2013 Race Calendar
|08/02/2013|| Team Event Hot Hatches and AGM|
|15/02/2013|| Ninco GT||International||Distance Only||4
|22/02/2013|| Super tourers||International||Distance
|01/03/2013|| NSR Classics||International||Distance Only||4 mins|
|08/03/2013|| Open GT||International||Distance Only||4
|15/03/2013|| Hot Hatches||International||Distance
|22/03/2013|| NSR GT3||International||Distance Only||4 mins|
|29/03/2013|| Ferrari Helmet||Both tracks||Distance Only||4 mins|
|05/04/2013|| Ninco GT||Aldersley||Finals||3 mins|
|12/04/2013|| Super tourers||Aldersley||Finals||3 mins|
|19/04/2013|| NSR Classics||Aldersley||Finals||3 mins|
|26/04/2013|| Open GT||Aldersley||Finals||3 mins|
Hot Hatches||Aldersley||Finals||3 mins|
|10/05/2013|| NSR GT3||Aldersley||Finals||3 mins|
|17/05/2013|| Ferrari Helmet||Both
tracks||Distance Only||4 mins|
Ninco GT||International||Finals||3 mins|
|31/05/2013|| Super tourers||International||Finals||3 mins|
|07/06/2013|| NSR Classics||International||Finals||3 mins|
|14/06/2013|| Open GT||International||Finals||3 mins|
|21/06/2013|| Hot Hatches||International||Finals||3 mins|
|28/06/2013|| NSR GT3||International||Finals||3 mins|
|05/07/2013|| Ferrari Helmet||Aldersley||Distance Only||4 mins|
|12/07/2013|| Ninco GT||Aldersley||Distance Only||4 mins|
|19/07/2013|| Super tourers||Aldersley||Distance Only||4 mins|
|26/07/2013|| NSR Classics||Aldersley||Distance Only||4 mins|
|02/08/2013|| Open GT||Aldersley||Distance Only||4 mins|
|09/08/2013|| Hot Hatches||Aldersley||Distance Only||4 mins|
|16/08/2013|| NSR GT3||Aldersley||Distance Only||4 mins|
|23/08/2013|| Ferrari Helmet||International||Finals||3 mins|
|30/08/2013|| Ninco GT||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2 mins|
|06/09/2013|| Super tourers||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2
|13/09/2013|| NSR Classics||Both tracks||Distance
Only||2 X 2 mins|
|20/09/2013|| Open GT||Both
tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2 mins|
Hot Hatches||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2 mins|
|04/10/2013|| NSR GT3||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2
|11/10/2013|| Ferrari Helmet||Aldersley||Finals||3 mins|
Ninco GT||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2 mins|
|25/10/2013|| Super tourers||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2 mins|
|01/11/2013|| NSR Classics||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2
|08/11/2013|| Open GT||Both tracks||Distance
Only||2 X 2 mins|
|15/11/2013|| Hot Hatches||Both
tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2 mins|
NSR GT3||Both tracks||Distance Only||2 X 2 mins|
|29/11/2013|| Ferrari Helmet||International||Finals||3 mins|
|06/12/2013|| Yule Tide|| || || |
Yule Tide|| || || |
|20/12/2013|| Yule Tide|| || || |
|27/12/2013|| Yule Tide|| || || |
Track type may change at anytime
to suit availability
7.15 Doors Open
7.55 Deadline for registering
expecting to be late can notify Race control and their name can be entered).
briefing/ race controller and scrutineer for evening identified.
