Motto
Why not? It’s everyone’s series. Make racing fun.

Track Owners
Each new Raceway must pay a $100 Sanctioning Fee to My Series by December 31, 2013 to be considered for a 2014 Race.

Greg Walker, The Race Place, Holly Hill, FL – (386) 295-1371
Bill Pinch, The Raceway.biz, Melbourne, FL – (321) 639-4692
Johnny Banks, Slot Car Raceway & Hobbies, Jacksonville, FL – (904) 527-3504
Marcus Ramos, P1 Slot Car Raceway, Winter Garden, FL – (407) 719-7885

Competition Committee
Danny Zona, The Race Place, Holly Hill, FL
Dennis Demole, The Raceway.biz, Melbourne, FL
Buddy Houser, Slot Car Raceway & Hobbies, Jacksonville,FL
TBD, P1 Slot Car Raceway, Winter Garden, FL

Series Officials
Race Director – Bill Pinch, The Raceway.biz
Tech Director – Jeff Cox
Series Treasurer – Greg Walker, The Race Place
Series Administrator – Rollin Isbell – (904) 465-2556

2014 Schedule
January 11th – The Raceway.biz – Melbourne, FL
February 8th – Slot Car Raceway & Hobbies – Jacksonville, FL
March 8th – The Race Place – Holly Hill, FL
April 12th – P1 Slot Car Raceway – Winter Garden, FL
May 3rd – The Race Place, Holly Hill, FL
June 14th – Slot Car Raceway & Hobbies, Jacksonville, FL
July 12th – The Raceway.biz – Melbourne, FL
August 9th – P1 Slot Car Raceway – Winter Garden, FL
September 13th – Florida Challenge Enduro #8 – P1 Slot Car Raceway – Winter Garden
October 11th – Florida Challenge Enduro #9 – The Raceway.biz – Melbourne, FL
November 8th – Florida Challenge Enduro #10 – The Race Place – Holly Hill, FL
December 6th – Florida Challenge Enduro #11 – SCR&H – Jacksonville, FL

Future races will be at the tracks that send the most entries to the first scheduled races. In the event of a tie the first tie-breaker is the number of total entries they have contributed through the first scheduled races, the second tire-breaker is the total number of entries at the race they hosted, the third tie-breaker is the number of years the track has participated in the Series. If still tied, the non-affected track owners will vote.

Race Day
Approximate Schedule. Always check with the host Raceway to see how the schedule is progressing.
8:00am – 8:30am – Raceway on for Practice for all classes
8:30am – 8:45am – Novice Practice and Tech
8:45am – 9:30am – Novice Race
9:45am – 10:00am – Class 1 Practice and Tech
10:00am – 11:30am – Class 1 Race
11:30am – 11:45am – Class 2 Practice and Tech
11:45am – 1:15pm – Class 2 Race
1:15pm – 1:30pm – Class 3 Practice and Tech
1:30pm – 3:00pm – Class 3 Race
3:00pm – 3:15pm – Dash Plaque Presentations and Payouts

Series Guidelines – 2014 
Each Track Owner that is participating in the series has a voice in creating the Rules and Procedures for My Series. The Track Owners recognize that input from the racers through the Competition Committee is crucial for the long-term success of My Series. If you have a suggestion, please tell your Track Owner and Competition Committee representative.
Race Format and Home Raceway
A racer’s Home Raceway is the one that the racer lists at the first race they attend. In the event that a raceway closes, the racer will be allowed to select a new raceway at their first race after the closing. Raceways that are both sold and move to a new location will be considered a new raceway for future schedules.
All decisions and rulings of the tech director will be final.
There will never be more than 12 racers in any qualifying race. If there are 12 or fewer racers there will be no qualifying and a sit out format will be used as a single Main. If there are 13 or more racers, multiple Mains will be used.

How the mains are set is still being finalized.

Race format will be 2 minutes on, 2 minutes off for all Mains.

Entry Fees & Payout
The entry fee for each race is $10. The entry fee is split as follows: $4 goes to the host raceway, $4 goes toward the prize payout for that class, and $2 goes to My Series to cover administrative costs, plaques, web site, etc..

Each entry will receive Track Bucks or Merchandise via a “blind draw” based upon the number of entries in your Main

Points
1st Place -  16 points 9th Place -   8 points
2nd Place -  15 points 10th Place -  7 points
3rd Place -  14 points 11th Place -  6 points
4th Place -  13 points 12th Place -  5 points
5th Place -  12 points 13th Place -  4 points
6th Place -  11 points 14th Place -  3 points
7th Place -  10 points 15th Place -  2 points
8th Place -   9 points 16th Place -  1 point

All racers’ who enter a race will be awarded five (5) participation points. 

