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Sorted it’s yours.
We allocate a permanent number from those available, we started with 101-150, a lot of those were used so we’ve now got up to 170.
We’ve done it this way so that we can have a permanent number and not have to change them when we go to Spa.
Give me some choices in your order of preference and I’ll allocate you the best one that isn’t already used.
we are well advanced with the preparations for next year but I’m keen to hear any suggestions about the program of events.
i realise that it’s currently a bit frustrating waiting for the next event but be patient the gap isn’t as big between the next ones.
There is a fine balance to be achieved with how much? When is it enough or too much?
Next year I’m looking at 2 x 24hr, one in U.K. Earlier in the year and Spa in October, filling in the middle with events that can accommodate 2,3 and 4 drivers, at circuits that provide a good challenge in the C1 and meets our aims of low cost endurance racing. We’re not asking much! We could split the track time i.e. 2 x 2hr, but the concencus has so far been that the longer race is more applicable.
All feedback will be considered in formulating the plan, let me know your thoughts, if you want to keep your idea private, email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
see you all at Pembrey
Ok everything is clarified. When we race in Belgium we have to run to their sporting regs and our technical regs. Basically what this means for us is that upto 6 drivers per car are permitted. Hopefully that should be enough for everyone. If you have more drivers than 6 I’d suggest that it might be the time to build another car!!
Don’t panic, five drivers are definitely allowed. I’m currently finding out if six is possible.
welcome to the club, hopefully see you at Pembrey in July.
The ones in all the pictures are actually yellow, the orange reflective is quite a lot darker.
Officially they are yellow not orange.
At the moment it is planned that we will move into the garages on the Saturday night when Britcar leave. We will then have qualifying and race on Sunday.
See you at Snetterton on May 6th.
- This reply was modified 4 years, 6 months ago by Philip Myatt.
Trying to sort that as we speak, UK rounds are easy, tying it in with the Euro’s is a bit more complicated.
The numbers can’t just be a random size they must be the MSA specified size and colour.
I’ve made a note of your number request but no guarantees at this stage, I’m trying to get us fixed numbers that don’t need to be changed between UK and Euro races.
All the tyres supplied and approved by Nankang will have C1 Club branded into the side wall of the tyres and are the only tyres permitted for the Series.
The rules are very clear, if it doesn’t say that you can, you can’t.
I’m struggling to interpret the following as potentially allowing MeisterR
12.1 Permitted Modifications
12.1.1 Dampers must be either standard or standard pattern fitment or Gaz dampers as supplied by the C1 Series Organisers.
If you think there is a loop hole please let us know and we will close it.
Thanks for your help with this
MeisterR – not allowed.