8.00-8.10 (sharp) Racing commences
GT||Super tourers||NSR Classic||Open GT||Hot Hatches||NSR GT3|
Cockerton||25||24||22|| || || ||25||25||25|| || || ||24||12||24|| || || ||9||24||23|| || || ||23||23||24|| || || ||22||24||16|| || || |
|391||Andy Bartle||24||0||25|| || || ||20||16||23|| || || ||25||25||25|| || || ||24||25||22|| || || ||25||22||21|| || || ||24||22||23|| || || |
|364||Roy Pritchards (M)||22||23||24|| || || ||21||22||0|| || || ||18||24||23|| || || ||21||22||24|| || || ||24||25||23|| || || ||23||25||0|| || || |
Welch (M)||0||25||23|| || || ||24||24||24|| || || ||23||0||12|| || || ||20||21||21|| || || ||16||17||20|| || || ||21||19||24|| || || |
|331||Chris Aston (M)||17||16||19|| || || ||17||17||21|| || || ||19||17||16|| || || ||14||20||16|| || || ||21||21||22|| || || ||17||20||21|| || || |
|329||Ashley Evans||16||21||17|| || || ||16||23||20|| || || ||13||21||18|| || || ||22||18||13|| || || ||22||19||16|| || || ||15||17||22|| || || |
|328||Bill Charters (M)||20||22||20|| || || ||18||20||17|| || || ||20||23||19|| || || ||15||17||19|| || || ||20||18||18|| || || ||0||23||19|| || || |
|316||Ian James(M)||19||17||0|| || || ||15||21||19|| || || ||21||22||22|| || || ||18||15||14|| || || ||17||24||17|| || || ||20||15||20|| || || |
|290||Matt Sharples||23||0||21|| || || ||22||18||22|| || || ||15||18||17|| || || ||25||23||25|| || || ||15||14||0|| || || ||19||13||0|| || || |
|248||Nick Huxley (M)||0||0||0|| || || ||14||19||18|| || || ||14||16||20|| || || ||16||13||12|| || || ||11||20||19|| || || ||18||21||17|| || || |
|238||Paul Griffiths (M)||18||20||16|| || || ||13||15||0|| || || ||22||20||13|| || || ||19||19||15|| || || ||18||16||0|| || || ||0||0||14|| || || |
Wixon||14||18||18|| || || ||10||12||16|| || || ||16||19||0|| || || ||0||16||17|| || || ||14||15||0|| || || ||16||18||18|| || || |
|183||Ryan Stokes||0||0||0|| || || ||12||14||13|| || || ||12||15||8|| || || ||12||14||11|| || || ||13||0||14|| || || ||14||16||15|| || || |
|156||Malcolm Scotto (M)||13||12||13|| || || ||0||13||11|| || || ||11||13||9|| || || ||0||9||10|| || || ||0||0||15|| || || ||0||14||13|| || || |
|155||John Speke (M)||12||14||15|| || || ||0||11||14|| || || ||10||14||7|| || || ||10||0||0|| || || ||12||0||13|| || || ||0||11||12|| || || |
|142||Lewis Gough||21||0||0|| || || ||23||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||23||0||0|| || || ||0||0||25|| || || ||25||0||25|| || || |
|81||Ben Clements||0||19||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||14|| || || ||17||11||20|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || |
Clements (M)||0||15||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||21|| || || ||13||12||18|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || |
Speke||0||13||14|| || || ||0||0||12|| || || ||0||0||6|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||12||10|| || || |
|60||Rob Wallader (M)||0||0||0|| || || ||19||0||0|| || || ||17||0||5|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||19||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || |
Homer||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||15|| || || ||0||0||10|| || || ||0||10||0|| || || ||0||13||0|| || || ||0||0||11|| || || |
|37||Paul Leyshon (M)||15||0||0|| || || ||11||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||11||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || |
Field||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||15|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || |
|11||Josh Field||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||11|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || ||0||0||0|| || || |
NIGHT Championship RULES 2013 (version A) 28.01.2013
Sponsored By Ian James
1. Single Championship will be run
Each class will be raced 6 times (class dependant) on tracks availability
2. All Drivers are eligible for step ladder finals (Where applicable)
3rd - 23
- 20 points
- 17 points ETC
Other scoring systems to be assessed during season
Each competitor will receive the equivalent number of points for position he or she finishes per event (as
above), any competitors using non eligible cars can only attain a position after any eligible cars running that evening have
finished irrespective of any high position attained during the heats.
Heats running order will be based on the Championship position from the championship standings, top four attendees
positions will race where possible against each other then the next 4 (5th to 8th) and so on.
The remainder of the entrants will be mixed in a similar fashion 33%
of event will run finals
Finals places are based upon distances covered in 4/5 heats during the event (Track dependent).
