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the tracks you can race at in the Philippines. Please send us information
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QCRCCC RACE TRACK
This is currently the
only active off-road race track in Metro Manila and you can visit
the club website at http://www.geocities.com/qcrccc.
The track features a very high drivers stand which gives a good view
of the track and there is lighting for night racing. Check out the
monthly organized racing and enjoy the off road experience.
TORQUE MODEL RACING CIRCUIT
The new Montalban track is finally up and it
was worth the wait! The track and pit area measure over 3000 sqm and
it is smooth, fast and fun to run on. The track supports both electric
and gas racing and a weekly schedule will be available soon. The layout
is challenging and there is enough space for a small party up on the
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This is the view from the left side of the track.
There are two different layouts one for nitro and one for EP.
is the view from the right side of the track (from the end of the
straight into the long sweeper). Check out the drivers stand, you'll
have a good view of everything from up there!
This is a relatively new track that
opened last half of 2000. Capitol Speedway is the home track of
The Pit Shop Cafe -- the newest hobby shop in Metro Manila, which
has brought many new racers to the hobby. The track layout is simple,
yet the races are fast and exciting! There are many places to make
the passing move on the car ahead. You can visit the track during
the day and at night, you can have the lights turned on for a fee
that can easily be shared by all the racers there at the time. Right
now this is the only track you can run on at night and provides
a much "cooler" alternative considering the tropical nature
of our country.
View from the drivers stand
The Park Square track is the home
track of LIL's Hobby Shop. This track is located on the top parking
level of Park Square 2 in Makati. This track has been around for
quite some time and it is where the annual Kyosho Pure Ten qualifiers
and the Tamiya Cup races are held. The track is long and is suitable
for both nitro and EP cars. The track has an easy layout and having
speed can really make a difference. You should bring your own table
and, for food, there are many places you can eat in the mall. There
is also the LIL's Makati branch located in the mall so parts shouldn't
be a problem.
Image from the end of the straight
There is a new
race format in town and it comes in the form of the MINI Z! The Maximum
Speed race track ,located on the second floor of Fiesta Carnival in
Cubao, is one of the first tracks that hold organized races for MINI
Z in Manila. The facility features a large MINI Z track and a MINI
4wd track. There are also parts and accesories available so check
out the racing that starts at 6:00 p.m. and end at around 9:30p.m.
Monday to Thursday. There are trophies and prizes for the winners.