REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR AWCC FINALS
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2011 EVENT FORMAT UPDATE:
There will be no 1.9 or Super comp at 2011 AWCC
THURS June 23
7:00PM – 9:00PM EVENT REGISTRATION:
2.2LCQ / 2.2COMP / SCX10 Scale Challenge
FRI June 24
6:30AM 2.2 LCQ – REGISTRATION OPEN
7:30AM 2.2 LCQ – REGISTRATION CLOSE
8:00AM 2.2 LCQ DRIVERS MEETING – MANDATORY
8:30AM 2.2 LCQ Judges Meeting
9:00AM 2.2 LCQ COMP > START
4:00PM 2.2 LCQ COMP > FINISHED
5:00PM 2.2 LCQ RESULTS POSTED
5:30PM AXIAL SCX10 G6 Challenge – Registration – OPEN
6:30PM AXIAL SCX10 G6 Challenge – Registration – CLOSE
*7:00PM AXIAL SCX10 G6 Challenge – STAGE ONE > START
*8:30PM AXIAL SCX10 G6 Challenge – STAGE ONE > FINISH
*Yes, NIGHT RUN! A personal head lamp is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
SAT June 25
6:30AM 2.2 COMP REGISTRATION OPEN
7:30AM 2.2 COMP REGISTRATION CLOSE
8:00AM 2.2 Comp Drivers Meeting – MANDATORY
8:30AM 2.2 Comp Judges Meeting
9:00AM 2.2 Comp – START
3:30PM 2.2 Comp – FINISH
6:00PM 2.2 Comp AWARDS Ceremony + Scale Show & Shine
*10:00PM AXIAL SCX10 G6 Challenge – STAGE TWO > START
*12:00AM AXIAL SCX10 G6 Challenge – STAGE TWO > FINISH
*Yes, NIGHT RUN! A personal head lamp is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
SUPER SCALE SUNDAY!!! June 26
AXIAL SCX10 G6 Challenge
8:00AM DRIVERS MEETING
8:30AM MUD PIT MAHEEM
9:00AM FRAME TWISTER ALLEY
9:30AM AXIAL WOOLEY PULL
10:30AM G6 Challenge – Stage 3 – Start
11:30AM G6 Challenge – Stage 3 – Finish
12:00PM AWARDS CEREMONY – START
1:00PM AWARDS CEREMONY – FINISH
The 2011 Axial West Coast Championships will be contested in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains, once again at Cisco Grove Campgrounds June 24th-26th, 2011.
Everyone knows that the Axial West Coast Championships is more than just a comp, this is family getaway! Come early and bring the off road toys, fishing poles or hiking boots and enjoy exploring the local mountains. Don’t forget the GPS and hunt for some great geocaches. Bring your XR10 Comp Rig and SCX10 Scale’r and challenge yourself in what is sure to be one of the most challenging Comp & Scale events for 2011.
2.2 COMP EVENT INFO [Friday & Saturday]
The 2011 AWCC has a similar format as the 2010 season with Drivers having to qualify for a spot in the line up on Championship day. These qualifiers are the Arizona Copperstate Crawloff hosted by PARC, the Shamrock Showdown hosted by 801RCC, the Long Beach Qualifier hosted by ORCRC and WPRCCA, and the R.E.C.O.N. West Coast Qualifier hosted by R.E.C.O.N. Crawlers. The Axial West Coast Championships has crowned R/C crawling champions from all over the country and in 2011, the East Coast R/C crawler will have a chance to earn a guaranteed spot in the AWCC.
For the first time ever, the two biggest Championships in the country will be giving the top 10 drivers invites for Championship day. What that means is, this years top 10 overall drivers from the 2011-ECC will be in the hunt for the 2011-AWCC title and the top 10 overall drivers from the 2011-AWCC will have spots in the 2012 East Coast Championships. There will always be a friendly rivalry between East and West R/C rock crawlers and now those drivers can show the country who is most talented!
2011 Axial West Coast Championship – Comp schedule:
June 24th 2011 – Friday…………2.2 LCQ.
June 25th 2011 – Saturday…….2.2 Championships w/Awards dinner and Awards Presentation.
Axial drivers finishing 1st-3rd place will be awarded special prizes.
