WEC 6h Spa Francorchamps @ Rockingham Slot Car Club

The Digital Slot Car Association is pleased to announce a new six hour endurance event in partnership with Rockingham Slot Car Club.

The race will take place Sunday 12th November 2017.

The weekend is a double-header format with the DiSCA GT3 Euroseries event taking place on Saturday 11th November.

On Friday 10th November the club will open for visiting teams to set-up, submit cars for technical inspection, get firmware updates and partake in free practice using W.E.C. cars. The opportunity to participate in Rockingham Slot Car Club’s regular Friday club night will also be given.

A full schedule for the weekend is given in the sporting regulations.




Drinks and snacks are available from the club kitchen. There are several take-away food outlets, eateries and supermarkets in the nearby area.

The club has recently been extended to host the BSCRA Nationals circuit, on top of which the 6h circuit will be built.

The circuit will be thematically representative of the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Belgium.

Corner construction and decoration will be based on the Spa circuit wherever possible, although necessary compromises will be made in order that the circuit is accommodated within the layout of the figure-8 BRSCA track.



Cars may be entered in either of the following three categories;
LM P1 (2009 – 2017) Le Mans & FIA W.E.C.
LM P2 (2009 – 2017) Le Mans, FIA W.E.C. IMSA, ELMS, Asian Le Mans Series
LM GT (2011 – 2017) Le Mans, FIA W.E.C. IMSA GTLM, IMSA GTD, ELMS, Asian Le Mans Series

Cars must have a plastic chassis
Control motor (Slot.it Flat 6 or V12/4 23000rpm) supplied
Control tyres supplied
A permanent light kit is required

The technical regulations in full are attached to this post. Please check periodically that you have the latest version.

Winner of each category
Podium for each category
Best presented car (concours d’elegance)

To register a team please complete the online form: CLICK HERE

You must specify the car and category you wish to enter at the time of registration.

You must also reference the 1:1 car that your entry is modelled on in order to avoid duplicate paint schemes. The website RacingSportsCars.com will be used as the official source of reference. Paint schemes will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis. All form submissions are time stamped.

The registration fee is £90.00 to be payed in full by 1st October 2017..
A deposit of £30.00 is required with registration.

Payment via PayPal, bank transfer, personal cheque. Registration will not be considered official until a deposit has been received.

The first 12 teams to register will be entered into the race.

Any additional teams that register after the 12 places are taken will be added to a reserve list (maximum of 4). In the event that a registered team defaults, the first reserve will take their place. If a registered team does not process payment in full by 1st October, the first reserve will be invited to take their place. Non-competing reserve teams will have deposits refunded in full one week before the race.

Each team will receive an official sticker kit for their car which must be applied as per the regulations.

Final instructions, including provisional entry list, level of race firmware for chip and controller, and any travel considerations will be issued to team captains 10 days before the race.

Further information:

Please post any queries using our contact form, or via email at officialdisca@gmail.com

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Other Links

CLICK HERE for GT3 Euroseries information (Saturday race)

CLICK HERE for DiSCA WEC technical regulations

Good luck to all!