LiPo bags must be used when charging.
Voltage not to exceed 4.20 volts per cell. 1S no more than 4.20 volts. 2S no more than 8.40 volts.
Battery temperatures not to exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Battery charging and discharging not to exceed 15 amps.
No batteries may be left at Race Place RC.
Body post must be cut down to no more than 5mm above the body.
Wheel axles must not have exposed threads.
Sharp edges on chassis, bodies and wings must be rounded.
If your body shows signs of rubbing, raise or cut the body. Bodies that are audibly and visibly dragging, rubbing or digging into the carpet will be black flagged.
Wheel wells for all 4 wheels must be cut out.
All cars must conform to appearance, radio, general, battery and motor rules and comply with the ‘spirit’ of your class. All decisions of the track/race director organizing a race concerning appearance and 'spirit' are final.
No soft pack batteries in vehicles.
SXT 3.0 Regular is the only traction compound used at Race Place RC. Remove excess before setting your car on the track.
Pit mats must be used.
The race track is one way.
The Race Director has the final say.
Minimum of 4 cars to run a class.
Keep your pit space free from litter.
Tech failure will result in loss of qualifying effort or main result.
It is your responsibility to marshal the next race. If you cannot marshal, it is your responsibility to find an alternative. Marshals must be 12 years or older.
Racers and marshals must wear closed toe shoes.
Do not run. This includes marshals.
Verbal abuse will not be tolerated. Respect your fellow racers, marshals, race director, spectators and staff.
This is a family friendly facility. Foul language, alcohol and smoking are prohibited.
Triple A Mains will be run according to ROAR.
18.104.22.168. AAA main results will be decided by a point system based on 1 point for the winner of each separate main on down to 10 points for the tenth placed finisher. A driver winning the first two mains must sit out the third
22.214.171.124. The best two out of three mains will count with the first tie breaker being the total of the laps and time of each driver’s two highest pointed mains. Subsequent ties are broken by the single best laps and time of either highest pointed main.