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Proxy Diary 2012 - A Quick And Easy Reference Point For Proxy Racing

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#1 lenny broke

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 10:22 AM

Hi Everyone
With the plethora of proxy series starting up in the new year I thought I would start a thread as a place for the various Proxy Direktors to post there relavent series details.
This is intended to be a quick and easy reference point for the multitude of proxy tragics to go to find out the basic info. To keep it nice and tidy If the series directors keep it to one post with basic info like series title, a basic description of the series, and relevent dates/ deadlines. Also a link to any threads that have been started for their particular series so interested parties can find the more detailed info.
Also if the posts could be kept to series that are well into the organised phase and not expressions of interests in a proposed series
Keep it to posts from series directors only please, others can post questions and comments in the relavent threads.
as an example
2012 xyz proxy series
this series is for wotsername cars built before 1836.
entries open 00 /00/2012. close 00/00/2012.
cars must be with the series director by 00/00/2012
series begins on 00/00/2012
please follow the link to the series thread here
www. wotersnameproxy etc

I hope this will make it easy to keep track of all the proxy action this year

regards
Alan

Edited by lenny broke, 13 December 2011 - 10:50 AM.


#2 SlotsNZ

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 12:06 PM

Good thinking - here's entry No.1

2012 New Zealand Proxy Race series [NZPR)
This series is for cars which raced in Can-Am from 1966 to 1974
Entries open 1/12/11, close when field is full (28)
Entry is quite cheap AU$15, NZ$15, or EU$15 or US$15 for entrants from further afield.
Cars must be with the series director by 28/2/12
8 or 9 rounds
1st round to be run about the 2nd week of March 2012
Rules http://www.auslot.co...ries-etc-about/

Entry List http://www.auslot.co...t-locked-topic/

General Discussion http://www.auslot.co...ral-discussion/

This will be the 4th year the series has been run, and it has proven to be a popular, fun event, with very positive input from entrants.
If you need more details, make a post in the general discussion thread.


Thanks

Mark
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#3 Stubbo

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Posted 13 December 2011 - 02:15 PM

2012 Tasman Cup series.

Series organisers Slo1quick and Stubbo

Cars should be 1/32 scale models of F1 cars from the 1961-65 1.5 litre period. The series is also open to 1/32 scale models of cars that competed in the Tasman Cup in 1964 or 1965. http://www.auslot.co...man-cup-series/

Limited to 24 cars. At the moment we have 24 entries and have started a reserve list. Please still register your interest as vacanicies may become available.
http://www.auslot.co...p-registration/

Entry fee for Australian and NZ entrants will be $25.00AUD. For International Competitors the entry fee will be $30.00AUD.
All entries need to be paid by the 1st of March 2012 to give reserve entries a chance to get their cars mailed in on time. This date may be brought forward.

Cars to be with the race directors by the end of March

There will be 6 or 7 races between mid April and the end of July
Cars will be returned to their owners at the end of July.
Alan Stubbings





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