Classes

Below is a summary of the classes run at club days.  If you are new to sport, most of the below probably will not make a lot on sense, so please contact us or come to a race meeting and introduce yourself.  We are only too happy to offer some guidance on the vehicle choice and explain the classes.

Novice / Run what you have  – A class open to all vehicle types and motor types for drivers new to the sport.  This class is intended for someone that already has a car and would like an introduction to offroad racing without the need for a car that fits into a specific race class.

21.5 2wd Buggy – This is the normal entry level in racing and it is raced at our club events and as part of the Victorian Drivers Series and the Victorian Offroad Titles.  It is a class for 2wd 1/10 electric buggies fitted with a 21.5 Brushless motor and a fixed (blinky) Speed Control with a fixed gear ratio.  The most common 2wd buggy chassis raced in Victoria is the Team Associated B6d / B6.1d.

Stock 2wd Buggy – This class is the step up from 21.5.  The same 2wd Buggy chassis is used but it now fitted with a more powerful 17.5 Brushless Motor and a fixed (blinky) Speed Control with a open gear ratio. This class is run in all states and is part of the Australian Offroad Titles.

Mod 2wd Buggy –The same 2wd Buggy chassis again, however now you can run any motor you think you can handle. This class is run in all states and is part of the Australian Offroad Titles.

Stock 4wd Buggy – This is the entry level for 4wd racing. A 4wd 1/10 buggy chassis is used and fitted with a 17.5 Brushless Motor and a fixed (blinky) Speed Control with a open gear ratio.   This class is run in all states and is part of the Australian Offroad Titles.

Mod 4wd Buggy – This same 4wd Buggy chassis again, however now you can run any motor you think you can handle..   This class is run in all states and is part of the Australian Offroad Titles.

Stadium Truck – These are longer, wider and have bigger tyres than a buggy and run a truck type body.  They are also 2wd and run a Mod Motors. This class is run in all states and is part of the Australian Offroad Titles. The most common truck chassis is the Team Associated T6.1.