2004 Ohio State Offroad Championship
Being held at Dirt Country RC Raceway. www.dcrcr.com
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We feature a 140' wide by 70' deep hard pack clay track located adjacent to the Dirt Country Moto-cross track. The track provides plenty of traction and limited tire wear. As you can see from the picture we have mixed in some mulch to help the track retain moisture and provide a more enjoyable race service. The track is built to accommodate all forms of racing, this is not a 1/8 scale only or electric only track. There is something for everybody.
There is ample parking and pit area but you will need to bring your own shelter from the sun, table and chair. Electric is provided but please bring an extension cord and surge protector. The track will be changed 3-4 times through the season so the picture here may not always be the current layout.
ROAR Membership is required to race at the track however ROAR membership is not required for practice. We have had to do this because of rising insurance costs and the increasing popularity of the larger more dangerous classes (1/8 scale and MT).
The layouts are made by the one & only Steve King, who makes the best fun MX style tracks in Ohio, that are easy on parts. The track also has mad traction for an outdoor track. With Tony (Skipgear) Hines running the mic, it's one of the smoothest running programs around. Not to mention that, this is Jesse Robbers home track, he just won the 2wd class ROAR Modified Nats over all the big name guys Kinwald, Francis, Cavilieri & Drake himself.
Dirt Country will also be holding the 3rd round of the North RC Pro-Series race the weekend of Sept. 3-5. I hear adam Drake might be able to make that race. He's good friends with Jesse & Skip.