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The BRCA was formed some years ago and the 1/8th rallycross section is an integral part of the association. You will find 1/8th rallycross cars being raced across the country nearly every weekend of the year at BRCA Affiliated clubs

Which you can find elsewhere on the BRCA Website, however since 1983 the rallycross section has run a full season of race meetings from April to September, with 4 championships now in place the National Championship, The Clubman, The Junior and the Over 40s Championships.

All 1/8th rallycross cars are powered by 3.5cc nitro fuel powered engines so you are not only racing your model car against others, but you also get the smell and the noise of full size motor racing. So if that has wetted your appetite for having a go at rallycross, come along to one of the clubs or come to a national event where you can discover more information.

The section prides itself on being friendly and available to answer any questions that you might have.

The 4th round of the BRCA RallyX championship would take us to a new venue, Brookthorpe model car club, just outside of Gloucester. This super smooth and undulating track looked stunning and it didn’t disappoint any of the 120 plus racers.

Round 3 of the BRCA RallyCross championship would take place just 1 week after the 2nd round but this time at the famous HNMC track. With a well prepared track it would be the traditional British weather that would this time mix things up!

The 2nd round of the 1/8th RallyCross national championships took us to East Shrewsbury Buggy Racing club in the West Midlands on July 24th and 25th. This large, fast track with its unique surface would really mix things up and make for a great few days of racing, and with predicted unsettled weather tyre and set up choice may also come into play.

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