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OZRALLY PROXY SERIES 20014-15

RULES

WRC Cars

 

Series Description

This year’s Oz Rally Proxy Series will be open to cars that competed in the World Rally Championship 1997 to 2013. See list of eligible cars.

 

Entrant's cars shall comply with the following rules.

The onus is on the entrant to ensure that their car complies with the rules.

There will be no allowances if you cannot make a particular model comply even if it is on the eligibility list.

Please think carefully about your choice before deciding on what to enter.

 

1. Body

a) Body must be as original RTR. No additional material to be used to modify the body other than updating wings etc as per 1:1 car.

The body to be fitted with a 3 dimensional interior consisting of at least a driver and co/driver ( head and shoulders), steering wheel and 2 seats Vac form plastic is acceptable.

c) All cars must have all windows, as fitted to the original 1:1 scale prototype. The window material must be transparent. Vac form plastic is acceptable. Plastic pieces glued individually to the window frame is acceptable but must be fixed securely to the body shell.

d) The Only Resin Body allowed are Team Slot RTR

 

2. Wheels & Tyres

a) Wheels are open to any brand but must have a wheel insert or be a one piece wheel with sufficient detail to represent the style of the period of the model.

Rear Tyres are open to any eurethane or rubber tyre.

i) Silicone tyres are prohibited eg; PPR Super tyres, Slot.it S1's, Puma Paws, Indy Grips, etc.

ii) Foam rubber tyres are prohibited eg; tuna type.

iii) Wheels and /or Tyres shall not protrude beyond the outer edge of the wheel arch opening

 

 

Front tyres cannot be any more than 1mm smaller than the rears.

Minium tyre diameter is 18mm front and 19mm Rear.

 

3. Chassis

a) The original RTR chassis as fitted to original body of the car must be retained.

Traction Magnets are prohibited.

c) No podded , sidewinder, angle winder, aftermarket or scratch built chassis allowed, plastic or otherwise.

d) Chassis may be braced as required with a non metal material.eg plastic or PCB sheet. Brass, aluminum, steel or any other ferrous metal and carbon fibre are not permitted.

e) No motor pod will be allowed this year.

f) Guide flag mount may be replaced but pivot point must remain as original

g) Ground clearance - a starting clearance of 1.6mm is recommended under chassis with a minimum clearance of 1.2 mm under the chassis including the gear. (Last year two cars had clearance problems during the event). If your car does not clear the track it may not get run until the problem is fixed.

 

h) The entrant's name must be indelibly written on chassis. Use either your forum or real name.

i) Body screws should be retained within the chassis in a manner to stop them falling out.

J) 4wd cars can be converted to run as 2wd.

 

4. Weight

No limit on weight. Ballast must be firmly attached and located within the body of the car, unless it is a car returning from last years event.

 

Cars returning from last year:

No weight may protrude lower that the bottom of the chassis
.
Any weight under the chassis Must be located within pockets or recess’s in the chassis.

 

This is to prevent any possibility of lead hitting the track braid, tape or rails.

 

IF in doubt Email me a pic.

 

 

 

 

5. Motors

Open motor choice

 

6. Other Parts

Open choice of body mount screws axles, gears, guides and braids.

 

 

 

7. Technical Inspection

a) All cars will be inspected by the series director before the first round for compliance with the rules.

The onus is on the entrant to ensure that their car complies with the rules at the technical inspection.

c)
Should a car not comply the entrant will have the option of having it returned to rectify or withdraw. Minor non compliances can be rectified by and at the discretion of the series director.

 

8. Modifications Repairs & Pre-event Checks To Cars During The Series.

a)
Once a car has passed a technical inspection its technical specification cannot be changed.

Specifically:

- Gear ratio.

- Motor spec,

- Guide type,

- Wheel / Tyre size and compound.

An allowance will be made before the series begins to correct a technical spec that is in breach of the rules

In the event of a mechanical failure, components can be replaced but must be of the same spec as originally entered.

c) If a car requires a tyre or (“racing”) braid change a 25 point penalty will be incurred.

d) Body screws will be checked, bearings lubed, tyres and braids cleaned and set before each leg of the series by the track host. Tyres will be cleaned before each stage.

