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  1. Pour la météo ==> http://www.meteo.be/meteo/view/fr/211797-Belgique+Europe+Monde.html
  2. "Grand Prix Kampenhout 1 - 2 - 3 July 2011 Race duration is 5 minutes. As always every driver will race 4 qualifying rounds and 3 finals; be ready in time for racing, technical inspection and marshalling. This is the routine: pick up your handout transponder (if you need one) during the previous run (pass behind the rostrum!). Wait for the “race over” call of the previous heat, then first all the drivers come down the stairs before drivers of the following heat go up. After your heat do not forget to shut off your transmitter and bring it to technical inspection together with your car and the handout transponder, then proceed directly to your marshalling position. Marshals stay on their position until the replacement arrives! After marshalling you can collect car + transmitter. About racing: - round by round, two best results to count - starting order first round by lottery, then according to results of previous round - in the first round you can do two laps as warm up to check your transponder by driving over the loop - the straight is a go slow area during warm up lap and after “race over” call - starting grid for all finals chosen by pole sitter A final Marshals have to wear the fluo vests and solid footwear. Don’t drive in the opposite direction. No drivers or mechanics on track before the race over call. If your car breaks down during a heat, stay on the rostrum until “race over”, bring your car, transmitter and transponder to technical inspection and go to your marshalling position before repairing your car. About penalties: Warning or stop and go 5 seconds in pits at the end of the straight. Failing to marshal = loss of best result of the day. Practical information: Car numbers are to be collected at timekeeping. Number stickers: one left, one right, one flat on the front windscreen. Crystal check: first one on little name card is to be used. Marshalling order on timetable. Registration on Friday: between 14 and 16 h, for checking the crystal to use and double-checking the number of your personal transponder. Camping is allowed from Wednesday evening on and costs 3 euro per person. There is a “real” camping nearby: camping Veronique, http://www.kampeerverblijfparkveronique.be/index.html As always free GP t-shirt for all drivers. Free practice on Friday, maximum 12 drivers on rostrum. Parking and pitting: The parking area near the track will be used as pits, so park your car further down in the park to the right side of the outer road. Do remember to keep this outer road free for safety regulations. Do not park your car in the playground/kitchen area, visitors preferably park outside the premises. On Saturday afternoon the entry/exit of the Park will be blocked due to ongoing activities (bicycle race at 15 h). Have fun en speciaal voor onze buggymannen: smijt u d’ertussen!"
  3. "GRAND PRIX KAMPENHOUT 1- 2- 3 JULY 2011 Hello GP drivers, You can find all general info about our track, tire choice, batteries, hotel and camping, driving directions etc. on our website: www.mbv.be under the section Grand Prix. Generally the race will be run according Efra rules. Minimum weight: 1474 g for 2wd, 1588 g for 4wd. Lipo: all hard cased 2S lipos (7,4 V) are allowed. Use and charge them according to the manufacturer's instructions. Maximum voltage setting on charger: 8,40 V or 2S. No cut and shut tires. Friday: free practice Saturday: 8 heats 2wd Sunday: 7 heats 4wd Registration and camping badges on Friday afternoon between 14 and 16 pm, free GP t-shirt. You can contact us in advance for any changes in frequency or transponder number, or send these to us if you haven’t done that yet: heremanss@telenet.be 4 qualifying rounds and 3 finals for everyone race duration 5 minutes round by round qualifying, 2 best of 4 to count There is a fully equipped camping nearby (2 km): camping Veronique, tel: ++32 475 427 185 http://www.kampeerverblijfparkveronique.be/index.html mail : kampeerverblijfparkveronique@hotmail.com Camping in the park during the event is exceptionally allowed by the Council from Wednesday on and at own risk. The park is not a fitted camping, there are no showers. Camping badges cost 3 euros per person. You can bring a generator but switch it off after 23.15 h. Keep outer road free. Don't count on quiet evenings, especially