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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:23 pm

You said you leaving the forum??

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Post  ototw on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:29 pm

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:32 pm

Thought you were just moeg?

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Post  ototw on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:34 pm

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:45 pm

Go sleep on it and look with fresh eyes in the morning.

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Post  ototw on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:48 pm

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:55 pm

Are you not over charging them?

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Post  ototw on Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:01 pm

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:06 pm

What brand are they? I had two 4000 20c lipos pop on me, but I didn't treat them softly. I charged at just over 5amps and left them as is after racing. They lasted a good while, and I bought them second hand.

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:15 pm

Those are damn fine bats???? Dunno bud, speak to the importer, maybe they faulty?? Maybe your charger is faulty??

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Post  ototw on Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:17 pm

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Mon Nov 28, 2011 1:31 pm

Investigate it further with the supplier, sounds a bit suspect???

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  AndrewH on Fri Jan 13, 2012 7:54 am

Hi guys
looking forward to getting back on the track.
will be joining you guys in the TTO1 class.
Just want to check if all the rules are still the same.
Am i correct in saying that the following applies. 1800 batt, silver can, any tamiya hoppups, dynamite tyres, touring body.
the things i am not sure on is the weight and the gearing.
Looking forward to it.

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Post  ototw on Sat May 05, 2012 1:53 pm

How to be competitive:
fresh battery
service your car ie:bearings,shocks
run with tyres with no cut edges
radio battery charged
no broken hubs or control arms
spur and pinion gears not to be feathered
soldering done properly,no loose connections
important hop-ups,alushaft;oil shocks and metal bearings @ wheels,diff carrier and propshaft .
be within your weight limit
do not tamper with the johnson motor
its allways sad to be disqualified for not being within the rules,
thats just basic facts to be aware of.

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Post  ototw on Sun May 13, 2012 10:36 am

Results of clubmeeting 15th of April 2012:

Race Results for A Final: Round:3 Tamiya TT01

Position Car # Name Laps Time Fastest
Lap Average
Lap

1 4 Rayner 12 5m23.800 26.230 26.983
2 1 COLIN SANDERSON P 11 5m03.730 25.840 27.612
3 2 JOHAN STRYDOM P 11 5m05.680 26.050 27.789
4 3 Charl Jansen 11 5m07.430 24.480 27.948
5 5 Sean Parker 10 5m10.410 27.690 31.041
6 7 KEVIN WILLIAMS P 9 5m21.000 31.460 35.667
7 6 RICARDO WILLIAMS P 3 1m34.890 28.430 31.630

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Post  ototw on Sat May 19, 2012 12:24 pm

A non official practice session @ DRCCC,a few of us going around 10 o'clock tomorrow morning,all wellcome,lets practice,the capeys are hot,we need to be ready by November 2012,we need to keep the big bling bling here in PE.

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Re: TT01 racing

Post  the DJ on Sun May 20, 2012 5:05 am

Hahaha, not a chance buddy!!!!! That bling bling is staying in the CAPE!!!!!!! Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

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TT01 Tamiya rules USA

Post  ototw on Sun May 20, 2012 9:17 am

Interesting reading:
http://www.tamiyausa.com/tcs/rules.php
Some rules I'll highlite:
Intro


Welcome to the Tamiya Championship Series rules page. Here you will find all the rules and regulations for the series that govern all the classes online. For a printable and portable version of the rules: click here for file

General


General Rules applying to ALL vehicles and classes

Batteries

The batteries allowed for the 2012 season are:
NiCd and NiMh batteries that are legal for TCS are the same ones found on the ROAR approved list as seen here: http://www.roarracing.com/approvals/sbattery.php
Hard Cased LIPO batteries are legal for all classes. See specific class rules for limitations and exceptions.
TCS legal LIPO batteries must be 7.4 volts 2S-1P/2P specification. TCS legal LIPO batteries may not exceed 6000 MAh capacity. See class specific rules as MAH and C rating may be limited for a particular class. You may use the ROAR approved LIPO list found here as a guide and reference to the 7.4 Volt 2S-1P batteries that are permitted for TCS: http://www.roarracing.com/approvals/lipobattery.php
NOTE: Despite the ROAR approved list, All TCS legal LIPOS must have a Molded Plastic, Hard Case! Soft case packs are not legal for the TCS series.
Sport packs that are readily available at hobby stores are legal as long as they are assembled from the general hobby industry i.e. Orion, Peak, Reedy, Duratrax, Dynamite, Trinity and Hobbico etc.
Batteries that are purchased direct from Sanyo, Panasonic, Intellect or Gold Peak that have no hobby industry branding are not legal. These batteries include those that are used in power tools and have a solid colored shrink-wrapping to them. Racers that still own batteries such as the Sanyo NI-CD 2000, 1400, 1700 or 1200 are allowed as long as they have the original hobby industry shrink-wrap.
LIPO TECH rule: In the interest of safety and fairness, all LIPO batteries will be volt metered at TECH prior to a “race or qualifying” heat. LIPO batteries exceeding 8.44 volts will not be allowed to race on the track until they have been discharged to meet the 8.44 rule.
Any battery connector or direct hard wiring to the battery is allowed.

