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  1. The first BRCA Off-Road National of the season took place at Robin Hood Raceway over the weekend. A full complement of drivers were greeted by a well prepped track and though the weather started wet, windy and cold the sun did at least appear once qualifying started on Saturday. For the 2WD event the all Astroturf track was a mixture of quick open corners with some really testing jumps and adverse camber sections. Grip was good and remained consistent once the track had dried. The defending champion Darren Bloomfield wasn’t in attendance, but the rest of the usual suspects were and competition was as tight as expected. It was Neil Cragg that took pole position after a fabulous last round performance to just pip Lee Martin with Nathan Waters lining up third. The finals saw a cracking display of racing from the top two who proved to be a step quicker than the rest. Lee took the first leg after a mistake from Neil, with the latter making amends in leg two driving to a well controlled victory. The final leg was nip and tuck all the way with a definitive passing move from Lee flying out of the whoops to go around Neil into the banking. This was enough for the leg win and with it overall victory. Result – 2WD 1. Lee Martin – Yokomo 2. Neil Cragg – Team Associated 3. Tom Cockerill – Yokomo 4. Nathan Waters – Schumacher 5. Tom Yardy – Yokomo 6. Simon Moss – Schumacher 7. Craig Collinson – Team C 8. Ben Jemison – Schumacher 9. Greg Williams – Team Associated 10. Kevin Lee – Team C The weather for the 4WD event was still super windy with most of those pitting in gazebos moving into the relative safety of the huge communal marquee the RHR crew put on for the racers each year. The track layout was vastly different in shape, but saw the same mix of quick corners with various quirky features thrown in. Form was the same as 2WD with Neil Cragg and Lee Martin clearly ahead of the rest and although Lee closed the gap during the first three rounds, Neil was quickest in all of them to secure pole position with one round still to go. Just as well as the rain arrived halfway through the final round to really mix things up. The finals again were all about Neil and Lee, with Neil taking the first leg and Lee the second after some great nose to tail racing. The final leg was a fitting end to the season opener with Neil initially holding the advantage, but he made one tiny error which meant a missed apex and this was enough for Lee to pounce and dive through into the lead. With no errors from Lee it was all over as he took the leg and overall win. Result – 4WD 1. Lee Martin – Yokomo 2. Neil Cragg -Team Associated 3. Tom Cockerill – Yokomo 4. Kevin Lee – Team C 5. Craig Collinson – Team C 6. Ellis Stafford – TLR 7. Richard Lowe – HB 8. Simon Moss – Schumacher 9. Tom Yardy – Team Associated 10. Danny McGee – Schumacher Source: RC Racer
  2. <IMG src="" width="600"> Round one of the 2014/15 BRCA 1/12th nationals took place in West Kent, UK. With a full entry for round one it was shaping up to be a great event and season. The popularity of 1/12th in the UK has increased over the past two seasons which is great to see for one of RC racings oldest class. Saturday would see four rounds of qualifying and one final for all competitors split across two classes, 10.5 blinky and 13.5 blinky. In the 10.5 class Olly Jefferies took his X12 to fastest time in every qualifying round to eventually line up on pole by four seconds with multiple world champion David Spashett lining up in second, the top two were a lap clear of third place Mark Stiles. The final was a lights to flag victory for Olly with the biggest battle being for second place, David Spashett made a mistake early on allowing Stiles through and although David tried his best to find a way past, Mark held onto second place to the end. Daniel Holmes and Aidan Ripley also made the A final driving they're XRAY x12s. 10.5 blinky results: 1. Olly Jefferies – XRAY X12 2. Mark Stiles 3. David Spashett 4. Daniel Holmes 5. Mick Farrell Sunday would see the classes split between open mod and 10.5 blinky but keeping the same format as the previous day. Olly Jefferies once again led the way and took the fastest time in every round of qualifying to line up on pole with Mark Stiles having a great run lining up second. The open modified A final unfortunately got cut short due to the carpet being pulled up in one area of the track, with no time to re run the race the positions were taken from the lap previous. Olly once again took the win with David Spashett second and Mark Stiles in third. Andy Murray also made the A final using the latest XRAY x12'15 Open modified results: 1. Olly Jefferies – XRAY X12 2. David Spashett 3. Mark stiles 4. Chris Kerswell 5. Matt White So a perfect start for Olly and XRAY. Olly took Tq and the win at every modified national last year and with this recent win has now Tq and won seven rounds in a row. Round two takes place in three weeks’ time at Stocksbridge.
