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 Post subject: 6th Annual Midwest Outlaw R/C Winternationals
PostPosted: Mon Feb 03, 2014 1:21 pm 
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We are pleased to announce the 6th Annual Midwest Outlaw R/C Winternationals here at Tea's Hobby Shop and R/C Raceway Park aka "The Rock".

1177 Chester Ave Se
Rochester, MN 55904
507-289-7733 or 800-503-8327
website:www.teashobbyshop.com

We are located on the east side Rochester, MN on Hwy 14 that runs between Rochester, MN and Winona, MN. Interstate 90 is only a short distance from our location, Interstate 35 is 45 miles west. Aprox. drive times from Chicago, IL 6 hours, Des Moines, IA 3 hours, Omaha NE 5 hours, Kansas City, MO 5.5 hours, Kalamazoo, MI 9-10 hours, Harrisburg, PA 18 hours, St.Paul, MN 1 hour, Indianapolis, IN 9 hours
Rochester also has an International Airport for those that may need to fly.

When: Friday March 28th – 30th

Classes being ran: Super Stock (rubber tire class) Sportsman EDM, Sportsman Late Model, Sportsman Sprint, 13.5 Late Model, 13.5 Sprint, Mod EDM, DODC Mod Sprint and Outlaw Sprint. Please check out our House and Class rules page at http://www.teashobbyshop.com for complete listing of specific class rules.

All classes except Outlaw Sprint follow the ROAR non-timing ESC list. All 17.5 and 13.5 motors also must be listed on the ROAR approved list as of Nov 1st 2013. Yes we will be allowing the D3.5 motors in both 17.5 and 13.5 classes.

To make a class we must have at least 10 entry's in that class. If we don't not have 10 preregistered by March 15th,we will not have dash plaques or A main trophy.

Food: No outside food or beverage is allowed. We have a professional catering service that sets up and provides some of the best track food and services at very reasonable prices. Soda's, energy drinks, water and coffee are also available.

Parking: We have plenty of parking and also have room for trailers. Please contact me if you plan on bringing a trailer before March 15th so we can set up arrangements in advance for those trailers.

Hotels:
Rochester has several hotels in the area. Here are a couple:
Econo Lodge (my favorite for the buck) 507-282-9905
Clarion Inn 507 288-1844
Super 8 Fairgrounds 507-288-8288
Quality Inn and Suites 507-282-8091


Bathrooms: Yep Men’s and Women’s

Entry Fees and Registration: First entry fee is $35.00, Second Entry $25.00, Third Entry or more $15.00. To guarantee a pit spot you must be one of the first 86 to register with a paid in full entry. You may cancel from the event with complete refund of entry fees up to Friday March 21st. After that there will be no refunds. This event will run regardless of weather conditions. Walk ins are welcome the first day of the race if we have pit space. If you cannot make the first day of the race you still must be signed in by Friday March 28th at 11am with paid entry fee. To register you must contact me by phone or in person at the shop. We will not be doing e-mail or pm registrations. Shop phone number is 507-289-7733 or 800-503-8327. Sign up opens on Feb 3rd at 12 noon.

Max Entry's: We really don't have a limit on the number of cars we can run. We do have a limit to how many pit stalls we have or will be able to come up with. We have at all times 86 2'x4' stalls with tops and power at each stall. Each person will be provided one pit stall regardless of how many cars that person is running. The first 86 singed up with paid entry fee will be guaranteed one pit stall. After that you will go on a waiting list for cancellations or as we make more temp pit stalls available.

Format: 3 qualifying rounds (4min), Dashes (2 min), Mains (lower mains 4 min, A main’s 4 min) with two bumping from each lower main.

There will be plaques for the Dash winners and plaques and trophies for the A-mains.

Weekend Agenda

Thursday March 27th: Hobby Shop and Track will open at 9am. Track will be open for practice and we will have beverage and some food this day, mainly pizzas. Track will close for maintenance at 6pm sharp.

Friday March 28th: Track opens 8am, open practice till 11am, 11am controlled practice (there will be a 4 min timer going and will break down the time in the running order of classes) 4pm drivers meeting followed by Round One of qualifying. We will resort for round two. Track will closed after round one for maintenance.

Saturday March 29th: Track opens 8 am, open practice till 9 am, 9am controlled practice (there will be a 4 min timer going and will break down the time in the running order of classes) 11am drivers meeting followed by Round Two of qualifying. There will be a short break after Second round while we resort the field and do any track maintenance we feel necessary. Hopefully we will start Round Three of qualifying by 3pm? After round Three we will run the dashes. Dashes will be for the qualifiers going directly to the A main in each class. All dashes will be run under "the lights" and will set starting positions for the A mains. Dash prizes will be awarded that night. Track will be closed after the dashes for track work.

Sunday March 30th: Track opens at 8am, open practice till 9am. 9am we will have the drivers meeting along with the concourse photo and line up. Track will be closed after the final race. Awards and pictures will follow.

*** In an effort to offer the best racing surface we can for the weekend we will be doing allot more track work this year. At the end of each night of racing the track will close at the times posted above. Track work will be done overnight so that each morning when we open the track is prepped and ready to race on. ***

Sponsored By:
Spektrum
Custom Works RC
BSR Racing
JRC Racing
Putnam/ RC Speedshop
Futaba
Team GFRP Hyperdrive
Fantom Racing
Left Hander RC
The Dude Designs
RC 4 Less
Murf Dogg

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 Post subject: Re: 6th Annual Midwest Outlaw R/C Winternationals
PostPosted: Wed Mar 12, 2014 10:19 am 
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how many entries do u have so far???

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