2013-2014 Garden State ISRA Series Schedule and Rules
The 2013-14 Garden State ISRA Series schedule is as follows:
September 29, 2013 - Garden State ISRA Club
October 27, 2013 - NJ SpeedZone
November 24, 2013 - The Race Place
December - off for the holidays
January 26, 2014 - NJ SpeedZone
February 16, 2014 - The Race Place
March 30, 2014 - Garden State ISRA Club
April 27, 2014 (Championship race) - The Race Place
Here are the raceway addresses:
Garden State ISRA Club
Blackbeards Cave/CB Huntingtons
136 Atlantic City Blvd (Rt. 9)
Bayville, NJ 08721
SpeedZone Raceway and Hobbies
203 Pine St.
Mt. Holly, NJ 08060
The Race Place
1151 Highway 33
Farmingdale, NJ 07727
Attached to this post are the rules for the 2013-14 season.
There have been a few changes to the rules this year, which are summarized below:
1. Instituted "Semi-pro" and "Pro" driver classifications
Participants who are current and/or past ISRA North American champions or USRA champions and past series champions of JRL, B-Production, Open Group 12, or Eurosport in any of the ISRA sanctioned series will be classified as Pro. Racers may elect to be classified as a Pro, but that election is irrevocable, and that racer will be classified as Pro for all classes. Semi-pro and Pro racers will race together, but scoring, points, and pay-out will be done on a driver-classification basis.
2. Eliminated the 1/32 Production class and replaced it with Spec LMP.
JK Cheetah X25 Chassis JKX25 (Chassis must be in stock configuration meaning that the pans from the other Cheetah series chassis may not be interchanged. Lightweight pans are illegal.)
The chassis may not be cut or bent from its original shape and must be unmodified apart from the following permitted modifications:
Lead may be taped or glued to the chassis.
Pin tubes may be added in the original body mounting holes and can be floating or fixed to the chassis.
Rear bushings may be soldered to the chassis (ball bearings may not be used).
Motor may be soldered to the chassis.
May grind only the rear of the motor bracket for gear clearance.
Chassis may be braced with commercially available rear upright brace or piano wire not to exceeded .062" diameter. No other bracing is permitted.
Tape may be applied.
Lead wire retainer may be added.
3/32" solid rear axle only (no hollow or otherwise lightweight rear axles).
Front axle is not required; however, a 1/16" front axle and .500" wheels may be used.
JK Hawk 7 Motor JKP30307. Motor must be unmodified.
MOTOR CLAIMER RULE: If a racer would like to claim another racer's motor, the racer must make it known to the race director before the end of the last heat that he/she intends to "claim" another racer's motor. Once the announcement is made, the racer must continue with the "claimer" procedure unless the intended motor stops working before the end of the race. The cost to claim the motor is equal to the retail price of a new JK Hawk 7 motor plus sales tax. At that time, the motor installed in the race car will be removed by an ISRA delegate and will then be given to the motor claimer. This rule only applies to Spec LMP and is intended to limit the number of motors a racer purchases to find that "special motor."
May use any 64 pitch spur and pinion gear. 48 pitch, 72 pitch, and 80 pitch gears are illegal.
Parma Dome GT1 LeMans, part number PAR1048A or PAR1048B.
Body must be cut on the cut-line and must maintain a vertical front bumper.
Body must have three (3) painted or or sticker numbers.
A three-color driver is required.
3. Added the following bodies to the B-Production body list:
Red Fox Audi R18 LMP (RFSC100C)
Red Fox Peugeot 908 LMP (RFSC99C)
Red Fox Ferrari Concept (RFSC101C)
JK Mazda Dyson (7215)
4. The Red Fox ISRA Audi R10 will be the only body legal for 1/24 Eurosport.
Please direct any rules questions to me. I look forward to a successful 2013-14 series.
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