Phil, thanks for your flexibility. I have transferred your #23 to Bob and changed your registered number to 15.
Alex, welcome to the proxy. I'm very happy to have you in the field and it's great to have another Ferrari on the grid. Should I assume your entry will be modelled on the Jonathan Williams driven car at the Mexican GP?
REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS STILL OPEN. But, as we have reached the 24-car limit, any future entry requests will be placed on a Stand-by List.
Phil thanks for,the change. I have the Honda with the number 44 on it , but cant bear to,run it just yet with losing Keith such a short time ago. I very much appreciate your kind gesture. This event has driven me to,distraction and if all turns out well , may see an improvement in my skills to risk a venture to the VRRA next time around Thanks again. And with the new track up and running and scenery well underway, i think it will work out very well indeed. Thanks again for the invite Stewart . All the best Bob
Thanks Alain. We will see if there are any drop-outs when it comes time to pay the Registration Fees. In the meantime, I hope you will work on your car. And take a look at Christian/Fastwagon's account of his "Lotus 49 to Matra MS7" adaptation on the Slot Car Quebec forum for some Scalextric F1 tuning hints.
Merci Alain. Nous verrons s'il y a des abandons quand vient le temps de payer les frais d'inscription. En attendant, j'espère que vous travaillerez sur votre voiture. Et jetez un oeil à l'histoire de Christian / Fastwagon de son adaptation "Lotus 49 à Matra MS7" sur le forum Slot Car Québec pour quelques conseils d'ajustement de Scalextric F1.
Yes Fast does a good job on is car so far....but on my side the car I will use is the best one of a series of 4, is running for a long time and it is stock with PG tires. I will just have a few ajustements to do and it will be ready to race.
Alain, you might want to think about trying a deeper guide, Slot.it gears and alloy wheels. Also, please ensure that the PG tires you choose meet the minimum diameter and maximum width rules. Good luck.