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Final Rules, Permitted Motors & Car Lists
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This should be a belter  Wrench

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I have added the car lists, but open to additions if I think they are appropriate.
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Graham, Mosler MT900 isn't GT3 homologated, might be wise to take that off the list rather than see a grid full of them...just my own personal opinion of course.

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(5th-Jun-23, 12:24 PM)Kevan Wrote:  Graham, Mosler MT900 isn't GT3 homologated, might be wise to take that off the list rather than see a grid full of them...just my own personal opinion of course.

I thought it was, but a good excuse maybe to leave it out. 
In principle I don't like to avoid the "elephant in the room slot cars" and in general I have allowed these cars as I try to make the theme Events more inclusive so that they have some genuine slot car competition. And to be honest some of the newer NSR GT3 cars are wide enough like the AMG Mercedes to give the Mosler a run for its money.
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This from the Wiki


Quote:Launched in late 2006, the Mosler MT900 GT3 was an attempt by Rollcentre Racing to adapt the MT900R for compliance to the new FIA GT3 category used in various championships. However, the lack of production Moslers led to the FIA rejecting the homologation.

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(5th-Jun-23, 12:48 PM)Kevan Wrote:  This from the Wiki


Quote:Launched in late 2006, the Mosler MT900 GT3 was an attempt by Rollcentre Racing to adapt the MT900R for compliance to the new FIA GT3 category used in various championships. However, the lack of production Moslers led to the FIA rejecting the homologation.

Ok, that's good enough for me, but I will allow the Ninco version to run in the Global Event 3
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Although one did race in the 2003 British GT championship

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_GT_Championship

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I have added the "Provisional Rules" they maybe modifications up until 3 months before the start of the proxy.

Only took me around 10 minutes to do, as they mostly are the same structure as for the Touring Cars Proxy, one significant difference being that I will allow the same motors to be used for Class A cars as for Class B & C (as long as they fit the original chassis without modifications apart from the use of adaptors)

So hopefully this might also encourage those with a limited budget to go for an upgrade Class A as they will be able to compete with the same motors as the Class B/C cars.

The motor list will be revised but the limit will be 23k rpm at 12volts.
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great idea about the motors  Thumbup

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