Next Meeting Dates.
Nov 24th, Dec 8th, Dec 22nd, Jan 5th, Jan 19th, Feb 2nd.
graded depending on ability and will usually race with others of a
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.
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 A
discount is applied if you run in a 2nd class but you must ensure your
marshalling duties are covered.