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PostSubject: Modern GT Rules   Sun Dec 30, 2012 10:40 pm

Ok Guys being that there is quite a variety of GT cars on the market, the rules are pretty simple. If its a Scalextric which i recommend as they are generally competitive out of the box you must run with a standard Scalextric motor only and just small mods like tyres and glueing of axles and bearings are allowed. With all other makes i am open to rules a little in case they need a Pioneer motor or something more drastic done to them to help them keep up with the Scalextric GT's but only an extent. The Main rule is to keep all cars on a similar lap time so the racing comes down to the Driver not the Car. The Car also must have working Headlights and a visiable interior
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