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Old 21-12-2015
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Default Saturday Winter Racing?

Hi All,

Am I correct in thinking that you race on Saturdays through the Winter?

What buggies are popular at Herts at the moment?

Thanks

Martin
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Old 21-12-2015
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Last year 1/10 was on a Saturday but this year it's monthly on a Sunday.
The track is always open for practice and the next race is 3rd Jan.
The most popular class is 2wd and a decent turn out for 4wd.
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Ok thanks,

Will make the time to practice in the New Year!
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Old 10-01-2016
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What 2wd buggies are popular at the moment?

I'm assuming Schumacher KF's and Losi's. Any others?

Thanks for the continued help.
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Old 14-01-2016
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Hi,

You can find the information for our winter series on our Facebook page HNMC 1/10th electric. The next winter series is on Sunday 7th Feb. From mid-April we will be beginning our summer series which will run every Tuesday. The popular buggys at the moment are the Schumacher KF and K2, Yokomo YZ-2, PR Racing buggies which have just been released and the new Losi 2wd.

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