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Nationals & Clubmans Championships Cancellation Notice:
Further to our earlier message, the BRCA 1/10 Electric Section Committee have decided to cancel all BRCA Nationals and Clubmans races for the 2020 season.
Please be assured this decision was not taken lightly, and we share your disappointment that these races will not proceed. However, your families health is our primary focus, and with uncertainty over social distancing and travel measures further into 2020, we believe providing you with certainty over these races is the right thing to do.
If you wish to request a refund, please email email@example.com by 30 September 2020. Please note that refunds are processed centrally by the BRCA, and due to expected volumes, refunds will be issued on a monthly basis. All money not refunded will be donated in full to this years’ Nationals and Clubmans tracks.
We truly hope that we will all be able to return to our sport at the earliest opportunity, and would encourage you to continue to support your local clubs at an appropriate time when government guidelines permit.
We will shortly turn our attention to the 2021 championships, for which we will be in touch further in due course.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support
BRCA 1/10 Electric Section Committee
Welcome to the 10th Electric Circuit Section of the BRCA, sometimes known as "Touring Cars"
The BRCA 10th Electric Circuit Section, together with the host clubs, run a professional, friendly and well organised competition that welcomes drivers of all abilities.
Our aim is to organise the best national championship in the world while giving good value for money. We hope you will come and race with us. Please do not hesitate to contact us directly if we can be of any assistance.
Good luck with your racing during the forthcoming season.
What do we do?
Essentially we race radio controlled 1/10th. scale Off-Road racing cars. All cars are electric powered.The racing caters for people from all backgrounds and does not discriminate on sex, age, or disability.It does provide; a challenging sporting environment where the skill required to drive and build the cars can be tested against other like-minded competitors.
Where do we do it?
The short answer is everywhere.It’s quite likely that there is a club somewhere near where you live. Included in this website are details of the representatives of your Region, along with their contact details and even a map with many clubs that could be just round the corner from your home.Another method of finding your local club is by contacting your local model shops, five minutes spent on the phone or internet, can open up a whole new dimension and fun in model motor sport.
Who are we?
We are a group of RC racing enthusiasts whose aims are best summed up by objective No. 1 — ‘To promote the construction and racing of radio controlled cars’. Please remember we are all non-paid volunteers doing what we can for model car racing.
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The 1/10ic section comprises of two different classes of 1/10th scale nitro powered cars one being 200mm touring shell class and the other being GT220 sports class.also we have two classes of gt8 clasess one being nitro powered the other being electric class all the rules for these classes can be found on main brca site.we hold national meetings up and down the country on purpose built tarmac tracks.there is no age limit on drivers so from experts to novice you will find plenty of help at track side to set your car up.all our meetings are held over two days saturday being practic day and sunday being race day if any one is interested in joining us all the details and contact numbers on main site.also you will find a list of all clubs that run nitro cars .we also offer the opportunities to represcent out country at european events.
Our national meetings are run over two days, with Saturday playing host to open practice for all participants. Sunday is made up of 4 rounds of 4 minute qualifying heats for 220 Nitro and 200 Nitro. GT8 Nitro and GT8 Electric have a 5 minute heat with a 2 minute warm up. Your best time from the heats deciding on which final you will be assigned to with the top 10 times entering the A Final, the next 10 in the B Final and so on. The finals contain more of an endurance aspect with the A Finals being of 30 minute duration!
Opportunities to represent the country are also available in the form of the annual European Championships and the World Championships which is hosted every other year.
If you are interested in starting in 1/10th IC or GT8 racing then why not pop along to your local club or even one of our national meetings where the racers would be more than happy to advise you.