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  1. Just a few things to update you on. Schedule The Cars are now on their way to South Australia. John Smedley will host round 5 at Fulham Park on the 24th June. Round 6 will be at Alan O'Dea's Spitfire Raceway on the 1st of July and then the cars come back to Melbourne for the Finale on the 15th of July at Cheltenham Park. Other News Prizes I have been able to secure a number of SRP 16000 motors from Jan Roestorf (Springbok Racer) so each competitor this year will receive a new motor when their car is returned. Chassis Constructors Award At the Fulham Park round John Smedley and his helpers will decide the first Chassis Constructors award for the best home built chassis. 1/32 Tasman Cup Proxy Race Best Home Constructed Chassis. Fulham Park Raceway 2017 I hope this will add a bit more interest to the series and hopefully the award will continue each year.
  2. Hot on the heals of two gorgeous new Pioneer Mustang Notchbacks comes this smokin' hot new Camaro. Is this the most famous of all the 1968 Camaro race cars? Built by the notorious Smokey Yunick, it probably is. Dressed in Smokey's famous Black and Gold livery and wearing #13, this car is only going to be unlucky for anyone caught behind it. So, what tricks does Smokey have up his sleeve? 18K TYPHOON motor, sidewinder configuration Detailed Race interior QuickChange braids Scalextric Digital DPR ready New ‘PurePower’ wiring loom Model complete with display case and custom artwork packaging + vehicle data card. Spare parts bag included under base. Available 5 October, 2015
  3. July 20 will see the release of two new liveries from Slot.it which are bound to get the fans searching down the back of the couch for change. Slot.it V3 Mabuchi style 21,500 rpm as offset 0.5mm inline Crown 28 tooth (yellow) Pinion 9 tooth brass Chassis: EVO 6 - Adaptable to all configurations 21.5K rpm motor in sidewinder format 0.5mm offset motor pod EVO-6 chassis New SICH66 advanced guide "C" Compound tyres Hex key included under box
  4. It seems the newest release from Racer's Sideways range has hit the shelves in Australia. Official release date is not until July 20, but these have already been spotted on the shelves of some of our sponsors. Motor: Slot.it Flat-6 yellow can motor 20,500 rpm; 200 g/cm torque Configuration: Angle-winder Spur: Yellow 28 tooth Pinion: 11 tooth brass 6.5mm Chassis: Assembled as 0.0mm offset, but adapters included for 0.5 and 1.0mm offsets Accessories Supplied: M2 (0.9mm) Allen Key, 1 x offsets 0.5 and 1 x 1.0mm Rear axle support, Motor adapters for different motor types. No word as yet on the release date of the awaited Le Mans Ferrari.
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