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What Is New Within The 2018 Apc Car Classes ?

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1/32 Plafit US Muscle Cars

 

- No regulation changes. Body list updated.

 

1/32 Plafit Modern GT

 

- No regulation changes. Body list updated.

 

1/27 Plafit Mini-Z GT

 

- No regulation changes. Same as in 2017.

 

1/24 Plafit Formula LeMans (Team Race)

 

- Head and tail lights are not allowed to be coloured. No additional lights.

- Tech. includes a light function test. The driver will re-fit the body back onto the chassis after tech.

- Using the Plafit Cheetah 4 Motor.

 

1/24 Plafit Historic's

 

- The Plafit 1705GS T-Plate, blue with countersunk screw holes is now included as Plafit supplies the assembled chassis this way.

- There are more new historic body types included for this year.

 

1/24 Plafit Group C (Team Race)

 

- No regulation changes, Same as in 2017.

 

1/24 Plafit Formula 1

 

- No regulation changes at this stage. However there might be a new body set of a 2018 Formula 1 car available. To be adviced.

- Using the Plafit Cheetah 4 Motor (hand-out).

 

1/24 Plafit Japanese GT (GTJ)

 

- The minimum total car weight for the Honda NSX has been raised to 170 grams.

- Using the Plafit Fox 4 Motor (hand-out).

 

 

All 2018 car regulations are on our website here : https://www.acehobbi...om.au/galleries

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Hi just for interest what was the feason for not allowing the coloured headlights in the formula LeMans class?

 

Kind regards

Ray

Edited by Ratracer

As Parnelli Jones the Indy 500 winner once said "If you are not out of control you are not going fast enough!"

 

2017 Plafit FLM Edurance Champion

Team Thunderbird

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Noel, I think it means white front lights, and red tail lights, as per real cars.

I think a lot of people were starting to Color their lights for easy identification during the " night " portion of the racing.

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