South East RC Club is a radio cntrolled car club dedicated to Large Scale On Road Racing - 1/5th the size of a real car, they are big and they are fast!. The club entertain some exciting catergories; Touring Cars, Mini's and Trucks with F1 and Motorbikes to come in the future. Real engines, hydraulic braking systems and much more - the closest you will get to the real thing!
The club hosts has a Winter Series and a Summer Series using athe professional BBK timing system. This gives a true racing time and places can be determined by a 1000th of a second! For our race days we hire & use Brookland Raceway's, a track designed purposely for this great sport! We are able to run good race meetings with accurate lap times & a proper race format of three heats & finals.
We have a very friendly approach to racing at the club with racers from all ages taking part, we produce top class drivers that regularly take part in the national series with great success, so their is plenty of help on hand to make your experience more fun & memorable. Come along and see for yourself!
About: The South East Radio Control Car Club
SERCCC Summer Series
Sunday 1st October 2017
(1/5th Touring Cars, F1's, Mini's)
(Acess from 7.30 Am, Booking in 9am, Qualifying Starts 10am, Finals Start 2.30pm - Please note, these are approximate times)
Location: Brookland Raceway's The Camp Brookland Kent TN29 9TF
If you would like to attend a race meeting and require more information, please call:
Mark Grant: 07931 913179
Public Viewing Welcome!
Want to know what On Road Large Scale Racing is? Then check out these Mini's - this is what we do!
The South East Radio Controlled Car Club is the Largest On Road Large Scale Radio Control Car Club in the UK&I, 1/8th Scale will also be joining us for the 2017 Summer Series!
The club see regularly see 30 - 40 drivers turning up at each race meeting to battle it out on the track, Touring Cars, Mini's, F1s and Outlaws (Off Roaders with On Road tyres, Winter Series) all want a podium spot!
Listen to the roar of the powerful two stroke engine, allow the tyres to warm up then listen for the sqeal of the tyre trying to maintain grip on high speed corners, smell the clutches coming to life as the power is launhced from the engine to the wheels and know that the brakes are heating up nicely to ensure being able to stop on a sixpence! Want a piece of this... trust me, once you've witnessed it - you'll be hooked.
Race or specate? All are welcome, keep an eye out for the next meeting date and make an appearance!
Look forward to seeing you seen...