NEWBURY RADIO-CONTROLLED CAR CLUB

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What We Race

We race 1/10th and 1/12th scale radio-controlled cars indoors on a carpet surface.

1/10th Touring Cars are 4 wheel drive cars with a saloon style bodyshell. GT12 cars are 1/12th scale, 2wd with a GT bodyshell and LMP12 are 1/12th scale, 2wd with a prototype bodyshell.

See Rules for more information

What You Need To Bring

On normal club nights we usually have enough tables and chairs and extension leads to go around, so all you need is your car stuff and chargers.

On larger race meetings, please bring your own tables and chairs in case we don't have enough to go around.

Race Fees

The cost to race for adults is £8 for members and £9 for non-members.

For juniors (under 16s) it's £4 for members and £5 for non-members.

Annual membership is £20 for adults and £11 for juniors.

Club Night Schedule

We race most Friday nights (calendar), doors open from 5:30pm to 6:00pm for track build and setting up.

Open practice starts as soon as the track is completed.

Racing starts at around 7:30pm depending on numbers and ends at around 10:30pm.

Tyres

In Touring, any slick rubber tyre is allowed. Sorex 28JBs are the most popular.

In LMP12 and GT12 any foam tyres are permitted, but to score championship points racers must use Control tyres with the green stripe.

Latest NEWS Posts
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XRS starts on October 13th. Featuring: * Brand new Hudy spec tyre giving better grip and better longevity. * Brand new apex track markers * Reduced 1320g weight limit for Touring
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In accordance with the major indoor winter championships, we have changed our Touring Cars rules to a minimum weight limit of1320g for the new season. We expect the BRCA will also change it's minimum weight at it's own AGM.
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Click here to view the details of our 2018 AGM to be held on 28th September, to make proposals to nominate club officials.
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What a fantastic race meeting we had on Sunday 12th, a little light on drivers but otherwise perfect. If you missed it, you missed the best NRCC meeting of the year. The track was great and hardly moved, the carpet was flat and the tape stayed stuck. Everyone knew what they were doing and was where they were supposed to be, when they were supposed to be. The racing was good and close in all three classes and everyone was in great humour. And we raised £265 for Bloodwise and provided a great advert for our wonderful hobby. Thankyou to everyone who took part.