EWS takes place on ETS-type carpet, with our unique wooden corner kerbs. There is lots of pitting space, but all drivers must bring their own table, chair and multi-plug.
==== Format ==== A five round championship, all one-day meetings. Qualifying format is the round-by-round points system. For each meeting, doors open at 7:30am, and racing finishes around 5:00pm.
==== Dates ==== - Round 1 - 21 October 2018 - Round 2 - 11 November 2018 - Round 3 - 13 January 2019 - Round 4 - 17 February 2019 - Round 5 - 10 March 2019
==== Rules ==== Any Touring Car bodyshell approved by the BRCA, or meeting the EFRA/IFMAR Global Body Spec. Max rear wing size 20x40x190mm. Wings must be made of lexan only and fixed directly to the body, no spacers etc. Our wing measuring tool must fit over the end plate and the wing up until the wing mounting pillars, after which point the wing cannot extend in height over the remainder of the distance. 5mm minimum ride height for all parts of chassis and bodyshell. 1320g minimum weight.
==== Control Tyre ==== Sweep Carpet – new “R3” EWS Spec (Part number EXP-28R3PGL) with EWS logo clearly visible printed on wheel.
Additive will be “open” to any approved odourless carpet-type additive. No home-made or mixtures are allowed. Tyre warmers of any type are not allowed.
Current Approved Additive (list can be added to during series): Sweep X2/X4 , MR33/ETS Indoor "No 1" (Black) / V4 (Green) , Volante Blue/Purple/Red , CS High Grip / Speed Grip Carpet , LRP/Nosram Carpet 2/3 , AME MBT Carpet , Hudy Carpet Gripper , SXT 3.0 , Trinity Sticky Fingers , Spider Grip Green/Blue , Zombie Gold/Silver , Contact Grip-R.
Tyres may be cleaned with these additives or regular brake cleaner only.
==== Classes ==== Modified Touring Any modified motor to BRCA/IFMAR rules.
Super Stock Touring 13.5 motors to BRCA list as of one week before the first event (i.e. motors added to the list throughout the season cannot be used). All competitors must use Blinky/Zero timing speed controllers as per either the BRCA or ROAR lists. EWS 13.5 MOTOR LIST HERE.
Within the Super Stock class there will be two additional sub-classes:
Sportsman - any driver who did not make a A, B or C Final in last years’ series, or is deemed to be of above this level by the EWS organisers.
Masters - any driver aged 40 years old or over as of the date of the first race of the season.
Amateur Stock 17.5 handout motor. All competitors must use Blinky/Zero timing speed controllers as per the BRCA or ROAR lists and a maximum gearing of 5.0 (May be adjusted during the season). This class is intended for genuine beginners or amateurs. Drivers with any form of sponsorship (including chassis, electronic or bodyshell manufacturers, distribution businesses and/or RC model/hobby shops) are not allowed to race in this class! No RC-branded clothing can be worn by drivers in this class ("club" or "event" shirts are OK). Any driver that the EWS team determine is not within the spirit of this class (based on results from EWS, BRCA, BTCC or other main winter series competitions) will be moved into the Super Stock class instead.
At the end of the season, any driver competing in all five rounds, including the season finale, can keep their motor.
==== Batteries ==== For all touring car classes competitors must use 7.4v or 7.6v (2 cell) commercially available (in the UK) hard cased LiPo batteries. Batteries must be charged to a maximum of 8.40v. Whilst connected to a charger/discharger batteries must be securely placed in a LiPo sack. Batteries must be charged or discharged using a LiPo charger on the LiPo settings, and must not be charged/discharged in excess of the manufactures guidelines, or 20A, whichever is lower. No heating or cooling of cells are allowed during charging or discharging.
==== Entry Procedure ==== Entries will be open from 20 August until 8pm (BST) 31 August. To make your entry please use the button at the top of the page or below. Entries are £16 per round, or £72 if the whole series is paid up front. Once entries are paid for, no refunds will be provided. Any driver entering and then not attending and failing to notify the organisers will be placed at the back of the reserve list for all further rounds.
Any entries made now will be added to the waiting list for the respective rounds, and the EWS Team will contact you as soon as you have a space available to race.