Nelson Radio Controlled Car Club

No setups available for NRCCC, be kind and share your setup

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Nelson Radio Controlled Car Club

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Race Info:

The Track:
With a technical infield, long straight and sweeper, the track is a challenge for all levels of racer, forcing drivers to look for the best mix of speed and acceleration. The track has a technical layout boasting challenging triple jumps, step ups as well as a large Power jump sending the cars over 2.5 metres into the air, come and see these cars fly!


NRCCC race Off Road twice a month, on the first and the third Sundays. Registration closes at 9:30am, racing starts shortly after 10am


A&P show grounds, lower Queen St Richmond Nelson


We cater for all RC racers, beginners to experts, electric and gas powered Off road radio control cars. Just make sure they have replaceable frequencies or are on 2.4Ghz

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Race Days:
If you’re new to racing at NRCCC then your first race meeting is free. Non member daily race fee is $7.00. Members pay $5.00 per day and are eligible for point’s day certificates and end of year Points series trophies.


Single Yearly Membership: $50 Adult $40 Child. These include Membership to NZRCA
Family Yearly Membership: $85 (1 adult and 2 children under 16 years old)

Club Description:

The Nelson Radio Controlled Car Club is proud to host OFF ROAD radio controlled car racing, located at our brand new Off road RC raceway at the Richmond A&P show grounds.

We offer a wide range of Off Road RC car classes including;

1/8th Gas powered Buggy and Truggy classes

1/10th scale 2wd and 4wd electric powered Buggies and Trucks

This is a great family sport that caters to anyone – race competitively against each other without the risk of serious injury and huge expense. If you can move your hands you can race.

RC racing has the advantage of giving great foundations and knowledge for youngsters interested in cars, as they have to learn the ins and outs of how to set up suspension, tyre combinations and tune engines, to help these cars perform at their best in the ever changing conditions of Off Road RC racing.

With engines revving up to 45,000 rpm and reaching speeds of up to 80km per hour in the faster classes, this fast paced racing is not for the faint hearted. Let your true competitive nature come out on the driver’s stand and race with the Nelson radio controlled car club. We will see ya there!!!!


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Unique Visits as of 15th April 2011