COVID-19 Message from the BRCA SoutHeast Regional Rep – Steve Brooke


Hi there, some or all of you may have received or seen the content of the email sent to clubs and officials.

It’s quite clear in it’s requirements and I know some clubs have already adopted these requirements, could ALL please share by the usual means, social media, websites or even face2face (though that may not be the best policy if following current advice and guidelines!).

We may have to re-visit the calendar once further guidance has been issued but obviously there are limitations on dates available and the longevity of the season.

As you can also see it is recommended that clubs also adopt the same principals, and clubs in other Regions are stating that practice is also not allowed, this is obviously difficult to police at the likes of Barham, Plough and EPR due to the nature of their sites. Will leave up to club officials to advise.

Thanks for you assistance in these difficult times, as you can see further announcements are expected, will forward anything relevant!


Steve Brooke

COVID19 Official Communication from BRCA

To ALL BRCA Members


The sport is facing some very difficult times, as part of the wider sporting community we are required to do our bit to help contain the spread of the virus by limiting the social gatherings that are the core of what we do.

Hence the Association Executive has had to take the following steps


ALL our Association events (i.e. all our Nationals and Regionals) that should have been happening between Now until the end of April will either be Postponed or Cancelled.

Please look out for announcements from the sections concerned as they get this resolved, please allow them the time to get this done as it’s expected that trying to adjust the calendar at this time of the year will be difficult.

We Have Recommend to All our Clubs that they do likewise and close for the same period of time.

While we appreciate that this is difficult to do and will have financial implications for some clubs it is not a decision that the Executive have taken lightly.

We can, of course, only advise this to the Clubs and it’s their decision to follow this advice, or not, but we do believe that this is the responsible course of action to take and so it’s recommended that Clubs close until the end of April, but with a plan in place to recommence when we can.

We will continue to update you on the situation as this develops and if the current advise we are receiving changes.


Darren Newton

BRCA Chairman

Covid-19 FORCC Shutdown

Good evening everyone.

Several members have messaged me over the last few days asking if FORCC is carrying on racing given the current Covid-19 pandemic sweeping the planet.

As much as we’d hoped that would be carrying on, after much deliberation we’ve taken the hard decision to suspend racing with immediate effect. We have no idea how long this enforced suspension is going to last for.

With the Government issuing guidelines recommending non essential travel and gatherings are put on hold, we have to view this responsibly and seriously and comply with these requirements.

Most other clubs (not to mention other sporting events) have already suspended activities so we’re far from being alone.

Obviously we hope this will only be for a few weeks, but at present we just don’t know. As soon as we have a better idea we will obviously be back with all guns blazing and shouting it from the rooftops.

But for now we just have to consider the best interests of our club members and their families. It’s only toy car racing after all, and everyone’s health is a far more serious matter.

In the meantime, stay safe, look after yourselves and your families, and we’ll see you all soon when this all blows over.

Best wishes

Dave, Alan and Jon.

Weeks 5 & 6

Results Updated

Polite Request…

When you are waiting on the stage behind the drivers, please keep noise to a minimum. Similarly, the marshal points at the bottom of the stage steps should be for the marshals only and not the marshals friends. Those marshal points are both in the eye line and within earshot of the drivers at the ends of the rostrum. Thank you 🙂