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For Ringwood, Internationale Meisterschaft and Coppa D’oro events prepare your scratch built entries after reviewing the latest version of Scratch32 General & Class Rules. Note that period fantasy liveries (and fictitious drivers) are permitted for Ringwood, Meisterschaft and Coppa D’oro (and CANAM Thunder) events.
For special events such as the Targa Florio, La Carrera Panamericana or CANAM Thunder make sure to ALSO review that event’s model eligibility requirements. Event posters along with special event rules, format and classes (if any) will be released on this website. Follow the event information link to visit each event thread (or ‘topic’) for event rules and format. Check back often for updates.
As early as possible provide accurate details of every scratch built entry that you plan to present to the grid for ALL events by replying within the appropriate event thread (or ‘topic’) and listing your models there. We call this process Registration (or Registering Your Models). Every event will have it’s own Registration thread or topic – just follow the link from the event poster at the top of our introduction page to Register your model(s).
If your model is a returning entry you need only list the assigned Model Identification Number or MIN (found in our Scratch32 Model Database). If your model is a NEW model being presented to the grid for the first time OR if you have made changes to your model since it last raced you must also complete our On-Line Model Entry Form.
Links to everything mentioned above can be found in our drop down menu bar at the top of every page.
Identical entries in any event are not permitted so register early to reserve your model/number.
Multiple entries from every builder are encouraged.