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DD2112kr

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Mini max is not carrying on after this session I believe, hence my suggestion of junior max or Honda cadet
Actually that might not be true…
 

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Thanks all for advice
 

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Junior Max.

There is literally zero point going to cadet because you will be replacing all your gear within a year because of your age.

Regards club100. It’s a good step up from regular arrive and drive racing. Club100 are at Clay this weekend and then at Bayford in a fortnight
 
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club 100 is a high skill grid and it’s a lot more expensive, plus you have to factor in travel costs. This is just my opinion when I first looked into my options
 

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club 100 is a high skill grid and it’s a lot more expensive, plus you have to factor in travel costs. This is just my opinion when I first looked into my options
Thanks again
 

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No point going cadet.
If you don't want to have to buy a new chassis go junior max with a newer used chassis.
Don't buy an old otk chassis as it'll be dead.
Thunk about things like driver minimum weights though.

Oh, I'm sure minimax will be around for ages in ikr as well, so you could do that for a year then move up to junior etc
 
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