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    • #15837
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      Ringwood XXXII
      August 25, 2020 – 7pm @ The Ring

      For years Ringwood has brought back memories of Grand Prix racing for many of us. We again revisit the last of the gentlemen pilots – featuring models from 1950 through 1980 in four separate scratch32 classes:

      • 1950’s Grand Prix (50GP);
      • 1.5L Grand Prix (15LGP);
      • 3.0L Grand Prix (3LGP); and
      • 1970’s Grand Prix (70GP).

      Please make sure to register all of your eligible models within this event thread and if your model is not yet in our database please submit the online model registration form. Details, links and photographs are strongly encouraged!

      Doors will open @ 5:30pm, timed practice @ 6pm & Green flag at 7pm sharp!

      Deadline to register your eligible models is August 24, 2020 – 7pm. Please make sure to register no more than two eligible models per class (one primary, one backup). Details, links and photographs are strongly encouraged! PLEASE MAKE SURE TO IDENTIFY THE CLASS ENTERED for every model along with the #, pilot, make and model & MIN if it is a returning entry in our database. There is no need to identify which is your primary and backup for every class – just register up to two models for each class. If you register more than two models per class then the first two will be included in our grid and the balance ignored. Only models which make the grid may be raced, so there is no need to bring more than 8 models in your transporter. Depending on the number of participants your backup entry may race too – so prepare both models to race.

      NEW & IMPORTANT – PLEASE READ! From now on for all Scratch32 events the deadline to register models is 24 hours prior to the event. Models not registered or not registered in time will not be eligible to race. I will post a final grid based on the models registered on the morning of the event. After the final grid is posted you may still withdraw an entry (or both entries) but you will not be permitted to add an entry.

      There will be four separate races – one for each class. Three offs in any heat will result in a lap deduction for that entry. Every subsequent off in the same heat will result in a further lap deduction for that entry.

      Please remember that the Vanski motor is no longer eligible in our 1.5L Grand Prix class (15LGP).

      Due to covid19 the following conditions will apply for this event:

      • No more than eight participants;
      • Masks must be worn at all times while indoors;
      • All participants must remain on the lower (track level) only;
      • There will be no pizza or snacks provided just bottled water/pop so please eat before you arrive;
      • Only H2O or tap water may be used to clean your tires – no saliva. Please bring your own sanding block or tire cleaning system/sponge if you choose to use such.

      Good Luck!!!

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      Let's Get Building!

    • #15850
      KenKen
      Moderator

      50 GP:

      1954 Maserati 250F #13 Snidely Whiplash (54GP013-1KM)

      • This reply was modified 1 month, 2 weeks ago by KenKen. Reason: Brain fart

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #15851
      KenKen
      Moderator

      1.5L GP:

      1962 BRM 578 Stackpipe #8 Friedrich von Fender Bender (62GP008-1KM)

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #15852
      KenKen
      Moderator

      3L GP:

      1968 Matra MS10 #26 Lyman Zerga (68GP026-1KM)

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #15854
      KenKen
      Moderator

      70 GP:

      1973 Shadow DN1 #15 Indigo Montoya (73GP015-1KM)

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #16027
      JMSracerJMSracer
      Moderator

      1950’s GP – 2 cars in database

      1) #18 – Vanwall – 56GP018-1JM

      2) #16 – Maserati – 57GP016-1JM

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      early 1960’s 1.5L GP – 2 new cars to be presented to the grid – both builds can be found in the how to build it forum

      3) 1964 – #2 – Ferrari 158 (Dart Kit) – 1964 F1 Champion John Surtees in the #2 winning car – BWA ff050 slim motor 10×23 gearing

      4) 1964 Lotus 25 – Jim Clark – BWA ff050 slim motor 10×23 gearing

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      late 1960’s 3L GP

      5) 68GP011-1JM – #11 Matra MS10

      6) 69GP011-1JM – #11 Brabham BT26

      6a) – 1965 – #1 Indianapolis Brabham Ford – built to 3LGP spec’s – new build in the build forum.

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      1970’s GP – 1 existing car in database as backup to new build

      7) 1973 Shadow DN1 (Dart kit) – #23 George Follmer – new build that can be found in the build forum.

      8) 71GP009-1JM – #9 – Tyrrell 002 – Francois Cevert

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    • #16046
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      From the DArt Garagista:

      1950’s Grand Prix:

      #8 Harry Schell (BRM P25) [59GP008-1AT] 

      #11 J.M. Fangio (Ferrari D50 Type A) [56GP011-1AT] 

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16047
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      1.5L Grand Prix:

      #30 Dan Gurney (Porsche 804) [61GP030-1AT] 

      #7 John Surtees (Ferrari 158) [64GP007-1AT] 

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16048
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      3.0L Grand Prix:

      #8 J.P. Beltoise (Matra MS10) [68GP008-1AT] 

      #36 Dan Gurney (Eagle Weslake Mk I) (NEW): 

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16049
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      1970’s Grand Prix:

      #8 Carlos Pace (Brabham BT44) [74GP008-1AT] 

      #15 1974 G. Hill Hill-Shadow DN1 [74GP015-1AT] 

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16085
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      As it stands expect to have BOTH models you register for every class (Primary or Backup) race in this edition of Ringwood… See everyone in 25 hours!

