The tour peaks with the WCM QSAC showdown featuring the best radio-control racers from around the world at the Lagoon Park R/C Raceway in Montgomery, Ala., in September followed by the Dirt Oval Nationals at a location to be announced in early October to end their competitive season.
“It’s a great way for racers with a limited budget to get really engaged with car racing,” said the series sponsor, WCM Co-Owner, Mark Hogue. “For around $3,000, you can get a race-ready quarter-scale racecar with a full electronics package. All you have to do is flip the switch and you’re in business.”
These cars are exact replicas of real Sprint and Stock cars. If you like World of Outlaws, NASCAR, DIRT and USAC oval racing, be sure to check out Quarter Scale racing in your area.
For more information go online to QSAC.Org, or WCM-Corp.com, also be sure to check out our Facebook page, WCMQScale,
The remaining races start with the running of the Indy 500 of WCM QSAC racing at Hoosier Racing Tire’s Newton Park in Lakeville, Ind., on June 21-22; followed by Machesney, Ill., on July 19-20, and wrapping up the regular season in Ingalls, Ind., on Aug. 16-17.
“It’s a nationwide experience with dedicated radio-control racers that clearly want to race with the best QSAC racers and we’re fortunate to have such a high-level of people dedicated to the sport,” said Hogue. “It’s a perfect family experience that you will never outgrow the memories.”
“One of the really interesting things about this sport is the number of real race drivers and crew members that are involved, on any given day you may find yourself racing with some of the top names in motorsport” said Hogue.