ISRA 2005 World Championship
Early on during the practice it was clear that we had a problem
with the lap counter or it's computer. Rob Lees and Andy Wassermann had
a tough time to run practice.
Luckily, with a lot of help from people like Peter Krcil, Josef Korec,
Lars Harrysson and others the computer was changed and a Spytech race
system was installed.
The classes raced was Production team race, Eurosport 32,
Formula 32 and Eurosport 24
Before the race you have the
technical inspection. Mario Azzorpardi checking the ground clearance on
a production car.
In the Production 24 team race each of the two drivers
in a team drives for 30 seconds and the most laps win.
Production 24 main
After production we had the Eurosport 32 race and it is not
entirely safe to be around the track. We were lucky than no one was
standing right here
The car is firmly stuck in to
It is a legitimate track call despite that the car is marshable
After Eurosport 32 it was time for the Formula 32 class
The 1:32 Formula cars
The 1:32 Formula main. From
left to right: Paolo Trigilio, Matti Fyhr, Brian Saunders,
Vladimir Horky, Gugu Bernardino, Peter Krcil, Michael Landrud and Tomas
Here you can easily see the
lines used by the 1:32 Formula cars
In all classes there were prices for best looking car
This was not the
This was the winner. Note the aircraft left of the tower
Some of the 63 Eurosport 24 cars
The top three in the Eurosport
24 class. From left to right. 3:rd place Josef Korec. Winner Vladimir
Horky, 2:nd place Tomas Rosenberg
The 2006 ISRA Worlds is not yet decided where it is going to be held.
Malta were originally scheduled for 2006 but stepped in when Brazil
surprisingly were not accepted.