The New South Wales Radio Control Racing Car Club has a proud history within the Liverpool Local area exceeding three decades.
In the early 1980s we first started at the old Holsworthy Army base racing on what is now the suburb of Wattle Grove, at that time we would race on a bitumen paved surface and set the track up for each race meeting.
In the mid-1980s we were moved to the Cross Roads Hotel and operated in the back carpark for a little over 10 years before the site was resumed for a shopping complex.
In 1986 we became one of the first recreational not for profit Clubs in NSW to become incorporated under the Associations Incorporations Act of 1984, this was a key movement by the Club at that time to secure its future as a reputable and recognised organisation within the Liverpool community.
In the mid-1990s we relocated to the new site now known as Helles Reserve, off Helles Avenue Moorebank. To present day this remains the proud home of our club.
We love to Race and we welcome all that share the same desire.