The total of all races will be tallied at the end of the racing season. A racer may drop one race. A disqualification (DQ) receives zero points and cannot be dropped.

If there is a tie, the following will determine the winner.
1) Most races attended
2) Most 1st Place finishes.
3) Most top 3 finishes.
4) Finish in the final race.

General Guidelines
All parts must be a stock item with Crawley, ERI or Eagle Distributing and be readily available from the manufacturers throughout the year.  Parts from other sources are not legal unless carried regularly by Crawley, ERI or Eagle. Parts made especially for one racer or a group of racers that are not available to the general population of racers are not legal.
Drivers are responsible for keeping their cars legal at all stages of a race.
No ball bearings are allowed except where specifically mentioned in 4” NASCAR, GTP and Group 12.
No hollow axles.
No modifications may be made to any manufactured part except where specified in the individual class specifications.
Cars must use a single guide flag.
The overall width of the car must not exceed 3.25”.
All cars must have a minimum track clearance of .0625” under the rear of the chassis and gear at the beginning of the race.
At The Race Place in Holly Hill, all cars also must also have a minimum track clearance of .050” at the front of the chassis with flat braid on the tech block.
No tire changes are permitted during the race. If a wheel is damaged in a racing accident beyond repair, the car must be re-teched after a tire change.
Rear motor mount on the stamped steel chassis may be modified to allow for proper motor mounting and gear clearance but a portion of the mount must be retained.
Pin tubes may be added to the chassis to facilitate body mounting.
Front wheels must be those made specifically for scale racing. No wing car stamped tire thingies allowed with the exception of Group F and Group 12 classes. Front tires must have a metal or molded plastic hub and a rubber tire. Minimum .500 diameter
All classes with enclosed cockpits are required to have a three-color 3-D interior.
All classes with open cockpits must have a three-color 3-D driver figure.
All classes windshield must be clear and of original body
All classes wheel wells must be transparent as viewed from either side of the car.
All bodies must be opaque when viewed from above on the tech block.
All bodies must display Three (3) race numbers of appropriate size and location for their class. No drawn-on or Sharpie® numbers are allowed.

Novice JK GT1/LMP
Open to new racers only. Must be four (4) or more entries to have a race.

Motor
JK Hawk 7 – Must not have been opened or tampered with in any way.

Chassis
Must use Cheetah 21 stock ready-to-run chassis
No interchanging of pans and/or center sections.

Axle & Gears
Must use a solid front axle. No stubbies.
Must use either a 1/8” or 3/32” diameter solid rear axle.
Must use the stock gear ratio – - either 48-pitch or 64-pitch gears – - that came on the ready-to-run car.

Tires
Must use JK plastic-hub rear tires.
Must use JK front tires that came on the ready-to-run car.

Body
Must use one of the following JK GT1/LMP bodies. B (.010) version.
Ascari (#7200), Audi R8C (#7182), LMP Lola (#7214), LMP Mazda Dyson (#7215), Mercedes CLR (#7183), or Porsche GT 1 – #7178
Minimum of 1/16” front bumper and 1/4” of material across the entire rear of the car.

Interior
Must use an appropriately painted 3D molded plastic interior in closed cockpit cars
Must have an appropriately painted 3D driver in open cockpit cars

4” NASCAR
Motor
TSR Falcon 7, JK Hawk Retro, Trinity Evil 9 or FLA16D – Legal setups and hardware are Asian versions of Pro Slot or Parma.
No motor changes during the race.
Armature (Pro Slot) must have the Tag specified by the Series (FLA16D).
No exchanging of hardware between manufacturers.
No modifications allowed except:
May change endbell or can screws.
May true commutator.
May zap magnets and glue magnets in place.
May change motor brushes.
May change springs.
May use a can bearing.

Chassis
Must use a stamped steel chassis. (May use aluminum pans.)
Must use a solid front axle. No stubbies.

Tires
Must use black rear tires.
No “Speed” rubber. No Kelly Bulldogs.

Axle & Gears
Must use either a 1/8” or 3/32” diameter solid rear axle and use either 48-pitch or 64-pitch gears.

Body
JK COT (#70528), Toyota (#70525), Kelly Daytona (#1721AL), Parma Dodge Intrepid (#1046), Ford Taurus (#1084) or Outisight Charger (#230) .007 or .010 versions. Minimum 1/8” front and rear bumpers required.

