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6 days ago
Sydney RC Car Club

Entries for Sunday are open!

Thanks to Glenn Welch for stepping up to run race control and Nick Aiken for stepping up to run the BBQ!

Track Open at 8am, racing from 9am

Enter here: clubmanrc.com/event/84

See you all Sunday!
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Entries for Sunday are open!

Thanks to Glenn Welch for stepping up to run race control and Nick Aiken for stepping up to run the BBQ!

Track Open at 8am, racing from 9am

Enter here: https://clubmanrc.com/event/84

See you all Sunday!

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will there be BBQ breakfast? egg 'n bacon rolls?

1 week ago
Sydney RC Car Club

After the success of the 2022 Ryde Cup, we return in 2023 for yet another instalment of our biggest race of the year!

We are pleased to announce that the 2023 Denair Australia Ryde Cup: Chilly Bowl!

Thanks to Denair Australia for coming on board as title sponsor for the 2023 Ryde Cup!
denaircompressors.com.au/

There are still sponsorship opportunities available, so if you’re interested, please let us know!

We have settled on a format and are keen to bring the most on-track action we can! So, book out June 10th and 11th on your calendar for an epic weekend of racing!

Entries are open and spots are limited, so get on it! clubmanrc.com/club/event/75

For the race format, we have decided to stick with the speedway style format that we used at the 2022 version of the Ryde cup! There was only heads up racing for all classes, and it definitely proved to be a winner with all the racers involved.

Even though we have stuck with the same format, we will be doing a couple of exciting things for the event to make it stand out!

Firstly, we will have Mitch on the Mic coming down from Queensland to be our guest commentator for the weekend. Mitchell has been a regular voice in the South-East Queensland race scene and is also pretty handy with a radio as well!

Secondly, Thanks to our Broadcast sponsor Campbelltown Hobbies, you will be able to enjoy all the racing action from wherever you are able to jump online! We will have Matt and Tony from RC Race Media trackside to do a full event broadcast. These two gents have been spending plenty of time behind the camera practising for our big show.

Along with the race format, the Media coverage is sure to make for an exciting atmosphere!

Classes offered will be:
💥Campbelltown Hobbies 2wd Open Buggy
💥 4wd Open Buggy
💥 2wd Junior Spec Buggy (Hobbywing G4 21.5T motor)
💥Short Course Truck

Short course truck is sure to be a bit of fun! We plan on messing with those drivers purely for the entertainment of the crowd. You’ll have to stay tuned to see what we come up with……..

Class cost will be:
💥 Junior $10
💥1st Class $30
💥 2nd Class $20

Although we have used the current race format before, it has been a while. So here is a rundown of what to expect:

Qualifying:

💥 single 10min session run on Saturday afternoon (if you are unable to attend Saturday don't worry, this will have very little impact on your overall result)
💥Top 5 average laps (non-consecutive) will determine the starting order for the first of three heat races.
💥TQ will be car 1 in heat 1, 2nd will be car 1 heat 2, 3rd will be car 1 heat 3, 4th will be Car 1 heat 4.
💥 5th will then be car 2 heat 1, and so on.
💥Check out the website for a full breakdown of starting positions.

Heat races:

💥3x5 min races on Sunday morning
💥1 Point for 1st, then increments of 1 point for every position.
💥 1st race will be normal grid.
💥 2nd race will be reverse grid (based on finishing order)
💥3rd race grid will be determined by overall points in that heat.
💥 top 2 from each heat (based on total points) will qualify for the A main
💥 positions 11 through 22 will go into a Last Chance Qualifier.

LCQ:
💥Single 5 min race, with top 2 progressing to the A main.

Top 10 shootout:
💥sets starting positions for the top 10 in the A mains.
💥one car on track at a time
💥1 warmup lap
💥3 timed laps to set your best time.

Finals:
💥Triple A mains
💥Double Lower mains

Ryde Cup Champion:
💥Combined results of 2wd and 4wd open.

Full event info can be found here: drive.google.com/file/d/1IS_eWfqqbDQIj3JyCQ7CJak86V3VAP7x/view?usp=sharing

This is sure to be a cracker of an event, but the real question is, will anyone be able to dethrone the 2-time defending Champ Lachlan Donnelly RC Racing?

Only time will tell!

See you all there!
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After the success of the 2022 Ryde Cup, we return in 2023 for yet another instalment of our biggest race of the year!

We are pleased to announce that the 2023 Denair Australia Ryde Cup: Chilly Bowl!

Thanks to Denair Australia for coming on board as title sponsor for the 2023 Ryde Cup!
https://denaircompressors.com.au/

There are still sponsorship opportunities available, so if you’re interested, please let us know!

We have settled on a format and are keen to bring the most on-track action we can! So, book out June 10th and 11th on your calendar for an epic weekend of racing!