 

9. Series Point Scores

Points will be awarded to each round depending on the final number of Entrants.

 

 

 

 

10. Conditions of Entry

a) The entry fee is $15.00 AUD for Australian and International entries. Australian entry fee includes return postage. Overseas entries - return postage is additional to the entry fee and is payable at the completion of the event. The sole purpose of the fee is to cover postage costs (where applicable) of cars from one round to the next.

Entries will close on
1st October
. Entry fees must be paid by
1
st
October.
This is to ensure that people do not enter and then fail to send in a car, and denying others an entry spot. Entry fees are not refundable. Consideration may be given in exceptional circumstances and will be at the discression of the organiser

c) Cars will need to be with the Series Director by
8th November
for Tech inspection and allow sufficient time to rectify any issues with entrants cars. Please notify by Auslot Forum PM when cars have been posted

d) Entries will be limited to 15 cars per class - One entry per person.

e) Entrants will be invited to enter in the following order to prevent a first come first served scenario and people missing out because they weren't online at the right time.

i.
Those that entered last year and supported the event will have first option to enter again.

ii.
Australian and NZ members of Auslot who did not enter last year will be invited to enter next.

iii.
New International entries are welcome after that.

iv.
A reserve list will be used to fill vacant spots if required.

 

11. Postal address for sending cars and payment details

P.Kalbfell

2 Shelmore Drive

Old Beach

Tasmania 7017

 

12. Misc. notes

a) When sending car please do not use a plastic "crystal” case to hold you car. A small cardboard box with the car well wrapped in bubble wrap will suffice.

Please do not send any spare parts with car as in the past they have had a tendency to go missing

c) All cars will receive numbers (label paper stickers and will be attached to each car at round 1. Cars from last year will be allocated a number from last years finishing order). Entrants new to the proxy rally will be allocated numbers in sequential order upon receipt of entry.

 

13. Tracks and Hosting a Round

 

There will be at least one round on Plastic Track this year.

 

a) Tracks are to be purpose built single or dual lane rally tracks. Multi lane race tracks with integral rally circuits are acceptable, provided the track is considered 'tight and twisty' and no long straights. Under no circumstances are rounds to be conducted on race circuits.

Tracks are to have smooth surfaces. Elevations encouraged but extreme rough track surfaces that disadvantage some brands of car are not welcome. We are looking for a wide variety of makes and models and not a field dominated by one model only.

c) The intention is to run the rounds at no longer than at 2 week intervals. Your round should be run by the next week end after the cars have arrived at your track. Forwarding on of the box of cars should be in time to arrive at the next host in plenty of time to run the round.

d) Each days driving should be reported back to the forum when completed.

e) An official score sheet should be completed and forwarded via e-mail to the director at the conclusion of your round. A template will be forward to you by the director before the commencement of your round.

f) The postal addresses of next round host and reimbursement for postage costs will be forwarded to hosts by the series director at the conclusion of your round if required.

g) Track owners are to run cars against the clock for a minimum of 8 minutes per round. You can break this up into as many stages as you like, for example, stage 1 on a Friday night, stages 2 and 3 on Saturday night and stage 4 on Sunday afternoon. An additional reputable driver (co driver) may be used to assist in driving at least one stage but must complete a full cycle of cars through that stage. The co- driver must be suitably familiar with the hosts track. Stages can vary in length and direction, just as long as the total time for the fastest cars is approximately 8 minutes.

If you are unsure how many laps to run to total 8 minutes of driving - work out the best lap time you expect from a car in this field. Say 6.00 secs. How many laps will the fastest cars have to do be on track for 8 minutes. 8 minutess is 480 seconds so 80 laps total is a fair guess.

 

14. DISCALIMER

Entrants should understand that no responsibility is accepted by the organisers, hosts or participants of the OzRally Proxy Series 20010/11 for the loss and/or damage to your cars or parts/equipment supplied either before, during or after the series is conducted.

 

15. OzRally Proxy Series 2014/15 Eligibility List

This list of cars is not complete. Additional models maybe submitted to the organisers for consideration. The model must comply with the requirements as set out in the Series Description. Submissions should be supported by both documentary and pictorial evidence of a model’s suitability for acceptance in the series.