on Saturday night there will be loud music in the big party tent. On site shop: MCM Racing. Contact them if you have any questions about what they’ll bring to the track. Parking and pitting: There are tents for pitting right next to the track. Some drivers prefer pitting in the camping area which is also very close to the track. We have about 50 tables and chairs available for the drivers who can’t bring their own. The parking area near the track will be used as pits, so park your car further down in the park to the right side of the outer road. Do remember to keep this outer road free for safety regulations. Do not park your car in the playground area, visitors preferably park outside the premises. Park festivities: Friday 21.00 h: Live show Will Tura Saturday 21.00: Summer Park Party Sunday 14.00: Park4kids The park restaurant will be open on Friday at 19.00 h, on Saturday at 17.00 h and on Sunday at 11.30 am: plenty of meals with steak, chicken or fish, snacks, fries, hamburgers, salads, ice cream, pancakes, the famous “brochettes”,… http://www.parkvanrelst.be/parkfeesten.htm Outside these hours there will be a small catering tent run by the club. Driving directions: On the N21 turn into the Hutstraat, at the end turn left and follow the brown Park van Relst sign. The track is behind the school buildings. Entrance gate into the park. Traffic trouble On Thursday afternoon expect busy traffic on the N21 and N26 due to the nearby Rock Werchter festival. Other traffic troubles around Brussels: http://www.viaductvilvoorde.be/en/?task=item&item_id=5&category_id=4 Traveaux sur le viaduc de Vilvorde/Bruxelles: http://www.viaductvilvoorde.be/fr/06-05-2011/item/importants-travaux-d-entretien-sur-le-viaduc-de-vilvorde Looking forward to welcoming you, drive safely, Willy & Liliane MBV Kampenhout www.mbv.be"
  4. Cool, l'année de ma naissance!!!
  5. 8.5 avec rapport 26/78 => nickel pour les pistes longues et accrocheuses. (Astro Turf par ex.) 9.5 avec rapport 28/78 => nickel pour les pistes courtes et glissantes. (terre par ex.) 7.5 avec rapport 24/78 => bien mais un peu trop sec, même pour les pistes Astro Turf. Et oui, c'est dans l'air du temps, on est au Down Sizing!!! Attention, ces données sont à comprendre avec l'utilisation d'accus LiPo à forte décharge. (type 35 ou 40c)
  6. Voici le mien : Première sortie ce jour à Kampenhout, 3 ans après ne plus avoir touché un Truck. Résultats : J'adore!!!!! Malgré une hauteur de caisse un peu trop importante (Ouais Seb, je sais!!!lol) elle est super neutre, très facilement récupérable quand l'arrière veut jouer les filles de l'air, motrice comme aucune autre surtout dans les courbes rapides, bref un vrai plaisir malgré qu"elle demande encore quelques réglages. Par contre, sur les sauts, il a tendance au piquage du nez!!!
  7. Avec le même problème que le X-6 première génération, un cascade trois pignon!!!
  8. Au début, elle tournais pas, j'ai travaillé l'arrière pour la rendre plus directive, mais elle devint quelque peu vicieuse. Je dois encore pas mal la travailler. Pour les réglages c'est trop tôt, je dis encore rien, j'attends sa deuxième sortie le 19. Pour ce qui est de Maison Alfort, j'y suis jamais allé, demande au français habitués de Kampenhout, ils pourront t'en dire plus.
  9. Un premier jet avant réglage!!! (merci Rudy)
  10. Voilà, première sortie effectuée, résultat : DE LA BALLE!!!!! Après avoir laissé tombé le 2wd depuis près d'un an car n'étant pas fan de la catégorie, le X6 Squared m'a reséduit!!! Ce fut une journée training à Kampenhout avec les pilotes-team X-Factory Stephan Mesker, Elvo Heremans ainsi que Seb Wartelle que je remercie encore pour leurs coups de pouce dans le dégrossissage des réglages. La voiture est beaucoup plus facile (à mon niveau tout de même) que le B4, plus stable (sauf en ligne droite), plus régulière et surtout c'est la reine du jump (c'est à cette discipline qu'elle se démarque le plus je trouve). Par contre, je dois encore travailler la direction; elle ne rentre pas assez bien à faible vitesse. Prochaine sortie de nouveau à Kampenhout ce 19 avril.
  11. Jantes recoupées aux stylet et aileron JConceps 7" sur support Losi XXX. Et oui, c'est le Big E qui m'a inspiré, mais j'ai fait mieux que lui!!!!!!!lol
  12. Merci pour le compliment. :cool: 130 grm de plombs.
  13. Merci Stef.
  14. Vl'à les pic's : Premier essai ce dimanche!!!
  15. Châssis prèt, les pic's vont suivre!!!!