1/10th Electric Off Road National Championships
Round 1, May 13th, Banbridge and District Model Car Club (BADMCC)
We just want to give drivers some information in advance of Round 1 of the 1/10th Off Road Electric Nationals.
Gates open from 8.30am
Booking in will be open from approx. 9 until 10 (will be announced over PA)
Track open from 9 to 10 for open practice.
Drivers briefing approx. 10.15
First race 10:30 sharp.
There will be a 30 min lunch break after Qualifying
Finals will start approx. 2pm
Qualifying will be 3 rounds, Round by Round, with best 2 rounds to count.
Finals will be 3 legs, with best 2 to count.
Timing system is Mylaps RC4.
There`s plenty of pitting and room for tents if you prefer, but bring your own power.
Please see www.badmcc.com for location details.
Race fee is €10 for first class, €5 for second.
Control Tyre is Proline Holeshots. You will not be allowed race without these on ALL DRIVEN AXLES
Rules can be found here:
You must be a member of the RCCAOI and an associated club to race. Please join before the race day.
We can’t answer questions on Facebook, as there are too many groups to monitor!
Timings for this weekends national .
Saturday gates open 11.15 am with open practice 12-5pm , locking up at 6.30pm .
Sunday gates open 7.30am with booking in closing 9.30 am and first heat of the line at 10am .
You must be booked in through race control before using track , cost for sat is £8 and Sunday £12 .
Track is only open to national competitors who are RCCAOI registered this weekend .
Dear 1/8th Scale Racer,
Preparations are well underway for the 2017 RCCAOI 1/8th scale Off Road National Championship. This hotly contested series, the pinnacle of the Irish 1/8th scale off road racing calendar, is being run over five race weekends, and for the first time ever, at five different tracks. The format for the Championship is four out of five events to count, with two classes being run, Nitro and E buggy. Membership of the RCCAOI and an affiliated club is compulsory.
The Championship kicks off on the 6th and 7th of May at the BADMCC track in Aghalee. The track is arguably the best track of its kind in Britain or Ireland. The track is multi surface, comprising of Dirt, Timber, Rubber Matting, Crazy Paving, and Brick, with Astroturf over the jumps. Details … www.badmcc.com
This marks a return to Cork. On the 24th and 25th of June, after an absence last year, the CRCCC is hosting round 2. An all dirt track, this is a new layout to previous years, with a tighter, more technical track, a uniform 4 metres wide with some lower jumps and table tops. Details … www.crccc.ie
is being held at MRCR Monaghan, on the 15th and 16th of July. Having had their first ever National event abandoned due to rain last year, the organisers are hard at work this year to ensure a good event and erase the memory of last year. An all dirt track, featuring soil jumps, which are now faced off with concrete for a uniform, take off from start to finish. Details … https://www.facebook.com/mrcr8th/
The 5th and final round will be held on the 9th and 10th of September at the NNN track in Navan. Described as “The best 1/8th astro track I have been to” by Mike Craddock, this club never fail to put on a great finale to the Championship. An all AstroTurf track with long straights, tight turns and a good selection of jumps. Details … www.nnn.ie
1/8th Scale Rep.