We had testing at the club track last night with all the cars that I am taking, we had some dogs who need motor replacements but most of the cars ran within a three tenths of a second range from slowest to fastest. The wheels for two of the Auto Unions are still in the workshop so wheel swaps were needed and one driver lost his head. that is why we test eh?
Munter. I must have 80 hours or more restoring the number 8 Mac P Alfa and turning it into a 12C and it runs nice and smooth so at the current moment it is my favorite. Many of the cars have stories behind them, like who I got the bodies from or where they may have been raced by their previous owners. The 16 and 24 Alfas raced at Donnington in England and were owned by Nick Garton. The 47 Auto Union came from BJ7 a long time ago and has competed in a land speed record race. The Auto Union type D introduced me to Marlon along with a few more kits that are not shown. The last bunch of George Turner cars celebrate my recovery from Heart failure. As the spring progresses I may change out the resin chassis' on the GTM cars and set them up with smother running wire chassied cars, who knows.
The guy who breaks his silver or red car during his heat will finish his race with the fine blue car.
Matt finished up three cars in the same spec as what I built only with brass and wire chassis's and they seem to run pretty good on his track. We are both looking forward to a great time, I feel sorry for the guys who have bailed, they will be missing out on something special. You do not see a collection of cars like this every day, let alone race them on a spectacular scale track like Matt's Monza track.