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  1. VR6OC @ GTI Festival

    VR6OC Will be @ GTI Festival again this year, for one of the final shows of the reason. SHOW AND SHINE QUARTER MILE SPRINTS GIRLZ N DUBZ DIZZY RASCALS TRADERS AUTO JUMBLE Much More... We will also be running a club RWYB day, setting up a pits in the Club Stand area! Club Display: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) Club RWYB: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15)
  2. Event Title: VR6OC @ GTI Festival Event Author: VR6Pete Calendar: Club Events Event Date: 09/10/2016 09:00 AM VR6OC Will be @ GTI Festival again this year, for one of the final shows of the reason. SHOW AND SHINE QUARTER MILE SPRINTS GIRLZ N DUBZ DIZZY RASCALS TRADERS AUTO JUMBLE Much More... We will also be running a club RWYB day, setting up a pits in the Club Stand area! Club Display: 1) @Marneus 2) @VR6CABBS 3) @Dave_ciw 4) @Bealieboy 5) @VR6Pete 6) @mistline 7) @johan238 8) @Drewsus 9) @Matthew Harrison 10) @Benvrg 11) @vdubhead 12) @Farhad 13) 14) 15) Club RWYB: 1) @Marneus 2) @Dave_ciw 3) @VR6Pete 4) @mistline 5) @johan238 6) @Matthew Harrison 7) @vdubhead 8) 9) 10) 11) 12) 13) 14) 15) Currently this is £25 for the complete freedom to run your car on the track for the entire day. Often we find that vehicles can make in excess of 10 runs in that time, and still manage to enjoy the rest of the show, but the number of runs is of course affected by oil-downs, or other stoppages. It is a completely addictive experience, so be careful. You could end up as a full on 'drag racer'. People who are new to RWYB may find the following video useful ! Click the below link to register for the VR6OC @ GTI Festival event VR6OC @ GTI Festival
  3. VR6OC Sponsored Drag Cars

    VR6OC sponsored Ed Keech putting in some good times at Big Bang 2016, Also keep watching for VR6OC Sponsored racer Dave Lea too in his black VR6! Check out their pages on Facebook to keep up to date of the 2016 season! Dave Lea - https://www.facebook.com/15DegreeRacing/?fref=ts Ed Keech - https://www.facebook.com/caseracinguk/?fref=ts
  4. VWDRC 2016

    The new season is here and only a couple of weeks until the first round Festival of Power @ Santa Pod. Keep an eye out as we have more VR6's that ever this year, with 12v/24v/R32/R30 Turbo/Supercharged/NASP/Nitrous Golfs/Jettas and even a VR New Shape Beetle likely running anything down to 9 second. I'll try to keep this thread up to date with some timings and pics for your enjoyment! Ed - VWSP27 https://www.facebook.com/caseracinguk
  5. VWDRC 2015

    It's that time of year again, pre-season is coming up and there is still time for you to join us. What is the VWDRC? There are two classes in the VWDRC - Sportsman and Pro. Both are open to any vehicle that is either powered by a VAG-group engine or that is built around a VAG car/chassis. If your car is running quarter-mile times of 12.99 seconds or less then you are placed into the Pro class. What is bracket racing? Bracket Racing is a way of handicapping drag racing so that you don't need a super fast pro-race car or a huge wallet to win. Basically the competitor makes a series of practise passes. He or she then decides the average time it has taken to drive down the 1/4 mile and uses this figure as a 'dial-in' time. This figure can be adjusted within class rules as the meeting progresses. With two competitors ready to do battle these 'dial-in times' are written on the car (usually with shoe whitener on a window). As the cars come to the famous 'Christmas Tree' (traffic light starting device) the timekeeper enters these times into the computer. A staggered start is thus produced. The slower car leaves first and if both drivers run their perfect 'dial-in time' they will cross the line in a dead heat. But of course this never happens. A driver may react slowly to their green light or may fluff a gear change. They may have even lost engine power. So it is the driver who can most consistently run to their dial-in that wins the day, without running too fast ('breaking out' - going faster than their dial in) or leaving the start line before their green light ('red light', 'cherry' - early bath!). In short, Bracket Racing is a way of making drag racing "fair" so that it's not just the person with the most money that wins, it's down to driver skill, knowledge of your car and consistency
  6. Cams For 1/4 Mile

    Next weekend will be the final runs with the 2013 setup, After yesterday's Dyno session we knocked out [email protected] the fly ([email protected]) and 311.7 (249.4) with the nitrous. I already have some uprated valve springs a short runner inlet manifold (to try out) and plan to do a bit of match porting, but just wondering I'm running a set of re-profiled Piper 263 cams which have been fine but since it's coming apart is there a set if cams which would be better suited. I launch at around 4k and spend the rest if the run around 5.5-6.5k so want sumit that will be good in that power band. Have also looked into getting the bottem and lightened and balanced if I go real rev happy. What would you suggest?, (yes it's staying NA)
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