Axial Scale Challenge at 2011 AWCC [Friday-Evening, Saturday-Night & Sunday]
The 2011 AWCC will host the Axial Scale Challenge comprised of both the famous RECON G6 Challenge and Tuff Truck Competition. No qualification needed – just sign up!
Axial Racing continues to bring the R/C rock crawler new and exciting events. Participants and bystanders at the 2010 AWCC witnessed the first Axial Scale Day. Drivers who participated were treated to TTC styles challenges with 3 driving stages that tested a R/C scaler’s driving ability while pushed their rig to new capabilities. If you did not have a chance to participate in the scale activities, but heard about all the fun, seen all the pictures, and witnessed the aftermath… Relax! IT’S BACK and it’s BIGGER!
The 2011 Axial West Coast Championships is one of the best comps for R/C crawlers – period! But, now R/C Scaler’s too can rejoice! Axial has unshackled the madd scientist from the chains of scaleistic-sanity to bring the G6 Challenge in conjunction with TTC to the 2011 AWCC! The 2011 Axial Scale Challenge is a truly unique experience that you do not want to miss participating in! The 2011 Axial Scale Challenge will start Friday evening with Stage #1 of the RECON G6 Challenge. This stage time will be the first of several scale challenges that will continue on Saturday night and Sunday. Sunday will be a scale driver’s paradise with several TTC style challenges that must be survived to complete Stage #3 of the G6 Challenge.
2011 Axial West Coast Championship – SCX10 Scale Challenge schedule:
June 24th 2011 – Friday ……………………..…G6 Challenge Stage #1
June 25th 2011 – Saturday NIGHT……………..G6 Challenge Stage #2 – night stage
June 26th 2011 – Sunday………..………………TTC Courses and G6 Challenge Stage #3
Scale Challenge participants must use Axial SCX10 frame/chassis, Axial Axles and Axial Transmissions.
Scale Challenge participants must meet the requirements in scale class to recieve special Axial awards/prizes.
G6 / SCX-10 Scale Challenge Classes.
I am honored to once again to be part of such a great event. From the get go, I want to thank Axial Inc’s; Jeff Johns, Matt Kearney, Rodney Wills, Brad “Bender” Dumont, Scott Hughes, Brandon Coonce, and the rest of the Axial Team for their support! Without the help from the AWCC volunteers, this great event would not be what it is today. Thank you Stuart Gartner, Brad & Cole Bailey, John Riplinger, John Halman, all the members of WPRCCA (I love you guys), and every Nor-Cal driver who puts rubber to rock or has ever helped judge, keep up the good work, I’m proud of all of you who are passionate and willing to show others how much fun R/C crawling is.
Axial Racing is the only R/C manufacturer to back an entire series of qualifiers that leads up to a championship and last year, with the help of OCRCRC, SDRCRC, 4CRC2, 801RCC, ORCRC, WPRCCA, CCRC, NCVRCC, and RECON Crawlers the AWCCQ Series was second to none, due to the fact that all the great people that make up all these R/C clubs were the utmost professionals and went above and beyond to ensure that every driver had a great time. Dwayne Oliver, Nabil Jamali, Curtis Miller, Ryan Gerrish, Ron Mesa, Dan Bowes, and Amer Sahtout are just some of the drivers that make a difference in the quality of any competition. Whether it’s on the local level or playing a key role in the Axial West Coast Championships; their efforts are an asset to all drivers.
If you have any questions or concerns feel free to pm and I will see you at the 2011 Axial West Coast Championships, until then keep having fun and support those that support our great hobby/sport.
-Brian Parker / Axial Team Driver & AWCC Event Coordinator
ABOUT AWCC: The Axial West Coast Championship [AWCC] is an annual event where radio controlled hobby enthusiast gather, specifically those interested in the sport of competition rock crawling. While the event is both timed, scored and awarded first through third place for three different classes, this event is more of a festival where the whole family is invited. The AWCC event is held in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains at the Cisco Grove Camp Grounds nestled in the Donner Summit. The AWCC takes over the 406-site campground as many of the AWCC competitors make this a vacation, coming early bringing off road vehicles exploring the campgrounds OHV trail access to adventure. Yes, this is a LIFESTYLE and R/C is an extension of that lifestyle!