For questions relating to the regs please contact the committee on ror missionmotorsport. A short session of free testing will be included in the entry fee for all teams. Specific timings confirmed when the timetable is released.
For classes containing cars from a single series Citroen C1 Challenge for example those cars must run the control tyre as mandated by their series. For those in other classes all cars must run List 1A, 1B or 1C. Fuller details on this will be issued in the Race of Remembrance regulations.
Full race slicks and wets are forbidden, as are sequential gearboxes.
Drivers will not be allowed to sign on and compete in the event without all required paperwork. Please remember this event is not on an international permit and therefore an FIA International authorisation printed on licence cards will not authorise you to compete in this national permitted event.
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The intention is again to invite Vital Equipment to set up their multi pump rig within the paddock. Further information on this, including their pricing for will be released when confirmed.
September 1 st — Garage, paddock, camping and parking plan published, car passes circulated. The event will be the sixth consecutive For all RoR18 competitors and attendees please click on the following link to download the RoR18 Bulletin 1, which gives information on a whole host Plan your visit.
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Who can enter? Starting at a. They marched from the train station as they would have done in The City of Toronto identified the names of more than 3, people who died during the First World War and were members of Toronto-based regiments.
To commemorate their sacrifice, a book named the Great War Book of Remembrance was made, which will list the names of these individuals. It shows two flags and three badges. It was officially dedicated by the City on December 28, , and contains the names of 3, servicemen and five women from Toronto. The park is an important commemorative space and is possibly the largest First World War memorial in Toronto.