Practice

The track is publically accessable at all times for electric 1/10 scale and smaller cars, please avoid driving 1/8 scale and larger cars on the track as these cause considerable damage to the track, which then requires a lot of work to fix by our volunteer members (NO NITRO OR PETROL POWERED CARS AT ANYTIME!!

 

The upkeep of the track is done by our volunteer club members, the council does not upkeep this track. Please be respectful to the hard work our volunteer members put in to keeping the track in good condition by not deliberately damaging the track surface or facilities. The track is closed to public access when track maintenance is being carried out, or when a club race meeting is being held.
We please request that you don't drive on the track for at least 24hrs after periods of heavy rainfall to allow the track to dry out and avoid damaging the racing surface Whilst using the track, please respect the neighbours and limit the amount of excess disturbance by driving on the track in a proficient manner, as if you were a member of the club.
Please also understand that the track is a public facility and therefore anybody of any skill level is able to and welcome to use the track, so please be careful when sharing the track with children and beginners. The use of 1/10th Nitro / Petrol powered vehicles or 1/8th scale vehicles is not permitted on the Blenheim Park Race track, reasons: This is a Ryde City Council regulation, as the noise interferes with the neighbourhood and Ryde City Council does not supply any funding to the upkeep of this Off Road facility; it is completely funded by the Ryde Club Members. Should you be reported to Council they may apply hefty fines. The carpark is also out of bounds to RC car driving as there are many young children in the area.