Each competitor having choice of lane for final.
Each final winner will progress
to the next final level.
Note:- A Final will be run as a split inner outer lane combination over 2mins/lane
66% of classes will be run on heat distance results only, no finals will be run (as endurance
racing is normally run in real life) In the event of a computer failure then manual scores must be taken and in the event
of a tie then a one lap race off will be the decider with lane selection done via the a coin toss.
A trophy will be awarded for club champion
Over 40 Masters award will be given to the highest place person over the age of 40 years old. (being 40 years
old prior to the championship start date)
3. No Magnets in any
class or car are allowed.
4. All plastic model
cars manufactured are eligible to race (Resin bodies allowed in Hot Hatch class).
allowed are as listed in below only.
a) Model Cars
All bodies and chassis have to be plastic and remain as manufactured Body top and Chassis must match, but lightweight
interiors are allowed correctly fitted into model.
They are all required to be
1:32 in scale.
PCS classes have separate criteria below:-
Only production Hatch (2 box) cars that have taken part in WTC, WRC Rallying, One class circuit racing etc. Separate
individual cars can be assessed by request 7 days prior to a round of Hot Hatches to avoid disappointment on the night.
To run only NSR part’s as Per GT3 championship rules.
To run to WSCC Rules only.
b) Guide Blades:
blade that fits model.
NSR GT3 only NSR parts
All can be replaced if broken.
No guide repositioning
No restriction on axles, except NSR GT3 only NSR parts only.
d) Crown gears/Spur gears:
manufacturers gearing to be used. ground clearance of 1.2mm will be required as a minimum requirement to be eligible.
NSR GT3 only NSR parts
Pinion gears are allowed to be upgraded/replaced-using gears having 8 to 13 teeth brass, steel
NSR classics must run with 11 tooth pinions only
NSR GT3 only NSR parts
Any manufacturers hubs to be used (Hubs must be to scale.).
will be allowed. Except Slot It GT class which can only use slot it or pcs parts only.
classics must run with hub inserts, if cars are using PCS BBS type hubs then the golden colour must be covered with black
paint or ink.
NSR GT3 only NSR parts to be used hubs can run with or without on complete car.
Any manufactures rubber tyres only to be used as long as they are to scale and do not alter the appearance of
NSR classics to run 10 mm wide tyres maximum.
NSR GT3 only NSR Tyre’s
No Silicone tyres to be used .
Tyre warming prior to immediate racing allowed, including truing directly before racing.
to be checked for residual heat at the start line any found to be warmed will have to wait until the tyres are cool enough
to race, racing will not be halted to wait for the offender, alternatively the offender can change the tyres for another pair
of tyres (at room temp) to race, racing can be halted to undertake this action (time allowing)
will also be checked for dryness being dry at the start line, offender’s will be asked to dry their tyres prior to the
Tyre treatments are allowed but must not leave a residue on the track, any found to do so will be required to
change car or tyres immediately
No MB Slot treatment to be used as it removes track surface like paint stripper.
Notice:- Gloves and Eye protection are suggested to be used
when using potential harmful fluids, please adhere to the instructions and avoid skin contact. WSCC do not take any reponsibility
for any ill health caused by using such substances. Participants and helpers use any substance at their own risk. Children
under 16 are required to be supervised at all times.
h) Repairing Cars:
2 cars maximum are allowed per event per driver.
Cars may be passed as common entrants for 2 or more drivers. But must be clear to the scrutineer about who is
run the car prior to the evening racing start.
Cars can be cleaned, touched, moved and or repaired during race change over time, or if there are sufficient
marshalls during heats.I)
Any motor that can be securely fixed via proprietary motor mounts are allowed.
GT3 only NSR 21.4K King EVO or EVO 3 or Scaleauto Endurance 22K motor SC- 026 to be used
Classic’s can replace the 20K orange wrapper motor with Scaleauto 008-B 20K motor with wrapper still untouched and on
the motor when fitted, (any suspect tampering will be investigated by the race organisers committee.)
Hot Hatches 20K limit at 12v labelled motors only (unwrappered motors are not allowed), eligible motors with
Ninco NC1, NC 2, NC 5, NC 7 Raider, NC 8 Thruster.NC 9 sparker
King, Spanish King.
