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#1 356speedster

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 08:56 AM

First I'd like to thank everyone involved in the series.

A big thanks goes to the entrants that tuned and sent away their beloved little cars. The hosts that took an a massive amount of work to gather drivers, prepare their tracks, run the marathon events, and great race reports with fantastic pictures, car feedback, video's and even live video coverage. The supporters of the series, SCX Spain/USA and their distributors in UK and AUS for providing ad material to hosts, allowing us to run under the SCX logo, price cars and support to hosts, and not to forget for making these fun little cars :lol:

I'd like to personally thank Dave Kennedy of SCXWorldWide and Charles "Chuck" Ehredt of SCX USA for their support and postive attitude from my first approach to them with my "little idea" of a brand specific proxy series. I also want to mention Malcom Scotto and Gareth Jex of Wolverhampton Scalextric & Slot Car Club that took the UK event up to a full blown club weekend. The "crazy Dane" Lars Ole Riis for making fantastic video's. Gary Blayney for taking care of arranging the Australian events. John Schoen for keeping track of the scores in my absence, and Monte Saager/Craig Murray for introducing us to live video reporting. The bottom line is that you are all great guys.

It's been a long ride that started in February 2009 and lasted almost 1 1/2 year! We have had some up's and down during the series, but when looking back it's been a fantastic experience and very fun to see how the SCX cars have performed on a wide variety of tracks all over the world. We had some shipping problems (Canada - Australia by boat) that extended the series by several months and also contributed to the canceling of the last event. But despite all the work to pull the series off I feel the result is pretty awesome with 29 cars in 3 different classes competing through 3-6 stages at each event over 13 events in 9 different countries on 3 continents!

Before getting too sentimental, let's look at the final standings:

TOTAL SERIES POINTS
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FINAL STANDING IN EACH CLASS
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Congratulations to the class winners!

I'm currently working on returning the last cars to their owners, getting an overview of the prizes, looking over the financial situation of the series and considering how to organize a new season. I'll update this thread with new info over the next couple days.

If you have comments/thoughts about the completed series please feel free to share them with us here in this thread.

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Posted 18 July 2010 - 09:27 AM

Thanks Tore

Looking forward to seeing how the next one starts up ..... class wise that is
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Posted 18 July 2010 - 11:16 AM

Thanks Tore for the update. It was by no means the longest Proxy I'v had to the pleasure to be associated with. I was now wondering if we had the chance ,we should have entered it as the longest rallying motor race in history and got hold of the Guinness book of records people :P :lol: . Overall it was run ,won and had fun. Lessons learnt by all. Only dissappointment was not being able to knock off Mr Schoen in the last round over your way :huh: and also not having Anthonys car in the first 3 round which IMO may have changed the top end . Thems the brakes. Looking forward to the next one . Unfortunatley Germany still has my You tube vid as a non starter still .Next one will be a silent black and white so not to copyright anyone :lol: :lol: .
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Posted 18 July 2010 - 02:15 PM

I really enjoyed following this series well done Torre, no mean feat I can imagine....

I'd def be keen to compete again with a few small changes to the format (ie no ferraris :lol: just real rally cars etc) but I think from what I have read you guys are onto it anyway...

I look forward to seeing another series...
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Posted 19 July 2010 - 03:58 AM

View Postteamredracing, on Jul 18 2010, 03:16 AM, said:

Only dissappointment was not being able to knock off Mr Schoen in the last round over your way :P
Maybe it's better this way, with your hope still intact. Posted Image My RS200 will probably be back for the next CRP, with a less powerfull motor in it.

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Posted 19 July 2010 - 05:20 AM

View PostJohn Schoen, on Jul 19 2010, 03:58 AM, said:

View Postteamredracing, on Jul 18 2010, 03:16 AM, said:

Only dissappointment was not being able to knock off Mr Schoen in the last round over your way :P
Maybe it's better this way, with your hope still intact. Posted Image My RS200 will probably be back for the next CRP, with a less powerfull motor in it.
Nothing wrong with the motor .... it was the tyres that let it down
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Posted 19 July 2010 - 06:49 AM

View Postgazza, on Jul 19 2010, 05:20 AM, said:

View PostJohn Schoen, on Jul 19 2010, 03:58 AM, said:

View Postteamredracing, on Jul 18 2010, 03:16 AM, said:

Only dissappointment was not being able to knock off Mr Schoen in the last round over your way :P
Maybe it's better this way, with your hope still intact. Posted Image My RS200 will probably be back for the next CRP, with a less powerfull motor in it.
Nothing wrong with the motor .... it was the tyres that let it down
And @ 86g was a touch too light - I thought
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Posted 20 July 2010 - 06:43 PM

View PostJohn Schoen, on Jul 19 2010, 03:58 AM, said:

Maybe it's better this way, with your hope still intact. Posted Image My RS200 will probably be back for the next CRP, with a less powerfull motor in it.
My hope is still intact ,but the question will be asked for years to come. Handing it down through generation to generation. What if ?????. One of the greatest mysteries never to be solved. ;) :D :lol:
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 05:11 AM

A quick info on 2009 prizes

I have an overview of the prizes for the 2009 season. There will be one new SCX car for each of the top 3 finishers in each of the 3 classes, plus a few other prizes. All the entrants will also receive a "thank you card" with a list of all the events and a picture of their car, like in this example:

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The prize cars will all be from the SCX Classics range, but the shipment from Barcelona won't arrive until next week, so I will wait until then before I reveal who won what etc...

