The IC On Road Section is all about nitro engined 1/8th and 1/10th scale radio controlled car racing.

 

Introduction

The first Australian Radio Controlled Championship was run in 1979 in South Australia. The sole class was 2WD 1/8th Scale, and it remained that way until 1994 when a smaller scale race car was introduced, called 1/10th 235mm. It was very similar to the 1/8th scale, however it was limited to a .15 cu.in motor and the class was very competitive. In 2000, the 1/10th 200mm touring Car was introduced and has proved to be very popular. Car in this class are limited to a .12 cu.in motor. Due to increasing popularity of the Touring Car, the 1/10 235mm class its last Australian championship in 2004. In 2008, a second 1/10th 200mm touring class was introduced. This pullstart variant is designed to introduce state and national racing at an entry level.

Australia has hosted two world championships in this section. The first was the 2000 1/8th Scale World Championships at the NSWRCCC track, Moorebank, NSW. The second was the 2006 IFMAR 1/10th 20mm Touring Car World Championships, at the QRCCRA track, Brendale, QLD.

The Australian technical rules closely follow the IFMAR rules for both the 1/8th and 1/10 200mm class.

Year
Location
1/8th Scale
1/10th 235mm
1/10th 200mm
Touring Car
1/10th 200mm
P/S Tourer
1979
SA David Hyde - SA      
1980
Wagga, NSW David Hyde - SA      
1981
WA Jens Perkins - WA      
1982
Geelong, VIC Stewart Grant - NSW      
1983
TAS Denis Beilby - VIC      
1984
Crossroads, NSW Gary Culver - UK
1st Australian
Rodney Denning - NSW
     
1985
Crossroads, NSW Stewart Grant - NSW      
1986
SA A. Warren - TAS      
1987
TAS Steven Burgess - NSW      
1988
Crossroads, NSW Steven burgess - NSW      
1989
WA Stewart Grant - NSW      
1990
SA Andrew Reade - SA      
1991
Chermside, VIC Steven Burgess - NSW      
1992
QLD Chris Reade - SA      
1993
TAS Stewart Grant - NSW      
1994
Crossroads, NSW Stewart Grant - NSW Adam Davey - ACT    
1995
WA Ric Bartolozzi - NSW Devon Soltoggio - WA    
1996
SA Stephen Brown - SA Craig Mazik - NSW    
1997
Lilydale, VIC Flavio Puccinelli - VIC Rob Verdich - NSW    
1998
QLD Shannon Overson - QLD Alex Koussas - NSW    
1999
Moorebank, NSW Stewart Grant - NSW Dallas Gardiner - NSW    
2000
WA Chris Bozich - WA Alex Koussas - NSW Alex Koussas - NSW  
2001
SA Chris Reade - NSW * Craig Hawkins - NSW * Darrin Campbell - NSW  
2002
Lilydale, VIC Ric Bartolozzi - NSW Darrin Campbell - NSW * Chris Reade - NSW *  
2003
Brendale, QLD Michael Kerr - QLD Darrin Campbell - NSW Michael Kerr - QLD  
2004
Moorebank, NSW Chris Reade - NSW Simon Nicholson - NSW Simon Camillieri - SA  
2005
Bayswater, WA Wayne Walker - NSW   Simon Nicholson - NSW  
2006
Littlehampton, SA Simon Camillieri - SA   Peter Jovanovic - VIC  
2007
Lilydale, VIC Steven Jovanovic - VIC   Peter Jovanovic - VIC  
2008
Brendale, QLD Michael Kerr - NSW   Peter Jovanovic - VIC Shaun Kaltenbacher - NSW
2009
Moorebank, NSW Michael Kerr - NSW *   Phillip Woodbury - NSW* Shaun Kaltenbacher - NSW
2010
Littlehampton, SA Peter Jovanovic - VIC   Peter Jovanovic - VIC Trevor Waye - VIC
2011
Lillydale, VIC Peter Jovanovic - VIC   Steven Jovanovic - VIC Joe Patane - NSW
2012
Brendale, QLD        
2013
Moorebank, NSW       Ben Dunn - NSW
2014
Littlehampton, SA Ric Bartolozzi - NSW   Jesse Davis - VIC SA
2015
Lilydale, VIC        
2016
TBA QLD        
2017
TBA NSW        
2018
TBA ACT        
2019
TBA SA        
* denotes decided on qualifying position

 

2010 IC AGM SUMMARY

The AARCMCC 2010 AGM was held during the IC On Road Australian Championships. Key items were;

2010 IC delegate and AARCMCC President - Brad Davis
2010 AARCMCC and IC Secretary/Treasurer - Michael Turner

All clubs nominating to host a State championship for 2011 must do so ASAP so that the 2011 calendar can be finalised and announced

Rule changes;

1/8th Scale Technical Rules changes - No change to existing technical rules, except it was unanimously agreed to extend the date of the reduction in body height to 160mm until 1st January 2012. IFMAR may issue further changes before the world championships in 2011, but any changes will not be reflected in the AARCMCC rules.
1/10 200mm Nitro Touring Car Technical Rules - The following three changes will come into effect on 1st January 2011.
------> IFMAR approved INS Boxes are required to be fitted and used on all 1/10 200mm cars.
------> Maximum wheel width will be a maximum 31mm
------> Rear wing overhang will be a maximum of 10mm as measured from the rearmost part of the bumper or boot
1/10 200mm Nitro Pullstart Car - Expresssions of interest are sought from all member clubs to improve the running of this class.

Update 18/10/2010 - All IC On Road clubs have been sent voting material re changes. voting must be returned to AARCMCC via email by November 30, 2010.

 

 

Fuel Measurement Flask

We now have in stock quantities of Fuel Measurement flasks.
These are available to affiliated Clubs as follows;
75mL $80.00 each
125mL $115.00 each
150mL $125.00 each
Postage and Handling $10.00
Each flask has a marked line to indicate the maximum fuel level for each class. Each flask is checked against a laboratory tested and calibrated flask prior to shipping. 700mL flask is available on request.

1/10th 200 Tourer Wing Guage

The AARCMCC Wing guage makes measurement of the wing width, endplates and wing chord of the IC Touring car classes simple and fast. this item can be ordered by contacting the Secretary. $25.00 each plus postage

1/8th Scale Measurment Guage

The AARCMCC 1/8th Scale guage makes measurement of the body, wheels and openings as per the technical rules simple and fast. this item can be ordered by contacting the Secretary. $40.00 each plus postage

 

2010 AGM Summary