EPR primarily caters for two-wheel and four-wheel-drive 1:10 electric off-road buggies. Our recent events have also seen us cater for short course, stadium trucks in a combined class and most notably a vintage series. Unfortunately, due to noise restrictions imposed we are unable to run nitro-powered cars.
Checkout this youtube video for some racing action
How to become a member?
Membership of EPR runs annually from 1 January to 31 December, although we do reduce the fees for those joining part-way through the year.
You are welcome to come and use the track as a visitor for the first three visits, after that we encourage you to join the BRCA and of course become a member of our club.
To join the BRCA click here and look for the ‘Join’ button
To join our club click here
Members and non-members can now pre-book week-day visits so that we can keep track of users and also ensure a good relationship with Club Langley.
Club Langley is the sports club where the track is located and they offer a host of sports and social activities from football to gymnastics with function rooms available for hire. Please make the most of the facilities at this great club! For more details about Club Langley, click here to be taken to their website and a full run down of what’s on offer.
You will need your own personal transponder. The timing system in use at the track is the AMBrc. Make sure your transponder is compatible with this. Usually if its a myLaps transponder they are called the Hybrid transponder. The other brand is MRT, these are cloned transponders and should be the two wire version – MRT Mptx.
We aren’t ones for being stuffy! After all this is a hobby and is supposed to be fun. The main things are to listen out for PA announcements, check your race order, frequencies, (unless you’re on 2.4GHz) listen out for your race, be on the line in good time and don’t forget to marshal. Even if you miss your race due to failure or are still repairing your car, you must marshal. No disappearing when its your turn or leaving early until all marshalling duties are finished. It is very important to respect the marshals even if they are slow to pick your car up after you have crashed. They may have to be aware of other cars or tread carefully when the track is damp. Remember, it’s your fault if you crash, no shouting at marshals and keep the language clean – have fun!
We are able to run a host of different and layouts and run in a clockwise and anti-clockwise direction. The track surface is made up of Astroturf, tarmac and concrete with lap times around 23 or 24 seconds on the longest layout.
Below you can see a couple of pictures, from which I hope you can see plenty of options for track layouts, and some layouts are published on Facebook. If you have any suggestions for layouts at the meetings just let us know and we’ll try and accommodate. Also, if you are a newcomer or junior, do let us know if you are finding the tracks too difficult to learn or you’re not having fun. Again we’ll try and accommodate your views.