pictures/emblemnew.jpg

Home
The cars we race
Fixtures 2021
Championship Points 2021
Membership and Race Fees
Construction Rules
Live Timing & Results
Hall of Fame
AGM 2021
Contact Us

1300 STOCKCARS

pictures/1300-171.jpg

1300 Stock Cars are the "little Brothers" of the Saloonstox just like in full scale oval racing.  1300's are fitted with tough plastic bumpers for some close nudge-and-spin racing. They are a great way for beginners to get into racing, but also a good place for the veterans of the sport to have some real close competition. 


These cars run a basic 4 cell battery and brushed sealed can motor. They are based on the simple Mardave V12 chassis and there are now several manufactures, such as Kamtec and Large IT offering alternative GRP chassis and excellent ready to run kits.

pictures/1300grid2018.JPG

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

2 Litre Saloon Stox

pictures/180saloonbib.jpg


Just like their full sized counterparts, the fast and aggressive driving make this one of the most entertaining classes to watch or compete in. Powerful, heavy and fitted with big plastic bumpers, you’re always guaranteed an action packed race! 


The cars are based on either the Mardave V12 chassis or the Original Schumacher Supastox, with some great ready to race kits now being produced by Kamtec, Large IT, Nippy and Skippy.

The cars have an option of running either 6 cell with a simple brushed motor, or a Lipo and Brushless motor combo.


pictures/saloonmanycarsbib.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

F2 Stockcars

pictures/lineup560.jpg

F2 Stockcars are purpose built, open wheeled, single seater stockcars which are the "little Brothers" of  the F1 Stockcars in full scale oval racing. Whilst at HOT's we race the F2 Stockcars in radio controlled form, the F1 stockcars tend to be fairly absent in the south. This is the same in the full scale racing as well. 

  
These cars run a basic 4 cell battery and brushed sealed can motor and are the only class at HOT's to race in anti-clockwise direction. They have national set of rules with the BRCA and there are now several manufactures such as Mardave, Kamtec, DOT, DGA, Avenger to list a few.

National Hotrods

pictures/nhr149bib.jpg

The National Hot Rod class is the fastest of all the RC oval classes and requires great skill to pilot the car around the oval in a non contact race.
 
A wide range of chassis choices are available, with very fast brushless motors, these cars attract some highly skilled drivers and the racing can get quite intense!


pictures/nhr140bib.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

pictures/spacingblock.jpg

 CLASSIC HOTRODS

pictures/chr19.jpg

 

Based upon Hot Rod racing up until 1976, the Classic Hot Rods are a non contact class with a nostalgic feel, reliving the golden era of Hot Rod racing.

A large option of chassis are allowed in this class, though they are restricted on power and the use of the heavy ABS bodies.

4 cell Brushed or a similar powered Lipo/brushless alternative can be run.
 
 

pictures/chrmanycarsbib.jpg

pictures/livetiming.jpg

pictures/FACEBOOK.jpg

pictures/youtube.jpg

Haywards Oval Track Racers, St Wilfrids School, Eastern Road,
Haywards Heath, West Sussex, RH16 3
NL