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This is a video of me trying to get around the new track at the Halifax RC Park. The track is pretty neat, it has a great rhythm and flow, with a small technical section, sweeping corners and a blistering straightaway. We took this video after a heavy rainfall and the track is still a bit slick. I am not making excuses for my poor driving, I was doing the same thing once the track dried, which didn’t take very long. It is going take a few batteries before I get a handle on this place, but you can start to see some sectors come together. My apologies for the camera work.
Please remember the track is a work in progress, we still plan to add jumps and other features. Plus address a few minor issues that have already come up. Don’t let that stop you from getting out there and enjoying it.
The track is down and marked at the Halifax RC Park. We still need to add jumps and a rhythm section, but there is no need to wait for that, head out to the park and try and crank out a couple of hot laps. Great job by the team that gave up there Saturday and got so much done. Thanks to all those “Shovel Guys”.
I just came from the RC Park and things are moving along great. The crew should be on lunch and they hope to start putting down lane dividers after lunch. Here are some pics of the progress so far today.
Things are moving along at the Halifax RC Park, we had 5 loads of top mix dropped off today and the other night we threw down another potential layout. This time instead of sketching it on paper, we used the lane dividers and the actual RC Park. This layout has a centre line of 504ft, it still features 12ft wide lanes, the 100ft straightaway and could produce a lap time around the 30 second range. This layout is still very fast, but it has a small technical section that should keep your attention and offer up some fantastic overtaking opportunities. Continue Reading
Two members of the Halifax RC Park Committee were on hand at the July 21, 2014 meeting of the North West Community Council. It was at this meeting that Halifax City Councillors Steve Craig, Brad Johns, Tim Outhit, Matt Whitman and Barry Dalrymple presented Todd Connolly and Adrian Parsons with a cheque for $5000 which was pooled together from the Councillors discretionary and district capital funds. The money will be used to gather the necessary supplies to complete the Halifax RC Park so that it is ready to welcome the community.
We want to thank these Councillors very much for the money, time and effort they have given us, to help make the Halifax RC Park a reality. If you are member of the RC community, or married to, or raising one, please remember theses Councillors at election time. They supported us when we needed it, please make sure you return the favor.