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Old 17-01-2012, 01:49 PM   #1
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F3

Anyone want to ski f3 main race this year??? Let me know.
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Old 20-01-2012, 06:27 PM   #2
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Anyone want to ski f3 main race this year??? Let me know.
You might be better putting a post on Facebook mate
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Old 21-01-2012, 10:46 AM   #3
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Is this still correct??

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Rules for F1, F2, F3

SPECIFICATIONS FOR FORMULA 3 BOATS

The Formula 3 boats, must comply with all the specifications as per RULE 5, from point 5.01 to 5.33, as shown at the EAME and World Racing Rules Book, with the Following modifications:

1. Minimum Length of the hull 18ft or 5.48 metres. ( Amendment rule 5.01)

2. Only for outboards

3. Sittings Pilot and Co-pilot Side by Side. Co-pilot seat able to be positioned aft or backwards.

4. Standard Recreational outboard engines of 2 stroke, direct injection, or
4 stroke. Not racing or high performance.

5. Maximum power of 150 HP / 111,85 Kw, measured at the propeller shaft as per
ICOMIA specifications. (Amendment 5.02)

6. Standard Manufacturer’s Exhaust, under water level

7. Only allowed to change the propeller pitch

8. Steering. Dual Cable or reliable Hydraulic Steering System

9. Ballast tank allowed

10. Bracket, if fitted, adjustable only by hand, not during navigation

11. Boat construction: Normal materials like on the recreational boats. Not permited
other materials used for racing like carbon fiver, etc.

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Old 21-01-2012, 11:14 AM   #4
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Yes, but not allowed to use a 150 promax, with 15" mid an sporty box, tried that one a few years ago.
An to race in euros you really need a green engine, so your either left with ho or opti
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Old 23-01-2012, 02:41 AM   #5
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Fcuk your life up book

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You might be better putting a post on Facebook mate
face book? Don't do Fcukbook. #cantbetrusted
I didn't know the rule about the NOT be allowed to use Kevlar. Surely most of the newer f3 must have been made with it ???
Think I've got someone for f3 now cheers. Of course don't ask who because it's obviously top secret.....
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Old 23-01-2012, 08:46 AM   #6
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Didn't know your boat was made using Kevlar
PROTEST!!
Only joking, look forward too it, with yours, and dan, F3 could be a bigger class this year
You skiing vets then or is that top secret too
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Old 23-01-2012, 11:35 AM   #7
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Protest???

I must of missed the bit were I said it was......
Not sure wat I'm gunna do this year just want to concentrate on Reece really. I might ski the odd one er two but nothing serious. Gunna do a bit of driving and enjoy the being Abel to walk on a Monday mornings.
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Old 23-01-2012, 12:19 PM   #8
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Well I thought at Weston regional you said you would probobly do vets next year, hence I thought that was why you had your eye on an F2 rig
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face book? Don't do Fcukbook. #cantbetrusted
I didn't know the rule about the NOT be allowed to use Kevlar. Surely most of the newer f3 must have been made with it ???
Think I've got someone for f3 now cheers. Of course don't ask who because it's obviously top secret.....
F3 2011 Rule below

4.05/29: Formula 3 Rules:
(a) Minimum Length of the hull 18ft or 5.48 metres.
(b) This class is for Single outboards only.
(c) Seating Pilot and Observer side-by-side. Backward facing Observer seat can be positioned aft of drivers seat.
(d) Standard Recreational outboard engines of 2 stroke, direct injection, or 4 stroke. Not racing or high performance. (See chart in this bulletin)
(e) Maximum power of 150 HP / 111,85 Kw +/- 5%, measured at the propeller shaft as per ICOMIA specifications.
(f) Standard Manufacturer’s Exhaust, under water level
(g) Only allowed to change the propeller pitch
(h) Steering. Dual Cable or reliable Hydraulic Steering System
(i) Ballast tank allowed
(j) Bracket, if fitted, adjustable only by hand, not during navigation
(k) Boat construction: Normal materials like on the recreational boats. Not permitted other materials used for racing like carbon fibre, etc.
(l) All engines must have operational forward, neutral and reverse gears.
Older engines which produce 150hp maximum horsepower are still allowed to race.
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