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The BRCA 1/12th Circuit Section is pleased to announce its calendar of events for the 2019/20 National Championships for 1/12th scale electric LMP cars.
The BRCA Nationals have earned a reputation for being a hugely competitive series with the friendliest and most welcoming atmosphere you will find. This is a series of events, open to drivers of all abilities, that offer the opportunity to race against and learn from some of the country’s best drivers.
The championships will be contested over six indoor rounds on carpet, with each driver’s best four scores counting towards their final placing in the series. Through the season we will visit some of our tried and trusted, favourite venues.
Classes and notes
LMP classes for this year will be 13.5 and 17.5 Stock on Saturday, Sports and Open on Sunday.
The 13.5 Stock class will be run on a Formula basis. Qualifying heats will run as previously however Finals will be split into F1 and F2, F3 drivers will run as F2. Drivers will be assigned their Formulas based upon ratings at the start of the season, subject to scrutiny by the committee. Drivers with ratings near the break point will have the opportunity to choose their formula. Formulas will be announced before th start of the season.
Although it is expected that it will be mainly F3 drivers who choose to run 17.5 ,any driver may enter the 17.5 Stock class
The Open class will have no lower motor limit and can run open speedos as per the rules for the Worlds.This is to allow drivers to practise with equipment in readiness for Milton Keynes. If the Worlds rules change before the event, then the National rules will alter to reflect that.
All other classes will use zero-timing (blinky) speed controllers from the list current at the date of each event.
Drivers may only enter for 1 class per day.
The National Championships will be for 13.5 Stock, 17.5 stock and Open – with separate awards for F2 and Sport.
The racing will follow the normal format used for 1/12th circuit nationals (subject to time constraints)
You can view the current rules here:
The BRCA GT Section are pleased to announced its calendar of events for the 2019 - 20 National championship for GT12 and GT10.
The championships will be contested over 6 indoor rounds on carpet, held over 3 weekends with each driver’s best 4 scores counting towards their final placing in the series, with separate GT1, GT2, GT3, Junior and Senior championship tables based on your eligibility for each class.
Rounds 1 & 2 | September 28th & 29th | Eastbourne Electric Car Club
Rounds 3 & 4 | February 8th & 9th | Sheffield RC Racing
Rounds 5 & 6 | March 7th & 8th | CARS - Chesterfield Auto Racing Society
– GT12 (for cars running 1S LiPo batteries, 13.5 turn brushless motors and approved ‘blinky’ speed controllers)
– GT10 (for cars running 1S LiPo batteries, 10.5 turn brushless motors and open timing speed controllers)
All motors and batteries must be from the BRCA Homologation lists in force at the date of each event
Finals & Championships
This season we return back to the traditional format of finals sorted by on the day overall qualifying positions with individual points earnt from your overall finishing position.
For GT12 a separate GT1, GT2 and GT3 championship will be calculated from the overall points table in addition to a Junior (under 16 at the start of the season) and Senior (over 50 at the start of the season) championship.
GT10 will run as one championship for it's return as a national class on foam tyres and open speedos.
For the latest construction rules please see the GT Circuit Documents section here.
For GT12 see the latest " BRCA GT12 Construction Rules v#.# 20##/20## " file
*The committee is currently building a front suspension test rig to approve front ends to a set standard, the approved front end list will be published shortly*
For GT10 see the latest " BRCA GT10 ConstructionRules v#.# 20##-## " file
*GT10 will run to it's traditional GT2 electronics format with foam tyres*
Procedural & Tyre Additive Rules
For the latest procedural & tyre additive rules please see the GT Circuit Documents section here.
For all classes see the latest " BRCA 12th Circuit Procedural Rules v#.# " & " Allowed Additive List v#.# 20## " files
For this season's and previous season's driver's gradings please see the GT Circuit Results section here.
Gradings will be published and updated as the season progresses.
For this season's and previous season's results please see the GT Circuit Results section here.
Results will be published and updated as the season progresses.
Entry is done only via the BRCA site from the below links.
Entries will be open around the first weekend of July 2019.
Entries will close at 6pm on the Monday before the event to allow the GT Committee and the clubs enough time to finalise heats and trophies.
You require a BRCA Competition Licence to enter these events.
Please enter your date of birth correctly so that your eligibility in the junior or senior championship can be checked.
We are pleased to announce Junior GT12 entries are half price, Juniors are classed as under 16 before the season starts.
We will operate an automatic reserve list, when a space becomes available places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Please only contact firstname.lastname@example.org regarding event entries to save confusion.
Cancelling & Refunds
You can cancel your entry from your BRCA event page upto midnight on the Thursday before the event
Refunds will be processed after the event as this is now the BRCA policy.
8:00am Doors Open
8:30am Drivers Briefing
9:00am Timed practice begins
10:30am Qualifying Begins
3:30pm Qualifying Finish & Finals Heats Sorted
3:50pm Finals Start
5:10pm Finals Finish
5:30pm Trophy Presentation
6:00pm End of Meeting
Please enter your correct transponder number when registering and not type "1234567" ,etc just to fill in the required box.
You can add your transponder number after you have registered from your events page.
We will not chase you for your transponder number, it is your responsibility to ensure the race director / race computer has your transponder number entered to count your lap times.
Please be aware of duplicate transponder numbers from cloned transponders.
Questions & Queries
Please email email@example.com or contact your GT Committee for any entry queries.
We hope to see you at the track!