Tires and Wheels

Tire conditioners are allowed on rubber/foam tires in all classes, but may be restricted at certain venues. (Some TCS host sites do not allow additives due to ventilation issues) Tires may not enter the TECH inspection area in a wet condition.
Tire Tech Rule: In order to keep tech moving quickly and smoothly, tire warmers are not allowed in the tech inspection area. They may be used after the car has passed technical inspection.
It is not permitted or legal to drill extra vent holes on the vehicles wheels for the purpose of altering the performance and grip level of the tire. Enlarging the existing vent hole is also illegal.
Any tire insert may be used in the open Tamiya rubber tire classes. “Spec” pre-mounted rubber tire classes may not remove the installed Tamiya insert. Running rubber tires with no inserts is permitted and legal in the open tire classes.
GT-3, GT-2, GT-1 and FWD must use Tamiya’s pre-mounted and glued spec tire/wheel. Items: 1015 Tamiya Pre-Mounted Tires Type B3 (24mm) and item 1030 Tamiya Pre-Mounted tires Type-A (24mm). NOTE: The B3 tire set (item 1015) comes with 5-spoke, gunmetal color wheels unique to the pre-mount set. (Pre-Assembled components: 53705, 53582, 53471) The Type-A tire (item 1030) is mounted on a standard 0-offset dish white wheel with hard insert (Pre-Assembled components: 53433/53435/53475). (Carpet track locations are exempt from this rule) Carpet track locations may use any Tamiya 24 mm tires and wheels. (Racers tip: The new C type compound is recommended for carpet tracks)
M-Chassis classes must use the Spec 60D Pre-mounted tire sets available. Items: 1016 (Super Grip Radial w/foam insert-firm), 1028 (60D Type-A w/foam insert soft) and 1029 (60D Type-A w/foam insert hard) All tires are mounted on Suzuki Swift wheels.

Spec Novice Rules
Recommended Minimum Skill Level: Novice; Minimal to no racing experience, early stages of driving development.
The Spec class is intended for Novice drivers only. It’s the host sites discretion to police over qualified racers from the class.

Legal chassis platforms: TT-01, TT-01R, TT-01E and TT-01R-Type E.
The Novice Spec class is limited to the following option parts:
Plastic body CVA mini oil-filled shock set. (Any Tamiya spring may be used)
TT-01 aluminum center prop shaft (53620 and 54026)
TT-01 propeller joint cup set
TT-01 ball bearings (53497 and 54025)
TT-01 adjustable upper arm set (53674)
TT-01 turnbuckle steering tie-rod set (53662)
TT-01 carbon upper deck (53672)
5mm aluminum ball connectors
Aluminum clamp type wheel hubs (4mm, 5mm, 6mm)
Metal motor mount (53666)
Speed tuned gear set. (53665)
The Kit type closed-end-bell, silver can motor (Mabuchi/Johnson) and the 540-J (item 53689) are the only motors allowed for this class.
You must run kit type tires: Racing Slicks (50454), Racing Radials (50419), Racing Semi Slick Tires (50810). These are all rubber/vinyl compounds.
Medium Narrow 24mm tires are not allowed. All Tamiya Spec Class cars must use 26mm wheels and tires.
Battery rules: Any TCS approved NiCd, NiMh and LIPO batteries. See general rules section.

