Forums Scratch32 Model Entry Event Register Ringwood Ringwood XXVIII

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  • #9414
    Art
    Art
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    Here we go again! Ringwood returns for a 28th edition – our longest running event yet! Featuring the greatest years of Grand Prix racing from the inception of the World Driver’s Championship right up to the dominance of the great Ford Cosworth V8 – 1950 through to 1980! Scratch32 rules for the following four classes apply:

    • 1950’s Grand Prix;
    • 1.5L Grand Prix;
    • 3L Grand Prix;
    • 1970’s Grand Prix.

    Make sure to register up to two models for each class within this thread. If it is a new model being presented to the grid for the first time please also complete our online model registration form which you will find on our Welcome/Forms page – just use the top bar menu to navigate there from anywhere… See ya’ll there on the 26th! :good:

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  • #9468
    Art
    Art
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    To get the ball rolling – arriving from the DArt garage:

    Returning for 1970’s Grand Prix:

    • [74GP008-1AT]
    • [71GP017-1AT]

    …more to come…

    ...just lay it on the line...

  • #9469
    JMSracer
    JMSracer
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    JMS is loading its transporter with the following returning entries.

    50’s GP

    #16 – J. Bonnier (Maserati 250F)
    #18 – 1956 J.F. Gonzalez (Vanwall VW1/56)

    60’s GP

    #4 – P. Hill (Ferrari 156)
    #30 – D. Gurney (Porsche 804)

    60’s 3L GP

    #11 – J. Stewart (Matra MS10)
    #11 – J. Brabham (Brabham BT26)
    #9 – 1968 D. Gurney (Eagle Westlake Mk1)

    70’s GP

    #9 – F. Cevert (Tyrrell 002)

    new entrant

    #30 – Brett LUNGER (March 761)

  • #9472
    Ken
    Ken
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    The Hot Rod Garage of KensRedZed just unveiled a shiny new entry for 1.5L 60’s GP.

    It is my pleasure to introduce Friedrich Von Fender Bender in his D’Art BRM P578 Stackpipe.

    I would be happy to mashal for the races Freddy can’t enter.

    Ken

    • This reply was modified 2 weeks, 2 days ago by Ken Ken.

    I came in last. But had a blast!

  • #9487
    Art
    Art
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    Looks very nice! Can’t wait to seeing it in action – I bet it will be really quick too… :good:

    ...just lay it on the line...

  • #9496
    DB
    DB
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    Unfortunately, the team won’t be able to make to meet today.  Had the cars all prepped  before I went away ready to come but life  gets in the way sometimes ……….  Anyway intend to attend the Coppa event next week and hopefully have an entry.  Have a great evening.

     

    DB

  • #9499
    Art
    Art
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    For 3.0L:

    • [68GP008-1AT]

    :good:

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  • #9500
    Art
    Art
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    Another for 3.0L (albeit slow motor):

    • [66GP012-1AT]

    :good:

    ...just lay it on the line...

  • #9501
    Art
    Art
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    For 1.5L Grand Prix:

    • [61GP030-1AT]
    • [64GP007-1AT]

    :good:

    ...just lay it on the line...

  • #9502
    Art
    Art
    Moderator

    1950’s Grand Prix:

    • [59GP008-1AT]
    • [56GP011-1AT]

    :good:

    ...just lay it on the line...

  • #9504
    f1nutz
    f1nutz
    Member

    Sorry guys

    I was hoping to make it out tonight but have come down with a bad cold so I should stay home and rest.

    Have a good night

    Bill

  • #9508
    Ken
    Ken
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    Art,

    Thanks a million for the fun evening!

    Great bunch of racers, and cars!

    Ken

    I came in last. But had a blast!

  • #9510
    MiA
    MiA
    Member

    Thanks for hosting another excellent Ringwood. A Belgian stack pipe and a great battle between Matra team mates!! :yahoo:

  • #9489
    MiA
    MiA
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    So they loaded up the Truck and moved to … The Ring:

    1950’s Grand Prix
    #12 – J.F. Gonzalez (Ferrari 375)

    1.5L Grand Prix
    #1 – J. Brabham (Cooper T53)
    #2 – G. Hill (BRM P61)

    1970’s Grand Prix
    #3 – P. Depailler (Tyrrell 007)

    No 3L GP??? :wacko:

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