After consideration the series director’s decision on a model’s acceptance to the list, shall

be final and not open to appeal.

 

. AUTOART

Citroen Xsara

Ford Focus

Mitsubishi Lancer

Peugeot 206

Subaru WRX

 

Avant Slot

Subaru

Mitsubishi

Peugeot 207

But needs factory inline mount fitted.

 

SCALEXTRIC

Ford Focus

Mitsubishi Lancer

Peugeot 307

Renault Megane

Skoda Fabia

Subaru WRX

Ford Fiesta RS WRC

Mini Countryman WRC

 

FLY

No cars eligible

 

NINCO

Citroen C2, C4, Saxo

Fiat Punto, Uno

Ford Focus

Mitsubishi Lancer

Peugeot 306, 307

Renault Clio

Seat Cordoba

Subaru WRX

Toyota Corolla

Golf ( only for returning cars that run last year )

 

SCX

Ford Focus,Fiesta, Festiva

Citroen Xsara, DS 3,C4, C2

Hyundai Accent

Mitsubishi Lancer

Peugeot 206, 307

Skoda Octavia

Subaru Imprezza

Skoda Fabia

Toyota Corolla

Seat Cordoba

Suzuki Swift

Renault Megane

 

TeamSlot

Celica ST 185

 

Carrera

Mini Countryman WRC

Citroen DS3

 

 

 

 

 

 

Historic Cars

 

Series Description

This year’s Oz Rally Proxy Series will be open to cars that competed in a Rally Championship before 1987. See list of eligible cars.

 

Entrant's cars shall comply with the following rules.

The onus is on the entrant to ensure that their car complies with the rules.

There will be no allowances if you cannot make a particular model comply even if it is on the eligibility list.

Please think carefully about your choice before deciding on what to enter.

 

1. Body

a) Body must be as original RTR. No additional material to be used to modify the body other than updating wings etc as per 1:1 car.

The body to be fitted with a 3 dimensional interior consisting of at least a driver and co/driver ( head and shoulders), steering wheel and 2 seats Vac form plastic is acceptable.

c) All cars must have all windows, as fitted to the original 1:1 scale prototype. The window material must be transparent. Vac form plastic is acceptable. Plastic pieces glued individually to the window frame is acceptable but must be fixed securely to the body shell.

d) The Only Resin Body allowed are Team Slot RTR.

 

2. Wheels & Tyres

a) Wheels are open to any brand but must have a wheel insert or be a one piece wheel with sufficient detail to represent the style of the period of the model.

Rear Tyres are open to any eurethane or rubber tyre.

i) Silicone tyres are prohibited eg; PPR Super tyres, Slot.it S1's, Puma Paws, Indy Grips, etc.

ii) Foam rubber tyres are prohibited eg; tuna type.

iii) Wheels and /or Tyres shall not protrude beyond the outer edge of the wheel arch opening

Front tyres cannot be any more than 1mm smaller than the rears.

Minium tyre diameter is 18mm front and 19mm Rear.

3. Chassis

a) The original RTR chassis as fitted to original body of the car must be retained.

If Non podded the motor orientation must remain the same.

The chassic cannot be cut to add a pod.

Traction Magnets are prohibited.

c) Podded , inline sidewinder, angle winder, chassis allowed.

Plastic pod and chassis Only.

d) Chassis may be braced as required with a non metal material.eg plastic or PCB sheet. Brass, aluminum, steel or any other ferrous metal and carbon fibre are not permitted.

e) Motor pod will be allowed this year BUT may be excluded in future years.

f) Guide flag mount may be replaced but pivot point must remain as original

g) Ground clearance - a starting clearance of 1.6mm is recommended under chassis with a minimum clearance of 1.2 mm under the chassis including the gear. (Last year two cars had clearance problems during the event). If your car does not clear the track it may not get run until the problem is fixed.

 

h) The entrant's name must be indelibly written on chassis. Use either your forum or real name.

i) Body screws should be retained within the chassis in a manner to stop them falling out.

