Classic Racing

 

Revival 2017 - Classic Racing - 2wd Entry Form - 29.07.17
 
Revival 2017 - Endurance Race Entry Form - 29.07.17
 
Revival 2017 - Classic Racing - 4wd Entry Form - 30.07.17
 
 
Click on the links above for online entry forms for this years revival meeting!
 
Proceeds from the event’s entry fees will go to Parkinson’s UK along with the fundraising from a number of initiatives including raffles and online competitions.
 
Entry to each Buggy class is: £6.  You can enter a maximum of 2 classes per day.  Please enter backup classes if you can.  You'll be entered into these if your first choices are full.
 
The Monster Truck Race is £2 to enter.  It is a 9 lap timed race for 1:10 Monster Trucks up to 1998 with trophies for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.  Tamiya Blackfoot, Monster Beetle, Clod Buster, Mud Blaster, Bullhead, Bush Devil, Super Blackfoot, King Blackfoot and equivalents from other manufacturers.   Stadium Trucks and Truggies are not eligible.
 
The Saturday evening Endurance Race is £12 per team.  Minimum of 3 drivers per team and maximum of 5. 
 
Once you submit the forms, your details will be checked and you will then be invoiced via email for the race fees to be paid via PayPal.  You will only be entered into Revival 2017 once your PayPal payment has been confirmed to you via email.
 
Please direct any questions to John Weston.  John can be reached on Facebook or at: john@iconicrc.com

 

Buggy Classes

2WD Electric 1:10 Buggies

  • 1977 to 1983
  • 1984 to 1988
  • 1989 to 1993
  • 1994 to 1998

4WD Electric 1:10 Buggies

  • 1984 to 1988
  • 1989 to 1993
  • 1994 to 1998

Eligible Buggy lists can be found in the drivers infromation pack here:  

https://www.dropbox.com/s/r06itarg5sn7bh5/Revival%202017.pdf?dl=0

Qualifying Heats

There will be one practice round in heat order.

There will then be 4 Rounds of 5 minute Qualifying Heats for each class.Busy classes will be split into 2 or 3 separate heats based upon the ability grade stated at online registration.

Each Heat is a staggered start format so buggies will start 1.5 seconds apart and it is all about completing as many laps as possible in those 5 minutes. The transponder system will record the exact time and laps over the 5 minutes. Please look at the board outside the control hut to see which Heat you’re in and make a note of your buggy number. The computer system will call out the buggy numbers for the staggered start so it’s important that you know your number and you start as soon as you hear your number called out. At the beginning of each Heat the buggies line up in front of the transponder line. You will keep the same buggy number throughout the Heats. The order in which Buggies start is determined by the previous heat results. Quickest buggy starts first.

Make a note of who is in the heat before you and be ready while that Heat is running. Get used to the faces up on the Rostrum. That’s the best way to know when you’re due up.

When your heat is finished the computer system will call out your buggy number and say “Finished”. Keep going until you hear this. If you get confused, ask your fellow racers on the rostrum. You must stay around after your Heat to marshal the next Heat.

Finals

The driver’s best 2 heat times out of the 4 will determine grid position in the final.

There may be A, B, C etc finals per class depending on entry levels. The finals will run in order, A then B then C etc.

This is to allow the A final winner and runner up time to prepare for the Race of Champions.

Race of Champions

The top 2 drivers from each A final enter into the prestigious Race of Champions. This will see all classes fighting it out on track at the same time with separate starting grids around the track based on the class age. The winner of the Race of Champions is crowned the event champion.