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Old 03-15-2022, 08:01 PM
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Looks like it is an old baseball field converted into an outdoor rc track by the Santa Ana River bed.

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Very true about the hours but it's better than nothing, or driving over an hour to the next closest track.
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Hi.

The hours are a work in progress. We were open more Ö but we are fairly new and having it open and no one comes we would run it at a loss. We do not have a hobby shop like other tracks as a source of income. Maybe if more ppl come we can open more days. Thanks !
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The hours are a work in progress. We were open more Ö but we are fairly new and having it open and no one comes we would run it at a loss. We do not have a hobby shop like other tracks as a source of income. Maybe if more ppl come we can open more days. Thanks !
Find ourselves watching the live feed frequently. Really hoping to drive there soon but need clarification on the ďrulesĒ . My son is 9 and drives better than half the adults we run into but the rules say he cannot drive on the track?
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Originally Posted by Ninetyeight740
Find ourselves watching the live feed frequently. Really hoping to drive there soon but need clarification on the ďrulesĒ . My son is 9 and drives better than half the adults we run into but the rules say he cannot drive on the track?
It looks like there is a "mini" track for children under 12. I too was watching the live feed the other day. Looks good!
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Originally Posted by mk4cam
It looks like there is a "mini" track for children under 12. I too was watching the live feed the other day. Looks good!
yea the mini track is a joke though, itís not worth our time to drive there to use it.
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Originally Posted by Ninetyeight740
yea the mini track is a joke though, itís not worth our time to drive there to use it.
Hi. We put that in the rules because we didnít want young kids that couldnít drive properly disturb other driversÖ. But we are well aware that thereís some smaller kids that can drive way better than adults haha.. if this is the case then yes they are definitely allowed to drive the big kid track
One thing weíre pretty strict about is we do not want kids marshaling Ö to much risk for us (and kids of course) and we feel itís unsafe for kids to Marshall Ö
I know some tracks are more lenient about it than others but we will not allow kids to Marshall.

We built the small little kids track for obviously new RC people or mostly small kids that are fairly young or really donít know what theyíre doing RC wise
Öas we have a Huckleberry kids fishing pond so we tend to get a lot of kids in the area so that was kind of for them

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Originally Posted by HuckleberryRC
Hi. We put that in the rules because we didnít want young kids that couldnít drive properly disturb other driversÖ. But we are well aware that thereís some smaller kids that can drive way better than adults haha.. if this is the case then yes they are definitely allowed to drive the big kid track
One thing weíre pretty strict about is we do not want kids marshaling Ö to much risk for us (and kids of course) and we feel itís unsafe for kids to Marshall Ö
I know some tracks are more lenient about it than others but we will not allow kids to Marshall.

We built the small little kids track for obviously new RC people or mostly small kids that are fairly young or really donít know what theyíre doing RC wise
Öas we have a Huckleberry kids fishing pond so we tend to get a lot of kids in the area so that was kind of for them

thanks!

deal!!! Then you will see us out there in the coming weeks!
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November looks to be a lot of fun.
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From FB page:
Good evening to all of you. I would like to announce that we will be having a Toy Drive race Saturday December 17th. Sign ins will start at 9am with races to proceed after. In order to enter the event, you will be asked to bring a unwrapped $10+ toy and pay all track and race fees. Toy is required!! Money will not be accepted in place of the toy. This will be a open class event with 3 classes to enter which are 1/8 buggy and truggy and 1/10 short course/ baby truggy. Matt Olson will be with us announcing as well. Come out and join the fun for a great cause. Remember that a $10 toy, (no exceptions) will allow you to enter the race along with track fees. Come out and join the fun. DRoc
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Quick question for the 1/10 crowd. What is the majority for the 1/10 right now, short course or truggy? Iím looking to start running at Huckleberry and going back and forth on truggy or short course to purchase. I want to stay 1/10 since I have tons of ESCís ,motors, and servos to support that scale already. But donít want to buy a kit that is not raced on the regular. Appreciate the input.
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Originally Posted by SlowGuySam
Quick question for the 1/10 crowd. What is the majority for the 1/10 right now, short course or truggy? Iím looking to start running at Huckleberry and going back and forth on truggy or short course to purchase. I want to stay 1/10 since I have tons of ESCís ,motors, and servos to support that scale already. But donít want to buy a kit that is not raced on the regular. Appreciate the input.
I think they run truggy and SCT in the same class, so either way you should be able to run it. I generally see more SCT on practice days, itís a pretty good group. Havenít made it to a race night yet though.

The track itself is really well laid out for SCT, a lot of fun.
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Originally Posted by Jrxpro
I think they run truggy and SCT in the same class, so either way you should be able to run it. I generally see more SCT on practice days, itís a pretty good group. Havenít made it to a race night yet though.

The track itself is really well laid out for SCT, a lot of fun.
yea thatís what I am curious about. The numbers of SCT versus Truggy. Donít want to get a truggy if the majority is SCT and vice versa. Used to run VTA onroad and as the numbers died down I kept getting lumped into other random classes and it lost its appeal.
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Originally Posted by SlowGuySam
yea thatís what I am curious about. The numbers of SCT versus Truggy. Donít want to get a truggy if the majority is SCT and vice versa. Used to run VTA onroad and as the numbers died down I kept getting lumped into other random classes and it lost its appeal.
I think youíd be safer with SCT. But tonight is race night, you should go check it out!
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Race night was last night this week. Most of the time its Wednesday. They post updates on Facebook under Huckleberry RC

There are a lot of 4 wheel drive short course racers on the regular.
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