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16086
      MiAMiA
      Moderator

      Arising from the midst of factory reconstruction :wacko: Scuderia MiA will bring:

      50’s GP: #12 – J.F. Gonzalez (Ferrari 375) 51GP012-1MA

      Early 60’s 1.5L  GP: #1 – J. Brabham (Cooper T53) 60GP001-1MA

      Late 60’s 3.0L GP #14 – Ronnie Bucknum (Honda RA273) ( data base form submitted)

      70’s GP: #3 – P. Depailler (Tyrrell 007) 75GP003-1MA

       

    • #16088
      JMSracerJMSracer
      Moderator

      Due to a sudden change of plan in my household, I have to withdraw from tomorrow nights event.

      Please accept my apologies.

       

    • #16089
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      Gentlemen, the field is frozen. We also have four last minute entries which round up our grid to a field of 20. The starting grid for each class will be posted in the morning. See everyone at the races!

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16092
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      Ringwood XXXII Final Entry List

      1950’s Grand Prix (1950-1960) [50GP]

      • #13 – S. Whiplash – Maserati 250F
      • #8 – H. Schell – BRM P25
      • #11 – J.M. Fangio – Ferrari D50 Type A
      • #12 – J.F. Gonzalez – Ferrari 375

      1.5L Grand Prix (1960-1965) [1.5LGP]

      • #8 – F. von Fender Bender – BRM 578
      • #30 – D. Gurney – Porsche 804
      • #7 – J. Surtees – Ferrari 158
      • #1 – J. Brabham – Cooper T53
      • #3 – W. von Trips – Ferrari 156
      • #2 – G. Hill – BRM P61

      3.0L Grand Prix (1966-1969) [3LGP]

      • #26 – L. Zerga – Matra MS10
      • #8 – J.P. Beltoise – Matra MS10
      • #36 – D. Gurney – Eagle Westlake Mk I
      • #14 – R. Bucknum – Honda RA273
      • #22 – J. Siffert – Lotus 49B
      • #12 – R. Ginther – Honda RA273

      1970’s Grand Prix (1970-1980) [70GP]

      • #15 – I. Montoya – Shadow DN1
      • #8 – C. Pace – Brabham BT44
      • #15 – G. Hill – Embassy Hill DN1
      • #3 – P. Depailler – Tyrrell 007
      • #17 – J. Stewart – Tyrrell 003
      • #11 – J. Hunt – McLaren M23

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16096
      KenKen
      Moderator

      I am not… :yahoo:   excited… :yahoo:   at all… :yahoo:

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #16099
      ArtArt
      Super Moderator

      1950’s Grand Prix (1950-1960) [50GP]

      • #13 – S. Whiplash – Maserati 250F
      • #8 – H. Schell – BRM P25
      • #12 – J.F. Gonzalez – Ferrari 375
      • #11 – J.M. Fangio – Ferrari D50 Type A

      1.5L Grand Prix (1960-1965) [1.5LGP]

      • #8 – F. von Fender Bender – BRM 578
      • #30 – D. Gurney – Porsche 804
      • #7 – J. Surtees – Ferrari 158
      • #1 – J. Brabham – Cooper T53
      • #3 – W. von Trips – Ferrari 156
      • #2 – G. Hill – BRM P61

      3.0L Grand Prix (1966-1969) [3LGP]

      • #26 – L. Zerga – Matra MS10
      • #8 – J.P. Beltoise – Matra MS10
      • #36 – D. Gurney – Eagle Westlake Mk I [withdrawn]
      • #14 – R. Bucknum – Honda RA273
      • #22 – J. Siffert – Lotus 49B [withdrawn]
      • #12 – R. Ginther – Honda RA273

      1970’s Grand Prix (1970-1980) [70GP]

      • #15 – I. Montoya – Shadow DN1
      • #8 – C. Pace – Brabham BT44
      • #15 – G. Hill – Embassy Hill DN1
      • #3 – P. Depailler – Tyrrell 007
      • #17 – J. Stewart – Tyrrell 003
      • #11 – J. Hunt – McLaren M23

      Let's Get Building!

    • #16104
      KenKen
      Moderator

      Art. Thanks a million for hosting a fun evening! It was a hoot!

      I think you won the Voisin Cup for the least offs! :good:

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

    • #16252
      AvatarLuis Meza
      Member

      Very nice cars for last night race, I am sorry I missed it.

    • #16253
      MiAMiA
      Moderator

      Thanks for hosting Ringwood again  last night. An excellent evening with a lot of track time, non-stop it seemed! :yahoo:

    • #16274
      KenKen
      Moderator

      Art. Thank you very kindly for a great race report and those fantastic photos! You make everyone’s car look amazing! :good:

      What do you mean think outside the box? Where did you even get a box? Where's my box?
      Even though I may be new at this myself. How can I help you build your car?

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