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booking in closes on the 15th January
1:12th Stockcars come together to battle for the Red and Yellow chequered roofs.
First time in a long time that the F1 and F2 are on the same carpet in the same venue at the same time. Its going to be a cracker.
Venue: Dentona RC Speedway. Windmill Lane, Denton, Manchester M34 2EY. start time 6pm Sat, 10am Sunday
Spectators are welcome, but please remember to wear your mask.
Its almost time to get booked in for the 2022 BRCA Rally X Nationals!
We are proud to announce that after many weeks of negotiations we have a great opportunity to take this class in a new direction of both making the competition ultra-close and fair on the track and also affordable to all drivers. We have chosen Hobbywing to be our control ESC and motor for this class at BRCA events.
2 of the most iconic classes in motorsport history are Formula 1 and BTCC (British Touring Car Championship), which have been a staple of motorsport for decades. These race classes offer unrivalled performance, technological advances, and close racing action. The 2 classes that are hosted at the 2WD EC National Championships are the extremely challenging 21.5T Formula 1 and the 17.5T FWD Touring Car Championships.
One major aim when setting up the 2WD EC National Championship was to lower the costs and make this a championship accessible to more racers. Both F1 and FWD championships will keep the styling of scale race cars that you can see on TV sets around the world while visiting some of the best purpose built tarmac tracks that the BRCA affiliated clubs have to offer.
To date we’ve not had a lower cost, simplified entry class for Touring Cars. The 4wd Touring Car classes are quite mature in the rules and provide great levels of racing and speeds in excess of 80mph. They have defined race classes and have a very popular championship. However, these classes can be intimidating to a newcomer/club racer wanting to move to the next level and see what the sport has to offer outside of just their local club, while keeping the costs relatively low.
To do this we are focused on making the FWD Touring Car Championship our entry level cost-based class without sacrificing any of the competition on the track. This doesn’t mean that you won’t find the world’s top drives attending the championship. We encourage this as we know our racers will offer help and advice to new drivers from setup to racing lines. Don’t worry though as we will be F grading the top drivers so that the newcomers also have a championship to fight for (more to come on this in the future).
The 2WD EC National Championship is a series that will crown a Formula 1 National Champion and two FWD Touring Car National Champions (Formula system). We also have Junior National Champions to crown who also race for half price through the series! Will you be the next BRCA National Champion? Or will you be sitting on the side-line wishing you entered?
These are exciting times and just a start to what’s coming up, we can’t wait to announce the rest of the details later this week. It’s time to stop being the support classes, this is the real deal.
1s Battery list available from 3rd January 2022
We are pleased to announce the dates and venues for the BRCA Bikes Natonal Championship for 2022
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Tech Sheets & Video Links from the British Grand Prix.
Two days of great racing at Eastbourne.
Information on the format of the British Grand Prix.
The BRCA 12th Circuit and GT committee’s are pleased to announce that entry for the British GP is now open.
see poster for details
The final National and championship decider of the season took place at the premier newly resurfaced Halifax circuit in West Yorkshire.
BRCA Clubman's Round 5 Stafford
Round 5 of the BRCA Clubman's saw the racers return to one of the real favourites on the calendar, Stafford RCMCC.
The 5th and penultimate National of the 2021 season took place at the fast paced and technical Wombwell Circuit on the 4th and 5th September with an entry of 43 drivers .
For the first time this season there was a full heat for GT8 Electric .Saturday was cloudy but dry all day with plenty of time for set up in the morning followed by timed practice heats in the afternoon.
Want to race Electric or Nitro cars on-road? give 1/8 Circuit dubbed 'the formula 1 of RC' a try for 2022
Alongside the open championships we again ran successful formula championships for drivers
image: Skualo Art #skualoart
The brilliant Cotswold circuit will play host to the final round of the 1/8 Circuit series 16/17 October, find information below:-
The 5th and final round of the 2021 BRCA RallyX Championship would take place at the Fast-flowing Nemo Raceway. This would be the first national event to be held at the track that opened in 2020, and it was a great addition to the calendar.
Important information regarding our upcoming section AGM and how to submit proposals for the 2022 racing season...
With an increase in popularity outside of our normal stomping ground (Midlands & South Wales), the section decided it should try travelling a little further North this season, and with that our first National event of 2016/17 was held last weekend at MB Raceway near Leeds.
With the new year fast approaching its time to renew your BRCA Membership, it’s a simple process that can be done in under a minute, just click the link below
Stonehaven Club secures inter club overall win at Championship conclusion.