm offering our two routed tracks as an extra venue here in the the Isle of Man, we can cover the shipping.

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#46

(1 hour ago)Kevan Wrote:  I'd like to provisionally book a car into each class, A,B,C&D.

I'll ask our club members, I'm fairly sure I can get two of the guys interested.

...and if possible I'm offering our two routed tracks as an extra venue here in the the Isle of Man, we can cover the shipping.

Sorry Kevan, but you have to choose 1 or 2 preferred classes. It is only fair to the other entrants who may want to reserve a place.  The Limit of 10 places per class will be adhered to, although there maybe scope to swap around before the Registration date.
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(1 hour ago)Graham Wrote:  
(2 hours ago)Kevan Wrote:  Hi Graham, what about cars from 1965?

Class A...does 'modified' allow for a motor pod or do cars in that class have to have a one piece chassis?

which car are you referring to ?

Class A cars can use original chassis supplied with the original RTR model, 3d chassis with or without motor pods, and universal Chassis (ie HRS type)

1. Alpine A110, Abarth 1000, Maserati Tipo 65

2. Thanks, fully cleared up  Thumbup

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