Interior
Must use an appropriately painted 3D molded plastic interior.

4.5” FCR Dirt Late Model (DLM)
Motor
Parma Sealed Super 16D (#502) only.
Must not have been opened or tampered with in any way.
This includes, but is not limited to, crushing, grinding, and removal of any material.
The endbell, brush hoods, and spring cups cannot be altered in any way; they must remain stock.
No shunt wires.
Must remain in stock location
No modifications allowed except:
May zap magnets and glue magnets in place.
May change motor brushes.
May change springs.
May solder or glue can bushing in place.

Chassis
Must Parma 4.5” FCR (#578) chassis only.
Chassis may be reinforced. No other modifications.
Parma #626 or #628 oilites only. No modifications.
Front and rear oilites may be soldered, glued, or epoxied in place.
Chassis oilite openings may be slightly enlarged to allow for legal ride height.
Motor may be soldered in.
Motor must be in stock placement.
Front of chassis must have .032 inch clearance, measured where the chassis widens behind the front axle.
Measurement will be made with all four tires touching the tech block.
Any guide flag, clips, lead wire, and braid may be used.

Tires
Must use black rubber tires. No “Speed” rubber. No Kelly Bulldogs.
Fronts: Minimum .810” diameter x .400” wide (contact patch must be at least .375”)
May rotate independently but front axle must be one piece
Rears: Minimum .840” diameter x .810” wide.
Hubs must be solid – not drilled or waffled

Axle & Gears
Must use a 1/8” diameter solid front and rear axle.
No hollow axles.
Tires and axles are to remain centered on the chassis and may only extend beyond the line of the chassis by 1/8 inch maximum with the axle fully extended.
Front axle may be soldered to the bushings.
Must use Parma 48-pitch Crown gear.
Any 48-pitch pinion may be used.

Body
Parma #1000-B or #1017-B only (.010 inch thickness)
1/4” Front bumper
1-3/4” Maximum rear spoiler height.
The rear of the body may be opened, but a 1/4 inch border at the rear of the body must be maintained, starting no higher than .625 inch above the tech block.
The rear fenders and openings must be .625 inch or lower, measured from the tech block.
No added spoilers or side dams.
Must be fully painted and opaque. Windows must be clear.

Interior
Must use an appropriately painted 3D molded plastic interior.

JK LMP
Motor
JK Hawk 7 or Hawk Retro – Must not have been opened or tampered with in any way.

JK Hawk 6 – Legal motor setup is the JK Hawk 6 from #30306 only
Replacement Armature – JK Hawk 6 (#303062) only. No wrapped commutators
No modifications allowed except:
May change endbell or can screws
May true commutator
May zap magnets and glue magnets in place
May change motor brushes and springs

Chassis
Must use one of the following JK stamped steel chassis:
Cheetah 7 (.030 version), Cheetah 11 (.025 or .030 version), Cheetah 21, Cheetah X24, or Cheetah X25
May use aluminum pans.
May interchange pans and center sections.

Axles & Gears
Must use a solid front axle. No stubbies.
Must use either a 1/8” or 3/32” diameter solid rear axle.
Must use either 48-pitch or 64-pitch gears.

Tires
Must use JK plastic-hub rear tires.

Body
Must use one of the following JK LMP bodies. A (.007) or B (.010) version.
Ascari (#7200), Audi R8C (#7182), LMP Lola (#7214), LMP Mazda Dyson (#7215), Mercedes CLR (#7183), or Porsche GT 1 – #7178
Minimum of 1/16” front bumper and 1/4” of material across the entire rear of the car.

Interior
Must use an appropriately painted 3D molded plastic interior in closed cockpit cars
Must have an appropriately painted 3D driver in open cockpit cars

GTP
Motor
TSR Falcon 7, JK Hawk Retro, FLA16D, JK Hawk 6 with Pro Slot Big Dog armature, Sealed Super 16D or Super 16D.
No exchanging of parts between manufacturers
Motors must conform to the following specifications:
TSR Falcon 7 & JK Hawk Retro – Must not have been opened or tampered with in any way.

Hawk 6 – Legal motor setup is the JK Hawk 6 from #30306 only
Replacement Armatures – Pro Slot 4010 (Big Dog, 55t x 30g at 25 deg)
No modifications allowed except:
May change endbell or can screws
May true commutator
May zap magnets and glue magnets in place
May change motor brushes and springs
May use a can bearing

Sealed Super 16D – Legal motors are Asian versions of Pro Slot or Parma. Must have a factory seal intact that has never been removed.
No modifications allowed except:
May change brushes and springs
May zap magnets.
May adjust endplay and solder can bearing.
Must use stock timing specified by the manufacturer.