Follow above mention link and read the international rules regarding TT01's

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Post  ototw on Sun May 20, 2012 9:32 am

This is Tamiya Cup Rules for Gauteng:

TAMIYA CUP 2011/12 – SOUTH AFRICA

General Race Regulations for all classes

1.The entry fee per class entry will be R40 for the 2011/12 season.
2.The 2011/12 season will have 6 classes as listed below;
1. Stock Touring Class
2. FWD Touring Class
3. Mini Chassis Class
4. Formula 1 Class
5. Super Stock Class
6. 4wd GT Class

3.In Stock Touring, the top 5 drivers from the previous years regionals (not the finals) will not be allowed to enter this class again. Furthermore, drivers who have competed in two consecutive seasons, will have to sit out the following season, before being allowed to enter Stock Touring again.
4.In all classes, except Stock Touring, should the winner of a class in the 2010/11 regionals win the same class in the 2011/12 regionals, then that driver may not take part in that class for the next season.
5.Participation in a minimum of 4 out of 8 events qualifies the top three finishers to receive a regional trophy.
6.Participation in a minimum of 4 out of 8 events will earn a driver an automatic invitation to the Tamiya Cup Final.
7.Cars must be built following the instruction manual with original Tamiya parts.
8.Any cars, chassis kits, spare parts or hop-up options, which are not yet available in South Africa, will not be permitted in Tamiya Cup events. Furthermore, drivers who want to take part in Tamiya Cup events, and have cars that have not been purchased from a local agent, will have to pay an additional R100 entrance fee, over and above the normal race fee, and will not qualify for prizes.
9.All parts must be used as supplied in the box and/or cut as outlined.
10.Modifications which destroy the original form of the car are not allowed. In all classes the tyre/rim must stay within the body shell, except Formula 1.
11.Although the spares lists do not list all the parts permitted, you may use the spare parts supplied in the original kit. For all other spare parts and Hop-Up options, please refer to the separately available spares lists for each chassis type.
12.Please note that allowable spares detailed in the individual car regulations, over-rides the separately available spares list. For example - Only the 3 types of tyres listed in the Stock Touring regulations are allowed in this class.
13.Radios must be crystal interchangeable. All drivers must have a minimum of three frequencies available. 2.4GHz transmitters are allowed.
14.Tyre additives are allowed in all classes, except Stock Touring. These must be odourless and conform to the required safety standards.
15.Each race will be of 5 minutes duration, plus the time to complete the last lap.
16.Personal transponders may be used where they can be accommodated, however, the event organizer will not be held responsible for any problem that may occur as a result of their use. If there is a problem and your car is not picked up for whatever reason, the race organiser may disregard your race at their discretion.
17.Race numbers are to be handed out by the race organiser at each event and must be appear on both the front and side of the vehicle in each and every race. The race organiser may disqualify a driver from a race if their car does not reflect the number that was handed out to them.
18.Any modifications not described in the regulations are not allowed.
19.Any other issues not clarified in the regulations shall be handled at the discretion of the race organiser.
20.Motors must be from Tamiya.
21.Drivers are to use their own batteries and motors for the regional events, except for Stock Touring where motors are handed out at each event.
22.Batteries and motors will ONLY be supplied by the race organiser at the National Final event.
23.Regarding the 49***/84*** series spare parts, these are only allowed if it is the “colour” version of a spare or Hop-Up part, as listed in the Parts List.


TAMIYA CUP 2011/12 – SOUTH AFRICA

Car Regulations for Stock Touring Class

1.Only TL01, TT01, TT01E, TT01E R and TT01 R chassis’ are permitted in this class.
2.Only spare parts and Hop-Up option parts for these chassis types currently available in South Africa are allowed, and must be used as originally intended.
3.Items 3455877 Front Prop Joint, 3455878 Rear Prop Joint and 51091 TB EvoIV Propshaft are allowed.
4.The speed controller is limited to a 3-step mechanical switch, a CPR01 electronic speed control or a TEU-101BK/TEU-104BK electronic speed control, as supplied in the original kit.
5.The motor is limited to a standard, 2-slot, Johnson 540 motor. Any attempt to modify or to influence the ability of the motor is not allowed.
6.Only standard stick type Ni-Cd OR Ni-Mh battery packs UP TO 3300mah are allowed (Matched packs are not allowed). No modifications to the battery wires or connectors are allowed.
7.Car does not have to be equipped with cockpit detail and a driver figure.
8.Minimum weight of the car ready to run is to be 1,450g, without a transponder.
9.Clearance under main chassis to exceed 5mm before the race.
10.TL01 Speed Tuned Gear Set (53342) is allowed, up to a 19T pinion gear.
11.TT01 Spur Gear Set (53665) 55T is allowed, up to a 25T pinion gear.
12.Use of 53345 TL01 Toe-In Rear Upright and 50808 TG10 Rear Long Wheel Axle is allowed. (These parts are included in 58223 Castrol Mugen and 58244 Mercedes CLK Original Teile)
13.Tyres are limited to 50419 Celica Racing Radial Tyres, 50454 Racing Slick Tyres and 50810 Racing Semi-Slick Tyres. Please note that the TT01R and TT01E R chassis’ must also use the above tyres with 26mm wheels.
14.Tyre additives and tyre warmers are not allowed.

