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TRIP SWITCH is a bay gelding. He is 18 years old (foaled 12 March 2006). The owner of TRIP SWITCH is Mr J. Butler and his current trainer is John Butler. The pedigree for TRIP SWITCH is: RESET (AUS) - CARIBBEAN STAR - SOVIET STAR (USA).

TRIP SWITCH last ran at Kempton Park on 18 March 2013, in the GOFFS READY-TO-RUN BREEZE-UP 27.03.13 HANDICAP (6) over a distance of 1M 4F. Ridden by Liam Keniry, TRIP SWITCH finished pu of 8 runners. The Industry Starting Price (ISP) for TRIP SWITCH was 33/1 (Betfair SP 75.12).

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  • 7-y-o bay gelding
  • Trainer: D Skelton (Last 14 days: 5-14 35.71%)
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  • Sire: Soldier of Fortune (IRE)
  • Dam: Sunset gold (IRE)
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  • Winner : Arashi
  • Trainer : J Butler
  • Jockey : L P Keniry
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  • Winner : Indian Violet (IRE)
  • Beaten by : 20¼ l
  • Jockey : I Mongan
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  • Winner : Our Ivor
  • Beaten by : 78¾ l
  • Race details : Southwell, 1m, Standard/Slow, Class 6
  • Weight : 9-8
  • Winner : Mcbirney (USA)
  • Beaten by : 39¼ l
  • Race details : Kempton Park, 1m 4f, Standard/Slow, Class 6
  • Weight : 9-6
  • Winner : Renegotiate
  • Beaten by : 40 l
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  • Winner : Whitby Jet (IRE)
  • Beaten by : 25.50 l
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  • Winner : May's Boy
  • Beaten by : 30¾ l
  • Trainer : P Howling
  • Jockey : Kieren Fallon
  • Race details : Kempton Park, 1m, Standard, Class 5
  • Weight : 9-2
  • Winner : Copper Canyon
  • Beaten by : 6.50 l
  • Trainer : G Prodromou
  • Jockey : D E Egan
  • Race details : Wolverhampton, 1m 1f 103y, Standard, Class 5
  • Winner : John Louis
  • Beaten by : 2.50 l
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  • Weight : 8-13
  • Winner : Kiss A Prince
  • Beaten by : 2 l
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  • Jockey : M J J Murphy
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  • 7-y-o bay gelding
  • Trainer: D Skelton (Last 14 days: 5-14 35.71%)
  • Owner: Mr Dan Skelton
  • Sire: Soldier of Fortune (IRE)
  • Dam: Sunset gold (IRE)
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Winner £2,178 - 10 ran - Draw Advantage: None

Good to Soft (Soft in places)

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7 Resplendent Grey (IRE)

  • Olly Murphy

8 Trip Switch (IRE)

  • Bridget Andrews

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3 Donnacha (IRE)

  • Tom Buckley (3)

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10 Nulli Secundus (IRE)

  • Sam Coltherd
  • Mrs Corbett

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6 Mr Bramley

  • Jedd O'Keeffe

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  • W T Kennedy

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2 Coal Fire (IRE)

  • James Bowen

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4 I Am De Chaillac (FR)

  • Kielan Woods

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1 Breizh River (FR)

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  • Paul Robson

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Flick of the switch: race car wiring done right.

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Wiring a race car can be challenging and tedious work, but done right, it can greatly improve reliability, safety, and ease of maintenance.

Nothing beats the exhilaration associated with pushing the starter button of a race car, flicking the ignition switch, and hearing a healthy, unmuffled engine come to life, yet wiring the circuits that make it all happen is rarely looked at as an enjoyable task. “Unfortunately, the wiring is the last thing that most people do and it’s often done at the last minute,” says Danny Knowles of QuickCar Racing Products. Knowles states that wiring a car, however, is certainly no less important than any other phase of the car building process.

