Classes

Novice

Electric On-Road


Aimed at the first time racer. This class is very much a ‘run what you brung’ class, catering to cars purchased straight off the shelf at your Hobby Shop.

 

Sportsman (21.5 Touring Cars)

Electric On-Road


Aimed at the first time racer. This class is very much a ‘run what you brung’ class, catering to cars purchased straight off the shelf at your Hobby Shop.

 

Stock (13.5 Touring Cars)

Electric On-Road


A faster and less restricted class than the 21.5 class. Aimed at the season racer. The full technical details of this class can be found in the rules document.

 

Formula One

Electric On-Road


Open wheel racing that is designed to provide all the thrills and close racing of the real thing. Aimed at slightly more experienced drivers as these rear-wheel driven chassis can take some delicate throttle control to keep in a straight line. 21.5 BL.

For full details please check the technical specifications in the club rules.

 

M-Chassis (Tamiya Mini)

Electric On-Road


Something different. Based on the Tamiya M series of FWD cars the M-Chassis (or Mini) class is highly popular. Its relatively affordable and with limited tuning options this class focus on drivers skills.  You can find the full technical details in the rules document.

 

1/12th (Including Eurostock)

Electric On-Road


A light weight precision racing car. 12th scales live at the other end of the RC spectrum from M-Chassis. These are relatively simple RWD cars making use of a 3.7v battery pack. These cars are very fast and a great drive.  Cars running to the Eurostock rules are required to run a 10.5 motor.  You can find the full technical details in the rules document.

 

1/10th Nitro

Nitro On-Road


This class is designed for more advanced drivers. The rules of the class follow closely with the AARCMCC National rules, similar in philosophy to the Electric and Modified classes, this class is designed for experienced drivers with a good grasp of setting up their cars.

 

1/8th Nitro

Nitro On-Road


One of the most Extreme forms of RC racing. 1/8th scale combines big power, larger cars and high speeds in to an exciting challenge.

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