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 Posted: Apr-12-2016 08:21PM
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Member since:Feb 21, 2009
The tamiya tcs marked f1 tires part number tam1031 and tam1032 are what I used on my f1. These are the same exact tire I have on my 21.5 truck just using the crc wheels. Delta should have the tamiya tires in stock.

 

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 Posted: Apr-12-2016 08:12PM
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I am good with F-1 too. I can never get a straight answer on what tires are used for F-1. I have heard you have to run Tamiya tires. Then I hear others say they are the tires they run on the trucks. Can someone tell me am I missing something here? I have seen CRC has tires on there website etc. I just don't want to buy tires that are not legal to show up to a race. 

 Posted: Apr-12-2016 06:39AM
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There you go thx Chuck. 

 

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 Posted: Apr-12-2016 06:21AM
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I tried my sprint car on the tri oval and worked really good.it didn't affect it at all.i also tried my f1 and was surprised at how well it ran.

 Posted: Apr-12-2016 01:15AM
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All we are trying to do with the tri oval is try something different.  If it doesn't work out then we don't do it again. Simple.

   17.5 sprint is a fast class on a fast track and it seems that the same drivers are tearing up equipment week after week. Let's face it, it's not an easy class to get started with and definitely not cheap to buy into. I would suggest a slower, easier class for half of the 17.5 field. That or they need to start driving smarter. 21.5 sportsman truck is perfect.
   Like I said let's try it. Go ahead and try to get a class going. It's not an easy thing to do but I do see people at least coming to give it a shot. 

 

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 Posted: Apr-11-2016 09:48PM
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yes there is a hyperdrive 1/12scale Pro 5 oval car. It's $300.00, however that is oval specific. If we can get 12th scale pan cars out there to start then it might be worth the investment. However running 1S 17.5 should be plenty fast for a entry level class, might bring up your car count, and there might be many cars out there just collecting dust. The average 12th scale is much less of an investment than the 1/10 scale cars. Even though 12th scale is twitchy compared to the 10th scale. I just don't feel it's a good match to run a flat track tri-oval with a sprint car. F-1 cars might be a good car for tri oval also. Just thinking out loud. Might be good to see what others think. I like the people that race at Delta and you have a good program. But just prefer that I don't run my Sprint car on a Tri-oval. I remember catering to a certain class in the past owning a hobby shop can kill a race program. Just thinking out loud and not trying to stir the pot. Thanks for reading

 Posted: Apr-11-2016 09:10PM
 Edited:  Apr-11-2016 09:11PM
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https://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=179Crc is one company that makes a 1/12 oval pancar. Unless you limit it to road course specific chassis you would want something like this. And at that point you should just run 1/10 scale since it's already up and running. Put a nascar body on your car and  bring it on the 24th.

 

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 Posted: Apr-11-2016 08:48PM
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There are oval specific 1/12 chassis out there that will run much better than a typical road course pan car. If kraig says well run it then go for it. I personally would rather not see guys stop running a class that is strong and runs every race day to start up a new non existing class that isn't even a real pancar oval class. However if it draws in guys with 12th scale cars that's great until someone decides to get a real oval 12th scale car. Jmo

 

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 Posted: Apr-11-2016 08:06PM
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Well if you are going to cater to the pan cars, then I guess I won't get too much resistance in trying to start up a 1/12 scale NASCAR group. Bodies are available on Windtunnel RC for those looking to run 12th scale NASCAR. Kraig says 3 cars equal a class. So I will hang up the 1K sprint car and bring out the 12th scale. Associated car run the battery both Left side only or Trans verse. 

