Dig out one of your Datsun Bluebirds and make it fly! Limited to Bluebird 510 sedan or wagon castings. These are great cars to modify so that is encouraged, but stock entries are allowed.
This is one of my favorite castings so I'm excited to see a group of them together flying down the track. The 510 casting was abundant on the pegs so I'm hoping you have one in your stash you can sacrifice for a build. Given the limitations, this should be some good, close racing. Good luck!
Rules & restrictions
- Must use Datsun Bluebird 510 sedan or wagon. No mix-n-match body/chassis.
- Modified and stock entries allowed
- 57g maximum weight
- 3.25in. long x 2in. tall x 1.25in. wide
- Limit 1 entry per household
- Retail axles and wheels only. FTE allowed.
- Dry lube only
Dates & deadlines
All entries must be received by the host before Friday, 12/6/2019. Racing is scheduled to start on Monday, 12/9/2019. Results will be posted on or after that date as is convenient for the host.
How to enter
Send your entries to:
Redline Derby Racing
c/o Brian Vaughn
PO Box 842
Grove City, OH 43123
Include $3.00 for return shipping if you want your entries back. Entries not getting returned will be given to the winner as part of the prize.
Please print and include a Race ID slip with your entry
TBD. Something fun.
Races will be run on the Redline Derby Speedway track.
Race format and scoring
This will be a single-elimination tournament. A car will move on in the bracket only when it wins two races in a row. Cars will alternate lanes between each race.
The car that wins the final race will be declared the winner. Race host has final decision in all races.
Bracket seeding will be random but will try to avoid having an entrant race themselves, especially in the first round.
Cars are given a grace of 1g over the stated weight limit to account for variance in scales.
If a car fails to meet any of the restrictions listed above, the car will not qualify for tournament prizes. Offending cars will still race. Prize will go to the runner-up in the case of penalty car winning.
Cars that fail to run or fit on the track, or that happen to break during racing, will forfeit their matches. Cars that arrive broken will attempt to be repaired before the tournament. Cars that break during the tournament will not be repaired or replaced.