King of Clubs is back for 2022! The popular 1/10th electric on-road series, King of Clubs, is back for 2022, with the third season kicking off at the Demon Raceway on April 24. Drivers from across the country will head to the home of the Aldershot Model Car Club to race for honours in the Tamiya Junior-E, Formula 1, GT and Touring Cars. After comfortably winning the internationally renowned Essex Winter Series, Adur's Tim Langdell will be looking to follow up on his maiden championship title with victory on asphalt. It will not be easy. EWS rivals Stu Rand (Eastbourne club) and Matt Quinlisk (Adur) will be out for revenge. Langdell also faces Aldershots former stock National champion Ben Cane and former King of Clubs champion Billy Fletcher (Eastbourne). All five drivers will be aiming to win the opening round. But the challenge doesn't end there. Serial podium botherers Ross Dilanda and Joe Jenyavanija (Aldershot), Billy Kavanagh and Dan Moorey (Eastbourne) and Dave Ringsell (West London) will be on the pace. The in-form George Munns and clubmate Gareth Hobson (Eastbourne) will aim to make the A-final and have the talent to do so. And then there is former Modified class champion Ben Moorey. The Eastbourne club driver has the talent to blow the class regulars away on his stock debut.