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Post  ototw on Sun May 20, 2012 9:34 am

This is Tamiya Cup Rules for Cape Town taken from the web:
TAMIYA CUP 2011/12 – CAPE TOWN

General Race Regulations for all classes

1.The entry fee per class entry will be R40 and R20 thereafter for every subsequent class.
2.The 2011/12 season will have 6 classes as listed below;
1. Stock Touring Class
2. FWD Touring Class
3. Mini Chassis Class
4. Formula 1 Class
5. Super Stock Class
6. 4wd GT Class

3.In Stock Touring, the top 5 drivers from the previous years regionals (not the finals) will not be allowed to enter this class again. Furthermore, drivers who have competed in two consecutive seasons, will have to sit out the following season, before being allowed to enter Stock Touring again.
4.In all classes, except Stock Touring, should the winner of a class in the 2010/11 regionals win the same class in the 2011/12 regionals, then that driver may not take part in that class for the next season.
5.Participation in a minimum of 3 out of 5 events qualifies the top three finishers to receive a regional trophy.
6.Participation in a minimum of 3 out of 5 events will earn a driver an automatic invitation to the Tamiya Cup Final.
7.Cars must be built following the instruction manual with original Tamiya parts.
8.Any cars, chassis kits, spare parts or hop-up options, which are not yet available in South Africa, will not be permitted in Tamiya Cup events.
9.All parts must be used as supplied in the box and/or cut as outlined.
10.Modifications which destroy the original form of the car are not allowed. In all classes the tyre/rim must stay within the body shell, except Formula 1.
11.Although the spares lists do not list all the parts permitted, you may use the spare parts supplied in the original kit. For all other spare parts and Hop-Up options, please refer to the separately available spares lists for each chassis type.
12.Please note that allowable spares detailed in the individual car regulations, over-rides the separately available spares list. For example - Only the 3 types of tyres listed in the Stock Touring regulations are allowed in this class.
13.Radios must be crystal interchangeable. All drivers must have a minimum of three frequencies available. 2.4GHz transmitters are allowed.
14.Tyre additives are allowed in all classes, except Stock Touring. These must be odourless and conform to the required safety standards.
15.Each race will be of 5 minutes duration, plus the time to complete the last lap.
16.Personal transponders may be used where they can be accommodated, however, the event organizer will not be held responsible for any problem that may occur as a result of their use. If there is a problem and your car is not picked up for whatever reason, the race organiser may disregard your race at their discretion.
17.Race numbers are to be handed out by the race organiser at each event and must be appear on both the front and side of the vehicle in each and every race. The race organiser may disqualify a driver from a race if their car does not reflect the number that was handed out to them.
18.Any modifications not described in the regulations are not allowed.
19.Any other issues not clarified in the regulations shall be handled at the discretion of the race organiser.
20.Motors must be from Tamiya.
21.Regarding the 49***/84*** series spare parts, these are only allowed if it is the “colour” version of a spare or Hop-Up part, as listed in the Parts List.


