BRCA Nationals News

Elliott Boots TQs & wins at BRCA Nitro Buggy Rd1

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The first round of the BRCA 1/8 Rallycross Nationals was held at the HNMC track last weekend. After 5 intensive rounds of qualifying between Elliott Boots (SWORKz), Jamie Clancy (Team Associated) and Callum Niblett (XRAY) it was E.Boots who set the TQ by winning 3 rounds. In the 45-minute final E.Boots would open a gap on the field, winning the final from Jonny Skidmore (Agama) in second and Lee Martin (Infinity) in third.

Yardy & Cragg win at BRCA 1/10 buggy Nats Rd2

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The second round of the BRCA 1/10 Buggy Nationals was held at the Kidderminster track over the weekend in changing weather conditions. In 2WD Modified Buggy it was Lee Martin (Yokomo) who set the overall TQ but in the finals it was Tom Yardy (Schumacher) who took the win in front of L.Martin in second and Neil Cragg (Team Associated) in third. In 4WD Modified Buggy, N.Cragg was able to take the overall TQ and the win from Elliott Boots (SWORKz) in second while L.Martin came in third.

Lewis Jones TQs & wins at BRCA Nitro E-buggy Nats Rd1

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The first round of the BRCA E-Buggy and Nitro Truck National Championship was held at the Herts Nitro Model Club track in the UK. Changing spring weather conditions made tyre choice critical. Lewis Jones (Team Associated) despite his lack of training in the E-buggy class was able to took the overall TQ by winning the first two qualifying rounds. For the 15-minute final, the track was a little rutted but despite these challenging conditions, L.Jones managed to lead from start to finish. His teammate Mike Lewis came in second while Simon Reeves (HB Racing) finished third on the podium.

Jamie Clancy TQs & wins at BRCA Nitro Truck Nats Rd1

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The first round of the BRCA E-Buggy and Nitro Truck National Championship was held at the famous HNMC track in the UK. Jamie Clancy (Team Associated) was the man to beat. J.Clancy set the overall TQ and brought home the win from Jon Hazlewood (Agama) in second while Mitchell Booth (Tekno) came in third.

Boots & Martin win at BRCA 1/10 buggy Rd1

The first round of the BRCA 1/10th Buggy National Championship was held at the famous Robin Hood Raceway in Worksop, UK. In the 4WD class, Elliott Boots (SWORKz) took the win for his first race with the S14-3 in front of Lee Martin and Neil Cragg in second and third respectively. In the 2WD buggy class it was N.Cragg (Team Associated) who set the overall TQ but couldn’t convert in the finals as L.Martin (Yokomo) brought home the win from N.Cragg while Tom Cockerill (Yokomo) came in third. 

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Lee Martin wins at BRCA Rally X Rd5

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This past weekend was held the fifth and final round of the BRCA 1/8 Rally X Championship in Slough. Elliott Boots (Kyosho) took the overall TQ but in the 45 minutes final it was Lee Martin (Infinity) who grabbed the win from Team Associated duo of Neil Cragg in second and Jamie Clancy in third.

Darren Bloomfield takes 3 consecutive BRCA E-buggy title

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The last round of the BRCA E-buggy National Championships was held at the famous RWMCC club. Darren opened his tittle chase way back in April at Brookthorpe a totally new track to the BRCA scene, with some very close qualifying D.Bloomfield would start the main second on the grid. Despite a heavy downpour just before the start he claimed a convincing win.

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23rd BRCA title for Neil Cragg!

Source: Neil Cragg (Facebook)

The sixth and final round of the BRCA 1/10 Buggy National Championship was held at the Boughton track over the weekend. In the 2WD class Neil Cragg (Team Associated) took the win in front of Lee Martin (Yokomo) in second and Michal Orlowski (Schumacher) in third. In the 4WD class L. Martin grabbed the win from M. Orlowski and N. Cragg in second and third respectively. At the overall championship Neil added both 2WD and 4WD titles to his record. L. Martin and Tom Cockerill (Yokomo) rounded out the top 3 overall.

“That’s 23 for me, I’m setting that number so high these young guys coming through are never gonna reach it!” – Neil Cragg

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