Here's what you will find at the Raceway in order of Current Popularity........


Touring Cars

Touring Car

1/10th Scale Electric Touring Cars, running on slick rubber tyres with 13.5, 10.5 and Modified Motors. Not our recommended beginner's car, but if you can get a Mardave around the track without collisions then you can progress if budget permits. Costs typically between £250 for a complete second hand one, right up to £1000-£1500 for top spec equipment.


Mardaves

Mardave

1/12th Scale 'Budget' Electric Pan Car, running on foam tyres with basic G2 motors with 4 cell NiMh batteries or 1 cell lipo with 13.5 brushless systems. Ideal for Beginners, kits cost from £55 to £65. Complete cars costing from £130 with charger and radio gear. Very solid with very cheap spares.


12th Pan Cars

12th Pan Car

1/12th Scale Electric Pan Cars, running on foam tyres this class of racing is probably one of the oldest in the country and started off way back in the 1970ís. The cars we race today are 1:12th scale replicas of the modern day Le Mans prototype sports cars such as the Bentley and the Audi. The cars are of a simple design but feature the use of latest materials such as carbon fibre and titanium. This makes them very lightweight which gives them their incredible speed and acceleration, making them probably the fastest of any of the electric classes of racing. Costs typically between £150 for a complete second hand one, right up to £600-£800 for top spec equipment.


2WD Minis

Mini

1/12th Scale Electric 2wd touring Car, running on rubber or foam tyres these are great fun to race. Variety of bodyshells from classic Minis, VW Campers, Bugs, Rally cars, classics etc.. Front Wheels drive makes it challenging. Ideal for Beginners, kits cost from £120 to £160 for a Complete car.


Others we see at the track regularly

GT 1/10 Pan Car 1/10th Scale version of the 12th Pan, with a wide range of shells available from retro American classics to sleak racing shells for maximum performance. The second fastest formula around the Raceway.

F1 1/10 Pan Car 1/10th Scale version of a Formula 1 car, get a heat of these on the line and they are great to watch. open wheel racing means we often see them flying through the air. A very exciting formula


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