While a properly wired car is often taken for granted, a poorly wired one can create a myriad of problems, including malfunctioning electrical accessories, a misfiring engine, or even a fire. Cars that have been subjected to perpetual changes in the electrical system can also become susceptible as well. It’s inevitable that a racer may add accessories such as a trans-brake, nitrous functions, or a brake shut-off, for example, and if the installation was done in haste, the underside of the dash may have become a virtual rat’s nest of wiring. While it’s not uncommon for some cars to need a general “clean-up” to repair a poorly wired circuit or two, worst case scenarios may require a complete re-wire.

Whether the car is undergoing a complete re-wire or is a new build undergoing construction, a bit of planning should be performed prior to jumping into the project. Begin by determining how many accessories the car will require other than the basic ignition and start functions, and whether it will require a master disconnect switch. 

The first step should involve installing the battery cables. Fine-stranded welding-style cable with a minimum of 4-gauge thickness works best. Applications that are subject to heavy electrical loads, such as those using 16-volt batteries, should instead employ 2- or 0-gauge cable. Some wiring professionals substitute a length of rope to first determine proper cable length. After the cable has been cut to the desired length, ring terminals may be crimped and soldered on each end, and then sealed with heat shrink prior to installation.

If a master disconnect switch is required by the particular sanctioning body, it should be installed and wired in at this time as well. Disconnect switches, available from vendors including  Allstar Performance ,  QuickCar Racing , Moroso, and Longacre, provide track safety personnel a way to quickly shut down the car’s electrical system in the event of an accident or on-track mishap.

Components like QuickCar 3-gauge digital gauge panel, Allstar Performance battery disconnect switch, Allstar Performance ignition switch panel, and QuickCar ignition wiring harness simplify wiring tasks.

Following the cutting and termination of the ground cable, it should be run directly from the battery to the engine block or frame. If the ground is connected to the frame in a trunk-mounted battery application, for example, a ground should also be run from the engine block to the frame. It is very important that the contact surfaces of grounds are clean and free of corrosion or paint. According to Knowles, “poor grounds or insufficient grounds are among the most common sources of electrical problems”.

After cables have been connected to the battery, starter, and master disconnect, the next phase should involve installation of an ignition panel. It’s best to choose a panel that includes an extra switch or two in the event that other accessories may be added at a later date. A panel with built-in fuses or circuit breakers can also be used to simplify wiring, eliminating the need for a separate fuse block in many cases. Allstar Performance, QuickCar, Moroso, Longacre, and Painless offer a variety of quality ignition panels. The process may be simplified further by purchasing a wiring harness from QuickCar Racing that includes a direct plug-in to their ignition panels.

The ignition panel should be mounted in the dashboard or overhead so that it is within easy reach of the driver, even with the belts cinched up. Stretching just to reach an accessory switch should be the last thing the driver needs to worry about. All wire terminals should be crimped, soldered, and sealed with heat shrink prior to connection. Wires may be terminated using a professional crimping tool, such as the QuickCar 50-395.

Knowles adds that during the soldering process, “it is important not to overheat the wire or oversaturate the terminal with solder,” as these practices can cause the wire and terminals to become brittle and prone to breakage. Grommets, available from vendors including Allstar, Seals-It, or Mr. Gasket, should be used any place wiring passes through sheet metal, preventing the possibility of short circuits. Wiring may be secured using plastic clamps or nylon tie wraps.

It may be desirable to install a gauge panel at this time as well. The panel should be installed so that it is in full view of the driver, typically in close proximity to the ignition panel. All sending unit, power lead, and ground wiring should be terminated prior to installation to ensure secure connections.

When wiring and connecting accessories, it’s important to size the wire correctly, according to the manufacturer’s recommendations. Circuits that carry heavy loads, such as electric fans, fuel pumps, and water pumps, should each include a relay, offered by manufacturers including Mr. Gasket, Painless, or SPAL. A relay’s purpose is to provide constant voltage to the accessory, offering protection from voltage or amperage spikes, while preventing back feeding, all of which can result in an overloaded circuit and blown fuse. Applications requiring multiple relays would be best fitted with a Relay Block Kit from Painless. 