J) 4wd cars can be converted to run as 2wd.

4. Weight

No limit on weight. Ballast must be firmly attached and located within the body of the car, unless it is a car returning from last years event.

 

Cars returning from last year:

No weight may protrude lower that the bottom of the chassis
.
Any weight under the chassis Must be located within pockets or recess’s in the chassis.

 

This is to prevent any possibility of lead hitting the track braid, tape or rails.

 

 

5. Motors

Open motor choice

 

6. Other Parts

Open choice of body mount screws axles, gears, guides and braids.

 

 

 

7. Technical Inspection

a) All cars will be inspected by the series director before the first round for compliance with the rules.

The onus is on the entrant to ensure that their car complies with the rules at the technical inspection.

c)
Should a car not comply the entrant will have the option of having it returned to rectify or withdraw. Minor non compliances can be rectified by and at the discretion of the series director.

 

8. Modifications Repairs & Pre-event Checks To Cars During The Series.

a)
Once a car has passed a technical inspection its technical specification cannot be changed.

Specifically:

- Gear ratio.

- Motor spec,

- Guide type,

- Wheel / Tyre size and compound.

An allowance will be made before the series begins to correct a technical spec that is in breach of the rules

In the event of a mechanical failure, components can be replaced but must be of the same spec as originally entered.

c) If a car requires a tyre or (“racing”) braid change a 25 point penalty will be incurred.

d) Body screws will be checked, bearings lubed, tyres and braids cleaned and set before each leg of the series by the track host. Tyres will be cleaned before each stage.

 

9. Series Point Scores

Points will be awarded to each round depending on the final number of Entrants.

 

 

10. Conditions of Entry

a) The entry fee is $15.00 AUD for Australian and International entries. Australian entry fee includes return postage. Overseas entries - return postage is additional to the entry fee and is payable at the completion of the event. The sole purpose of the fee is to cover postage costs (where applicable) of cars from one round to the next.

Entries will close on
1
st
October.
Entry fees must be paid by
1
st
October.
This is to ensure that people do not enter and then fail to send in a car, and denying others an entry spot. Entry fees are not refundable. Consideration may be given in exceptional circumstances and will be at the discression of the organiser

c) Cars will need to be with the Series Director by
8st November
for Tech inspection and allow sufficient time to rectify any issues with entrants cars. Please notify by Auslot Forum PM when cars have been posted

d) Entries will be limited to 15 cars per class - One entry per person.

e) Entrants will be invited to enter in the following order to prevent a first come first served scenario and people missing out because they weren't online at the right time.

i.
Those that entered last year and supported the event will have first option to enter again.

ii.
Australian and NZ members of Auslot who did not enter last year will be invited to enter next.

iii.
New International entries are welcome after that.

iv.
A reserve list will be used to fill vacant spots if required.

 

11. Postal address for sending cars and payment details

 

Cars must be sent to: P.Kalbfell

2 Shelmore Drive

 

 

 

Old Beach

Tasmania 7017

 

 

12. Misc. notes

a) When sending car please do not use a plastic "crystal” case to hold you car. A small cardboard box with the car well wrapped in bubble wrap will suffice.

Please do not send any spare parts with car as in the past they have had a tendency to go missing

c) All cars will receive numbers (label paper stickers and will be attached to each car at round 1. Cars from last year will be allocated a number from last years finishing order). Entrants new to the proxy rally will be allocated numbers in sequential order upon receipt of entry.

 

13. Tracks and Hosting a Round

 

 

There will be at least one round on Plastic Track this year.

 

 

 

a) Tracks are to be purpose built single or dual lane rally tracks. Multi lane race tracks with integral rally circuits are acceptable, provided the track is considered 'tight and twisty' and no long straights. Under no circumstances are rounds to be conducted on race circuits.

