Rotary Revival 7

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Rotary Revival 7

Post by spinner » Wed Mar 28, 2018 5:29 pm

I've just entered. :D
https://rotaryrevival.com.au/event/rota ... -7-sydney/
$125 for 5 x 15 min sessions around Sydney Motorsport Park with other rotaries. From what I saw of the previous event in Sydney it should be a fantastic day out.
Any one else planning on attending?
"The ingenious and decidedly weird Wankel rotary engine works by using internal combustion to bounce a fat metal triangle around inside a hollow metal kidney bean, which hula-hoops around a central shaft to generate power"

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Re: Rotary Revival 7

Post by 5p3nc3 » Wed Mar 28, 2018 8:27 pm

I might have to dust off the racing boots and bring the 7 out.

Will be good to catch up.
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Re: Rotary Revival 7

Post by spinner » Mon Apr 09, 2018 6:26 pm

Rotary Revival was a great day out. 318 rotary,or rotary powered, cars. There was something for everyone, cruises, laps, drags & burnouts on a very warm Sydney day.
Was great to catch up with 5p3nc3 again & meet a few other RX8 owners.
The SMSP northern circuit is great fun. Turn 1 needs caution if on street tyres but once mastered leaves a grin on your face. I would say we got maybe 40 laps in 5 sessions, sorry I didn't count & we had no transponders for times, but I did get through 50 litres of fuel :lol:
Not bad for $125
Can't wait for the next 1
"The ingenious and decidedly weird Wankel rotary engine works by using internal combustion to bounce a fat metal triangle around inside a hollow metal kidney bean, which hula-hoops around a central shaft to generate power"

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