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Old 18-05-2010
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Event Calendar and championship results have been updated.
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New updates made to homepage.
Weather forecast, some new graphics, and "for sale" section are all added.
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just noticed that it states that there's "5+" rounds left in the championship. if it finishes around 20th june, what happens for the rest of the summer?
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just noticed that it states that there's "5+" rounds left in the championship. if it finishes around 20th june, what happens for the rest of the summer?
Don't panic, the championship will run to the end of the summer.
It'll still say "5+" on June 20th
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Calendar page has been updated with larger calendar.
It's now colour coded, so that all the different events are highlighted.
Now includes, BRCA and RCCAOI events.

Also, championship top 3 on home page has been corrected - sorry Michael

Last weekends results should be posted in next 24hrs or so.
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Old 26-05-2010
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Results from 23rd May updated.

Some points of interest;
Michael O'Leary now features in top 3 of both classes.
Dave Bolger makes impressive move into top 3 in 2wd.
Oisin Carroll boosts his championship with very good result last week.
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noob question alert;

what does f4 & f5 (clubman) mean on the results page?

also, how to you aquire the wizards' key on dungeon 5 in the warlock region?

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noob question alert;

what does f4 & f5 (clubman) mean on the results page?

also, how to you aquire the wizards' key on dungeon 5 in the warlock region?

thanks gamesmaster!

To get the wizard's key you to get the crystal of En-d-Vok, this will give you access to a scroll of knowledge. You'll need to add this scroll to the other two that you have already, you already have two scrolls!! These scrolls will allow you to answer the 'questions 3' that is asked by the keeper of the key.

Sure it all makes sense when you think about it!!

Right on to the more difficult stuff.

Grading system, it's still a work in progress.


F5 NOVICE/NEW-COMER First time racer


F4 CLUBMAN, second year or more racing.


Both the above would be running 10.5 motors.


F3/F2/F1, would be in the modified class.


So as well as an overall champion, there would also be the top F5/F4/F3 driver.


The idea is to give everyone racing in the club a goal or championship to race for, that they have the ability to win.
(Ie new driver in the club would not be racing against a seasoned racer. They would be against drivers of similar ability & experience.)


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To get the wizard's key you to get the crystal of En-d-Vok, this will give you access to a scroll of knowledge. You'll need to add this scroll to the other two that you have already, you already have two scrolls!! These scrolls will allow you to answer the 'questions 3' that is asked by the keeper of the key.

Sure it all makes sense when you think about it!!

Right on to the more difficult stuff.

Grading system, it's still a work in progress.


F5 NOVICE/NEW-COMER First time racer


F4 CLUBMAN, second year or more racing.


Both the above would be running 10.5 motors.


F3/F2/F1, would be in the modified class.


So as well as an overall champion, there would also be the top F5/F4/F3 driver.


The idea is to give everyone racing in the club a goal or championship to race for, that they have the ability to win.
(Ie new driver in the club would not be racing against a seasoned racer. They would be against drivers of similar ability & experience.)


MiCk B. :-)
Hi all,

The grading system is a work in progress at the moment. The main idea of it is so that the club can seperate out the different drivers into groups for the purposes of awarding trophies at the end of the year.

I was thought that drivers would be more enthusiastic if they knew that they were winning their group even if not winning the overall championship.

At the moment, the grades on the website are only part of a proposal that is being drafted. Basically, F4 and F5 drivers must use 10.5 motors or higher.

The ungraded drivers are all F2 and F3 and will be assigned their grading based on RCCAOI/EUROS/WORLDS events at the end of this year.
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I've put up some photos of Eden Park from the weekend on the photos page. Was really hot weather and really hot pace.
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do you have the results from the wet race on sunday?
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Results will be up soon. Just been busy getting back after the week-end away and getting some stuff sorted for the lads going away this week-end.

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Results from June 6th updated.
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Stephen Carson (Mole2k) took some awesome photos at the oOple race - I've put a few of my favourites up on the photos page of the website.
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Hi alll,

Apologies for no updates on site for l;ast couple of weeks - been flat out! Will endeavour to update results early next week

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Hope you're packed up........ Ferry is in a few hrs.!!.

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Hi all,

You can now view individual club round results by clicking on the dates on the results page of www.dublinmodelracing.com

Some sets of results are missing, but I will get these up as soon as possible.

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Results page now has TQ drivers score shown in black
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Results for August 29th and September 5th have been updated
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Hi all,

I want to record some high quality video of racing in the Naul over the winter to use on the first page of dublinmodelracing.com

Does anyone have a decent DV cam that I could borrow on the odd sunday? Also looking for a tripod to suit.
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