 Posted: Apr-11-2016 12:17PM
 Edited:  Apr-11-2016 12:17PM
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Had a blast racing asphalt oval on Sunday. Thx to everyone that made it out. After the races we played with a tri-oval layout. It was a blast! Here are some pics of what we came up with. We are going to run this layout for the next asphalt oval race coming up on April 24th. [URL=http://s235.photobucket.com/user/mikedawgsm/media/DRC%20Speedway%20-%20Delta%20RC/VZM.IMG_20160410_173318.jpg.html][/URL] [URL=http://s235.photobucket.com/user/mikedawgsm/media/DRC%20Speedway%20-%20Delta%20RC/20160410_173551.jpg.html][/URL]

 

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 Posted: Apr-07-2016 12:33PM
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Trinity red dot or black dot only. The shop has red dot I'm sure or u have some you can use as well. Bring some simple green and towels also to clean the rubber tires before saucing them. Very important.

 

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 Posted: Apr-07-2016 08:34AM
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Got my truck done so hope to have some fun. What are rules for tire sauce?

 Posted: Apr-07-2016 08:24AM
 Edited:  Apr-09-2016 05:34PM
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Indoor asphalt oval this Sunday! Sounds like a nice turnout with street stocks and b mods coming as well. There is $20 cash on the line to the winner of the 17.5 wingless sprint class. Tech will be done so leave the funny business at home where it belongs. 21.5 sportsman truck is gonna be stacked. I think Brekle is due for a win after a great showing @ Groundpounders last weekend. Its also our 1st race with 13.5 nationwide. Can't wait to get my speed on!

We want to hold open oval practice this Saturday from 12 to 5. Maybe later if there are enough people there. Can't wait!

 

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 Posted: Apr-02-2016 10:05AM
 Edited:  Apr-02-2016 10:16AM
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schedule change already. check post. will still try to do a sunday

 Posted: Apr-01-2016 11:06AM
 Edited:  Apr-02-2016 10:06AM
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Planning a schedule for a few spring dirt oval races for outside and would like to get our locals feedback. With my personal schedule we will run both Fri. and Sun.

Fri. April 22nd.., Fri. May 6th., Fri. or Sun. May 27th. 29th.

schedule subject to change. Thanks Joe

 Posted: Mar-14-2016 02:00PM
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Heads up asphalt oval racers,

Our next asphalt oval race will be Saturday March 26th. The race was originally scheduled on a sunday the 27th but that is easter we decided to change to tue 26th instead.

Going forward our nationwide pan car class will run 13.5 roar approved motors instead of 17.5. This will bring all 3 tracks in the norcal area (delta, p1, and ground pounders) closer to running the same exact rule set. This is an expert level class and will be going pretty darn fast. We still offer 21.5 sportsman truck with rubber tires as our entry level sportsman class as well as 17.5 sk which is open to anyou skill level.

We tested briefly a couple17.5 trucks with rubber tires but it was not much faster than 21.5 truck (about 2 tenths) and was about half a second slower than the nationwide class with 17.5s on foams.

It seems the rubber tires while working well really slow the cars down and level the playing field.

Hope to see you all on the 26th!

 

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 Posted: Mar-14-2016 01:48PM
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Member since:Feb 21, 2009
Reminder

Last dirt oval race under the arena cover will be this sunday. It's our annual "Open $how event with cash payout to the top 3 in every class. This is also round 1 of the 2016 best of the west series. We hope to see you all there!

 

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 Posted: Mar-08-2016 02:37AM
 Edited:  Mar-08-2016 02:37AM
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For asphalt oval we don't run a mod class. Maybe you are referring to the sk modified class? These run a 17.5 motor. The cars look like real asphalt modifieds hence the name sk mod. There are specific sk legal chassis that we run in this class.

All the oval classes we run are 1/10 scale.

The nationwide class is currently 17.5 but should be switching to 13.5 fairly soon. Gonna be fast!

 

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 Posted: Mar-07-2016 10:02PM
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Member since:Mar 7, 2016
What kind of cars are you guys using in mod class? Also nationwide? 1/10-1/12? 

 Posted: Mar-07-2016 03:10PM
 Edited:  Mar-07-2016 09:17PM
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