TAMIYA CUP 2011/12 – CAPE TOWN

Car Regulations for Stock Touring Class

1.Only TL01, TT01, TT01E, TT01E R and TT01 R chassis’ are permitted in this class.
2.Only spare parts and Hop-Up option parts for these chassis types currently available in South Africa are allowed, and must be used as originally intended.
3.Items 3455877 Front Prop Joint, 3455878 Rear Prop Joint and 51091 TB EvoIV Propshaft are allowed.
4.The speed controller is limited to a TEU-104BK electronic speed control, as supplied in the original kit.
5.The motor is limited to a standard, 2-slot, Johnson 540 motor. Any attempt to modify or to influence the ability of the motor is not allowed, however the wires of the speed controller can be soldered to the motor.
6.Ni-Cd, Ni-Mh 7.2v batteries or Li-Po 7.4v batteries up to 3400mah are allowed (the capacity and C rating of the battery pack must be clearly displayed on the pack). Battery wires can be modified at the bottom of the connector to accept other types of speed controller connectors. Wire length must exceed 3cm. Please note that modification of the battery compartment is NOT allowed.
7.Car does not have to be equipped with cockpit detail and a driver figure.
8.Minimum weight of the car ready to run is to be 1,450g, without a transponder.
9.Clearance under main chassis to exceed 5mm before the race.
10.TL01 Speed Tuned Gear Set (53342) is allowed, up to a 19T pinion gear.
11.TT01 Spur Gear Set (53665) 55T is allowed, up to a 25T pinion gear.
12.Use of 53345 TL01 Toe-In Rear Upright and 50808 TG10 Rear Long Wheel Axle is allowed. (These parts are included in 58223 Castrol Mugen and 58244 Mercedes CLK Original Teile)
13.Tyres are limited to 50419 Celica Racing Radial Tyres, 50454 Racing Slick Tyres and 50810 Racing Semi-Slick Tyres. Please note that the TT01R and TT01E R chassis’ must also use the above tyres with 26mm wheels.
14.Tyre additives and tyre warmers are not allowed.

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Post  ototw on Sun May 20, 2012 9:42 am

This is DRCCC rules:
DRCCC Rules Addendum A




Contents



1.Batteries
2.Motors
3.Classes
4.TT01 Touring Stock Specs
5.Club Championship
6.Event Format
7.Penalties
8.Protest System
9.DRCCC Membership Registration
10.Race Day Registration
11. DRCCC Fees 2011
12. DRCCC Advertising/Trading





















1.Batteries
Tamiya Touring Stock batteries will be limited to sub-c nickel cadmium stick packs, commercially available in SA through rc distributers. They will have a maximum capacity rating of no more than 1800mah and be unmatched cells.

2.Motors
TT01 Touring Stock and Open Stock classes are restricted to Johnson/Mabuchi 540 2 slot motors. These motors must be locally (SA) bought through recognised hobby shops, imported 540 stock motors will not be permitted in these classes, ie: RED DOT motors. All motors used may not exceed a gain in power to a maximum of 19,000rpm at 7.2v.

3.Classes
In addition to the aforementioned classes, there will be an entry level class raced being TT01 Touring Stock. Should there be interest in adding further classes to the race schedule in line with the hobby in SA, this is to be taken up with the management committee.

4.TT01 Touring Stock Specs
1. Only TT01, TT01E and TT01R chassis’ are permitted in this class.
2. Only spare parts and Hop-Up option parts for these chassis types currently available in South Africa are allowed, and must be used as originally intended.
3. Items 3455877 Front Prop Joint, 3455878 Rear Prop Joint and 51091 TB EvoIV Propshaft are allowed
4. The speed controller is limited to a 3-step mechanical switch, a CPR01 electronic speed control or a TEU-101BK electronic speed control, as supplied in the original kit.
5. The motor is limited to a standard, 2-slot, Johnson 540 motor. Any attempt to modify or to influence the ability of the motor is not allowed.
6. Only standard stick type ni-cad battery packs up to 1800mah are allowed. (Matched packs are NOT allowed) Deans connectors may be used.
7. Car does not have to be equipped with cockpit detail and a driver figure.
8. Minimum weight of the car ready to run is to be 1,450g, without a transponder.
9. Clearance under main chassis to exceed 5mm before the race.
10. TT01 Spur Gear Set (53665) 58T is allowed, up to a 25T pinion gear.
11. Use of 53345 TL01 Toe-In Rear Upright and 50808 TG10 Rear Long Wheel Axle is allowed. (These parts are included in 58223 Castrol Mugen and 58244 Mercedes CLK Original Teile)
12. Tyres are limited to:
50419 Celica Racing Radial Tyres
50454 Racing Slick Tyres
50810 Racing Semi-Slick Tyres  
Dynamite Tyres
13. Inserts are limited to 53156 Hard Sponge, 53209 Hard Black, 53250 Soft Blue, 53834 Soft Yellow and 53835 Hard Red
14. Tyre additives and tyre warmers are not allowed.
5.Club Championship
DRCCC will have two championship seasons in the calendar year which will consist of 10 events per season. There will be a maximum of three “throw aways” permitted per season with seven events points to count towards the championship. The person with the highest points scored per class will be declared the DRCCC champion for that class. Should there be a tie, the position will be shared.

