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EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2009 7:58 pm
by stuart colby
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The 2009 EECC Mini World Cup
Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd May
Mini 1 – EECC Rules
Mini 2 – Outlaw Class

Two race meetings in one weekend, one overall champion...
The track will be open from 10am on Saturday 2nd May for practice until 4pm. The Flood Light race will start at 5pm until late.
Sunday will see part two of the world cup, starting at 8.30 am, practice available from 7.30am. Win on Saturday and Sunday to win a prize. Sunday winner will be crowed EECC Mini World Cup 2009 Champion.
All motors must be commercially available. No specials, no hybrids. Motors do not have to be on the BRCA approved lists, and can be any make and model that is commercially available in the UK. Bodyshells to be mini type.
All classes to run 6 cell sub-c size cells or a hard cased 7.4 LiPo, all cells or packs to be commercially available in the UK. Additive is allowed in both classes but must be of the odourless variety.
EECC Mini rules can be found on the attached document.
Outlaw rules open up motor, speedo and tyre choice to anything that can be fitted to a mini without changing the chassis or modifying the gearing
Saturday night will run 3 rounds of FTD qualification and 2 leg finals (single leg finals if large numbers entered).
Sunday will be 4 rounds of FTD qualification and 2 leg finals.
Round by round qualification maybe selected in the morning given a mixed weather forecast.
Entry fees:
£5.00 per entry Saturday
£7.00 per entry Sunday
£10.00 per entry if entering both meetings.
BBQ will be open Saturday evening and all day Sunday with the track tuck shop available both days.

booking in will be on centrall booking in soon
Note: You do not have to enter both meetings, enter either or both, your choice.

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Wed Apr 01, 2009 11:09 pm
by stuart colby
we are pleased to say we have surport for the event from kamtec modelsport. we are starting a thread on the eastbourne forum for kamtec to place ideas you may have for mini shells. he has asked me about doing a swift shell and i have said that would be a great idea.

so if you have any ideas and he has enough request he might make it

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2009 9:49 am
by justaddmud
could we add ideas here as i would feel a bit odd regestering on the eecc site just to post a sugestion or two

swb m03 cars, ford KA(old type) old metro maybe a austin mini shell

mwb m03m cars Vauxhall corsa mk1 fiesta mk4/5/6

i am all out now, those bodys are true to chassis (i.e. fwd cars for fwd chassis)

would love a 6r4 though

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Thu Apr 02, 2009 6:58 pm
by stuart colby
yeah post your ideas up on here or on our forum. dont feel odd about joining another forum lol iam a member on loads and so are most people.
geting quite a few requests for a meto so that could be interesting if he does one.

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 8:12 pm
by stuart colby
bit of a update. more surport from the hobby box and fusion hobbies :P

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 9:20 pm
by Shawn Herrington
Just waiting for the central booking to go live and there wiill be two entries from here Stuart :D

In the mean time we will be down for some practice...

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 10:00 pm
by stuart colby
great stuff.i know mikes on holiday so iam not sure when it will be live. shouldnt be long i hope

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Sat Apr 11, 2009 6:17 pm
by Shawn Herrington
Central Booking is now online :D

http://www.centralbooking.org/cbs/

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:03 pm
by Shawn Herrington
Not long to go now....
As well as booking in using Central Booking there is now also an entry form available.

http://www.eecc.co.uk/forum/files.php?pid=12680&aid=583

For anyone who hasn't been to Eastbourne the circuit suits the Minis very well. No special set up is reqiured so you can be on the pace reasonably quickly. 18 laps is the target and I am currently on 17; even with my naff driving skills :D

Simond and Rhys are catching up slowly on 16 and anybody from West Kent that enters gets to pit in our own Trackside Hospitality Centre... ;)

It's going to be massive, and that's just the Gazeebo :lol:

Re: EECC MINI WORLD CUP

PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 7:31 pm
by stuart colby
yeah as shawn says not long now iam so excited lol :lol: . booking in is avalible on the day also just makes it easier if you prebook but no big deal if not.

i cant wait to see the west kent Hospitality Centre :P