ARCC have just started their winter indoor racing series for 2016-17, which includes painted-concrete oval racing for 1/10 electric buggies every Friday, and carpet circuit racing for both 1/10 and 1/18 4WD electric touring cars every other Sunday at the Legion in Enfield. The guys at Mighty Small Cars have the full details, and can help you out with appropriate tires.
The touring cars run foam tires, 2S lipo packs and typically brushless motors (although brushed equipment is probably allowed too). The doors open at noon every other Sunday starting on 6th Nov 2016. Full calendar available here and a few more details in the image below.
The 1/10 buggies run rubber road-treaded/slick tires on a concrete oval circuit using 2S lipo and brushless motors. They started last Friday (14th October 2016) but the full calendar is available here and a few more details are in the image below.
A few local RCers got together for a late-evening throw-down onroad touring-car race session at MicMac Mall over the weekend. This is the second outdoor event put on by some of the guys from Halifax RC On-road Racing (on FaceBook) and a great time was had by all. Ten to twenty 5-lap races were held on a short and tight track for 1/10 scale touring cars. If you’re interested in attending or spectating this sort of event then keep an eye on the Halifax RC On-road Racing group.
Here’s a short video of some of the action and some close up action.
Don’t forget to bring dad (or the kids – if you’re a dad) to our free event on Saturday 18th June at the Keshen Goodman Public Library. Come and see modern and vintage RC vehicles from all disciplines and chat to some experience hobbyists about this fun, educational, and all-inclusive hobby!
More details here: https://halifaxrcpark.com/2016/06/10/details-of-free-rc-event-at-the-keshen-goodman-library-on-june-18th/
RC and Fathers Day weekend go hand in hand. Why not bring Dad and/or the children along to a free RC event at the Keshen Goodman Library on Saturday June 18th (map here). We’ll be there along with others from the RC community from noon until 4pm with lots of different sorts of RC cars on display including:
Come and meet some other RC enthusiasts, chat about the local scene of the RC car hobby, or just talk generally about RC. The library will also be open as usual.
See you all there.
(and don’t forget Sackville RC are at the Halifax RC Park this coming weekend – June 11th)
Looking for something to do with dad for Fathers Day weekend? Well how about coming to find out all about RC cars at the Keshen Goodman Library in Halifax on June 18th from 12-4pm. We’ll be easily visible with lots of different types of RC cars on display and a demonstration area with moving vehicles. We’ll have more details closer to the time but save the date – JUNE 18th.
The Keshen Goodman Library is here at 330 Lacewood Drive.
If you happen to be in town today (Saturday 2nd April) then come into the Halifax Central Library and see our HRCP stand. We’re ready to talk RC with anyone who will listen as part of the Engineering Month Grand Finale show that includes us, lots of Lego, the Dalhousie Formula Student race car, a regional school popsicle stick bridge building contest and other engineering and science displays. Come say Hi anytime until 3pm.