BRCA Nationals News

Neil Cragg wins at BRCA 2WD Rd1

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This past weekend was held the first round of the BRCA 1/10 Buggy National Championship at Robin Hood Raceway in Blyth, Nottinghamshire. Neil Cragg (Team Associated) would sweep the 2WD buggy class. Cragg took the overall TQ and the win after some tight finals from Lee Martin (Infinity) in second and Paul Crompton (Yokomo) in third.

2018 BRCA Rally X Series calendar

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The British Radio Car Association have announced all the dates and venues for the 2018 National series including Euros A & B and IFMAR Worlds dates are now live.

Elliott Boots takes 2017 BRCA Nitro Buggy title

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The fifth and final round of the 2017 BRCA Nitro Buggy National Championship was held at the Slough track over the weekend. After a great fight between Kyosho’s Elliott Boots and Nemo Racing’s Darren Bloomfield, Elliott was able to gap Darren who started to make mistakes at the 40 minute mark and took the victory from Infinity driver Lee Martin in second and Darren in third.

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Lee Martin takes BRCA 4WD Buggy title

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The final round of the BRCA was held at the Stotfold Model Car Club over the weekend. In 2WD Team Associated’s Neil Cragg took another TQ and win all 3 legs of the A final in front of Yokomo’s Lee Martin in second. In 4WD it was Lee with the forthcoming YZ-4S who took the TQ and the win. Lee took also the 4WD championship title.

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Darren Bloomfield doubles at BRCA Truggy & E-buggy Nats Rd5

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This past weekend was held the fifth round of the BRCA Truggy and E-buggy Nationals at the RWMCC track in Slough. Nemo racing’s star Darren Bloomfield would sweep both E-buggy and truggy classes. Darren would take the overall TQ and a commanding victory in E-Buggy and also in Nitro Truggy. Kyosho’s Elliott Boots and Team Associated’s Jamie Clancy rounded out the top 3 in E-buggy while TLR’s Mike Lewis and TLR’s Simon Willetts came in second and third respectively in truggy.

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NEMO Racing’s BRCA Nats Rd4 report

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Once again, this past weekend, the NemoRacing team were back at the track situated at the race track in Pembrey, Llanelli, Wales. We had a lovely start to the weekend, the boys were down on the Friday evening setting up our tables ready to offer our drivers support. Everything got sorted quite early on, so there was plenty of time for a cheeky Nandos! The first day of practice and our drivers looked really good on the track. Darren Bloomfield and Joni Skidmoore both ran in high positions for the majority of practice and qualifying rounds, which was fantastic to see. Joni and Darren both ran the new Beta wing, which seemed to lend some level of stability to the car. Track conditions weren’t bad, though there were a few rogue rocks that seemed to be dotted around.

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Elliott Boots sweeps BRCA Nats Rd4

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Round 4 of the BRCA national was held at Pembrey, in Wales on a heavily oiled track which made the traction high. Kyosho driver Elliott Boots was was able to take the overall TQ with 3 TQ’s. In his semi Elliott was late to the start so he had to start from the pit lane. After the first few laps, Elliott was able to catch the leader and go on to win by 9 seconds over seconds.

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BRCA Truggy & E-Buggy Nationals Rd4 report

Race report by Nemo Racing:

This weekend we were down at the Pembrey track within the grounds of the famous Pembrey Race circuit for round 4 of the UK e8 and truggy national championships. We arrived a little cautiously on the Saturday to set up, all too aware of last weekend’s epic weather fail at the same track. We were delighted to find it was pretty warm and sunny, perfect race weather… that was the Saturday. Sunday morning arrived wet and dreary but we all pressed on, a little water never killed anyone important and we were all ready to go.

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