Have you registered for the 2004 HPI Challenge UK Finals?

Thu, 12th August 2004

We are trying to make sure that all interested racers have registered for this year's HPI Challenge UK Finals! Entries should have already been sent to the Tibshelf Model Car Racing Club. If you have not sent in your entry, do so immediately! Click here for the entry form. Click here for the HPI Challenge UK Series rules. Remember that you MUST race in the UK Finals if you plan to compete for the top prizes for the HPI Challenge series and be eligible for the paid trip to the World Finals at Halifax! See the Tibshelf Model Car Racing Club website at www.tibbymcrc.com for contact details and directions! ON-SITE CAMPING RULES Please note that Tibshelf has specific rules for all model car racers at their track. These rules are non-negotiable and apply to everyone!

  • No dogs, period.
  • The Public Address system will not be turned on before 10 AM
  • The track will close at 7 PM
  • Overnight camping is only available on the Friday night and the Saturday night (because this is a 2-day race event) - camping is £5 per night, per tent
  • NO use of ANY RC vehicle outside the track area or sports ground
  • No mini-moto bikes on the track or surrounding area
  • No engine revving prior to racing on any tarmac part of the circuit or pit lane
If you are asked to leave by club personnel for disobeying these rules, we will not be able to intervene. These are the club rules! GENERAL BEHAVIOUR
  • Due to close proximity of local housing, we have agreed to enforce the following rules for on-site camping and parental supervision of minors. Be advised that some of these rules are already part of the HPI Challenge Information Pack!
  • We must ask for a general “quieting down time” between 10pm and 8am, with all campers taking particular care to be considerate of their fellow racers and campers.
  • Generators WILL be turned off at 11pm.
  • Parents are advised that they are responsible for their children, may be liable for damages caused, and in extreme circumstances will be asked to leave the site immediately.
  • Activities such as fireworks, loud music, loud parties, revving car engines, general pranks, causing damages to the track or any property, etc., when people are trying to rest are not appreciated and will impact the club, racers, and HPI Racing. These situations may result with immediate exclusion from the HPI Challenge Series/Finals!
For those interested in attending the 2004 HPI Challenge World Finals, click here for details and information pack (including complete rules).

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