Tracks are to have smooth surfaces. Elevations encouraged but extreme rough track surfaces that disadvantage some brands of car are not welcome. We are looking for a wide variety of makes and models and not a field dominated by one model only.

c) The intention is to run the rounds at no longer than at 2 week intervals. Your round should be run by the next week end after the cars have arrived at your track. Forwarding on of the box of cars should be in time to arrive at the next host in plenty of time to run the round.

d) Each days driving should be reported back to the forum when completed.

e) An official score sheet should be completed and forwarded via e-mail to the director at the conclusion of your round. A template will be forward to you by the director before the commencement of your round.

f) The postal addresses of next round host and reimbursement for postage costs will be forwarded to hosts by the series director at the conclusion of your round if required.

g) Track owners are to run cars against the clock for a minimum of 8 minutes per round. You can break this up into as many stages as you like, for example, stage 1 on a Friday night, stages 2 and 3 on Saturday night and stage 4 on Sunday afternoon. An additional reputable driver (co driver) may be used to assist in driving at least one stage but must complete a full cycle of cars through that stage. The co- driver must be suitably familiar with the hosts track. Stages can vary in length and direction, just as long as the total time for the fastest cars is approximately 8 minutes.

If you are unsure how many laps to run to total 8 minutes of driving - work out the best lap time you expect from a car in this field. Say 6.00 secs. How many laps will the fastest cars have to do be on track for 8 minutes. 8 minutess is 480 seconds so 80 laps total is a fair guess.

 

14. DISCALIMER

Entrants should understand that no responsibility is accepted by the organisers, hosts or participants of the OzRally Proxy Series 20013/14 for the loss and/or damage to your cars or parts/equipment supplied either before, during or after the series is conducted.

 

15. OzRally Proxy Series 2013/14 Eligibility List

This list of cars is not complete. Additional models maybe submitted to the organisers for consideration. The model must comply with the requirements as set out in the Series Description. Submissions should be supported by both documentary and pictorial evidence of a model’s suitability for acceptance in the series.

After consideration the series director’s decision on a model’s acceptance to the list, shall

be final and not open to appeal.

 

 

Auto Art

Sierra

Lancia Fulvia

 

Avant Slot

Opel Manta 400

Renault Alpine A310

 

Fly

Alfa RomeoGTAv

Lancia 037

Porsche 911s

Porsche 911SC

Renault R5

 

GOM

Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV

 

MRRC

Porsche 911

Porsche904

 

MSC

Porsche 959

Metro 6R4

Ford RS200

 

Ninco

Lancia 037

Lancia Stratos

Ford Sierra

Porsche 934

Austin Healey

 

Power Slot

Opel GT

 

Revell

Audi Sport Quattro SWB

Opel Ascona 400

Mercedes 220 SE

Mercedes 300 SE

 

Scalex

Ford Escort Mk1

FORD LOTUS CORTINA

MORRIS MINI COOPER

Ferrari 308 GTB

Holden L34 Torana 1976

MGB

Ford RS200

Metro 6R4

Volkswagen Beetle

Triumph TR7

Datsun 240Z

 

Racer

240Z

 

SCX

Lancia Delta S4

FIAT 124 SPYDER

Renault 5 Turbo

Ford Sierra Cosworth

Renault Alpine A110

Ford Escort MKII

Renault 8 TS

Talbot Sunbeam Lotus

Seat 131 Abarth

Seat 1430

Seat Panda

Mini Cooper

PORSCHE 911

Lancia 037

MGA

Citroen DS 19

Porsche 959

Porsche 911 RS

 

Sloter

Opel Manta 400

 

Spirit

Volkswagen Golf

BMW 2002

Renualt 5 Turbo

Peugeot 205

 

SRC

Ford Capri RS2600

 

Team Slot

Opel Ascona 400

Renault Alpine A310

Audi Quattro A1

Lancia Stratos

Renault 5 Turbo

Renault Alpine A110

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Raid Dakar Type Vehicles.

 

These cars will compete on some special tracks with rougher surfaces and possible designed for Raid vehicles.

 

Series Description

This year’s Oz Rally Proxy Series will be open to cars that competed in a Dakar Type event. Only those cars listed Below are eligible.

 

Entrant's cars shall comply with the following rules.

The onus is on the entrant to ensure that their car complies with the rules.

There will be no allowances if you cannot make a particular model comply even if it is on the eligibility list.

Please think carefully about your choice before deciding on what to enter.

