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The 1/10th IC Circuit section comprises of two different classes of 1/10th scale nitro powered vehicles; 200mm and Sports GT. Both classes are supported well at club meeting up and down the country. Our national series comprises of 8 rounds, with only your best 5 results to count, and runs from March to October. The series visits circuits as far up the country as Halifax in West Yorkshire and as far south as Weston-super-mare in North Somerset.
Both types of car are powered by 2.1cc engines and run on foam tyres. However when the circuit is wet, rubber tyres may hold an advantage. More in depth rules can be found at the top of this page.
Our national meetings are run over two days, with Saturday playing host to open practice for all participants. Sunday is made up of 4 rounds of 4 minute qualifying heats and finals for all. Your best time from the heats deciding on which final you will be assigned to with the top 10 times entering the A Final, the next 10 in the B Final and so on. The finals contain more of an endurance aspect with the A Finals being of 30 minute duration!
Opportunities to represent the country are also available in the form of the annual European Championships and the World Championships which is hosted every other year.
If you are interested in starting in 1/10th IC or GT8 racing then why not pop along to your local club or even one of our national meetings where the racers would be more than happy to advise you.
In and out of what went down!
BRCA 1/10th IC National Dates Announced
For the 2017 season, Round 6 of the 1/10th IC National Series was run alongside the British Open GP.
Over the past weekend, the 1/10th IC Circuit series moved to the Stafford circuit for the first time in around 13 years
After the success of the British Open GP, the 1/10th IC National series would see Round 7 hosted just two weeks later at the Halifax Track.
The latest round of the 1/10th IC National series took place at the Mendip circuit in the South of England.
For Round 3 of the 1/10th IC National Series, racers travelled South once again to the Mendip Raceway in the south west of the country.