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Down Under Proxy Race Series 2007 - Rnd 10

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Yes Paul: two Proxy cars. Chris Briggs's 190 gram :lol: Sports Sedan car in 2004 and Bob Mc Farland's BMW in 2003. Both brass scratch built chassis's.

 

Bobs chassis was the most impressive handling brass chassis that i have driven,it was fantastic.

 

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It has some very small flex bars in it that seemed to dampen the movement very well.

 

Phil


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That things got more hinges than a Chinese wardrobe.

 

Looks like it was running sponge tyres too

 

Paul


May the downforce be with you.

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Has any car ever beat Phil on his own track?

 

Sport, we've got to try, don't we? :P Otherwise what's the point of racing? B)


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I enjoy racing. Winning or losing is secondary.

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Lim, I plan on beating Phil next year. Don't know how but someone has to do it. Maybe I can trick him into giving away some local secret.

 

Phil, what's the lap record on Shelmore Park and what are the specs of the car that did it? One of your cars?

 

Paul


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Plastic or Brass chassis???

 

 

Lim, I plan on beating Phil next year. Don't know how but someone has to do it. Maybe I can trick him into giving away some local secret.

 

Phil, what's the lap record on Shelmore Park and what are the specs of the car that did it? One of your cars?

 

Paul


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The plastic car was my Slot it Porsche 956! No great secrets just a very good set of P2 tyres,and some lead at about 123 grams! It has slowed a bit after 12 month of racing. Weight is a stip down each side and a piece stuck on either side of the motor. Gearing is standard and the motor is original 25,000. It is just one of those great cars that you get sometimes.

 

Phil


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Hi All

just a quick note to say that the remaining Down under proxy cars are in the post and on their way home.

Pm's sent to those people.

Cheers Alan

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