18k QS Typhoon
Scaleauto SC-008B, SC-011B, SC-021
MSC 5008 Thunder 3
Magnets are not allowed in any class.
Loose chassis are allowed, fixing screws must be secured via tape over screw holes etc to prevent track
short circuits, covering of motor pod screws is also required if the pod is loosened.
7. 1mm of wheel width maximum is allowed exposed in closed arch models to the widest part
of the wheel arch however:-
NSR GT3 max width 63mm
NSR Classic max width 61mm
8. All Classes will be run over
3 or 4 minute heats dependant on numbers attending
Distance only events will be
run over 4 minute
Other Events with finals are run over 3 minutes,
A Final will be run as a split inner outer lane combination
over 2mins / lane to qualifier getting lane draw,
1st half final winner get choice of 2nd half
lane (on international track only)
9. Type of Classes:
Any UK or international touring car cars also
included are Ninco and Fly BMW M3 GTR’s, SCX Seat Leon and Audi 90 imsa GT 4x4 ,
recognised WRC car from all manufacturers including Ninco megane MKI and Clio Mk I. Ninco Porsche 911 rally versions (Rothmans
type) are allowed.
Light weight silhouettes are allowed e.g. Spirit Peugeot 406 Coupes, Fly Ford Capri, Nascars Ninco Meganes Mk
3. Scalextric Ferrari Gto’s and Ninco
Porsche GT3, Ferrari 360 are not allowed
NSR Porshe 997 are not allowed
Powerslot Nissan 350 Z are not allowed.
Only production Saloon Hatch (2 box) cars that have taken part in WTC, WRC Rallying
or one make series as per below in line configuration where ever possible; if car comes
as multi configuration then the car must be converted to in line. If the car comes only as side winder then this configuration
is allowed. Angle winder configuration is not allowed.
Renault 5 Team SlotFiat Grande Punto Fly Slot it
Team Slot Seat Ibiza
Team Slot Citroen ZX
Team Slot, Auto Art , SCX
Peugeot 206 GTI Team Slot, Auto Art , SCX
Spirit Volkswagen GTi
Spirit Peugeot 205
Seat leon, Scalextric,
BMW Mini scalextric, SCX, Ninco
Ford Fiesta scalextric
Ford Escort Cosworth
Toyota Corolla Scalextric, ninco
Ford Focus scalextric, SCX, Auto Art
VW beetle Scalextric
Skoda Fabia Scalextric,
Renault Megane Scalextric, SCX
Ford Fiesta RS Scalextric
Mini Countryman scalextric, carrera
6R4 Scalextric, MSC
Opel Corsa Sloter
Renault Clio Ninco
Peugeot 306 GTi Ninco
VW Golf Gti ninco
saxo GTi ninco
Fiat Super Punto ninco
Renault super clio Ninco
Citroen C4 Ninco SCX
Hyundai accent Cartrix
VW Golf Carrera
VW Sirocco Carrera
Citroen DS3 Carrera
VW Golf GTi Carrera
Peugeot 207 Avant slot
Subaru Hatch Avant Slot
Ninco Megane Mk 2 and 3 are not allowed,
Scalextric SCX and Ninco Astra
Coupes are not allowed Open GT
Any GT or open top model any motor, mount
gearing wheels etc configurations are allowed within the rules enclosed in this document,
Ninco GT Closed top,
Any GT or silhouette
car that is manufactured by Ninco With angle
winder or in line configuration, tune up bits by any manufacturer
NSR Classics (pre 1970)
Any NSR classic’s
currently available or to be released over the coming season. All to run as closed to box standard as possible.
Spare tyre on FordMKiV can be removed and hole at rear of car be covered with black plastic cover. (This is
cover Spare body kits which do not come with a spare tyre).
Cars must run with 20K orange wrapper motor with Scaleauto 008-B 20K motor
with wrapper still untouched and on the motor when fitted, (any suspect tampering will be investigated by the race organisers
11 tooth NSR pinion only.
