We race radio-controlled model racing cars, trucks and bikes, however this isn’t as simple a statement as it might seem! There are over 13 different classes ranging from small electric powered ones that do about 30mph through to cars powered by 3.5cc internal combustion engines that do over 80mph and even those with 23cc petrol engines. The racing caters for people from all backgrounds and doesn’t discriminate on sex, age, or disability. Radio-controlled model motor racing does provide a challenging sporting environment where the skill required to drive and build the cars can be tested against other likeminded competitors.
Below is just one example of an event run by the BRCA Special Events Team at Centre:MK, This event had a global entry!
2016 Reedy 1/12 Race of Champions - Milton Keynes, UK from Stew Noble on Vimeo.
Download our 2016 Handbook or Have a Go racing Booklet to find out more
The four objects that define The British Radio Car Association.
(a) To promote the construction and racing of radio-controlled cars.
(b) To facilitate the exchange of information and ideas relating to the sport.
(c) To set rules and standards for construction and racing.
(d) To encourage National and International competition within a co-ordinated calendar.