Super 16D – Legal motors, setups and hardware are Asian versions of Pro Slot or Parma.
Replacement Armatures – FLA16D, Pro Slot 700 or Pro Slot700-BD
No modifications allowed except:
May change endbell or can screws
May true commutator
May zap magnets and glue magnets in place
May change motor brushes and springs
May use a can bearing

Chassis
Must use a stamped steel chassis. (May use aluminum pans.)
Must use a solid front axle. No stubbies.
Must use either a 1/8” or 3/32” diameter solid rear axle.
Must use either 48-pitch or 64-pitch gears.

Tires
Must use black rear tires.
No “Speed” rubber. No Kelly Bulldogs.

Body
All Parma, JK and Kelly bodies are legal
Outisight: Bentlee, Mercedes and Caddy

Interior
Interior may be molded plastic, Mylar, or paper.

Group F
Motor
TSR Falcon 7, JK Hawk Retro, Hawk 7 (Must not have been opened or tampered with in any way) or Hawk 6

Hawk 6 – Legal motor is the JK Hawk 6 (#30306) only
Replacement Armatures – JK Hawk 6 (#303062) only. No wrapped commutators
No modifications allowed except:
May change endbell or can screws
May true commutator
May zap magnets and glue magnets in place
May change motor brushes and springs

Chassis
Any wing car chassis
Must have .062 clearance under the entire chassis
No modifications other than self-stick lead placed on top of the chassis to bring car to minimum weightMust use a 3/32” solid Rear axle in 3/16″ X 3/32″ oilite bushings
Must use 64-pitch gears

Tires
Must use black rear tires.
No “Speed” rubber. No Kelly Bulldogs.
Rear tires must be a minimum of .750 diameter

Body
Any commercially available wing-type bodies

Air Control
No part may exceed 2.5” in height as measured from the tech block surface. Air control devices cannot be opaque
Side dams may be a minimum of 2.5 inches high at the rear wheel centerline and continue to taper making them a maximum of 2 inches high at the point 3.75 inches forward of rear centerline. The same taper may continue ahead of front wheels
Must have front edges taped and outside corners rounded in a manner suitable to avoid injury to race participants and spectators.
May affix any decals or markings on any air control surface but cannot be opaque
The diaplane maximum length is .500 inches. Corners must be rounded.
Rear spoiler cannot be opaque, although suitable decals may be affixed.

Interior
May use molded plastic, paper or stick-on interior

Weight
Complete car must weigh a minimum of 63 grams.

Group 12
Motor
Balanced 12 or below motors only. Must be commercially available and meet all USRA manufacturing specifications.
No modifications allowed except for the following:
Can and endbell must be mass produced.
May use ball bearings
May add or change end bell or can screws.
Cannot add endbell heat sinks
May use any (3) coil springs
May change motor brushes
May have shunt wires
Armatures must retain original tag
Armature minimum diameter is .513″
Armature maximum diameter is .518″
Armature minimum length .350″
May dye armature
May re-true commutator
Magnet dimensions must fall into the following:
.500″ in length
.150″ in width
.550″ in height
+ or – 10 %
Must use one piece ceramic magnets may not contain “rare earth materials.”
No quad magnets allowed
May re-zap magnets
May super glue magnets in place and/or epoxy
May hone magnets

Chassis
Box 12 must use any USRA approved Box Stock chassis
May use 64 or 72 pitch gears.
May use Ball Bearings
Must maintain .062 clearance under entire car

Body
Any commercially available wing-type bodies

Tires
Minimum diameter .750
No “Speed” rubber. No Kelly Bulldogs

Air Control
No part may exceed 2.5” in height as measured from the tech block surface. Air control devices cannot be opaque
Side dams may be a minimum of 2.5 inches high at the rear wheel centerline and continue to taper making them a maximum of 2 inches high at the point 3.75 inches forward of rear centerline. The same taper may continue ahead of front wheels
Must have front edges taped and outside corners rounded in a manner suitable to avoid injury to race participants and spectators.
May affix any decals or markings on any air control surface but cannot be opaque
The diaplane maximum length is .500 inches. Corners must be rounded.
Rear spoiler cannot be opaque, although suitable decals may be affixed.

Interior
May use molded plastic, paper or stick-on interior

Weight
Complete car must weigh a minimum of 72 grams.