From September 2nd to 3rd ACTMCRC hosted the 2023 RCRA RCMAKER ACT Titles.
Congratulations to all the winners, and thank you to all the competitors and volunteers that attended and made it such a great event.
Starting on the 28th of May and running for 3 race meetings the ACTMCRC ran the 2023 David Spashett Cup at the Kambah asphalt track.
This series was open to ACTMCRC members racing in the ISTC 21.5 or ISTC 13.5 classes.
On December 29-30, ACTMCRC ran a test indoor practise and race day.
The club's new AusBite carpet was awesome and there was some great racing throughout the day.
We are a group of individuals who love racing Radio Controlled Cars.
We race at two tracks in Canberra, a temporary indoor track at St Monicas and our permanent outdoor track located off Kett St in Kambah.
We race remote controlled electric powered on road cars.
Everybody is welcome to come along and have ago. You can bring your own car, or hire one of our club cars. We place drivers into groups to ensure you are racing against people with similar abilities and equipment.
The ACTMCRC is affiliated with the Remote Controlled Racing Australia, the governing body of RC racing in Australia.
Remote Controlled Car Racing, just like real car racing, is divided in to classes. These classes are differentiated by a number of factors, such as drive type (AWD, FWD or RWD), motor type or driver skills.
Some of our classes are governed by the RCRA, others are 'home grown'. One of the practical differences between classes comes down to budget. Some of our classes are designed to appeal to the social racer with limited time and budget, while other classes are much more performance oriented.
See Information about classes for more details
We race at Kambah the 2nd and 4th Sundays of every month. Starting times are published for each event.
We normally run a mixture of AWD Touring Car (ISTC) classes as well as RWD Pan Car classes, Formula 1 and Tamiya TT.
If you have a 1/10 or 1/12 scale electric on road racing car, bring it along and we will find somewhere for you to run it.
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