The countdown has officially begun for the release of the highly anticipated RC documentary film, King of Clubs on VOD. The film unapologetically delves into the world of RC racing, closely following the likes of Olly Jeffries, Chris Grainger and Harley Eldridge – as they compete for the title of King (..or ‘queen’) of Clubs in a series of race meets in the South of England.

The film will undoubtedly have you on the edge of your seat throughout as tensions fly, almost as fast as these 70mph cars, at tracks across Adur, Aldershot, Colchester, Eastbourne and West London.

Will consistent RC champion Olly Jeffries take the title? Or will RC legend Chris Grainger swoop in and claim the trophy? Or perhaps it’s time for some fresh talent to shine and the young Harley Eldridge will secure herself a win…

Set your alarms ! King Of Clubs, will be released on VOD on November 20th and will be available to rent or buy at Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Google Play and YouTube Film & TV.



BRCA Chairman, Darren Newton, says ‘The British Radio Car Association, as the governing body that promotes the construction and racing of all types of radio car within the UK, are pleased to support the release of this fantastic film and it’s been great to see our affiliated event King of Clubs in action on screen.’


Director and Producer, Greg Cruttwell - “Park the Bus are delighted to be releasing our new documentary, King Of Clubs, which lifts the lid and looks inside the fascinating hidden world of remote-control car racing, a world that launched the career of Lewis Hamilton and others.”


Andy Hyde of RC Vision - “this documentary film comes out hot on the heels of Sir Lewis Hamilton reminiscing on Sky Sports about RC racing as a child and the doors to the world of racing and engineering being opened up for him. Our country desperately needs a diverse new generation of children and young people to become scientists, engineers and technologists. This documentary offers a much-needed insight into the emotion and the journey of some of the world’s best RC racers.”


[Article by Nikita Finnigan - BRCA for Park The Bus LTD]