5822 WEST FOREST HOME AVE
MILWAUKEE WI 53220
414-327-4003 BOB THELEN
716 NORTHWEST WAY
FOND DU LAC WI 54937
920-922-6509 PAUL PFEIFFER
(INSIDE HOBBYTOWN USA OSHKOSH)
807 OREGON ST.
OSHKOSH WI 54902
Track opens at 9:00 am on the race day.
Amateur GT tech begins at 11:00 am followed by
Expert - Vintage GT
RACE #1...SATURDAY MARCH 7 - LUCKY BOB'S RACEWAY
RACE #2...SATURDAY MAY 9 - ALPHA RACEWAY
RACE #3... SATURDAY JUNE 6 - REVOLUTION RACEWAY
RACE #4... SATURDAY JULY 11 - ALPHA RACEWAY
RACE #5... SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12 - REVOLUTION RACEWAY
RACE #6... SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 - ALPHA RACEWAY
There is just nothing like the ultra close, side by side racing that is almost guaranteed with these car/motor combinations! And we'll offer it up for you whether you are young, advancing your racing skills, or an old Pro.
New for 2009...
Can-Am racers may run either the traditional Champion Turbo Flex Car or a Retro CanAm car conforming to IRRA rules. (The IRRA rules can be found at Slotblog on the D3 listing)
Any production chassis may be used in the Amateur GT and the Intnational 32 classes
Minimum weights for these classes...
Expert GT - 103 grams
International 32 - 90 grams
Motors for 2009...Amateur Vintage GT and International 32 - Slick7 S7588 or Jk Falcon but not the Falcon 7
Expert Vintage GT - JK Falcon 7
Badgerland Indy - JK Falcon 7
Can Am - JK Falcon 7, TSR-D3, or Pro Slot mini motor 4002B with puppy dog arm
Amateur: For drivers who are not yet ready to "run with the big dogs" $8.00 entry fee
Expert: Expert class is open to all* some of the best racers in the region will compete* $10.00 entry fee
Can Am: Open to all drivers... 5 races $10.00 entry fee
International 32: Open to all drivers* $10.00 entry fee
Indy Car: Open to all drivers * using Badgerland rules. $10.00 entry fee
Concours awards at each race!
At season end, trophies are awarded to the top finishers in each category.
|1/24th Scale Vintage Rules
Chassis: Can Am and Amateur GT Classes must use Champion Turbo Flex chassis with Steel pans. Production chassis from any manufacturer may be used in the Expert GT class. No cutting, bending, or modifying the chassis except… the motor mounting bracket may be removed. A "U" shaped brace may be used to reinforce the rear uprights. Pin tube body mounts may be added. May solder axle bushings to chassis uprights. Lead weights may be added. The guide tongue may be reinforced. Must use oilite bushings.
Motor: Must use a completely stock JK Falcon motor.
Gears: Must use an 11-tooth straight or angle pinion. Must us a PSE 38-tooth spur.
Wheels: Fronts must be a metal wheel with a rubber tire. Minimum .500" diameter. Any rear tires may be used but may not exceed .800" diameter.
Axle: Must use a solid steel rear axle…. No hollow or lightweight axles allowed. Front axle must be .055" or .063" piano wire. Front axle may be soldered to the chassis and may be bent.
Clearance: Minimum .047” front and .063” (1/16) rear.
Bodies: Scale appearing Vintage bodies from any manufacturer may be used. (GT cars are those with a top … closed cockpit). Bodies must be suitably painted, with clear windows, clear front wheel wells, have 3 numbers, and a full 3-dimensional interior.
Weight: Expert GT minimum weight 103 grams
International 1/32th Scale Rules
Chassis: May use any production 1/32 chassis. May remove motor mounting bracket and minor trimming of pans for motor clearance. Pin tube body mounts may be added. May solder axle bushings to chassis uprights. Lead weights may be added. The guide tongue may be reinforced. Must use oilite bushings.
Motor: Must us a completely stock JK Falcon Motor 5 or less, or Slick 7 Motor.
Gears: May use any gears.
Wheels: Fronts must be a metal wheel with a rubber tire. Minimum .500" diameter. Any rear tires may be used.
Axle: Must us a solid steel rear axle…. No hollow or lightweight axles allowed. Front axle must be .055" or .063" piano wire.
Width: Maximum tread width (track) 2.520 inches for front and rear wheels.
Clearance: Minimum .047” at rear of chassis and gear. Front clearance must be .032" minimum.
Bodies: May use any 1/32-scale sports or GT body. (No "ultimate" or wing bodies). Must be suitably painted with clear windows, front wheel wells, have 3 numbers, and a full 3-dimensional interior. Examples: Parma Intrepid, JK BMW V12 LMR
Weight: Minimum weight 90 grams
BadgerLand INDY CLASS 2008-2009Chassis:
1) CHASSIS MATERIALS:
THE ONLY EXCEPTION IS THE FRONT AXLE AND SCALE SIZED WISHBONES.
3) THE BODY MUST BE TRIMED TO THE MOLDED BODY INTENDED SHAPE OF THE CAR
4) FRONT MOUNTED GUIDE FLAG IS THE ONLY PART THAT ENTERS THE TRACK SLOT
5) MAXIMUM WIDTH OF THE CHASSIS PANS IS 2.40 INCHES.
6) HINGED PAN MOVEMENT IS ALLOWED.
7) FLOATING PIN TUBES ARE ALLOWED.
8) IF IT IS NOT COVERED, IT IS NOT LEGAL.
THE BADGERLAND SERIES HAS THE RIGHT TO DISALLOW ANY CAR AT TECH,
WHICH DOES NOT MEET THE INTENT OF THE RULES.
F1 FERRARI JK6104
F1 MCLAREN JK6105
F1 JAGUAR JK6107
JRL INDY JK6101BD
LOLA-CHAMP CAR JK6115
REYNARD-CHAMP CAR JK6116
G FORCE-IRL JK6118
JRL INDY JKP610011 EXT REAR WING
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