Wiring should be color-coded to make it easier to trace wires when troubleshooting or making repairs. Accessories that require periodic disconnection may be equipped with Weatherpack or Deutsch connectors. Deutsch connectors utilize large, durable pins, making them better suited to components that are frequently disconnected, according to Knowles. QuickCar offers kits for both Weatherpack and Deutsch connectors. 

Once all wiring has been completed, fire the engine and activate each accessory to verify that they function correctly. If an accessory does not work, begin by checking the fuse, then determine whether it is getting power at the accessory, and finally, ensure that it is properly grounded. A 12-volt test light (Allstar Performance 76215) can simplify the troubleshooting process. 

Allstar Performance 12-volt test light makes it easier to troubleshoot wiring issues.

While wiring a race car may be a task enjoyed only by a select few, the fact remains that combining quality products with a sound installation will ensure that the vehicle’s electrical system remains dependable for years to come.

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What is the purpose of a Trip Switch?

Understanding the trip switch: a guide to electrical safety.

The trip switch, often referred to as a circuit breaker or residual-current device (RCD), plays a crucial role in safeguarding our homes and businesses from electrical hazards. This essential component monitors the flow of electricity within a circuit and automatically cuts off power when it detects a fault, such as an overload or a short circuit. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the importance of trip switches, how they work, and why they are a fundamental aspect of electrical safety.

What is a Trip Switch?

A trip switch is a safety device designed to protect electrical circuits from overloads, faults, and other electrical issues that could pose a risk to property and personal safety. When an abnormal electrical condition is detected, such as a surge in current or a ground fault, the trip switch immediately interrupts the circuit to prevent potential damage to appliances, wiring, and the risk of fire or electric shock.

How Does a Trip Switch Work?

The basic principle behind a trip switch is simple yet effective. It continuously monitors the electrical current flowing through a circuit. If the current exceeds a predetermined threshold or deviates from its normal path, indicating a fault, the trip switch quickly triggers a mechanism to cut off the power supply. This rapid response helps to minimize the risk of electrical fires, equipment damage, and personal injury.

Why is a Trip Switch Important?

Ensuring the proper functioning and maintenance of trip switches is crucial for electrical safety in both residential and commercial settings. A malfunctioning or outdated trip switch can fail to respond to electrical faults, leaving your property vulnerable to potential hazards. Regular inspections, testing, and timely replacement of trip switches are essential to ensure they are functioning correctly and providing reliable protection against electrical faults.

In conclusion, the trip switch is a vital component of modern electrical systems, serving as a first line of defense against electrical hazards. By continuously monitoring and interrupting abnormal electrical conditions, trip switches play a pivotal role in safeguarding our homes, businesses, and loved ones. Regular maintenance and proactive monitoring of trip switches are key to ensuring their effectiveness and maintaining a safe and secure electrical environment. If you have concerns about your trip switch or need professional assistance with electrical safety measures, don’t hesitate to contact MR AMP. Our team of experienced electricians is here to help you with all your electrical needs and ensure the safety and reliability of your electrical systems.

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To me, this song is a criticism of the so-called Internet Age.

Verse 1 & 2: We're willing to release any variety of information about ourselves online. We are willing to cultivate a sort of Internet-based sex life with complete strangers and we get into ferocious arguments with other strangers. We seek happiness with the press of a computer key, getting enjoyment from the little blurbs of information in the packets we get through our internet connections.

Verse 3: We're addicted to our data connections. Information is being beamed directly into our homes and into our phones and laptops when we're out. Just as we are willing to put our own information out there, we voraciously take in the information put out by everyone else.

Chorus: This seems to be posing an open question to the listener: what will we do if (or quite possibly when) the grid goes down and we can't satiate our electronic addiction?

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dadnova wrote: Looking at your diagram closer your + lead from the battery does not go to the switch. My + goes to the switch so if its turned off everything is off period. Then + from the switch to a ford post where Alt. and everything else is wired to requiring + feed. Thats why the swich is not working properly.

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rustbucket wrote: does everybody go through the trouble to suit up, strap in, window net, gloves helmet and hit the ignition? About the time you realize the master switch is still cut off, all of your crew has headed to the line and their out of screaming distance. I do it every trip to the track. Sometimes twice. it really sux.lol

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