BRCA 10th Off Road Nationals
UK 1/10th Off Road Truck Nationals. The ONLY series dedicated to 1/10 RC Short Course Truck Racing and stadium trucks racing in the UK covering both 2wd and 4wd classes. This series affords its racers with unrivalled value for money in terms of track time with no less than 7 races through the day, 4 rounds of qualifying and 3 rounds of finals for all.
The Series takes place on some of the best UK Off Road race venues. The series caters for all abilities and age groups and with many new Junior racers planning to join us this year this trend looks to continue. With increasing popularity and a great bunch of travelling racers there is no better time to come and join in the fun!
Short Course RC Racing is as competitive as you want it to be but the emphasis is about having fun. We are seeing more families join us as each season passes making it a great way to spend weekends away! Make "racing widows" a phrase of the past and bring the partners / wives / husbands along for the fun!
Round 1 - 26th April 2020 - Telford Model Car Club
Round 2 - 31st May 2020 - Boughton Raceway
Round 3 - 28th June 2020 - A1 Racing Club
Round 4 - 12th July 2020 - Ledbury Model Car Club
Round 5 - 18th August 2020 - Eden Park Raceway
Round 6 - 13th September 2020 - Coventry Model Car Club
Simply log into your account.
Click enter on the event you wish to enter
Then fill out your information the Registration Form asks for.
Click Process Registration.
Pay via PayPal
The BRCA 1/10th Electric Circuit Section is pleased to announce its calendar of events for the BRCA Formula 1 Indoor Nationals 2019/20.
This is a series open to Formula 1 drivers of all abilities, that offers the opportunity to race against and learn from some of the country’s best drivers.
The championship will be contested over 5 indoor rounds on carpet.
Sunday 8th March
Saturday 28th March
Meeting Format (subject to time and venue constraints)
Each final counts as a separate championship score, with the A-final winner receiving 150 points, second 149 etc. This gives a possible 10 scores with 6 to count (you must do at least 3 meetings to qualify for a championship position).
£11 entry fee. Booking closes at 20:00 the Thursday before the event. The event start times are Doors open times, drivers briefing and racing will typically be 1 hour after that but more detailed event info will be emailed to competitors on the Thursday evening.
There will be no reserve lists. If any entries become available they will be posted of the F1 facebook page and can be booked via the BRCA site on a first come first served basis.
The BRCA Truggy Section are pleased to announce the changes for the 2020 series
The championships will be contested over 5 outdoor rounds on off road surfaces, with each driver’s best 3 scores counting towards their final placing in the series. During the season we will visit several of the established venues, but also a couple of new ones. The venues have been chosen based on their geographic spread, the level of their track and facilities, their previous track record of hosting similar events and of course the feedback we have received from our competitors from last year.
Round 1 - 5th April 2020 @ Herts Nitro
Round 2 - 10th May 2020 @ North West Nitro
Round 3 - 21st June 2020 @ Kent Model Car Club (KMRC)
Round 4 - 19th July 2020 @ Brookethorpe Model Car Club
Round 5 - 23rd August 2020 @ Slough
Truggy 1/8th Nitro
Truggy 1/8th Electric
The track will be open for practice for those drivers that have pre-booked only.
The timings for the track opening will be up to the club, Their also may be a charge (again this is depending on each club)
1x Rounds of timed practice in heats for both classes. However the committee can drop the round of practice if larger numbers attending or bad weather ext
4x Rounds of qualifying with the best 3 to count
Qualifying times for E-Buggy is 6 minutes will a 1 minute rolling start
Qualifying times for Truggy is 5 minute heats with a 2 minute warm up
All finals for E-Buggy will be 15 minutes in multiples of 10 with 4 to bump up
For Truggy Finals B and downwards are 18 minutes with the A Final being 30 minutes - All finals will again be in multiples of the 10 with the top four to bump up
£15 entry fee for each entry, There will be no discount for double class entry
Booking closes at 10pm on the Friday before the event
Entries will open in the new year. Please note that payment for the entries will be taken at the same time as the booking
To enter simple make sure you are logged in to your account. Add the events you wish to enter in to your basket. Then simple pay for them at the end.
When adding events please make sure you add the correct event with the correct class you wish to enter.
The championships will be contested over 5 outdoor rounds on off road surfaces, with each driver’s best 4 scores counting towards their final placing in the series. During the season we will visit several of the established venues, but also a new one in Brookthorpe Model Car Club who for 2020 will be transforming their existing track into a brand new dirt track. The venues have been chosen based on their geographic spread, the level of their track and facilities, their previous track record of hosting similar events and of course the feedback we have received from our competitors from last year.
Buggy 1/8 Nitro
Booking in will open for all events on Saturday 4th January at 9am.
Please note: The following events will be capped at 126 entries. The events are showing 200 spaces to allow for reserves.
When enterting these events please make sure you fill out all the information correctly and if you are entering all events please make sure you click the correct discount setting at the bottom of the registration form to get the correct price.
If you are Junior again please ensure that you select the correct discount setting on the registration form.
To enter 1 event click 'Enter' and then complete your details. To enter multiple events click 'Enter' for your first event and then 'Add more events'. Once you have added all the events you would like to enter 'Go to checkout' and complete your entry details.
The 2020 season will see driver/mechanic headsets used for the first time. Please read the following carefully regarding the rules regarding headset specification:
The use of EU/UK approved DECT5 technology headsets operating in the OPCOM approved frequency range of 1880 to 1900 MHZ only are permitted for the purpose of communication between driver and mechanic. The use of mobile phones is not permitted.