The 1967 GP of Canada Proxy arrived at Chris Walker’s BOXBURY Track in Toronto for Round #3. Congrats to Kelowna’s Richard H. and his #17 Cooper Climax for finishing 8th in this F1 proxy round.
The track is 47 feet in length, with equal lap lengths and is fast and flowing, with lap times for these cars expected to be in the high 3/low 4 second range.
The surface is flat latex, both urethane and treated rubber work very well. The slot depth is 1/4”, rails are non magnetic braid, with a 10 thou. recess. Lane spacing is 3.5”, with 2.5” spacing for a very short distance at the apex of the hairpin. It is powered by a 40 amp variable voltage regulated supply, and it is usually run at 10.5 volts.
Round #4 brought the scratch built F1 cars to Canfield Green which is a recently completed three lane circuit in Picton, Ontario. Congrats to Kelowna’s Richard H. and his #17 Cooper Climax for finishing 12th in this F1 proxy round.
Lane length is 90feet 4 inches on an acrylic painted MDF surface. The main straight about 24 feet with two shorter straights at 12 and 8 feet each. The variable voltage power supply is set to 10.5 volts. Congrats to Kelowna’s Richard H. and his Cooper Climax for finishing 12th in this F1 proxy round.
Pre Qualifying line up
Post Qualifying Race Groupings
Congrats to the Podium!
Overall Standings After Four Rounds