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Last sunday we all made the trip to The Hague for round 4 of the D1:10 series. Due to the weather not being pleasant at all we moved to an old familiar venue, Vd. Ende Karting at Poeldijk. In 2008 RCDrift Events used to have an indoor RC track there and coïncidentally the same spot was still empty and ready for us to use. After building a make-shift track we got cracking.
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With only 11 days away from the next D1:10 round I realised I didn’t do a post about round 3. Well, here it is but its a short one.
On sunday May 29th the second round of the D1:10 2011 series took place at HFCC circuit at The Hague. The day started off early and like always with less sleep then needed but what we didn’t know then is that it would turn out to be the most succesfull day for TWS ever. The team was out in full force again with all 5 members competing and scoring very well.
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Like the rest of my teammates I also bought me a recycle project last year. Up untill last december I didn’t have a clue what to do with it.
As a member of a young group I personally need more time to cope with the rest of the fellows….. So here I am, posting my pics at last…
This is from where I started:
Basic twotone paintjob
I’m very satisfied with the result. Still got three bodies left to go 😛 So there will be more in the future
My Silvia s15 took a good beating @ the rosmalen Demo. So with the next demo coming up on the 21th of march I had to repair some bodywork.
I also hated the way the body sat on the chassis. Especially when a lot of people take a lot of film and photo’s it really irritates me that I couldn’t pay more attention to it.
But the problem seemed to be very easy. I had to ream the holes a little bit more so there was no tension in the body anymore. It sits just fine now.
Also the front was a big mess. Couldn’t find another way to repair the bumper, so I’ve cutted out the middle of it. So the intercooler has more fresh and cool air to breathe:)
Also I had to repair a lot of cracks in the rear end of the s15 since i’ve kissed a lot of curbs with it’s fat ass :P. I wanted to give the body that extra drifter style look, so I’ve drilled a couple of holes around the teared up parts and sowed them back together. Pretty realistic don’t you think??
Here are some pics of the work done today.
Next up events:
Emac competition day with drift demo
Next up work:
Finishing the Toyota Supra
The first layout (last hour they changed it).
Tizer = Blue S15
Reinier and Tizer
Moar pics here: