On-Road

krc-onroad

During the winter months the Kelowna RC Racing Club meets at the gymnasium of the Green Bay Bible Camp in West Kelowna to race on-road.

Race Day Program

8am – 9:30am Setup, Open practice, and registration
9:30am Drivers Meeting
9:45am First race on the line

7 thoughts on “On-Road

  1. Dwayne Laube

    Hello,

    When is your next race? Are spectators welcome to come check things out? Thanks.

    • Greg

      Hi Dwayne,

      Our next race is the first of the On-Road season, and will be on October 22nd at the Green Bay Bible Camp. Spectators are always welcome!

  2. Evan

    Hi i was wondering about a few things. do you guys drift on road and what sizes and classes do you race indoors. Thanks a bunch!

  3. Greg

    Hi Evan,
    We don’t do any drifting as it isn’t compatible with the surface we race on indoors.

    The popular classes for on-road are 1/10th scale. Mostly touring cars and GTA. There are also classes for the Tamiya Mini as well as F1 cars.

    • evan

      awesome thanks a lot.

  4. Dean

    Hey there.
    Looking to get back into racing. What classes are most competitive/ affordable?
    Any 12 scale? Motor/battery/tire rules?

    • Greg

      Hi Dean,
      The big class these days is USGT, which is a touring car class with GT style bodies and a spec tire and blinky 21.5 motor. The lower speeds keep it quite competitive, and the tires last a very long time. Touring stock is also popular, which also runs blinky 21.5 – A lot of guys will run the same car in both, just swapping the body and tires. 1/12 scale hasn’t been as popular the last couple years, though they do make an appearance here and there, as well as at the trophy races. For stock they run a blinky 17.5, with a spec tire. For mod, it’s any motor and tire, with a blinky ESC. We generally follow the WCICS rules though of course it’s a bit more relaxed for club racing. We’re actually racing today at Green Bay, you should come by and check it out!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes:

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>