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Hi guys, As some of you are already aware - a new lexan GT3 class has been conceived in SEQ. In late 2016, Andrew Bartholomew (of Narangba Raceway fame), initiated talks around the creation of this class and subsequently got down to making the molds for racing in this class. There are nine different bodies available from Andrew right now - so get your orders in. The body kits include the only homologated rear wing and a light weight interior (which is not homologated as guys may want to have more detailed interiors). BTW, Patto's have heaps of liveries for the GT3's too. Between Garry Johnson (Birkdale Raceway), Mark Stockwell (Bonogin Valley Raceway), Andrew Bartholomew (Narangba Raceway) and myself (Ecurie Elite.au) a ruleset has been agreed. So if you would like to join us and share the experience..... ...using bodies coming from Andrew's molds...like this one... Andrew's GT3 creations measure up as follows: Please note, the wing supplied together with the body from Andrew, is generic and MUST be used (all the GT3's will run the same rear wing). The supplied interior can be substituted for a more scale one should the builder prefer. ....running the following (basic) chassis specifications: Open chassis but maximum 78.0mm main plate width - like a Plafit SLP2 with 18D main plate. (You can basically use any model car chassis, even make it yourself or ask Garry Johnson or myself for an exotic option). Maximum spur, front 80mm and rear 81mm. 21mm rims front and rear. Minimum front tyre diameter 25mm, minimum front tyre width 6mm. Rear tyres diameters; 26.0mm minimum and 27.5mm maximum, maximum rear tyre width 13mm. Minimum total car weight 160g Motor SRP 25L (ask at your local raceway - if they care to stock it - or order it from me). Gearing M50 11/12:44 only. Polar length is open. Minimum ride height 1.0mm front and rear at the start of racing (never less than 0.4mm at the rear during or after the race) ....then please post your beauties here, this is the first one (Ferrari) off the assembly line in Brisbane... ....and the second one, a Merc Followed by a Lambo... ...and a new addition, the Camaro Please stay with the spirit of SCALE modelling and resist painting up 'yogurt cups'. Your effort to represent an actual 1:1 car will be spot-on. Enjoy, Jan