New Mexico RC Tracks - Radio Controlled Car and RC Truck Racing Tracks

Directory of Radio Controlled RC Car and RC Truck Race Tracks Located in New Mexico

RC Car RC Truck Racing in New Mexico

Albuquerque

ARCOR RC Raceway

ARCOR RC Raceway is an outdoor dirt offroad RC race track located in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

(505) 504-6807

www.thearcorraceway.org

Tom Tenorio Park Albuquerque, NM 87184

Albuquerque

RC Riot Race Track

RC Riot Race Track featuers onroad RC car racing on concrete and carpet track surfaces.

(505) 220-3104

www.rcriot.com

5101 McLeod Road Albuquerque, NM 87109

Rio Rancho

Radio Controlled Sports Complex

The Radio Controlled Sports Complex features an ndoor carpet track for drift and mini with ramps that can be moved to reconfigure the track. Additional tracks include a large outdoor dirt track, and rock crawler track. Future expansion includes the addition of an outdoor oval track. Facility amenities include a large indoor pit area with tables, chairs and power outlets, soda and snack vending, and bathrooms. The family owned and operated race track also has an onsite hobby shop that carries RTR's, kits, parts, tires/wheels, electronics and more.

Race Shedule:

Outdoor track racing every Sunday at noon Indoor track racing every Thursday evening at 7 pm

Track Fees:

$10.00 per day for any track

Race Fees:

$15.00 first class, $5.00 for each additional class

Birthday Parties:

Birthday person free of charge, birthday guests $10.00 each which includes one rental car use through one battery (food and drink not included but can bring these to the shop)

Rental Cars & Repairs:

Rental cars at $25.00 which includes vehicle and track access with 2 battery changes (3 battery usage total) Service/repairs at $25.00 per hour plus parts

(505) 896-3521

rcsportscomplex.weebly.com

4021 Barbara Loop SE, Rio Rancho, NM 87124

White Rock

Overlook RC Raceway - Northern New Mexico RC Club

The Northern New Mexico Radio Control Car Club has been in existence since 1987. During the Spring, Summer and Fall months club races 1/10th and 1/8th scale electric and nitro powered off-road vehicles as well as 1/10th scale electric touring cars. In the Winter the club races 1/18th, 1/12th and 1/10th scale electric on-road cars and 1/10th scale short course trucks indoors on Ozite carpet.

The Overlook RC Raceway race park consists of three tracks: 1/8th scale off-road, 1/10th scale off-road and 1/10th scale on-road. The off-road tracks have a clay surface and are wetted down before and throughout the race day.

1/8th Scale Off-Road RC Track

The 1/8th scale off-road course is 120' in length and 84' across with 12 foot lanes. The starting gate and pit area is elevated and features an electronically controlled starting gate. Track features include a high speed bank off the straight, a very large two level tabletop, a large triple, and three varieties of doubles.

1/10th Scale Off-Road

The 1/10th scale off-road course is 120' long and 60' wide. The track can be run clockwise or counterclockwise and is a challenge either way. The track boasts three sets of doubles in one section which results in an awesome jump rhythm. There are also two more doubles, one each on the entrance and exit of the banked hairpin at the back corner. The track surface ranges from hard packed to loamy. Tires that work well are Bow-Ties and Calibers. The most common tires are Bow Ties and Calibers. The surface is packed clay, but exhibits a bit of a split personality. When the track is cleaned off and/or wetted down it has very good traction, however, once it dries out and a few heats have been run it can get a bit slippery due to the dust.

1/10th Scale On-Road Asphalt

The parking lot at Overlook RC Raceway facilities does double duty as an on-road 1/10th scale track. The outline for the track is painted on the asphalt. The lanes are 10 feet wide and the entire course is 100' by 40'.

Indoor Track

Overlook RC Raceway indoor track is built using Ozite carpet and RoadRails barriers and is setup inside a school gym. The club currently owns enough carpet to create a 30' x 60' track. The lanes are typically 6' to 7.5' wide, which accomodates 1/18th and 1/12th scale well. The track will run 1/10th scale, but it is just a little bit tight, so the number of cars in a heat are limited.

www.rcnm.net

Indoor Racing at Mountain Elementary School - To get to Mountain Elementary School come all the way up into Los Alamos on 502. Stay to the left as 502 splits. This will put you on Trinity Drive. Keep going all the way back (West) until you intersect Diamond Drive (the hospital will be on your left). Turn right (North) and continue up Diamond. Shortly after passing over a small bridge the road will start to veer left, this is where you want to turn left (West) onto Urban Street. Be careful, it's a blind corner. Go up Urban a few blocks and then turn right (North) onto North Road. Mountain School will be on the right. Go past the school and there will be an entrance with a road that curves down to a parking lot next to the gymnasium.

Outdoor Racing at Overlook Raceway - To get to Overlook Raceway, take NM 4 to White Rock. Turn South onto Rover Blvd. at the first, and only, stop light. Take the first left (East) onto Meadow Lane. Follow Meadow as it slowly curves back South until you see a sign for Overlook Park and turn left (East). Overlook Park is a sports field complex and the raceway is toward the far, East end of the complex on the south side of the road.