Club Constitution and Code of Conduct
The club is a not-for-profit Incorporated Registered Association (A0012112R) under the Associations Incorporation Act 1981 – Section 30(4). We are run by volunteers. We have a constitution which defines how we operate, what the roles and responsibilities of the committee members are, and what is expected of our members.
Click here to view a copy of this document.
The Keilor Off Road RC Car Club is located at 45A Stadium Drive inside Keilor Park. Melways Reference 15 C5. We are 20 min drive from the Melbourne CBD, and 10 mins from Melbourne Airport.
If you intend to race on a regular basis, we strongly encourage you to become a club member. Membership fees go towards:
- Club registration with the national governing body
- Track rebuilds and maintenance
- Computer software license fees
- Improving the general facility to make racing more enjoyable
- Running special events
For more information on Membership, head to our membership page: here
Race Day Fees and Classes
At club meets, race entry fees vary depending on whether you are a member or not.
Our fee schedule can be found by following this link here.
Our refund policy can be accessed here.
What can you run? These are the most common classes you will find on a club day. Where entries are low in a particular class, they may be combined.
- 2WD Modified
- 2WD 17.5T Junior Stock (under 16yo)
- 2WD 17.5T Stock
- 4WD Modified
- 4WD 13.5T Stock
- 2WD Stadium Truck
- 2WD Short Course Truck
- 21.5T 2WD Buggy (Minimum FDR 6.0)
Club Championships Series
The club runs a winter and summer series for all members. Medals are awarded to first, second and third in each class. Rules of how the series works can be found by clicking here.
Club sponsorship packages are available to both individuals and companies. For more information on the costs and benefits of sponsorship, please email us at email@example.com or use our contact page here.
If you would like any further information, please contact us here
Meet your 2020 Committee
Jay Bloss is a 2wd and 4wd Open Modified driver who previously drove in Stock. He is also the father of junior racer Shelby Bloss. With a history of motor-cross racing, and a strong business background, Jay has been in the President role since August 2019 after previously serving as Track Manager. A fantastic person to meet at the track, Jay is a welcoming face at the club whose love of racing is infectious. If he is not racing, he will be manning the bobcat or roller.
Christina Munday is a non-racer, but wife to Life Member Ray Munday, and mum to racers Lachlan and Jasmine. Christina has been serving as Secretary since May 2019, and is responsible for communications in the club, administration, CAV requirements, membership enquiries and processing, and the Facebook Page. You’ll most likely first meet her answering your emails, membership applications and Facebook enquiries. A passionate junior supporter- Christina often collects momentos from overseas races (and racers) as encouragement awards for our junior racers.
Nicole “Nikki” Isergin is a non-racer and mum to Mitchell, Jordan and Lincoln whom all races across different classes. Nikki has been serving as Treasurer since May 2019, and is responsible for the club financials and payments.
She is also part of the dynamic duo of “Trackside Treats” (Nikki and Vikki) whom serve our community delicious food at our events, and are the heart of the club. Nikki together with Vikki put special touches on our events by making everyone feel welcome at the club.
Keith Simpson is Modified driver and dad to racers Adam and Caden. Keith and his wife Skye manage both sponsorship and the club series portfolios, as well as tackling anything else the club needs on a day-to-day basis. He is one of the first at the club to set-up, and often one of the last to leave. Keith is a great supporter of beginners, and always willing to lend a hand to help encourage others to enjoy the sport he loves. He doesn’t mind a good laugh either-hit hit up for a chat!
Da Ming Cook-Lee is a USA native, and relatively new racer at our club having joined us about two years ago. A tech guru, and the brains behind our IT, you’ll find him racing in Stock on the track. Having recently redesigned our web-page, Da Ming is now turning his hand at timing. Da Ming has a particular passion for providing information that is relevant to get new racers started. Da Ming is the other person you may meet answering your questions via KEORCA’s Facebook messenger, or the club email.
Club Honour Board- Past Office Bearers
KEORCA has a proud history dating back to 1985. At our 30th anniversary, we had a great opportunity to remember and acknowledge those that have served their club throughout those years, giving up their time and money to make the club what it is today. Their service will always be appreciated.
These people are recognised on the clubs honour board.