What’s New for 2018? RCDRL Announces Changes to Quick-16, Street Eliminator and More…

For those that do not know, we do have a rules committee that takes pride in their position with the RCDRL. They take time out of their day and weekend to help shape and build this league. They’re from many different backgrounds of RC both in class categories and experience. Much is asked of them, and they are highly appreciated.

When there is a change to a rule, it is discussed and voted on after reviewing all points from each person. Structure-based racing is still based on our motto of Fast, Furious, Family, Fun. When something has structure, it sets the foundation. With a firm and strong foundation, it helps with reducing the risk of failure by having a quality-based program.

With all that said we realize we will not be able to please everyone. Some of the changes for the 2018 season will affect some of our members as it has affected me with my Losi-8 basically being ousted from Street Eliminator. However, I will support this move from the board and roll with the punches.

Here are some of the other changes you can expect in 2018 to further enhance our racing experience.

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Street Eliminator Class defined for the 2018 RCDRL Season

Street Eliminator Class defined for the 2018 RCDRL Season   Performance based ET for Qualifying. (Like we currently do in Quick-16) 2 Wheel or 4 Wheel drive for 2018. Phasing out 4WD. Scheduled to be eliminated by the start of the 2019 season for this class. Wheelbase between (11” – 14”). Rubber Tires Only 2s/2 … Read moreStreet Eliminator Class defined for the 2018 RCDRL Season

The RCDRL Proudly Welcomes Back Drivers Alex, Manuel, Kelli, and Tommie of the Garca Motorsports Team and the Garca Cafe as event title sponsors in 2018!

The RCDRL proudly welcomes back drivers Alex, Manuel, Kelli, and Chef Tommie Garca of the Garca Cafe as event title sponsors in 2018! The Garca Motorsports Nationals September 8, 2018, is a little earlier this year. Race 11 of 14 kicks the Countdown to the Championship into high gear and there will be plenty at … Read moreThe RCDRL Proudly Welcomes Back Drivers Alex, Manuel, Kelli, and Tommie of the Garca Motorsports Team and the Garca Cafe as event title sponsors in 2018!

“JIM RAINMAN SCHAUER MEMORIAL WINTERNATIONALS” Presented by Tony Rudis of Rudis Motorsports

On March 3, 2018 we will celebrate the life of a great pioneer in the RC Drag Racing community. The 2017 RCDRL Hall of Fame inductee Mr. Jim Schauer a.k.a. RAINMAN went to be with the Lord on the morning of January 2, 2018 after a courageous battle with cancer. Jim Schauer helped shape and reshape the RC Drag Racing sport into what it is today.

Presented by Tony Rudis of Rudis Motorsports, the first event of the 2018 RCDRL season will be the “JIM RAINMAN SCHAUER MEMORIAL WINTERNATIONALS” here at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. We invite all to come and compete. Let’s kick off the season and honor this late great pioneer!

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