We race once a month on the third Sunday of every month.
Racing starts at 10am.
Each Race Meeting a BBQ is on offer for Racers as well as refreshments.
We are a Family Orientated club with no Alcohol or Smoking permitted within the Complex.
We are located in Reservoir Rd, Strathdale. Between the Tennis and Soccer complex.
If you would like a copy of our Club Code of Conduct or our Club Constitution, please let us know.
How to become a member
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Garry (AKA Willy) has taken over the role of Club President mid 2018 and is steering the club towards a bright and prosperous future. Garry is well known and respected both within the club and the greater RC racing community. Garry drives predominantly in the 21.5T class and is a sponsored Destiny driver with a goal to help grow the hobby by assisting all drivers through his wealth of car knowledge. When not eating or sleeping, Garry is building, repairing or otherwise memorising part numbers to feed his RC encyclopaedic brain.
Dean is a newcomer to the RC community and the BORRCCC in general. Having joined the club in Jan 2018 he quickly found his way on to the committee as a general member to assist in the day to day running of the club. Dean stupidly began taking meeting minutes in the absence of a club treasurer at committee meetings and by default got appointed the Club Secretary role mid 2018. He also administers the club website. Dean drives in the 21.5T Spec class and is still very much learning the intricacies of driving and maintaining a car but enjoying all aspects of it.
Janine lives a busy life in balancing demanding shift work, Club Treasurer duties and keeping Garry out of trouble. Janine assumed the role of Club Treasurer mid 2018 and has been busy reconciling accounts and putting together thorough paper trails and reporting on the club’s finances. Janine’s efficiency and diligence in the roles she undertakes are a value to the club and its members that most would be unaware of. Janine also runs the timing software on race days. Janine is also a relative newcomer to racing, competing in the club Spec Class series from Jan 2018 and has shown a massive improvement in that small amount of time.
Club Vice President
Wade has been, and continues to be, a valued contributor to the club over a long period of time. Wade has been a long term committee member including past stints as Club President. An RC journey man, Wade will help the club in any way he can, often at the expense of a busy family life. And he likes burning things in drums, but I digress. Wade is actually pretty handy on the track too and enjoys winning with his Yokomo and flaming Destiny drivers in return. Wade also has contributed to the racing experience with advents of the VTA and Spec Class series.
Tim is the RC racing equivalent to the thinking man’s crumpet; he’s admired (though no-one will admit it) for the way he quietly delivers on the track. Off the track though, he’s always there to help, particularly on race days with timing software and telemetry and on working bees with any power tool or manual labour tasks. Tim’s efforts are greatly acknowledged by the club and valued. He also has a great sense of humour, patience and understanding. Quality attributes that comes in handy when you travel to events with Garry.
Jamie (AKA “Gus”), like Tim, is a great contributor to the club on and off the track. Quietly spoken but always worth listening to, particularly when it comes to advice on your RC car, Jamie flies around the track in the 13.5T class but also enjoys getting dirty in off-road RC racing as well. Jamie has always contributed to the club and committee but only recently taken a formal position as a general committee member. His contributions in meetings are always logical and well-measured and actions he performs on race days and working bees are equally appreciated by the club. Jamie is always the one to help setup and pack up.
Remember that kid at school that was just good at everything? Scott is the grown-up RC version of that. He’s popular, he can drive a car better than anyone and he can put on an impressive paint job on a car too. Yeah, just like that kid at school …. Scott Rawlings needs no introduction to the RC community. He is well known and respected across all clubs and spreads his involvement and support across the greater RC community too. After a hiatus at the club, we are thrilled to have Scott back and contributing to the committee from the end of 2018 where his experience and perspective is of great value to the club.