CARS/AMC Summer Shoot Out 2017

CARS / AMC Summer Shoot Out 2017

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Come and race at one of the best indoor venues in the country with over 30 years experience of running pan car national meetings. Chesterfield Auto Racing Society are running a 4 race series, sponsored by Action Model Centre for the following classes:

  • 12th Scale modified 6.5 (20 places)
  • 12th Scale 13.5 blinky (30 places)
  • GT12 (50 places)
  • WGTR 13.5 (10 places)

(Places are subject to change depending on the number of entries for each class.)

The meetings are one the following dates:

  • Sunday 14th May 
  • Sunday 18th June
  • Sunday 16th July
  • Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th September, this is a grand prix style meeting with the Saturday optional, but recommended.

Venue :- Sharley Park Leisure Centre, Market Street, Clay Cross, Derbyshire S45 9LX, easily accessible from junctions 28 and 29 of the M1. We will be setting up and running a club night the night before the first 3 rounds so you can come and race then too! We have very good lighting, high grip CRC carpet and an extremely flat floor making it one of the very best tracks to race on in the UK. This is also the perfect opportunity to test and practice for next season’s 12th scale and GT12 nationals. There is always a friendly and helpful atmosphere and all abilities are welcome. We hope to see you there.

A few details about the meetings.

Entry

Entry is via this web site only. Verbal, email etc. entries will not be accepted. Entries will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. Reserve lists will be kept if necessary. Entry Fee £12.00 per class, per day. It is only possible to enter a single class (except WGTR). We may allow you to run a second class on the day if there are places available but this will also cost £12.00. Note the grand prix meeting is £12 per day, so £24 in total if you decide to race on both Saturday and Sunday.

If you run WGTR as a second class entry for this will be free of charge.

Payment will be taken on the day. This has been abused in the past by people entering but then not attending, so for this series if anyone enters but does not then attend without notifying us first by emailing shootout.entries@carsrcracing.co.uk they will have all of their entries for further rounds removed.

Venue/Meeting

Doors will open at 8:00am. First heat on the line 9:00-9:30am. Meetings will be a minimum of 4 rounds and a single leg final, depending on the number of entries.

The September grand prix style meeting will have 2 rounds of practice followed by 2 rounds of qualifying on the Saturday, followed by 4 rounds of qualifying and a single leg final on the Sunday. Saturday opening times will be given closer to the event.

Mains power will be available for charging. We will try to supply as many tables and chairs as possible but they may be limited, so if you have a table and chair please bring them.

Your best three out of four results will count towards the final series results. Both qualifying and final results count for points, up to 50 points for qualifying and 50 points for final position.

An AMB/MyLaps RC3 compatible personal transponder is required, there are no handout transponders.

Action Model Centre will be running a shop at every meeting.

Class Rules

12th Scale - We run to the general BRCA 12th scale rules but any 12th scale bodyshell is allowed. Motors have to be from the appropriate BRCA list for the class, cells must be from the BRCA list.

GT12 - We run to BRCA GT12 national rules (1S 13.5 blinky only) with the exception that any commercially available GT12 style shell can be used. Yes you can use your Type P, Mercedes, P1, Mazda 6, Morris Minor etc. if you want. Motors and cells must be from the current BRCA lists. There may be spot checks for weight, LiPo voltage etc.

WGTR – contact Kevin Creaser for more details.

Additives must be from the BRCA 12th Section approved additives list. SXT3.0 is preferred.

The rules are self policed, there will be no scrutineering. There may be spot checks for weight, LiPo voltage etc. If someone is running something illegal, tell them.

LiPo Charging Rules

It is essential that LiPo batteries are charged using a 1S/2S LiPo compatible charger set to the correct charging mode. LiPo batteries are not to be charged at greater than 20A or the maximum manufacturers recommended charge rate, whichever is lower. 1C is advised.

It is strictly not allowed to charge 1S LiPo batteries to give an output voltage exceeding 4.20V, and 2S LiPo batteries to give an output voltage exceeding 8.40V.

A LiPo sack must be used when charging and this must be fully closed.

All charging equipment must be in plain view at all times to enable the above to be checked.

Non compliance with any the above will result in immediate expulsion from the meeting.