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Carisma GT14 R/C car racing started as a distraction, but has grown into an obsession. Our swelled competitor numbers are matched by enthusiastic visitors to create an unusual and friendly atmosphere.
I started the Game People Radio Controlled Car club for a bit of fun. But as our numbers have grown and competition got stiffer it's becoming a part of Sunday evenings I can't do without.
Almost every week someone will bring along a friend to see the antics we get up to - and if they are lucky have a go on someone's precious Carisma GT14 R/C car. It's never long before the conversation turns to talk of how they can get a car of their own to start partaking in the weekly gatherings first hand.
As new members have joined our Radio Controlled ranks we've benefited from the various skills they have brought with them. Whether it's being able to cast stiffened plastics to make their own car shells, being an expert in tracking down Carisma GT14's on ebay, casting their own Carisma replacement parts or simply have pitch perfect drift skills, everyone has something to contribute.
If you want to join the R/C racing fun and live around Exeter, why not get in touch.
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But so far we've not found a way to streamline our review output - there's basically too much of it. So, rather than dilute things for newcomers we have decided to live with the hubbub while helping new readers find the columnists they will enjoy.
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