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  1. Hi guys, Thought I'd throw a few bits of info out there for all the newbies, about the little things to watch for at scrutineering. It is not the measurements and the weights that cause the biggest issues, but the little things we have in the regulations. They get overlooked and or forgotten: Scale Auto GT's - not installing the roll cage when fitting the lexan interior - not fitting all the little photo edged grills (especially the narrow ones on the side of the Audi) - not having an eligible MSC/Scale Auto logo on the bottom of the main plate - wheel inserts that stick out and make the spur wider than the allowed 80 or 83mm - not painting the lexan interior using at least 3 different colours - not adding a glare strip across the top of the lexan windscreen - not using at least one coat of paint on the entire outside of a white body kit - not using all the body parts on the body. - fitting the wrong pinion - not using Scale Auto wheels - not adhering to 1.1.0.d and 1.1.3.b OAPR LMP's - fitting the wrong pinion - not fitting the light inserts - painting the light lenses a solid colour. - not using a modern race livery or variation thereof - using a body that has not been homologated Please ask to have your car pre-checked by the scrutineering team before actual tech control, if you are unsure. It will help us to manage our very tight race schedules and thereby make the event flow as expected without having to wait for cars to be fixed before we can start racing. It is important to present your cars for scrutineering with the body loosened from the chassis AND after scrutineering but BEFORE qualifying that you retighten the body to the chassis. The scrutineers will not loosen or fasten the body on your car. Cheers, Jan
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