Checking rollout isn't that difficult, it does take some effort though.mightymidget said:we have 2 class,one of our classes is sportsman truck 3300 with 1.40 rollout track motors,the other is 3800 max battery with chrome can purple end bell 1.40 rollout,no spec tires in neither class.
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The late DR and MSA Raceway started a break out class probably 10 years ago and till the day he died and it shut down was still one of the largest classes at his track...that and Legends.Todd Putnam said:Another great idea in St. Roch's breakout class. They set the delay in the computer to an easily accessible, but slower lap time. If you run faster than the breakout lap time on a particular lap, the computer doesn't count that lap. The lap time is set so that it is easily achieved with any motor, battery, heavy car, etc; and places the focus on the most consistent driving rather than the fastest driving. This eliminates the need for expensive equipment to go faster...great idea for entry level since beginners should be focused on setup and driving, not spending...:thumbsup: