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Z&M Hobbies is a Proud Sponsor of Race 'EM RC.
Stop in or call 815-986-3819 for all of your RC needs. 

In a hurry? Call ahead and have your parts waiting for you for practice or Race Day. Their prices will NOT be beat!!

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Upcoming Races

09.19.2014 4:00 pm
Night Race (Non Points)
765 Research Parkway, Rockford, IL, United States

09.21.2014 8:00 am
Summer Sizzle Points Series
735 Research Park Way Rockford, IL 61109

09.26.2014 4:00 pm
Night Race (Non Points
765 Research Parkway, Rockford, IL, United States

10.03.2014 4:00 pm
Night Race (Non Points)
765 Research Parkway, Rockford, IL, United States

10.04.2014 6:00 pm
2014 Awards Ceremony/2015 Pre-Season Banquet
7111 McCurry Rd, Roscoe, IL 61073, USA

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Submit a Design

Do you have what it takes to design an awesome layout?

Here is your chance!

Step 1- Download the template and read the directions. (HERE)

Step 2- Print out.

Step 3- Draw, erase, draw, erase, scratch your head, and draw again.

Step 4- Scan or snap a clear photo with your phone, camera, etch a sketch.

Step 5- Submit it by going here

Step 6- Show up on practice and race days

Step 7- Donate your time to help club

Step 8- How long can I get you to keep reading?

Step 9- You are still here? Congrats!

Step 10- Time to stop now. Get drawing!!

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Racing Rates

Club Races

- Friday Members- $10 for 1st class $5 for each additional class 
- Sunday Members- $15 for 1st class $8 for each additional

- ALL NON-MEMBERS- $20 for 1st class $10 for each additional class

 

Non-Club Races

- Special Races- The pricing for special races will be posted with the event information on our schedule. No club discounts on these races unless other wise stated.


Practice fees: Members pay $5 and NON-Members pay $10. Practice fee's are per person that will control the car. Example: 1 car and 2 people. Both pay for practice.

Tips

#1. It is much faster to slow down and stay under control than it is to go fast and crash. You loose a lot of track distance when you have to be marshaled.

 

 

#2 use your steering end points to dial in track condition. if the track is slick, sometimes it helps to take a little steering out to calm down the rear of the car.

 

 

 

 

#3 This is directed to our 4x4 drivers...... All that power does not mean faster laps..... Dial it back to clear the largest jump you need to. You will turn better times in the long run....

 

 

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