Racing This Week: March 24th

The Autumn 2011 racing season continues this week at Rutherglen, with action for Short Course Trucks, 8th Buggy, 10th Buggy and Tourers, along with our 10th Buggy/SC Novice class.

After a big turn out last time we’re expecting some exciting action again this week.

Two extra notes….firstly with March being a month containing five thursday nights, we’re considering an open practice night next week (31st) and the second installment of our “School of R/C”.  We’ll confirm at racing this Thursday night whether the practice night is definite.

And secondly, congrats to some of our members who’ve been representing well at the 2011 Tasmanian Championship two weeks ago, and the Bendigo Flight Centre Classic in Victoria this weekend just gone. Sam Wells backed up a strong third place finish in Hobart with an excellent second in Bendigo (both in the 21.5/Stock class), while Paddy Hume, Graham Viney (both 13.5/Super Stock), Greenie (Stock) and Scott Guyatt (Open) all had competitive outings in Hobart.  Our Queensland visitor from last fortnight at Rutherglen, Adrian Beggs, took the win in the 21.5/Stock class in Hobart.  Congrats to all the guys….and may we encourage you to consider racing at one of these big events….it’s a great learning opportunity and a lot of fun to boot.

See you Thursday at Rutherglen, when the battle resumes!

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4 Responses to Racing This Week: March 24th

  1. Peter Hutton says:

    Tourer all ready to roll…might give the new truck a run with the new 550 4.5T in it if i get a chance to get out n test it while this weather hanging about

    Pete

  2. James says:

    Slash will be out for a run & No Vorza due to some lost screws at Latrobe last weekend!

  3. Rocket says:

    is this rain ever going to stop 😉
    thank god for indoor racing 🙂

    • James says:

      But we got to watch out from those wet spots on the track if they havent fixed the roof yet!

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