6.Event Format
All events will comprise of 2 qualifying heats and 1 main. It is suggested that the drivers briefing begin any event, this will take place as close to 11:30am as is possible. The first race to start 15mins after the completion of the drivers briefing.

The order of racing will be as follows:
Open Stock (SARDA Rules)
Super Stock (SARDA Rules)
Open Modifieds (SARDA Rules)
TT01 Touring Stock (Tamiya Cup Rules)
19t Modifieds (Current Diaz Rules till 2010)

7.Penalties
The race officials must use discretion in applying penalties, depending on the reaction and or behaviour of the driver creating the infringement. Penalties will range from a verbal warning, a pit lane stop go penalty, a 10sec pit lane stop go, a 1 lap penalty and disqualification.

In addition to the aforementioned infringements, the following behaviour could lead to penalties being imposed:
Driving against and across the flow of the race traffic, or re-entering the race track when traffic is approaching from the rear causing an obstruction and reversing on any part of the race track.
Taking shortcuts across the track/curbs even in the event of you being disadvantaged by an accident.
Leaving the pit lane in front of approaching race traffic causing an obstruction.

Other penalties can be applied at the discretion of the race controller. Any person has the right to appeal against any penalty imposed upon them, providing that he/she has the necessary proof or information to uphold their appeal.

It is also vitally important for parents of children competing in the hobby to ensure that their children understand the rules and regulations of the hobby and that they are adhered to at all times. Both adults and children will be judged and penalised under the same set of rules and regulations.

8.Protest System
When any complaint or protest is to be lodged, it will be done in a quiet and orderly fashion, without making a scene or disruption to the club members or spectators.
The protest fee will be set at R150.00 cash for standard protests relating to irregularities during races. All other additional fees apply as previously stated.
The protest must be hand written, detailing the nature of the protest, the name of the protestor must also be included and handed to race control within 15 minutes after infringement has occurred.

9.DRCCC Membership Registration
Any person who wishes to race at DRCCC events or wants to use the facility must be a registered member with DRCCC. There will be no exceptions entertained whatsoever. The cost for this is set at the beginning of each year according to the ensuing year’s financial requirements of the club. The membership forms must be obtained from the management committee, completed and returned along with payment. All annual club fees are to be paid up in full by the due date.

10. Race Day Registration
Any person who wishes to register for a race event must pay the required race registration fee. The cost of this is set at the beginning of each year according to the ensuing year’s financial requirements of the club. Registration will be accepted via the sms system only, unless prior arrangement has been made with the management committee. Monies for registration must be received by 11:00am, failure to pay by or register by this time will render you as a no show for the event, and you will not be permitted to enter for the event.

11. DRCCC Fees 2011

DRCCC Annual Membership Fees
Full Membership – R625.00

Family Membership – R675.00


DRCCC Race Registration Fees
Full Member – R30.00

Family Members – R30.00

12.DRCCC Advertising/Trading
DRCCC will sell advertising space to raise funds for the club, however, no individual or company may at their own discretion put up any signage whatsoever on the DRCCC facility without the express permission of the management committee. All advertising space/signage sold, will conform to predetermined size specifications, and must be of a suitable nature and in the best interest of the club. It is also stated by our host club, that under no circumstances may any individual or company be permitted to trade/sell/advertise goods of any nature, new or used whatsoever on their premises, as this is in breach of their licence with the municipality. Any person found to be in contravention of this rule will be expelled from DRCCC.

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TT01 Racing

Post  ototw on Sun May 20, 2012 10:11 am

How will any changes regarding tires and batteries hurt u're pocket.
Well our 1800 mah battery chargers won't do it for Lipo's,so you need to buy once off a lipo charger.
Lipo batteries are more expensive than NiCD and NiMH batteries.
Tyres again last you fore ever,myself ,Columbo and Godzilla have done 12 hrs racing and you do not see any wear,so on that side you gain again,grip is excelant,like dynamite tyres.
I'm just sharing facts for your info.

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