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Booking In and Race Number allocation for 2019 opens 1 Jan 2019

 

For this season, you have four choices for the battery rules you choose to abide by (see here for details).
If you choose to use a limiter, you will need to go to race control at the first meeting you attend in order to have it programmed with the correct settings, which are:-
Ramp Down Time = 5 secs
Dead Time = 60 secs
Energy Level 1 (mini classes) = 21 WattHr(1260 WattMin)
Energy Level 2 (M1/H1 classes) = 60 WattHr(3600 WattMin)
Energy Level 3 (M2/H2/Cat classes) = 120 WattHr(7200 WattMin)

The limiter must be connected as follows:-
1) It must be wired so that the limiter remains powered even when the kill switch is removed.
2) The throttle signal wire from the receiver must connect to the limiter signal input.
3) The signal output from the limiter must connect to the ESC input.

No1 in each class is reserved for the previous years champion if they choose to defend their titles.

Timing will be by MyLaps RC4 and so you will need to use a compatible transponder (ie. RC4 Pure or Hybrid). Transponders will be available for hire at the event if you donít have your own.

 

NADs 2019 Race Entries

Entries:
Entrants:

NUMBER ENTRANT
Cat
1 Reserved for Ian Williams
2  
3  
4  
5  
Hydro1
1 Reserved for Chris Hobbs
2  
3  
4  
5  
Hydro2
1 Reserved for George McDonald
2  
3  
4  
5  
Mini Hydro
1 Reserved for Tom Watson
2  
3  
4  
5  
Mini Mono
1 Reserved for Tom Watson
2  
3  
4  
5  
Mono1
1 Reserved for Tom Watson
2  
3  
4  
5  
Mono2
1 Reserved for Paul Heaton
2  
3  
4  
5  

 

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