Free practice on Friday:
After your practice run, please stay at least 5 minutes on the track for marshaling your friends… and other competitors J.
Race duration is 5 minutes. Every driver will race 4 qualifying rounds and 3 finals.
– round by round, two best results to count
– starting order first round by lottery, then according to results of previous round
– in the first round you can do two laps as warm up to check your transponder by driving over the loop
– the straight is a go slow area during warm up lap and after “race over” call
– starting grid for all finals chosen by pole sitter A final
– tire treatment products are not allowed, according to Efra and FBA rules
– Control tyre for driven axles (except Truck class): Schumacher Mini Dart, all types all compounds.
– Additionally for the 4WD front wheels the Schumacher Wide Stagger Rib (all compounds) will be allowed.
– You will receive 2 sets of wheel stickers (= 4 stickers in 2wd and Truck, 8 stickers in 4wd) for use in dry
conditions, in the wet you can use Silver compound tyres without wheel stickers.
Line up beside the rostrum a few minutes before your heat (pass behind the rostrum!). Wait for the “race over” call of the previous heat. First all the drivers come down the stairs before drivers of the following heat go up.
During qualifying, let the faster drivers go by. No shouting on the rostrum (or elsewhere), be a gentleman at all times. Don’t drive in the opposite direction. Stopping at the end of your race/practice after the turn at the end of the straight.
No drivers or mechanics on track before the “race over” call.
If your car breaks down during a heat, stay on the rostrum until “race over”, bring your car and transmitter to technical inspection and go to your marshaling position before even thinking about repairing your car.
After your heat do not forget to shut off your transmitter and bring it to technical inspection together with your car. Proceed directly to your marshaling position.
Marshals stay on their position until the replacement arrives!
Marshals have to wear the fluo vests and solid footwear. Marshals are allowed to do a quick fix if needed (refit loose ball cup) whilst still keeping an eye on the other cars on the track.
After marshaling you can collect car + transmitter.
Lower finals may be run with 11 drivers to avoid an extra final with only a few drivers.
Important: make sure your transmitter is recognizably labeled to avoid mistakes when you pick up your transmitter after marshaling.
Warning or stop and go 5 seconds in pits at the end of the straight.
Failing to marshal = loss of best result of the day.
Car numbers are to be collected at timekeeping (near rostrum).
Number stickers: one flat on the front windscreen will do.
Parking and pitting:
Absolutely no race related parking near the playground/kitchen area.
Park your car further down in the park on both sides of the outer road. Do remember to keep this outer road free for safety regulations.
On Saturday and Sunday afternoon the entry/exit of the Park may be blocked until 18:00h due to ongoing activities.
Please keep the premises clean, bin bags are available at timekeeping and catering.
Enjoy your race!
Willy & Liliane
MBV Kampenhout vzw Leemputstraat 24 , 2812 Muizen ondernemingsnr 0721.962.882RPR Ondernemingsrechtbank Antwerpen afd.Mechelen
INTERNATIONAL RACE KAMPENHOUT 24/25/26 June 2022
Our 2022 International Race (a.k.a. Belgium GP) will be held on the last weekend of June, coinciding with the park festivities as usual. It will be on the Efra calendar as International Race. However the format will be the same as before and an Efra licence is not required.
It was brought to our attention that Efra rules demand that all participants are affiliated to one of Efra’s National Federations.Contact us if you have any questions regarding this requirement.
free practice on Friday
2wd on Saturday
4wd /Truck on Sunday, a Truck class (2WD Stadium Truck) will be added if there are enough candidates.
Control tyre for driven axles (except Truck class): Schumacher Mini Dart, all types all compounds.
Additionally for the 4WD front wheels the Schumacher Wide Stagger Rib (all compounds) will be allowed
Entries are open:
By sending your name and class(es) raced to email@example.com, you can apply for a place.
Everyone can apply, even without personal invitation.
You will receive a confirmation for the entry list, payment request will be sent early May.
Entry fees are still the same: 30 euros for 1 class and 50 euros for 2 or 3 classes.
The MBV track is situated in a public park behind school buildings.
Address: Park van Relst, Aarschotsebaan 128, 1910 Kampenhout (Relst).
The track has an astroturf surface.
The rostrum along the straight is more than 2 m high. Lap counting is installed underneath.
On the parking area right next to the track tents will be put up for pitting. Some drivers prefer pitting in the camping area which is also close to the track.
An average lap is between 26 and 29 seconds. Highest grip when the track has dried after it rained, slippery when wet. Prolonged dry weather results in slightly slower lap times.
Schumacher Mini Dart, all types, all compounds for the driven axles.
Maximum number of sets to be decided.
Tyres for the truck class: truck type/dimension tyres, free compound and brand
Cut and shut not allowed.
Recommended compound for dry weather: yellow .
Recommended compoundfor wet weather: silver.
LiPo: 7,4 Volt LiPo & 7.6 HV LiPo allowed, hard cased.
Use and charge according to manufacturer’s instructions. Liposack recommended for charging.
No motor limit, brushless (to EFRA specifications) allowed.
2wd 1474 g,
4wd 1588 g
Friday: registration and free practice,
Saturday: 9 heats 2wd maximum
Sunday: 7 heats 4wd maximum + 1 heat Truck
Timetable and briefing will be sent the week before the race.
4 qualifying rounds and 3 finals for everyone
race duration 5 minutes
round by round qualifying, 2 best to count.
RC4 decoder (hand out RC4 PT available if needed). Older MRT transponders probably won’t be fully compatible with a RC4 decoder.
HOTEL AND CAMPING info:
You can search for hotels near Brussels (Diegem), Leuven or Mechelen.
Camping Veronique is only 3,5 km from the track: http://www.kampeerverblijfparkveronique.be/9/Welcome—Wilkommen
Camping in the park (5 euros per person for the weekend) during the event is exceptionally allowed by the Council from Wednesday on and at own risk. The park is not a fitted camp site, there are no showers (only showers provided by nature), limited 220V from Friday on. You can bring a generator but use it wisely at night. Keep outer road free. Do not leave valuables within grabbing reach. And don’t count on quiet evenings, especially on Saturday night there will be loud music in the big party tent.
Type of electrical sockets used in Belgium: http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/5d/CEE_7-7.jpg
or search Google for: CEE 7/7
Power 220V supplied in the pits. In the camping area there will be one centralized multi socket, so bring your own good quality extension lead.
See you soon,
Willy & Liliane,
MBV Kampenhout vzw.
RPR Ondernemingsrechtbank Antwerpen afd.Mechelen www.mbv.be