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Information on the format of the EFRA British Grand Prix.
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Round 5 saw around forty drivers descend on the superb Halifax circuit in west Yorkshire, the club had been busy building a new viewing/rest area
Clean sweep for Pole at home track.
Murray wins in Eastbourne.
1/10 IC & GT8 BRCA Nationals Championship Finale - Heres what happened!
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SilverstoneRCMCC are pleased to announce the British Off Road Grand Prix 2023. It will be held between the 10th and 12th March 2023 at the Centre:MK shopping centre in Milton Keynes. This unique venue allows members of the public the chance to see a world class event up close. its sure to be a fantastic event.
2022 1/10 IC & GT8 BRCA Nationals Round 5 Brookland - Here's what happened!
In 2022 Eastbourne made their worst start in the short history of the KOC series. 4th place in RD2 left the club behind Adur, Aldershot and West London in the standings. From there, the team bounced back like all great champions. Coming into RD5, the home side needed to finish 3rd to take the title for a third consecutive time.
The team's championship is a signature feature of the King of Clubs series. Each club nominates six drivers from their membership to make the team for the round. These drivers then score points for the club based on their position in their first final race - no matter which final they are in - 1 pt for first, 2 for a second, 3 for third etc. The club with the lowest score wins the round.
Coming into the championship's final round, the Adur team needed to win and for either Aldershot, Colchester or West London to finish ahead of Eastbourne to take the title themselves.
We would like to hear from suppliers / manufacturers that wish to submit tyres for both the 2 and 4 wheel drive championships in 2023. We always seem to do if too late to allow any testing so this year we set a deadline of 1st September for submissions then the vote sometime in oct. After the deadline closes we will announce the options so you all know choices and what to test.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions and a submission form.
Please complete the all important proposal forms and Committee Position Forms via the BRCA website under AGM. Make sure you choose section and 1/10 ic Circuit.
The 5th and final round of the BRCA RallyX championships was at the newly refreshed Nemo Raceway!
Round 4 of the series followed a new regional approach with the 1/10ic section so drivers could compete at Wombwell or Adur circuits.
Everything you need to know about Nemo Raceway who host the final round of the 2022 BRCA Rally X national series
Juliet Exall reports from round 5 of the BRCA Rally X Nationals held at HNMC
Clarification on tyre additive.
BRCA LSOR National Round 6 - 50th Anniversary at Sussex RC Car Club Race
BRCA LSOR National Round 6 - 50th Anniversary at Sussex RC Car Club Race Report here
With an increase in popularity outside of our normal stomping ground (Midlands & South Wales), the section decided it should try travelling a little further North this season, and with that our first National event of 2016/17 was held last weekend at MB Raceway near Leeds.
As a mark of respect, we advise all clubs running events up until the State Funeral to hold a two-minute silence in memory of Her Majesty at a time of their choosing.