Post by maxrossmassler on Mar 27, 2019 13:12:04 GMT -5
Off track I am not very worried about, I had a few of those during testing. Off-table, well, that could be a problem. Hopefully it doesn't go that fast. I think the windshield is the most vulnerable item - like most cars in this event, probably. Thanks to all for the kind words, and even more for the ongoing inspiration. Looking forward to the green flag!
Post by David Mitcham on Apr 25, 2019 4:40:42 GMT -5
Andi's brilliant report on practice at Manor Park reminded me that I hadn't posted the technical details for each car so here they are. I haven't got some of the details so if entrants want to let me know what they are I'll complete the table.
Post by maxrossmassler on Apr 25, 2019 13:51:50 GMT -5
Hi David, sorry I didn't post any info for my car before! Here's the data: Body-resin, bought on Ebay, maybe from Geodies? Motor-uhhh - weird as it may seem, I don't really know this either - maybe Scalextric, seems to be about 20K doesn't it? gears - crown is 3D printed i(in aluminium if you can believe that) from my own CAD model, I am proud to say! ratio is 8:19, may explain some performance issues wheels - PST, fronts modified to expose the spokes all the way thru tires - fronts Scalex from Vanwall, rears - maybe Paul Gage, stretched to the limit to fit the wheels guide-modified SLot.it or Ninco
Post by David Mitcham on May 28, 2019 14:32:18 GMT -5
Apologies for the lack of input on the ITP since Manor Park. I can report that the cars are now in Tyneside and I expect to have a date for their round in the next few days. In the meantime here are photographs of the underside of the cars. As can be seen there is a great variety of chassis designs and, in the GP class, motors.