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What are our tracks like.

Some information about our track.

1/8th Track Information

Track size approximately 60 metres x 45 metres.

The track layout is run anti-clockwise and the surface consists of dirt, concrete, paving stones, Astro-turf.

Lap times are 39-44 seconds depending upon layout.

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1/10th Track Information

Track size approximately 31 metres x 27 metres

The track layout is run anti-clockwise as standard. The surface consists of astro-turf with a sandy earth base layer.

Lap times are 21-26 seconds depending upon layout.

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Rock Crawling Information

Track size approximately 60m x 10m, located between the race tracks, with a new section above the 1/10th track.

The main route is laid out left to right, and has two numbered sections, starting in the bottom left corner, with many natural and man made obstacles to drive on and over.

There are multiple sub routes, so obstacles can be sessioned. The driving surface is a mix of sand/mud, rocks and wood work.

Lap times are as long as you make them, no decoder required. Just be careful where you step as the ground can be slippery and is off camber.

Our Location

Herts Nitro model Club Westmill Farm Ware SG12 0ES

Located near Ware and Hertford in Hertfordshire close to the A10 dual carriageway.

15 mins from A1(M) J4 or J7 15 mins from M25 J25 20 mins from M11 J7

Useful information

Herts RC Models (based on Westmill Farm site adjacent to HNMC) - 01920 466995 -

Westmill Farm Camp site - Nearest petrol station - BP Rush Green - Stanstead Road SG13 7SH - 01992 517650


Here will be our most recent posts, from announcements or just showing off our track.


RC racing - not only a fun and exciting hobby; it can give racers great insight into Motorsport in general. Lewis Hamilton started racing with RC buggys at our club while more recently avid 1/12th racer Mark Stiles moved into F1. Mark now works at Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team as a Composite and Mechanical Design Engineer. Mark describes RC racing as Motorsport in miniature with so many transferrable skills - car architecture, terminology, vehicle dynamics and car setup knowledge. Knowing how components work and how they affect the car is very important. Plus you're in a competitive environment, dealing with pressure, collaborating with others; all in a social setting. Our hobby is therefors very good for personal development and if you want to work in the motor racing industry - invaluable.


Racing has resumed at HNMC with the restrictions slowly easing. The team are working hard to keep everyone safe while they have fun. 1/8th have had 4 rounds of racing, while the 1/10th have done 2 rounds and 5 Tuesday night sessions. There’s been some very close competitive racing and hard fought victories as racers rediscover their form. In other news Darren has been discussing all things 1/10th with Aidan and Joey over at the Extra Lap podcast.

Have a listen: Extra Lap Podcast Link to Apple podcast: Extra Lap Podcast