 

1. Body

a) Body must be as original RTR. No additional material to be used to modify the body other than updating wings etc as per 1:1 car.

The body to be fitted with the original plastic interior,as supplied.

d) No resin bodies allowed.

 

The minium height of any car is 50mm from the setup board.

This should allow for sanding the tread off the tyres.

 

2. Wheels & Tyres

a) Wheels are open to any brand but must have a wheel insert or be a one piece wheel with sufficient detail to represent the style of the period of the model.

Rear Tyres are open to any eurethane or rubber tyre.

i) Silicone tyres are prohibited eg; PPR Super tyres, Slot.it S1's, Puma Paws, Indy Grips, etc.

ii) Foam rubber tyres are prohibited eg; tuna type.

iii) Wheels and /or Tyres shall not protrude beyond the outer edge of the wheel arch opening

 

Minium tyre diameter is 22mm

3. Chassis

a) The original RTR chassis as fitted to original body of the car must be retained.

 

d) Chassis may be braced as required with a non metal material.eg plastic or PCB sheet. Brass, aluminum, steel or any other ferrous metal and carbon fibre are not permitted.

 

f) Guide flag mount may be replaced but pivot point must remain as original

g) Ground clearance - a starting clearance of 3mm is recommended under chassis with a minimum clearance of 2.5 mm under the chassis including the gear.

 

h) The entrant's name must be indelibly written on chassis. Use either your forum or real name.

i) Body screws should be retained within the chassis in a manner to stop them falling out.

J) 4wd cars can be converted to run as 2wd.

4. Weight

No limit on weight. Ballast must be firmly attached and located no lower than the bottom of the chassis.

 

This is to prevent any possibility of lead hitting the track braid, tape or rails.

 

 

5. Motors

Open motor choice

 

6. Other Parts

Open choice of body mount screws axles, gears, guides and braids.

 

 

 

7. Technical Inspection

a) All cars will be inspected by the series director before the first round for compliance with the rules.

The onus is on the entrant to ensure that their car complies with the rules at the technical inspection.

c) Should a car not comply the entrant will have the option of having it returned to rectify or withdraw. Minor non compliances can be rectified by and at the discretion of the series director.

 

8. Modifications Repairs & Pre-event Checks To Cars During The Series.

a) Once a car has passed a technical inspection its technical specification cannot be changed.

Specifically:

- Gear ratio.

- Motor spec,

- Guide type,

- Wheel / Tyre size and compound.

An allowance will be made before the series begins to correct a technical spec that is in breach of the rules

In the event of a mechanical failure, components can be replaced but must be of the same spec as originally entered.

c) If a car requires a tyre or (“racing”) braid change a 25 point penalty will be incurred.

d) Body screws will be checked, bearings lubed, tyres and braids cleaned and set before each leg of the series by the track host. Tyres will be cleaned before each stage.

 

9. Series Point Scores

Points will be awarded to each round depending on the final number of Entrants

 

 

10. Conditions of Entry

 

 

 

a) The entry fee is $15.00 AUD for Australian and International entries. Australian entry fee includes return postage. Overseas entries - return postage is additional to the entry fee and is payable at the completion of the event. The sole purpose of the fee is to cover postage costs (where applicable) of cars from one round to the next.

Entries will close on
1
st
October
. Entry fees must be paid by
1
st
October
This is to ensure that people do not enter and then fail to send in a car, and denying others an entry spot. Entry fees are not refundable. Consideration may be given in exceptional circumstances and will be at the discression of the organiser

c) Cars will need to be with the Series Director by
8th November
for Tech inspection and allow sufficient time to rectify any issues with entrants cars. Please notify by Auslot Forum PM when cars have been posted

d) Entries will be limited to 15 cars per class - One entry per person.

e) Entrants will be invited to enter in the following order to prevent a first come first served scenario and people missing out because they weren't online at the right time.

i.
Those that entered last year and supported the event will have first option to enter again.

ii.
Australian and NZ members of Auslot who did not enter last year will be invited to enter next.

iii.
New International entries are welcome after that.

iv.
A reserve list will be used to fill vacant spots if required.

 

11. Postal address for sending cars and payment details

Contact Kalbfellp for postal address and bank details. Pay Pal is available to entrants.

