Mini-Z Racing and Hobby store with all the parts, and upgrades to get you started racing or help you make your car faster.
Kyosho first introduced Mini-Z RC cars in 1999, they were considered the very first palm-sized RC race cars. They were designed to be very realistic and very competitive on the track.
Friday Night Mini-Z Racing
Our newly expanded professional track is open to practice at 5:00 pm, and racing starts at 7:00 pm
The race fee is $ 20.00 for 1 or all classes (typically 3 a night)
Please read our classes and rules below
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For chassis up to 98 mm, you may upgrade components except for the board, body, batteries, and motor.
You can run a Kyosho MR-03 90 mm to 98 mm right out of the box or you are allowed to do a few minor upgrades which help make the car more consistent and competitive. You may run an LM or MM motor pod, but the chassis and body must be under 98mm.
The car must run a Kyosho brushed motor or PN50 motor with any unmodified board. There are no restrictions on chassis length, differentials, suspension, or chassis modifications.
Only NiMH batteries, no lipo batteries.
Open for modified Mini-z, EVO Brushless, or other upgrade motor and control board setup. Upgraded differentials, suspension, or chassis modifications are allowed.
Open for all AWD Mini-z’s.
Proper manners and good sportsmanship are expected from all Mini-Z drivers at all times. It is important to understand that general bad behavior like cursing at others, intentional interference, etc, will not be accepted and will result in a driver being penalized, disqualified, or asked to leave.
All participants will be expected to attend the drivers' meeting. Drivers will be expected to understand and comply with each rule by the time they leave the driver's meeting. Ask any questions at this time.
If a racer notices an illegal item on another racer's car. Please report to a race official after that racer's race, so the car can be inspected without interference.
Substitute drivers are not allowed in any qualification or main event race. Immediate disqualification from the event for both drivers will result.