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Rotary Quicknews!
Submitted by SuperUser on Tuesday, April 24, 2001 - 12:00am

WIDTH=270 HEIGHT=90>A whole bunch of smaller stories have been stacking up over the past few weeks, so it is time for another edition of "Rotary Quicknews!"

First off, there is a group at UC Berkeley that is developing a Mini-Micro Rotary Engine for use in nano technology. The current model is an intermediate size one, about 1/64th the size of our engines.

Second up is a new (to me) company that has developed a rotary powered helicopter, Moller, eat your heart out! Stitt Industries Inc. has kits for 75hp, 150hp, and 240hp rotary helicopters. Their site has a FAQ, parts list, discussion group, and more...

Next up isn't really "Rotary News", as it is Mazda News. Mazda has inked a deal with the Laguna Seca Race Way to become the title sponsor of the raceway... With this agreement, Mazda becomes the first auto manufacturer to be the title sponsor of a major motorsports facility. Again, while not "Rotary News", it shows that Mazda is serious about racing, and their heritage. Soon, you should see some new rotaries flying around the raceway.

Sevenstock 4 planning is going well. Nearly 200 people have said they are going to attend (according to the poll, so the attendance number should be much more!) Confirmations are flowing in from Magazines, Vendors, Speed Shops, and Racers. This will be an exciting event. Click here for more information!

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