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 Next Meeting Dates
        July 19th, Aug 2nd, Aug 16th, Aug 30th, Sep 13th, Sep 27th, Oct 11th.


Drivers are graded depending on ability and will usually race with others of a similar standard.
Each meeting consists of 3 rounds of Heats followed by one round of Finals. There can be up to 10 drivers in a heat or final. The fastest time for each driver places him in a qualifying list which is used to determine positions for the Finals. The first 5 - 10 fastest qualifiers will form the A Final, then the next 5 - 10 fastest qualifiers form the B Final etc...

(Info for newcomers to the hobby) The club uses transponders. these are small boxes usually attached to your car body-shell. When your car passes over the timing loop, the transponder sends a signal to the timing computer and your lap is counted. If you do not put a transponder on your car then your laps will not be counted. If you do not have a hole in your body-shell for a transponder, don't panic, we can make it for you, just ask.

Further Information

Booking in starts at approximately 6-30, and closes at 7-15 sharp. If you're running a bit late but still want to race, ring up one of the committee members before 7-15 and we will enter you into the event. See Contact Us page for mobile numbers. Meetings finish at 10-30 pm.

If it is your first visit to the club, say hello to the guys at race control when you first arrive and give them your name, your frequency, and your ability level, ie: novice..... intermediate.....etc.

After you have finished racing, place your car on the pit table and go straight out to marshal.

It costs 10.00 per driver per class to race at the SRCC Meetings. If you want to race 2 classes then a discount is given on the 2nd class of 5