When guys see these go around my flat track, they can't help but smile.
Sano Dave Fiedler commented that after being a bit tired of building, these cars would inspire him to scratchbuild a new chassis.
My idea is for a proxy event, at least held at my raceway, where the cars would be run on both the flat track and the King, with
the combined lap total for both tracks, would determine the winner.
To be fair, local racers would not be permitted to enter a tested car.
Major car components and gear ratio would be speced out, with parts shown in my $53.95 kit required.
Cars would require a 3 7/8" WB and max., 1/4" guide lead, a mandatory .050" F & R clearance, with all other chassis design , wide open.
Races, of course, would be broadcast on U-stream, as the other Proxy events I've held.
Other parts of the event would be a Concours, and possibly a "heads up" race for the top finishers against the local racer's "tested" cars.
Entry fee would be free, with purchase of the $59.95 kit.
Only other parts required would be chassis materials other than the supplied JK bracket and C/R guide tongue, and incidentals such as lead wire,
guide clips, washers and nut, braid, axle spacers, pins and detail parts.
The only other cost would be my shipping cost back to the owner (approx. $5-$10) or another raceway, if any is interested in hosting a race.
I have no idea if these cars have the same appeal to others, as they do with my locals.
I'd like to see a minimum of 8 entries to proceed and hold the race.