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Race dates for 2015-2016 are... Oct 24 (Trophy race), Nov. 7th & 21st. Dec 5th & 10th are points races. Alzheimer's benefit race is Dec 26th. Jan 2nd,16th (points races) Jan 30th (Trophy race). Feb 13 (points race) Feb 27th is the last points race. season ending Awards and door prize race is March 5,2016.
Special thanks to the companies that support Washtenaw Including AKA, TLR, Associated, Nankin Hobby, Great Planes, Tower Hobbies, RC Driver, RC Car Action, Tekin, Airtronics, Castle Creations, Boca Bearings, Panther Racing and more.
Washtenaw RC raceway along with Robert RC Raceway will be hosting a 2 race series at Grand Woods park Lansing, MI June 20th and the final race and trophy awards at Roberts RC Raceway Fowlerville July 25th. See the photos and results from race 1 at Grand Woods
Check out our Facebook page for photos of the layout. Track build for the 2015 - 2016 season will start in late September - Check our Facebook page for the dates.We are now broadcasting our races live on Live RC www.liverc.com
Instructions how to find and watch the racing.
Doors open at 8 Am Open Practice till 10Am
Drivers meeting at 10 Racing starts at 10:30
Please download our flyer and pass it on to a friend!
11 Race Season 8 Race point series with 2 drops
Entry fee is still $17 1st class $15 each extra class ran by the same
2015-2016 season starts October 24, 2015
$3 plus your paid entry to the 1st class gets you into the 3 heats of King of the hill the overall winner of the 3 heats gets a award.
Race dates for 2015-2016 Oct 24 (Trophy race), Nov. 7th & 21st. Dec 5th & 10th. Alzheimer's benefit race Dec 26th. Jan 2nd,16th and 30th (Trophy race). Feb 13 and 27 Run for fun and awards/door prize season ending race March 5,2016
Washtenaw Radio Control Raceway has been operational since 1999.
We have the largest indoor heated track in Michigan. Our race season is October to March.
We encourage everyone to come and race with us! Our racers range from novice beginners’ to seasoned pros with all skill levels in between.
Our goal at WRCR is to provide continued support and growth of the radio control hobby by promoting a fun and family oriented environment both on and off the track.
Read about us in the Ann Arbor News
See the photo story from the 2014 race 6 in the Ann Arbor news!