Well, I got here a little late -but would love to run in and host a Pre-War Proxy.
I'll take more time on the rules discussion - but regards the drivers, I think the more fair method is each driver takes a lane and runs each of the cars in that lane - that way every car has to go thru the quick and not so quick drivers.
I've just started a 'post' mini-article on Pre-War as a slot class and it does promote the idea of 2 classes (for basically 1920's -30's up to 33 and then 34 to 39 - with smaller motors (BWA) for the smaller cars and kind-of unlimited for the beasts (as tires takes car of most of the problem...). Anyone else in the States want to host a race???
David Mitcham has agreed to be the starting co-ordinator, first host, scrutineer, etc. We will need to get the cars to the UK for the first round in March/April next year. Then subsequent rounds will be scheduled before shipping to the USA for a couple or more rounds there. Entry fees will need to reflect the shipping program.
Post by Andrew Rowland on Nov 10, 2018 8:07:03 GMT -5
I'm quite comfortable running this kind of event John. I'm not a member of a club so when I get the urge I pick 10 or 20 of my cars and run my own time trial type race. Sometimes I do quali too. I would run in reverse order such that the best qualifiers were run last when I'm most dialled in and the track in best condition. Andi