 

12. Misc. notes

a) When sending car please do not use a plastic "crystal” case to hold you car. A small cardboard box with the car well wrapped in bubble wrap will suffice.

Please do not send any spare parts with car as in the past they have had a tendency to go missing

c) All cars will receive numbers (label paper stickers and will be attached to each car at round 1. Cars from last year will be allocated a number from last years finishing order). Entrants new to the proxy rally will be allocated numbers in sequential order upon receipt of entry.

 

13. Tracks and Hosting a Round

 

There will be at least one round on Plastic Track this year.

 

a) Tracks are to be purpose built single or dual lane rally tracks. Multi lane race tracks with integral rally circuits are acceptable, provided the track is considered 'tight and twisty' and no long straights. Under no circumstances are rounds to be conducted on race circuits.

Raid Vehicles may run on rougher special track or Track surface than the other class vehicles.

c) The intention is to run the rounds at no longer than at 2 week intervals. Your round should be run by the next week end after the cars have arrived at your track. Forwarding on of the box of cars should be in time to arrive at the next host in plenty of time to run the round.

d) Each days driving should be reported back to the forum when completed.

e) An official score sheet should be completed and forwarded via e-mail to the director at the conclusion of your round. A template will be forward to you by the director before the commencement of your round.

f) The postal addresses of next round host and reimbursement for postage costs will be forwarded to hosts by the series director at the conclusion of your round if required.

g) Track owners are to run cars against the clock for a minimum of 8 minutes per round. You can break this up into as many stages as you like, for example, stage 1 on a Friday night, stages 2 and 3 on Saturday night and stage 4 on Sunday afternoon. An additional reputable driver (co driver) may be used to assist in driving at least one stage but must complete a full cycle of cars through that stage. The co- driver must be suitably familiar with the hosts track. Stages can vary in length and direction, just as long as the total time for the fastest cars is approximately 8 minutes.

If you are unsure how many laps to run to total 8 minutes of driving - work out the best lap time you expect from a car in this field. Say 6.00 secs. How many laps will the fastest cars have to do be on track for 8 minutes. 8 minutess is 480 seconds so 80 laps total is a fair guess.

 

14. DISCALIMER

Entrants should understand that no responsibility is accepted by the organisers, hosts or participants of the OzRally Proxy Series 20013/14 for the loss and/or damage to your cars or parts/equipment supplied either before, during or after the series is conducted.

 

15. OzRally Raid Proxy Series 2014/15 Eligibility List

This list of cars is not complete. Additional models maybe submitted to the organisers for consideration. The model must comply with the requirements as set out in the Series Description. Submissions should be supported by both documentary and pictorial evidence of a model’s suitability for acceptance in the series.

After consideration the series director’s decision on a model’s acceptance to the list, shall

be final and not open to appeal.

 

 

SCX

( For a Real Challenge!)

Misubishi Pajero Evo

Hummer

VW Touareg

 

 

Avant Slot

Mitsubishe Pajero Evo

 

Ninco

BMW X5.

Misubishi Pajero ( Must look like Dakar/Raid)

Mistubishi Pajero EVO

Ford Ranger Pro Truck (Set cars need to be painted and decalled)

Land Rover Bowler Nemesis

Hummer

Volkswagen Toureg

Schessler Buggy

 

Scalex

Range Rover suitably painted represent a Dakar/Raid entrant.

 

Other vehicles will be considered IF they meet criteria.

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So far we have 10 probably tracks for this event.

The raid cars will probably be run on tywo tracks that the other entrants wont run as as the surface is much rougher and more suited to the raids.

Keep tuned for more info.


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Highly recommended to not use a guide bigger than a ninco pro guide either...

This will ensure that it works well on my Scaley sport track, and even then, if you use thin braid, from memory, it will just bottom out, but still run fine...

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Excellent work on the rules Phil, well done.


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Great rules

I'll have to get the rally track out

Ps phil if you need another track I'm more than happy to host a round

I can run the 3 classes on my track

 

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Ross happy to add you to the hosts thsnk you very much.

