BRCA Juniors & Veterans 2017

NO RACE MEETING – 6th of September 2017

There is a wedding in the hall on that day. Truck week will be postponed to the following week (13/9/17).

Results Updated

A ton of regulars missing but still 34 drivers for the evening πŸ™‚ The championships have been updated including the missing SCT results from last week. I’m sure there are more Juniors than are currently in the champoinships so if you’re a Junior and not in the Junior championship, tell Dave when you book in and he’ll update your driver details. It was also good to see so many people pitching in at the end to clear away.

Out and about…

It’s the final 4WD Regional at Eastbourne this weekend, Stotfold National next weekend and the final 2WD Regional at Plough the weekend after that.

The Perfect Setup?

I found some annotated setup helper sheets which I thought some of you may find useful. These are not setups for Faversham but rather a nice little summary of how changing different aspects of your car might affect its handling. They are based on Xray cars but the principles would be universal. They came from http://www.petitrc.com/index.php?/setupguide.html/ and there are some other interesting guides on there too.

2WD

2WD Setup Helper Page 1 of 2
2WD Setup Helper Page 2 of 2

4WD

4WD Setup Helper Page 1 of 2
4WD Setup Helper Page 2 of 2

Juniors & Vets

So last weekend saw the first of the BRCA End of Season events – The Juniors and Veterans. It’s a 2 day event with 2WD on Saturday and 4WD on Sunday and run to the same format as the National Series (2 practices, 4 qualifiers, 3 leg A finals and 1 leg for everyone else). It’s open to Under 13’s, Under 16’s, Over 40’s and Over 50’s. A small contingent from the SouthEast Region went including Nathan, Matthew, Alfie, Stuart, Phil, Mark and George from Faversham and Shareef from EPR.

Broxtowe Juniors and Vets 2017

All our boys represented their region well. Matthew made the U13 A final on both days and even TQ’d round 1 in 4WD.

Young Alfie did a fantastic job at his first National event under the guidance of George and got quicker and quicker as the weekend progressed.

I think it would be fair to say though that the crowning glory was Mr. Nathan Ralls winning the V40 4WD title with his Xray XB4.

Well done everyone and roll on next year πŸ™‚

I’ll leave to your imagination as to what the upstanding pillars of the community were all staring at here instead of the camera…