  3. <IMG src="" width="600"> Round 2 of the 2013/14 BRCA 1/12 nationals took place in Stocksbridge near Sheffield last weekend. The venue has been resurrected by David Underwood and with the purchase of some brand new carpet and track markings it is hoped that it will become a popular club for drivers in the local area. On Saturday in the LMP12 10.5 stock class, Olly Jefferies took a comfortable tq driving his Reedy and LRP powered Associated. He was barely challenged in qualifying and looked to be well on top of his car setup and driving. Chris Kerswell qualified alongside Olly for Serpent/Hobbywing, with Mark Stiles completing the top-3 for Yokomo/Reedy/LRP. In the A final Olly got away cleanly and began to stretch his legs at the front. Mark managed to pass Chris for 2nd in the early stages, but a mistake then dropped him down to 4th place behind Adam Catchpole’s Corally. Shortly afterwards an uncharacteristic mistake and resulting crash put Olly out of contention, gifting the lead to Chris who drove a clean race to take the win. Adam and Mark fought for 2nd place, with Adam eventually coming out on top. In the LMP12 13.5 class Keith Robertson took an easy tq and win for Associated/Reedy ahead of Andy Sawyer’s LRP powered Corally. GT12 was won by David Hall driving a Schumacher, following the demise of pole-sitter Sam Clifton. Sunday would see faster motors and an even more dominant performance from Olly Jefferies in qualifying. Olly was the class of the field all day and despite breaking down with 2 laps remaining in the penultimate qualifier, he set the fastest time in the final run to line up on pole for the A-final. David Spashett qualified 2nd with the Zen-Racing RS chassis he designed himself, with Chris Kerswell and Mark Stiles completing the front two rows of the grid. There were no mistakes for Olly in the A-final this time and he led the race from start to finish. Mark Stiles finished 2nd following a solid drive but was over 3 seconds adrift of Olly at the end, with David Spashett holding onto third following a scrappy race for the reigning British Champion. The LMP12 Sport class was again dominated by Keith Robertson. He beat Jim Spencer in the A final to cap off a good weekend. GT12 was won by Schumacher’s Sam Clifton; he managed to keep it all together after taking top spot in qualifying. The next round of the series will be at Tamworth in just 3 weeks time. The event is already over-subscribed in several classes, but there are a number of places available in Sunday’s LMP12 classes.Results and other info relating to the series can be found on the BRCA website Setup: Yokomo R12C3 - Mark Stiles - BRCA Nationals - Stockbridge - 17.11.2013 - Source: M. Stiles / BRCA
  4. After six hard-fought rounds at the most challenging UK venues, Neil Cragg is the BRCA 2WD National Champion. Driving a Reedy LiPo-powered C4.1 Centro converted B4.1, Neil clinched the title in style by winning the sixth round from the pole position at the Southport venue. Teammate Paul Bradby fought tooth and nail with Neil throughout the season. Heading into the final round, Paul still had a chance to win the championship but fell just short. However, he did score enough points to finish a close second overall. Tom Yardy rounded out the podium positions to make it a 1-2-3 sweep for the Reedy team. Source: Team Associated
  5. <img src="" width="650"> Neil Cragg is the new 2011 BRCA 2WD champion! Full report and photos online sono on our partner Oople
  6. <img src="" width="550" British Radio Car Association (BRCA) refreshed its website and have now a new look design. BRCA, la fédération Anglaise, vient de relooker son site internet