Raceday Timetable

Currently at the DMCC we try to organise the day to a time table. This is to make the day run smoothly and ensure we finish at a resonable time.

It also means that things are fair to all racers and everybody gets the same amount of time to prepare their cars for the races.

This will be the case for ALL championship days

10:00 Doors open, Booking in.

All drivers must book in at race control as soon as they arrive

10:45 Drivers Breifing

All drivers MUST come to race control for the drivers briefing

At this point info with car numbers and transponders will be posted on the notice board

11:00 Qualifying Round 1, First Race

It`s the responsibility of all drivers to be prepared for their first race

This includes having their transponder and race number in their car

From this point times are approximate depending on the number of heats/drivers

Approx 12:45, Lunch.

After Round 2 there will be a break of approx 30 mins

This will be announced by the race officials.

Approx 13:15 Qualifying Round 3 Starts

Approx 14:15 Finals begin

Approx 16:15 racing finishes

The following is information that may be useful to drivers visiting our track


The following is information that may be useful to drivers visiting our track and new drivers alike

At the DMCC we use the latest Mylaps RC4 System for timing. This means that all AMB or Mylaps Transponders will work.

For new drivers, the DMCC own a limited number of transponders that can be borrowed for racing

Mylaps transponders are available directly from Mylaps or from BBK Timing



Only the latest update MRT transponders will work.

MRT Transponders are available directly from MRT



At the DMCC we race two classes, Clubman and Modified

We advise ALL new racers to race in the Clubman class for at least a year. This is actually the most popular classs with plenty of competition and close racing.

In the Clubman class you MUST use a Brushless 10.5T motor or greater. You may NOT use any timing or boost on the ESC. This will be checked by the Race Officials

If you are a new driver please ask any members about this, or have a look at Getting Started

In the Modified class you may use any motor with timing on your ESC

Please refer to the Rules Section of the website for full details on Classes