The Club

Kent Model Rallycross Club prides itself on being one of the longest running tracks in the South-East. We have friendly, like-minded people from complete novices to professional sponsored ‘factory team drivers’ some of which started their racing career at KMRC. Lee Martin and high flyer Elliot Boots to name just two of the most recent. There is always someone at KMRC to help you out. For directions to the club , please check the FAQ. We run our meetings to a high standard and although it can be very competitive it is more about having FUN. The gate into the track opens at 8am. Please ensure it is closed behind you!

Club History

KMRC has been running for over 10 years. It is now located at our purpose built track in Linton near Maidstone in Kent. It is run by like-minded people who share an enthusiasm for racing radio controlled 1/8th off road vehicles. The track has undergone a major redevelopment over the closed season and we now have what many have called one of the best tracks in the UK. KMRC is affiliated with the BRCA, the UK governing body for any sort of RC racing. The club has adapted itself over these many years to accommodate the latest state of the art computerised lap counting system (AMB) using transponders. Membership has grown over the years from a little over 25 members 10 years ago to over 100 in recent years with 40-60 drivers in regular attendance at race meetings.

Race Results

All of KMRC’s races Are timed by the state of the art AMB timing system using the BBK Race control system. Using this system it allows us to produce our race results in printed format on the day and also all race results will be stored online and updated within a week of the previous race day. This is an essential for all and gives everyone a chance to look at their results and monitor their own progress throughout the season. Use the results link above for access to all the results.


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