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Entries are invited for the 18 August Round 8 of the annual Club Championship. We welcome the MS UK Championship for Bambino Racing on the weekend, and offer open practice for Comer Bambino on Friday and Saturday 16 & 17 August. We also invite Junior and Senior ROK on Friday 16 August, but not Saturday, and sorry no Mini ROK. We invite MiniMax, Junior Max and Senior Max any time over Friday, Saturday and to race on Sunday.
Please also note that we are offering an extra practice day on Saturday 16th November, at which we shall offer licence training for Comer Bambino, ready for 2020
And thanks to our weather forecasters see below for the forecasts. Photographer at the SuperPrix will be Stu Stretton who along with his associate Josh East is now appointed offiical Shenington photographers.
Entry list here: https://skrc.alphatiming.co.uk/register/msa/entrylist
ENTRIES REMEMBER THE NEW REGULATIONS FOR CADET TYRES, CLUB MEMBERS CAN BARCODE IN 2 SETS TO USE THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, AFTER JANUARY NO NEW TYRES ALLOWED FOR GUESTS
PLEASE NOTE THE 2019 RACE AND PRACTICE DATES ARE ON THE CALENDAR PAGE AND THE APPROVED 2019 REGULATIONS ON THE REGULATIONS PAGE
Please note we shall be using bar code readers for logging in the tyres at the meeting so please bring your race tyres to scrutineering building during Sunday morning scrutineering to be logged in. it is not longer necessary to put down your tyre barcode numbers on the scrutineering card. Note that in 2019 Cadets that are members of the club will only be permitted to have two sets of slicks for the year, otherwise they will not be able to score points in the championship. They can introduce any tyres from the second set at any time in the year but only one set may be used at any one meeting and only one set from August for new members. Guests will be 'invisible' in the points so if the best club member is e.g. fourth, he or she will get points as for a win. Guests in Cadet will have to use pre-used slicks, no new tyres allowed except for the January meeting when everyone will be on new tyres and possibly the SuperPrix. A maximum tread depth will be set for this. We expect these decisions will drastically reduce costs for parents and guardians. It will no longer be necessary to put bar code numbers on the scrutineering card but if you do not get your tyres scanned before racing you will be liable for a non-compliance.
For links to the video for the July and August meetings please visit the appropriate results pages on this website
Results during the meeting can be found here: https://results.alphatiming.co.uk/skrc/
Live timing during the meeting can be found here: http://live.alphatiming.co.uk/skrc