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FE-FC Holden Nationals

Information: Most aspects of the Nationals went really well, we reckon, and a lot of it was nothing short of spectacular. A few things went a little awry, mostly around the feeding of people. With 400 people to look after, it was more than we could hope for that it could all go without a hitch, as previous Entrant Updates had forewarned.
Orange was the NSW Club's fourth turn running a Nationals, with a reasonably experienced committee. The 14th Nationals will be the first such event run by the WA Club, so this request is as much for them as it is for us.
What do you think went really well? What did you like about the Orange Nationals that you've taken away as great memories?
What do you think could have been done better? Any constructive criticism we can pass onto the WA Club is also appreciated.


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The 13th FE-FC Nationals will see changes to the way vehicles are classified and judged.

In addition to the age-old "Stock" and "Modified" Classes, there will be a new group that fits in between, called "Street". This group caters for cars that are stock in appearance, but have been improved or modernised in some way, as well as the "period style hottie".

A detailed article on how this new class affects judging, scrutineering and classing will appear here soon.

The FE-FC Holden Nationals continue to be a success because the clubs that run the event work to evolve and improve it, year after year.

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