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  1. Garry, Do you remember the footprint of the track? JanR
  2. Very sad news indeed, great track to race on - better enjoy the time that's left. Thank you James! JanR
  3. ALL CHANGES FROM 2019 TO 2020 ARE SHOWN IN RED The 2020 OAPR LMP Specifications V1.0 - (acknowledging its origin being the 2012 OEPS Guidelines) OAPR – Open Australian Prototype Racing 1. DESCRIPTION Any true 1/24 scale representation of a 1/1 LMP (Le Mans Prototype) car that has raced in the American Le Mans Series or the European Le Mans Series or the World Endurance Championship between 2008 and 2019 All liveries must be of scaled down 1:1 appearance, however colour combinations and liveries from other modern (year 2000 to present) race ca
  4. Just a quick update on this. The Narangba, BVR and Ecurie Elite.au tracks have all been changed over. So all our interstate visitors will now be able to use their controllers as is. Cheers, JanR
  5. Hi Mark, From what I have been told, Kim is the reason why all the tracks in Queensland ended up being different in the first place......just saying.....wink, wink....LOL Anyway, good that we are all eventually going to find common ground with this. Cheers, JanR
  6. Congratulations to all the TQ'ers and Podium-getters..... and the King himself, NOEL. JanR
  7. Thanks Rod, I realise the results file will have the complete picture - was only interested in the screen display. So Benno; are you saying that the screen display can include historical data, like all the lane records for that class (even if it is quite small)? I keep a printout in my shed of all the various lane by class and race by class records, but it will be nice to have it displayed/updated after every race. How about having a race record by class per minute of racing - that way you can change the race duration and still have a comparable race record by class? BTW on Garry's
  8. Hi Pagey, I love the final screen display on your race program. Are the two records at the bottom from historical data or from racing on the night? Is it possible to display lap records by individual lane colour for all the lanes? Cheers, JanR
  9. Hi guys, The 2019 rules for this class are now locked in. Enjoy your racing. Cheers, JanR
  10. ...oh bugger, never thought about that 🤔
  11. Hi guys, Trust you have all had a great Xmas. The 2019 rules have been posted and locked. If however anyone still have a contribution to make before the end of 2018, please do so here and it will be considered for inclusion in 2019. Regards, JanR
  12. ALL CHANGES FROM 2018 TO 2019 ARE SHOWN IN RED The 2019 OAPR LMP Specifications V1.0 - (acknowledging its origin being the 2012 OEPS Guidelines)OAPR – Open Australian Prototype Racing1. DESCRIPTIONAny true 1/24 scale representation of a 1/1 LMP (Le Mans Prototype) car that has raced in the American Le Mans Series or the European Le Mans Series or the World Endurance Championship between 2008 and 2018All liveries must be of scaled down 1:1 appearance, however colour combinations and liveries from other modern (year 2000 to present) race cars may be used.The Ore
  13. Hi guys, Yes I know - it's not a GULF livery. But it is my new Lambo for 2019. Cheers, JanR
  14. Hi guys, It was suggested that I display our basic club racing rules online for easy reference by anyone racing at EE.au. Updates will be done as and when required. This first post will be the one to watch and visit when you need to have sight of our latest rules. Please read the notes at the bottom when familiarizing yourself with the rules. Here we go: 2019 (version 1.3 effective 1st Oct 2019) WEIGHTS FRT WHLS RR WHLS GEARING G/CL SPUR POLR CLASS NOTE CHASSIS BODY/TOT DIA/WID
  15. Foxy, For plastic pinions; roughten up the shaft and the hole in the pinion (I use a small diamond triangular file) then drop RED thread lock into the pinion hole (don't get any on the teeth of the pinion, but if you do, wipe it off as soon as you've fitted the pinion). Put a little thread lock on the shaft (but only on the tip - you want to make sure that you don't get any into the can bush). Press the shaft into the pinion while it is sitting on a solid surface (with the thread lock in the hole). Wipe off any excess thread lock and leave pinion to dry over night. I ha
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