Stil trying to sort a schedule, But Sydney will be early new year, gives Mel time to get sorted.

This Proxy was originally I tended to be some fun and allow individuals to host with small tracks.

I want to try and stay true to Martins original idea.

 


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Hi Phil. I will enter a car in both classes thanks. Also, happy to provide a extra track if need be but it seems you might have that aspect covered.

 

Cheers

 

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So front and rear tyres on the Raids can have a greater difference than 1mm?

 

And would this fall under historics? I believe it was pre 97.

 

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Ben Historic is Pre 1987.

The earlir ST 185 has been allowed as it fitted the earlier rules from about 3 years ago.

 

The raids have a minium diameter of 22 mm, but you are OK to run bigger on the fear, not sure why you would want to be bigger than 23 mm.

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Ben Historic is Pre 1987.

The earlir ST 185 has been allowed as it fitted the earlier rules from about 3 years ago.

 

Doh! I read the cut off for WRC and assumed that anything under that was historic, my bad.

 

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I now have a rough schedule for this years event.

As always the race dates are are very variable! :lol:

Round one will be here at Shelmore Rally Track.

Round 2 is at Ben Murphys then the cars will travel to Canberra where Shadow Rusty ( Michael) will run round 3.

Then off to Sydney to the Team there who will run 3 possible 4 Rounds, should be early January all being well and not too many hangovers! :D

On completion of the NSW rounds the cars will go to Stubbo for the only Victorian round this year.

They then return to Tassie for the Bat Florio Hillclimb round and the final here on the Shelmore Hillclimb track.

 

Owing to the large field this year the Raids wiil be shipped in their own package,this will allow some of he hosts to split the load of running the event a bit.

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Hi Miveson.

 

Most of the Scaly cars are sidewinders. I have a Mini Countryman and a Fiesta I would like to run and have asked about removal of magnet humps in chassis which can make clearance difficult.

 

Still keen to run if allowed as Subaru getting a little old in the tooth.

 

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Agreed on the scaley cars and the motor 'grilles', and the magnet pockets...

They definitely need to be removed on some cars to allow decent clearances...

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Hi Phil.

 

You will recall I did send you some photos.

 

Think I retained on my Ford RS200 as I put lead around to make same height then put plastic tape over. Would be easier if could be removed.

 

One thing I like about Scaly cars is they are close to scale. At least the ones I have measured.

 

Carrera are also putting out a good range. Would be good to see these encouraged as well.

 

To my mind it is too easy to just go and buy a more professional model (MSC). I like having to develop even if it takes a few years.

 

I see Slot-it cars are starting to make an appearance in IPS this year. Good on the people for entering but event ends up like our NZ Canam Proxy where it is almost all professional cars. Proxy racing has always been as much about building as racing. That is my interest anyway.

 

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You did send me some pics,I also asked acouple of our guys to show me some cars so I could look at them.

The original reason sidewinder and angle winders were not allowed was that the Avant slot were starting to dominate in Spain.

It never happened here.I have a Carrera to look at and will see if I can borrow some more Scalex and see what need to be done with the rules for next year.

Will certainly still keep WRC as a none podded class.

IMO the rules are close just a few tweeks.


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In the 2 years I've entered proxy racing

I've enter cars that suit the rules so if it

Includes prodded or none prodded I'm entering

What's convenient for me to suit the rules

I'm 36yr with a 4yr old boy an a 19mnth little girl

So with work an family I don't have all day to sit around scratch building chassis's and personally I only like the top end priced cars !!

Check out the cars in the us/can grp5 proxy

They have all sorts of chassis's Spring steel to brass/piano wire with Slotit pod then there is my car box stock with the go fast bits, they all comply to the rules, sounds like you want the rules to suit

Your style of build only I'm happy with that as I said I build what suits me and the rules of the proxy

 

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Charles you are talking rubbish about MSC cars , i spent a lot of time working on them my first year the RS 200 was not in the hunt , because i developed it the wrong way, last year i was lucky to have a winning car because i spent a lot of time working on it to make it better , this year same car but didn't do anything to it and hence it,s not as good , the OZ formula is one of the better one's in proxy don't F up a good proxy please. :angry:

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