Other spur gearing any manufacturer to suit individual taste.
any type must run with inserts, (spinners can be removed)
PCS type wheels gold centres must be blacked out.
max width on rear axle to be assessed at scrutineering.
Colour schemes to be in taste with the period.
Porsche 997, Audi R8, or Corvette C5 made by NSR with all original fixtures and fittings as made to be present at the start
of each race including Roll Cage’s and Fans on Corvette chassis, Gearing and Tyres all to be NSR any discrepancy to
be discussed when car is presented for scrutineering.
All Other rules as per 2013 NSR GT3 Championship.
ScrutineeringOnly 2 cars max per entrant
can be eligible for scrutineering per night
Cars may be passed as common entrants for 2 or more drivers. But
must be clear to the scrutineer about who is run the car prior to the evening racing start.
Top 28 out of 36 Events will be classified as indicated on calendar a minimum
of 2 scoring rounds from each class plus a drivers next best scores from the remaining events per class
must be attended to be eligible for the championship (to count as a score towards the overall championship).
10. Body Parts
All cars must run with all the intended
manufacturer parts fitted as sold as far as possible.
Mirrors and aerials are the only parts we
would not consider against the rules.
Spoilers on GT, Tourer and Rally cars must
be fitted at the start of each race i.e. race grid for each car.
of spoilers and deemed weak/damaged body areas are allowed but must be carried in a manner not to detract from the appearance
of the model.
Any questions on this must be dealt with on an individual
basis, as different models may have different weak areas.
NSR Classics and GT3 must run with manufacturer’s original interior and fittings.
can run with lightweight interior, windscreen, driver figure and windows
without interior as standard must be fitted with one to be eligible.
lightweight 3rd party manufacturers interior and windscreens etc will be allowed in any class.
No cutting/modifying of chassis/bodies is allowed for any reason e.g. to make a non-standard motor fit.
Raw plastic and unpainted bodies will require painting to be eligible to race.
car number visible as recommended but not essential
11. No changing of cars during
race, no driver intervention during race i.e. marshalling of his/her own car (when marshalling numbers allow).
If a driver marshals his or her car during a heat then a penalty at the end of race will be incurred. This penalty
will be the reducing the drivers lap score to 4th place and being 1lap behind the final placed driver (unless the
driver is already the final placed then a further 1 lap will be deducted as a penalty from the distance he/she has covered
during the heat).
12. Weighting of cars will be allowed. Excessive weight cars
can be requested to have some weight removed (95 grammes max car weight).
13. Any car loosing a wheel during a race must retire from the race as soon as it
is noticed by a marshal. Car cannot continue at all in the heat.
14. Parc Fermme rules to
be reviewed as season progresses. But applies to double header nights from first race.
Hot Hatch cars that you want to run which are unclear about eligibility please consult Bill Charters, Roy Pritchards, Paul
Griffiths, Malcolm Scotto, or Ian James for clearance to race them 7 days in advance of a qualifying event. Cars that are
presented on the night may be turned away. If any are not sure then clarity must be given from another team member.
Control and Scrutineer decisions are final.
17. If anything you want to do to your vehicle is not mentioned in
any of the above rules then the easiest rule is DON’T DO IT!
18. Manufacturers list of Eligible parts and models
Slot It, Ninco,
Scalextric, Scx, Proslot, Spirit, Carrera, Fly/ GB Track, Pink Car, Gom, Cartrix, Mrrc, Nsr, MB Slot, Autoart, Avant slot
Slot,Sloter,Powerslot, Proteus, Revell,Takara, SRT, Polistil, Scaleauto, Hobby Slot,
19. Race Hand Throttles
Any Hand throttles not previously used at the club must
be checked prior to use on the track to prevent damage to the power pack or track.
20. Event Timetable
7.15 Doors Open
7.55 Deadline for registering (anyone expecting to be late can notify Race control and their name
can be entered).
8.00 Evening briefing/ race controller and scrutineer for evening identified.
(sharp) Racing commences.
Any Late Arrivals please call
Malcolm or Ian so that we know you are attending and can be included in the race schedule.
Ian’s Mobile No. 07970544126. 07881266069 (work)
Malcolm’s Mobile No. 07740717140
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