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  • October, 2000
    • Oct 31, 2000
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    • Oct 29, 2000
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    • Oct 27, 2000
      For the final adjustments we put in wider wheel axles. This makes the car 3mm wider on each side, 6mm in total.
    • Oct 26, 2000
      Ed Enberg brought one of the new Veteq cars for
    • Oct 25, 2000
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    • Oct 25, 2000
      Our club is fully affiliated to the European Governing body, EFRA, through the Irish governing body the RCCAOI. This is of major benefit to our members who wish to race outside of the British Isles at major European events.
    • Oct 24, 2000
      Please visit the Y.R.C.M.C.R.C HALIFAX web site
    • Oct 24, 2000
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    • Oct 20, 2000
      This new site looks a lot better than the old one.
    • Oct 20, 2000
      This year i have been racing in the Dutch National championship against some very quick guys. Due to bad weather and other things i have only managed to compete in 3 rounds of the F1 championship. My highest placing being 5th in Gouda with GT bodies. This year i also competed in the Spanish GP in Madrid, The European Championships in Madeira, Portugal and of course the Dutch GP. I also managed a round of the Irish Nationals in early August and managed to experience the 1/10th World Championships in Austria whilst working for Serpent. Next year i wish to do many more races, mostly all the Euro GP's and other major races which i still have to decide on. I will keep those of you who are interested up to date on my progress throughout the season using this my personal page.
    • Oct 17, 2000
    • Oct 16, 2000
      This is going to be a very brief entry, mostly being posted here to explain the types of things I'll be writing about.
    • Oct 16, 2000
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    • Oct 9, 2000
      On behalf of Team HobbyLink, I would like to thank Pieter and Serpent for giving us this great opportunity to be part of TSN-2000. We are looking forward to the official launch of TNS-2000 and wish everybody involved all the best. From Team HobbyLink, welcome fellow racers!
    • Oct 9, 2000
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    • Oct 4, 2000
      The myTSN.com website is developed with Microsoft internet and database tools, and is optimized to be viwed with the MS Internet Explorer browser. We recommend version 5, but the site will also work well from version 4 of both MS Explorer and Netscape Navigator.
    • Oct 3, 2000
      Most of the track features are the same as for clubs. You can manage the members of the track, publish information about the track, and organize forums. These forums could be about technical stuff like set-ups, driving techniques etc.
    • Oct 3, 2000
      Members who visit the track page are invited to become a member, by clicking on ‘Enroll here’ they can apply. The ‘owner’ or track webmaster can accept or reject the membership. On the public home page of the track, all the members of the track will be listed with direct links to the individual member pages. The track webmaster can appoint certain members to the Track-company directly and issue specific rights. He controls all the rights of the all members of the track.
    • Oct 3, 2000
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    • Oct 3, 2000
      As the member who applies for the Club site will become the ‘technical owner’ of the club, we must assume that the person who applies is representing his club and has been authorized to apply.
    • Oct 3, 2000
      - Easy to create a state-of-the-art website for your club
    • Oct 3, 2000
    • Oct 3, 2000
      - Become part of a well structured platform
    • Oct 3, 2000
      Each organization can create one or more forums. A forums can be made open to all members (no restrictions), restricted to members of that organization (closed internal forum), restricted to members from the same country as the organization, or restricted to members of similar organizations only.
    • Oct 3, 2000
    • Oct 3, 2000
      A Member can create his own personal settings. Under ‘My Places’ on the top right part of the screen, you will see ‘My Public Page’ (with yellow background) and under it what you can do, ‘Publish’ and ‘Update personal data’ (with purple background).
    • Oct 3, 2000
      The reason why this site is very much a ‘one-way street’ for visitors is that for the interactive part, and this site offers a tremendous amount of it, we want to work with people who have identified themselves to us so we know they are real people. Your input and contribution to the community is then no longer anonymous. Maybe you don’t like that, then stay a visitor and enjoy all the ‘public’ information this site generates. It is in the interest of this community to have only real people on board, it is the basis for a quality community for all RC enthusiasts. Remember, all members can produce content, and we want to make sure that only content is published that meets our high standard and code of conduct.
    • Oct 3, 2000
      This is a database-driven website. That means that all information is stored in a database, and can easily be retrieved and presented to you. Just imagine, all clubs publish their club-info, race calendar, race-results and race-reports on one website. Just imagine you get the important information presented in your own language. Just imagine you can communicate in forums, chats or messaging system, with racers from all over the world. Just imagine you can compete in virtual rc racing competitions and race against any other rc racer in the world.
  • September, 2000
    • Sep 28, 2000
    • Sep 28, 2000
      MONTH DATE SECTION STATUS VENUE
    • Sep 28, 2000
      An advisory associate membership will be available to bona fide manufacturers of model racing cars. Advisory associate members may be invited to speak at all EFRA general meetings and will be notified in advance of all details of proposed construction-al rule changes.
    • Sep 28, 2000
      The EFRA handbook gives you information about the Constitution of EFRA, General requirements and organisation of EFRA events, Race Officials and General race Procedure. Off course can you also find special rules and measurements for all the different EFRA Racing Classes together with lists off the homologated bodies and mufflers.
    • Sep 28, 2000
    • Sep 28, 2000
      1.20 One wing and one spoiler may be mounted to any car (if the original full-size car had more, it is allowed to do the same). Wing and spoiler must be made from a flexible material and be painted. Wing and spoiler must not be fixed to body with piano wire. Basically, they must be mounted to body directly. Wing and spoiler may not protrude outside the maximum height and width of the body (including the side dams).Rear wings must be mounted in the same place as was intended by the body manufacturer and the overhang must not exceed 10.00 mm at the furthest point, to be measured from bootlid. The height of the wing may be adjusted but the wing, including endplates must not extend higher than the roofline. Wings (excluding endplates)are to be of single moulded construction (no flat-packs/bend your own).Gurney strip (if allowed)may not exceed the width of the wing and have an edge not more than 5.00 mm high. Total cord of wing, plus the strip is 55.00 mm.
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