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2020 TFTR Masters

21-23 February 2020


Entries open now! Click here to enter.
Entry list is available on RCTECH



Friday 21 February 2020

  • Track open all day
  • Open practice – if it gets too busy then we will move to controlled practice by class


Saturday 22 February 2020

  •  9am drivers briefing
  • Qualifying - 5 rounds for all classes


Sunday 23 February 2020

  • 9am drivers briefing
  • Finals - 5 rounds for all classes


Templestowe Flat Track Racers

Templestowe Reserve, entry off Porter Street


Classes (must have 5 cars minimum to run) include:

  • ISTC Junior Sportsman (free entry, free set of tyres, and free lunch/drink)
  • ISTC 21.5T
  • ISTC 13.5T
  • ISTC Modified
  • 12th Scale Stock (13.5T)
  • 12th Scale Modified
  • GT


RCRA class rules apply unless otherwise stated in this document. 21.5 will not be using the control motor.

The club reserves the right to cap entries if required to ensure the meet can be run as planned although it is highly unlikely this will be required.


First class - $30

Second class - $15

Tyres pre-glued - $40


Midnight Friday 14 February 2020


Control tyres for all touring car classes (including GT) are:

  • Volante V7T-PG36R
  • Tyres used for qualifying and finals must be pre-purchased from the club

Tyres for all 12th Scale classes are open


Modified touring car - 4 sets

ISTC 13.5T - 3 sets

ISTC 21.5T - 2 sets

GT - 2 sets

ISTC Junior Sportsman - 1 set (included with free entry)


Controlled Tyres will be used for GT, Junior, 21.5T, 13.5T, and Modified Touring Car classes.

Tyres will be available for purchase at entry as well as additional sets (up to maximum allowances) at designated times during the weekend.

There are to be no modifications made to the tyre assembly (i.e. air holes in the rims must not be made bigger).

Re-gluing and tyre balancing is allowed.

Tyres will be marked by race organisers and checked regularly, tyres are allocated to you and your class.

Tyres may be interchanged within the sets purchased by a driver for that class without penalty.

If tyres are damaged the tyre assembly may not be used.

It is the drivers’ responsibility to ensure that all identifying marks on the tyre assembly are not damaged.

You may not use another entrant’s tyre(s).

Tyres must be collected prior to racing and must be returned before you leave the track on Saturday. Drivers failing to return tyres on Saturday will be disqualified.

Tyres are property of the entrant at the conclusion of the event.


The control tyre additive is Volante Purple. This will be provided by the club and is to be applied at the provided preparation table.

Wurth brake cleaner, Pitlane Green Clean and shop towel is available for purchase from the club.


In the interests of safety, the event organisers recommend that 240V electrical equipment be tested for safety prior to the event (i.e power supplies, soldering irons, power boards).

We reserve the right to refuse the use of any equipment considered unsafe.

Compressors – the club air compressor will be available for use by all entrants.

Personal air compressors may not be used to reduce noise and potential power spikes.



1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each class will receive a trophy.

Concourse trophy (body and chassis) trophy for best painted body shell.

All classes will be judged for Concourse together prior to the first qualifier.  To be eligible for concourse, body must be used at some stage during the event.


MyLaps and AMBrc transponders are supported.

MRT mPTX  personal transponders are supported.

Club transponders can be made available if required.


Undercover benches are available with first preference to our interstate and country guests.

Local competitors are welcome to bring their own tents, tables and chairs if they do not wish to pit in the undercover area – there is ample room for these.


Friday 21 February 2020

  • Coffees, drinks, pies and sausage rolls will be available

Saturday 22 February and 23 February 2020

  • Breakfast
    • Bacon and egg sandwich/roll
  • Lunch:
    • Hot dogs
    • BBQ – sausages, chicken burgers, beef burgers
  • All Day:
    • Drinks
    • Chips
    • Chocolates


Toilets are located a short walk from the track at the nearby footy/cricket club.


This meet will be run in accordance with the TFTR Code of Conduct which is available on our website here.

The aim is for all drivers to have fun and we will have a zero tolerance approach to any poor sportsmanship, bad language, or general breaches of the code.





All cars will be subject to typical weight and measure checks.

Bodies will be checked and marked. 

13.5T and 21.5T motors must be presented at initial scrutineering to be inspected and tagged prior to the commencement of qualifying.

The multimeter to be used for battery voltage testing will be available for checking battery voltages during Friday practice. It is the racers responsibility to ensure that their batteries are not overcharged.

No cross entry allowed between sanctioned Touring Car classes.

No cross entry allowed between 12th Scale classes.

13.5T AND 21.5T MOTORS

To speed up the process of car scrutineering, all stock classes 13.5, 21.5 will need to present up to scrutineering. Motors will be checked and tagged prior to the start of qualifying.

The tag must not be removed under any circumstances during the course of the event, it is the driver’s responsibility to make sure their motors have been through scrutineering.

Should a motor become damaged or unusable, a new one can be presented to the scrutineer and have it tagged.

Failure to comply will result in disqualification of that round.


Hobbywing motor and ESC combo only to be used as per RCRA rules.

Gearing is fixed to the minimum of 3.8 final drive ratio.

Drivers must be 14 years of age or younger as of 1 January 2020.

12th Scale

Class rules can be found at the following links




Class rules can be found at the following link



Class rules can be found at the following link



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