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My 1/8 scale RC track is 500 feet (150 meters) around with 12 foot (4 meter) wide lanes, 3 banked corners, a single jump, a small set of doubles, and a large set of doubles. Here’s some tips if you’re thinking of making your own RC track:
- Use the natural lay of the land to avoid fill where possible. If you’ve got a slope, use it as a berm or ramp. I chose a flat area and the fill was a ton of work!
- Use whatever materials are handy and cheap. I can’t get the black corrugated tubing for lane dividers, but I had access to lots of cheap fill dirt and I used weed killer on the lanes and left the natural grass to divide the lanes.
- Make a temporary layout and do lots of test runs with A LOT of patience! Once you start building, you don’t want to have to redo anything! Also, there are TONS of track layouts available online. Just search Google Images for “RC Track”!
- Plan drainage for when it rains…if possible, try to make ramps perpendicular and not parallel to your slope, otherwise you’ll end up with a bunch of lakes when it rains! Since I’ve got so many berms, I buried PVC tubing at ground level for drainage and cut them off flush with the berms.
- Get lots of help from your friends, you’re going to need it!
If you have the space and the motivation, go for it, it’s a ton of fun!
If you have any questions about an RC track project you’re thinking about, feel free to let me know in in the comments, or if you just want to share your track, check me out on
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