Have fun
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 07:55 AM

View Postteamredracing, on Jul 20 2010, 06:43 PM, said:

My hope is still intact
Cheers Craig
He lives on hope. You should see him when it comes off! :D :D :rofl: :rofl: :D :redbounce:


View Post356speedster, on Jul 22 2010, 05:11 AM, said:

A quick info on 2009 prizes

I have an overview of the prizes for the 2009 season. There will be one new SCX car for each of the top 3 finishers in each of the 3 classes, plus a few other prizes. All the entrants will also receive a "thank you card" with a list of all the events and a picture of their car, like in this example:

The prize cars will all be from the SCX Classics range, but the shipment from Barcelona won't arrive until next week, so I will wait until then before I reveal who won what etc...

Have fun
Tore
Excellent Tore and thanks heaps to SCX :nice: :cool2: :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Posted 22 July 2010 - 01:00 PM

Onya Tore . Same this way with many thanks from the SCX crew. Hope they dont want there sponser banner back as it now is a permanent fixture on the Rally Track :D . Mel ,you dont want to see me when my hope comes off , not a pretty sight :D Nothing but wrinkes ,but you'd know about that :D :redbounce:
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Posted 20 August 2010 - 09:56 PM

SCX CRP09 Prizes


Class-1 "Small classics"

1st in Class-1: Chuck Ehredt (Spain) - Fiat 124
Prize: 64500 Renault Alpine "Elf"
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: 356speedster
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2nd in Class-1: Ontheflipside (Australia) - Renault Alpine
Prize: 64550 Fiat 850 Abarth
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: 356speedster
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3rd in Class-1: Ronan (Ireland) - Renault Alpine
Prize: 63790 Renault 8 TS "Blue"
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: 356speedster
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Class-2 "Modern classics"

1st in Class-2: malatwolves (UK) - Ferrari GTO
Prize: 63890 Fiat 131 Abarth "Alitalia"
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: Slot Car News (Dave Kennedy)
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2nd in Class-2: Ontheflipside (Australia) - Seat 131 Abarth
Prize: 64330 Ford Escort MKII "Daily Express" Dirty
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: Slot Car News (Dave Kennedy)
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3rd in Class-2: Ronan (Ireland) - Seat 131 Abarth
Prize: 63860 Talbot Sunbeam Lotus
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: Slot Car News (Dave Kennedy)
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Class-3 "4WD classics"

1st in Class-3: John Schoen (Netherlands) - Ford RS200
Prize: 63780 Lancia Delta S4
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: 356speedster
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2nd in Class-3: teamredracing (Australia) - Porsche 959
Prize: 64540 Lancia Delta HF Integrale
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: Slot Car News (Dave Kennedy)
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3rd in Class-3: 356speedster (Norway) - Porsche 959
Prize: 63760 Ford Escort RS Cosworth
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX
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Congratulations to all the podium finishers!
The prizes will be shipped out during next week.

We also had a few extra contests during the series, and a few extra prices :aussie:

Concourse prize
lanciaB (France) - BMW M1
Prize: Altaya Lancia Delta HF Integrale bodyshell
Sponsors: 356speedster
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Quiz prize
Mr.M (Slotforum, UK)
Prize: 63840 Renault 5 Maxi Turbo
Sponsors: SCX
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Most victories during the series (regardless of class)
John Schoen (Netherlands) - Ford RS200 - 4 overall victories
malatwolves (UK) - Ferrari GTO - 4 overall victories
Prize: RX-42 motor
Sponsors: SCX, shipping: Slot Car News (Dave Kennedy)



I will contact the winners to confirm the delivery addresses before we ship out the prizes.

I hope you all enjoyed the 2009/2010 season of the Classic Rally proxy series, and we are preparing a new series for 2011, check this thread for more info: http://www.auslot.co...showtopic=12041


Happy rallying :lol:
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Posted 21 August 2010 - 07:20 AM

View Post356speedster, on Aug 20 2010, 09:56 PM, said:

SCX CRP09 Prizes

Class-1 "Small classics"

2nd in Class-1: Ontheflipside (Australia) - Renault Alpine
Prize: 64550 Fiat 850 Abarth
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: 356speedster
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Class-2 "Modern classics"

2nd in Class-2: Ontheflipside (Australia) - Seat 131 Abarth
Prize: 64330 Ford Escort MKII "Daily Express" Dirty
Sponsors: Slotcar: SCX, shipping: Slot Car News (Dave Kennedy)
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Won 2 cars and I don't have either one. Might race the Escort in the Oz Rally, might be the only one I'll have that will fit the new "matchbox" widths.

Thanks again Tore for all your efforts, we appreciate it. It does take up a lot of valuable time.

Congrats to Craig - another Oz prize. After a slow start the cream has risen to the top (well almost)
2nd in Class-3: teamredracing (Australia) - Porsche 959
Prize: 64540 Lancia Delta HF Integrale

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Posted 21 August 2010 - 08:59 AM

Excellent news! Two superb new cars for not much work at all really! LOL!

Thanks Tore once again for organising this great event!





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