Entries are open and spots are limited, so get on it! https://clubmanrc.com/club/event/75

For the race format, we have decided to stick with the speedway style format that we used at the 2022 version of the Ryde cup! There was only heads up racing for all classes, and it definitely proved to be a winner with all the racers involved. 

Even though we have stuck with the same format, we will be doing a couple of exciting things for the event to make it stand out! 

Firstly, we will have Mitch on the Mic coming down from Queensland to be our guest commentator for the weekend. Mitchell has been a regular voice in the South-East Queensland race scene and is also pretty handy with a radio as well!

Secondly, Thanks to our Broadcast sponsor Campbelltown Hobbies, you will be able to enjoy all the racing action from wherever you are able to jump online! We will have Matt and Tony from RC Race Media trackside to do a full event broadcast. These two gents have been spending plenty of time behind the camera practising for our big show.

Along with the race format, the Media coverage is sure to make for an exciting atmosphere!

Classes offered will be:
💥Campbelltown Hobbies 2wd Open Buggy
💥 4wd Open Buggy
💥 2wd Junior Spec Buggy (Hobbywing G4 21.5T motor)
💥Short Course Truck

Short course truck is sure to be a bit of fun! We plan on messing with those drivers purely for the entertainment of the crowd. You’ll have to stay tuned to see what we come up with……..

Class cost will be:
💥 Junior $10
💥1st Class $30
💥 2nd Class $20

Although we have used the current race format before, it has been a while. So here is a rundown of what to expect:

Qualifying:

💥 single 10min session run on Saturday afternoon (if you are unable to attend Saturday dont worry, this will have very little impact on your overall result)
💥Top 5 average laps (non-consecutive) will determine the starting order for the first of three heat races.
💥TQ will be car 1 in heat 1, 2nd will be car 1 heat 2, 3rd will be car 1 heat 3, 4th will be Car 1 heat 4.
💥 5th will then be car 2 heat 1, and so on.
💥Check out the website for a full breakdown of starting positions.

Heat races:

💥3x5 min races on Sunday morning
💥1 Point for 1st, then increments of 1 point for every position.
💥 1st race will be normal grid.
💥 2nd race will be reverse grid (based on finishing order)
💥3rd race grid will be determined by overall points in that heat.
💥 top 2 from each heat (based on total points) will qualify for the A main
💥 positions 11 through 22 will go into a Last Chance Qualifier.

LCQ:
💥Single 5 min race, with top 2 progressing to the A main.

Top 10 shootout:
💥sets starting positions for the top 10 in the A mains.
💥one car on track at a time
💥1 warmup lap
💥3 timed laps to set your best time.

Finals:
💥Triple A mains
💥Double Lower mains

Ryde Cup Champion:
💥Combined results of 2wd and 4wd open.

Full event info can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IS_eWfqqbDQIj3JyCQ7CJak86V3VAP7x/view?usp=sharing

This is sure to be a cracker of an event, but the real question is, will anyone be able to dethrone the 2-time defending Champ Lachlan Donnelly RC Racing?

Only time will tell!

See you all there!

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It's that 1/8?

Travis Condon Matthew Lawrance Andre OOdre Roeland Come down, going to be my first meet hopefully 🤞 Tyler Marsh will be 💯

Chad Annetts you in

1 week ago
Sydney RC Car Club

It's race week!

And we are back to Sunday racing, after the successful completion of the 2023 Campbelltown Hobbies Night series.

Entries are now open: clubmanrc.com/event/84

Matt and Peter will be away, so it's the first chance to earn some racer rewards!

See you at the track 😎
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Its race week!

And we are back to Sunday racing, after the successful completion of the 2023 Campbelltown Hobbies Night series.

Entries are now open: https://clubmanrc.com/event/84

Matt and Peter will be away, so its the first chance to earn some racer rewards!

See you at the track 😎
2 weeks ago
Sydney RC Car Club

A few SRCCC regulars are heading to Maitland Off-Road Radio Controlled Car Club Inc. this Sunday for the third round of their Autumn cup.

They have traveled down for all the rounds of our Night Series, so let's return the favor!Hi members and guest.
3 more days to get your entries in for round 3 of the Autumn Cup.
Please head over to www.clubmanrc.com/event/43 to get those entries in.
We need a minimum of 15 entries pre-entered for each event to proceed. For a class to run, we will also need a minimum of 4 entries per class.
So we would love to see you all there for a great day of racing.
Please remember we have temporary access to the track so all you need to bring is your car and gear. We will supply gazebos, tables, chairs and power for a stress free race day.
Easy to park across the road behind the car dealership and walk across. (Please be aware of traffic at all times when crossing that main road).
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A few SRCCC regulars are heading to Maitland Off-Road Radio Controlled Car Club Inc. this Sunday for the third round of their Autumn cup. 

