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Redneck RC Offroad near Syracuse, NY!!!

Below is the list of classes and rules for this winters offroad racing at Redneck RC at their new facility in Baldwinsville, NY.


Classes:

Stock:
2WD 13.5 Short Course Truck
2WD 13.5 1/10 Buggy
2WD 13.5 1/10 Stadium Truck
4WD 13.5 1/10 Buggy

Modified:
2WD Short Course Truck
4WD Short Course Truck
2WD 1/10 Buggy
4WD 1/10 Buggy
1/8 Electric Buggy


Must have 6 cars/trucks to run a class.


Rules:

All classes will use Roar Rules as guidelines. The rules are available on this page (you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them) http://www.roarracing.com/?page_id=10

1/10 Stock Classes: All stock classes will run Roar Approved 13.5 Motor (D3.5 will also be allowed), a roar approved 2 Cell, 7.4V Lipo (or 6 Cell NIMH pack), must use class appropriate bodies, tires and wheels (ex. SC Trucks must run SC tires, 1/10 Trucks must run 1/10 Truck tires, etc). Open ESC.

1/10 Modified Classes: Must use 2 cell, 7.4V lipo, Roar approved motor (4WD SC may run a 550 size motor), open ESC. Body, tires and wheels must be class appropriate.

1/8 Modified Classes: Must follow Roar guidelines.



A printout of the Roar Rules will be printed and made available at the shop. Remember, these are being used as guidelines, and the shop/race director may make changes at their descression.


Race Days:

Wednesday Nights:
-Racing begins a 6PM.
-1 round Ifmar Style Qualifying, Features with bumpups.
-Up to 10 cars in each heat, 10 car mains
-6 cars make a class


Saturday:
-Racing begins at Noon.
-2 Rounds Ifmar Style Qualifying, Features with Bumpups
-Up to 10 cars in each heat, 10 car mains
-6 cars make a class.


All Drivers must marshall (if physically able to do so) after their race. The quicker you all get out there, the quicker they are able to get through all the races. Failure to do so will result in loss of your best round.

Calvin has a really good announcer (Jack LaTulip) lined up, and will wave the black flag. No intentional wrecking/driving through other racers. Have respect for each other, and patience, and communicate on the driver stand with each other.


Track is located at:

85 East Genesee Street
Baldwinsville, NY 13027



More will be added to this as the racing season starts. Stay tuned!
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Does anyone know the physical address of the new track? I see a ton of people asking for the address.
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Does anyone know the physical address of the new track? I see a ton of people asking for the address.
85 E Genesee St. Baldwinsville, NY 13027

http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=43....27&form=LMLTCC
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141 entries for Saturdays club race!

Race time has been moved to 2PM, shop still opens at 10am on Saturdays!
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I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for getting started in racing (best class to start with, vehicle, equipment, tools, etc.). Been on a lot of websites and there is so much to choose from, it's a bit confusing.
With the new track so close to home in B-ville I no longer have any excuses for not getting started.
Thanks for your help.
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I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for getting started in racing (best class to start with, vehicle, equipment, tools, etc.). Been on a lot of websites and there is so much to choose from, it's a bit confusing.
With the new track so close to home in B-ville I no longer have any excuses for not getting started.
Thanks for your help.
Swing by and check out the cars.
There are many different classes and one will suit you.

2wd Short Course is very popular. Pretty intense racing.
2wd buggy is gaining in popularity with 3 mains last Wednesday. Half beginner, half pretty good drivers.

2wd Stadium truck had 5 entries and is not too intense.

It does appear that they did away with the 13.5 classes and most everything is now "open".
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