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ssxRicho

SAU - Broadford Multiclub Supersprint & Come n Try

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L2S
 
So just checked belts (which I prob should ahve done first)
 
there 2 tags one says not valid after 2018, 2nd says build date of Feb 13
 
So am I good for this event? (obviously need to replace prior soon, but just working out bear min to get car back on track)
Yep all fine.

Correct L2S same for all track days

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  • On 1/30/2018 at 11:04 AM, emts said:

    L2S

     

    So just checked belts (which I prob should ahve done first)

     

    there 2 tags one says not valid after 2018, 2nd says build date of Feb 13

     

    So am I good for this event? (obviously need to replace prior soon, but just working out bear min to get car back on track)

    2018 + 5 years in your case. But this applies for state level events, club days allow a little more freedom as the minimum standard is lap belts.

    If they are in good condition, they will pass.

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    Just wondering if you need flaggies? I don't mind doing a stint but as it's been a while and be hoping to get some chin wag time as well. 

    Oh and not having a car, someone able to give me a lift from Northcote area :-)

    I was thinking of cycling up but I'd not be in time for flag duties. 

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    20 hours ago, billywhiz said:

    Just wondering if you need flaggies? I don't mind doing a stint but as it's been a while and be hoping to get some chin wag time as well. 

    Oh and not having a car, someone able to give me a lift from Northcote area :-)

    I was thinking of cycling up but I'd not be in time for flag duties. 

    I can but I will be going up early to setup / leave late after pack up.

    If no one else is going that way no problem!

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  • Entry listed updated.

    Only 8 positions remaining, tell your mates to sign up!

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    well had to happen at some stage...

    the resurrection of loudsx has started.

    it might still look rough, but the good bits hopefully make it though the weekend.

     

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    Some info from our scrutineer, please read.

     

    Good afternoon All Competitors & Come and Try Entrants. Your competition vehicles will be scrutinised by myself (Haider Butts) on the day of this event. I will like to take this opportunity to remind you of some recent updates in General Requirements for Cars and Drivers. In this post I will only mention the ones that affect competitors and vehicles at this event. I would highly recommend you to read this recent update in requirements in your own time:

    http://docs.cams.com.au/…/GQ00-Regulation%20Modifications-2…

    1. Display a blue triangle to indicate location of the battery even if it is in the standard location of that vehicle. An additional triangle to be added if the battery is located inside the cockpit on or adjacent to the battery.
    2. A visible towing point capable of accepting a 40mm cylindrical test object. 
    3. A fire extinguisher must display:
    a. Capacity
    b. Type of extinguishant
    c. Weight and volume of the extinguishant
    d. Date of manufacture of the extinguisher
    4. A fire extinguisher of minimum 900gms weight which meets AS1841 standard must be installed using a metal bracket within the reach of the driver fully harnessed. All drivers will be required to undergo this check at the time of scrutiny. 
    5. Fire extinguisher service tags are no longer accepted by themselves. A certificate of service is required on paper for each fire extinguisher installed in the vehicle.
    6. SABELT Harnesses, I will be using the following identification post from CAMS to pass or fail SABELT seat harnesses. Please take a moment to read this carefully and if affected replace your SABELT harnesses before this event. Failure to do so may result in failing scrutiny. 
https://www.cams.com.au/…/officials-newsletter-issue-4-scru…
    7. A harness tagged “FOR FHR (frontal head restraint) Use Only” shall be only permitted if the driver is using a FIA certified FHR Device. Failure to produce a FHR device will result in fail scrutiny.

    That all for now. If there are any other changes that apply to this meeting I will update this post. So watch this space.

    I will be attending the Victorian Scrutineers meeting on the 20th of February. If you wish me to raise any questions or seek clarifications on your behalf in this meeting, please message me directly on Facebook. I will have your answers posted by COB 21st of February.

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    On 14/02/2018 at 6:53 AM, ssxRicho said:

    Only 8 positions remaining, tell your mates to sign up!

    Nah that's plenty!

     

    16 hours ago, Tony Olsson said:

    Some info from our scrutineer, please read.

    5. Fire extinguisher service tags are no longer accepted by themselves. A certificate of service is required on paper for each fire extinguisher installed in the vehicle.

    Tags usually end up in the bin with the box and bracket when replacing an extinguisher. Where is this certificate coming from?

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  • 4 hours ago, miniwog said:

    Nah that's plenty!

     

    Tags usually end up in the bin with the box and bracket when replacing an extinguisher. Where is this certificate coming from?

    This relates to re-servicing of the unit.

    If the date stamped on the unit is within 3 years, you are fine.

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