They have traveled down for all the rounds of our Night Series, so lets return the favor!
2 weeks ago
Sydney RC Car Club

And just like that the 2023 Campbelltown Hobbies night series has come to an end.

For round 7 we got 2 qualifiers and a single final for everyone before the rain settled in. It was unfortunate, but the track up until that point was phenomenal. The grip was beyond anything we have ever seen, and it was super consistent.

Before we get into the results, we must give a shoutout to some of our junior drivers. Hugo Tsang and Noah Carter were both in contention for the podium in the senior classes and gave up their junior podium for the main podium. This allowed our other juniors to enjoy the spotlight a little bit. Thanks guys!

4wd

Heading into the final round, Matt Seckold and Hugo Tsang were separated by one point. Noah Carter was also in the mix, if he had a good result, he would be able to jump into contention. It was going to be whoever finished higher taking out the overall win! Hugo qualified well, scoring 3rd overall on the grid. Matt had a shocking run and would start 8th. With Noah Carter taking the pole position. The start of the final was Chaotic to say the least. Noah got away clean and checked out. But the next 5 cars piled into each other 3 times on the opening lap. By some miracle, Matt made his way up to 2nd, carving his way around the carnage that ensued in front of him. From here, Noah got out to a 20 second lead, then Matt was 10- seconds in front of 3rd. Our top 2 drivers drove smooth and clean, to bring home the positions they had held since lap 1. Since the weather affected the rest of the night, this race was used to determine the overall results for the evening. The overall podium was super tight. 5 points was the difference between 1st and 3rd. With a tie break needed for 2nd and 3rd. The tie break was the number of Hot Lap and TQ bonus points achieved. Thus, the top 3 for the series would be:

1. Matt Seckold (298 pts)
2. Noah Carter (293 pts)
3. Hugo Tsang (293 pts)

4wd Juniors

We had 9 junior drivers contesting the open 4wd buggy class for the 2023 series. All of them performed flawlessly, and as mentioned previously, we even had a few in contention for the overall wins in the open classes. Only 5 points separated the top 2 Junior drivers. Finn Aiken having good consistency taking the overall, chased closely by Lisa Byrne. Both drivers showed great improvement over the series. Rounding out the podium would be Tyler Marsh, who only managed 3 rounds after relocating from QLD. I’m sure we’ll see him at more races in the future!

1. Finn Aiken (255 pts)
2. Lisa Byrne (250 pts)
3. Tyler Marsh (159 pts)

2wd

Not quite as close at the top of the Podium, 2wd was exciting for the battle between 3rd and 4th place drivers who were only separated by 5 points. Hugo Tsang holding down 3rd, with Veteran Dean Blaxall only just behind in 4th. It was going to be an exciting battle between these two. Peter Seckold took out Q1, John Phillpott took out Q2. John’s time was 3 seconds slower, giving him 2nd on the grid. The real battle was going to be between Hugo and Dean. Hugo placed his buggy 3rd on the grid, and Dean had an off night in 10th. Unfortunately for Dean, he would wind up in the B-main, all but giving Hugo the podium position for the series. The first and only final saw Peter take the win, Marc Hallam in 2nd and Gavin Webb in 3rd. some solid results for the series, with some good battles between Peter and Jon. Overall results were:

1. Peter Seckold (326 pts)
2. Jon Phillpott (298 pts)
3. Hugo Tsang (290 pts)

2wd Juniors

Our 2wd class saw fewer juniors, but there was still some good competition. With Hugo making the main podium, this left the door open for Finn Aiken to take the double and claim the 2wd junior win as well! Lisa Byrne again in second, with a surprise 3rd place for Will Aiken. Having only raced at one round, he did enough to jump onto the 2wd Junior Podium. We hope to see a few more juniors jump out of the spec class and join the open class.

1. Finn Aiken (246 pts)
2. Lisa Byrne (179 pts)
3. Will Aiken (43 pts)

THE RAFFLE!

Thanks to the generosity of the crew at Campbelltown Hobbies, we were able to give away an Swokrz S14-4C 4wd buggy kit!

And the lucky winner was……………………………….. Russell Kiefer!

Please get in contact with us and we will arrange to get the new kit to you!

And that concludes the 2023 night series!
A massive thanks to Campbelltown Hobbies for their continued support of the club. They are the longest standing sponsor and have done so much to help the club and hobby in general. So, thank you to Michael, Stephen, Alison, Chad, and Stewart for all their support for this series. We look forward to 2024.

See you all at the next race!
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Well done Sydney RC Car Club...the night series is awesome. Thanks to all involved in helping make it happen. It is always enjoyable spending the afternoon at the track. Big shout out to all the Juniors...such great racing role models👍

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