Evening Outdoor Circuit Racing Comes to Stafford

10th Electric Circuit

The popular Stafford Radio Control Model Car Club has joined southern clubs Eastbourne Electric Car Club and Adur Model Car Club to offer mid-week evening racing.

As the spring weather warms the country, and the days grow a bit longer, midweek outdoor racing in the 1/10 electric on-road section is growing in popularity. EECC, Based in the south-east and the former BRCA ‘Club of the Year’ has long been a popular destination for racers looking for a mid-week RC fix year-round. Racing under lights in winter is a challenge for drivers and bodyshell race painters alike.

Adur Model Car Club followed suit, collaborating with its neighbouring club to run Friday night races under lights provided by a local electrician and sponsor DTS Electrical. This has proven equally popular, with 40 racers regularly turning out for an evening of racing and shared takeaway pizzas.

And now the much loved Stafford RCMCC has followed suit, switching from indoor racing mid-week to Thursday night outdoor races. No pizza deliveries are needed as the cricket club next door offers sustenance to racers after 5 pm. These weekly events look destined to be popular in the region, not just in the run-up to the BRCA 2WD National races taking place on 22-May 2022. West Midlands RC racers should check out the details on the Stafford RCMCC website for more details, while those in the South-East should check out EECC and AdurMCC.

Visit www.staffordrcmcc.co.uk


Eastbourne Club

Adur Club