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Indoor National Series

Are you ready to take the title?

JConcepts is proud to announce the schedule for the 2016 Indoor National Series. In its 6th year, the Indoor Series continues to grow each year with series and individual participation. Manufacturer support from sponsors such as JConcepts, Team Associated, Reedy, Hobbywing and Schuur Speed is unmatched and regional and world talent always make for the most competitive racing. The series is unique and diverse making stops in Missouri, Washington, California, Massachusetts and new for 2016, North Carolina.

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News

2016 JConcepts Spring INS – Overall Results

 

Check out the race report here

Results from race 2


Date Change - 2016 Finals

The finals hosted by Speed RC will take place the following weekend, December 10-11, 2016

 


Official 2016 INS Flyer... (Updated June 17, 2016)

 


 

Rule Change for 10th scale buggy wheel construction

2.4"/60mm wheels will now be permitted for the remainder of the 2015 INS Season.  ROAR has updated their rulebook as follows...

ROAR is introducing a rules change with immediate effect that results in 2 different wheel configurations being available as options for manufacturers and competitors: 
- the existing 2.2" nominal wheels  
- the newer 2.4" or 60mm nominal wheels 

The new rules do not include dimensions compatible with vintage style wheels as they are generally not used in ROAR sanctioned competition.  

Dimensions for the traditional 2.2" wheel will be: 
- Mounting Bead Diameter - 2.20 inch (55.88mm) +/-.013 inch (.30mm) 
- Maximum Overall Diameter - 2.42 inch (61.468 mm) 
- Width - 1.513 inch (38.43mm) maximum 

Dimensions for the newer wheel style will be: 
- Mounting Bead Diameter - 2.380 - 2.427 inch (60.45 - 61.65 mm) 
- Maximum Overall Diameter - 2.571 inch (65.3 mm) 
- Width - 1.513 inch (38.43mm) maximum 

For further info, visit ROARRacing.com

 


Indoor National Series Clarification Regarding Tires and Wheels

To clear a little confusion regarding 2.2” and 2.4” wheels and tires we have provided some additional information below to bring some consistency to the Indoor National Series.     

At race series events #1-3 it was permitted to use the larger bead diameter tires only mounted on 2.2” wheels.    This was done to allow the use of most manufacturers signature tires to promote the ability to choose between all brands and styles during the event.   This is done by simply gluing the rubber conversion bead to a standard 2.2” wheel and gluing the 2.4” tire to the modified wheel.   While it is understood the official ROAR rule is to NOT allow the use of any 2.4” tires or wheels in combination with each other, we feel obligated to our racers to maintain the consistency set during races #1-3.     The rule regarding these wheels and tires is under review by ROAR for the 2015 season and the Indoor National Series intends to adhere to any changes ROAR clarifies in 2015 going forward.


Summer Indoor Nationals Recap

Ryan Maifield completed the perfect debut with Team Losi Racing as he took all three of his new TLR cars to victory. Having dominated the same event last year with Team Associated, the Arizona ace’s much anticipated first outing with his new team again produced an all conquering performance. Top Qualifier for each of his A-Mains, in the series’ two big classes, 2wD & 4WD buggy, he would wrap things up early repeating his A1 performances in A2 to claim overall victory. Also debuting TLR’s new 22 SCT 2.0 at the A-Main Hobbies owned track he made it a hat trick as he took the win of that class’ single A-Main.  

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Registration Info

Each track will personally handle the registrations for their Event.

Register online at RCSignup.net


 

Class Info

20I6 INS Classes

  • 2wd Modified Buggy
  • 4wd Modified Buggy
  • 4wd 13.5 Buggy
  • Racing Truck Modified
  • 2wd Modified SCT
  • 4x4 SCT
  • 17.5 Buggy
  • 17.5 Racing Truck
  • 17.5 SCT
  • 40+ 2wd Mod Buggy

Rules

We are going to be observing the current ROAR rules on the National Indoor Series events. If you are unaware of these rules or updates please visit the ROAR website. We will continue to use a visual technical inspection as the race series builds in popularity. Below are noteworthy rules specific to the Indoor National Series for quick reference. 

In the 17.5 stock classes, house rules will be adopted regarding boost settings. For each event where no speed control boost is allowed, a representative from the track will tech for boost as they typically do for their local races. If you are looking to bump-up during the weekend or plan on finishing in the top 3 you will want to be utilizing a legal combination.


Indoor National Series Clarification Regarding Tires and Wheels

To clear a little confusion regarding 2.2” and 2.4” wheels and tires we have provided some additional information below to bring some consistency to the Indoor National Series.     

At race series events #1-3 it was permitted to use the larger bead diameter tires only mounted on 2.2” wheels.    This was done to allow the use of most manufacturers signature tires to promote the ability to choose between all brands and styles during the event.   This is done by simply gluing the rubber conversion bead to a standard 2.2” wheel and gluing the 2.4” tire to the modified wheel.   While it is understood the official ROAR rule is to NOT allow the use of any 2.4” tires or wheels in combination with each other, we feel obligated to our racers to maintain the consistency set during races #1-3.     The rule regarding these wheels and tires is under review by ROAR for the 2015 season and the Indoor National Series intends to adhere to any changes ROAR clarifies in 2015 going forward.


Stock Power Rules

The Stock Buggy, Truck and Short Course classes will be using 17.5t motors. This should provide everyone with easy access to the current standard stock brushless motor for off-road.  We will be using house rules when it comes to boost vs. no boost and it will be decided by the host track and director.   At events where NO boost is allowed be prepared for a small random check at these events.   Please check the host track rules ahead of time to make sure you have the required setup. Adjustable timing motors are allowed.


Short Course Class Rules

The Pro 2 Stock SCT class will allow changes to the radio, receiver, body and tires and aftermarket hop-ups. Any combination of stock SCT RTR motor and speed controls from the available vehicles are allowed or the use of 17.5 brushless motors and speed control equipment. Body changes are allowed, as long as the body appears similar to a Short Course type truck. All 3.0 x 2.2 SCT tires are legal for the stock class.

The Open Pro 2 class is intended for the more experienced driver and is open to all manufacturer SCT trucks. All 3.0” x 2.2” SCT tires are legal for the open SCT classes.

Only 2s Lipo battery packs are allowed in all Short Course Classes.

The Open Pro 4 Short Course racers are allowed to run 540 or 550 motors.


1/8th Electric Buggy Rules

There is a 4s LiPo limit in 1/8th scale electric buggy.

Format

Are you ready to take the title? JConcepts is teaming up with sponsors and fine racing facilities nationwide for the 2016 JConcepts Indoor Nationals.

Triple A-Main format for 2 wheel mod and 4 wheel mod with bump ups. All others will have extended mains.

What are you waiting for? Sign up now for one of the biggest nationwide series events while there is still time!

Results

2016 Results

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

Finals

Current Points


2015 Results

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

2015 FINALS


2014 Results

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

2014 Finals

2016 Results

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

Finals

Current Points
 


2015 Results

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

2015 FINALS


2014 Results

Round 1

Round 2

Round 3

Round 4

2014 Finals

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