The Belgian SCT Cup is an national official serie. Its goal is to attract newcomers as well as experienced racers. The trucks are attractive by their looks and their reasonable pricing, and they allow for close racing which is appealing. Those are the reasons why we think it’s a great entry point to our hobby. Even though it is a competition, fun and relax atmosphere are there!
A typical season visits race tracks all over Belgium: Bauffe, Merchtem, Enghien, Seraing, Kampenhout, Charleroi,... Races are usually held on first Sunday of each month starting in April/May.
The race is cancelled due to a lack of entries.
Registration for next race on July 1st is open, here. Warning : due to organization issue, the race will be held on the Meux track instead of Bugg’Ittre track. Practical information on the track is to be found here.
Registration for next race on June 3rd is open, here. Practical information on the club is to be found here.
Registration for next race on May 6th is open, here. Practical information on the club is to be found here.
The last round of the Cup takes place at the indoor astro track of the Black Country Arena, as usual. This year however, the track has been completely revamped, as the new owner, Christophe Meert, changed not only the track layout, but also the drivers’ location. This new layout offers a moderate grip astro surface with “stop and go” hairpins, high steep corner, a funny winding section on painted concrete…
For the first time, the Off-road Racing RC Torhout (ORRT) hosts a race of the Belgian SCT Cup. This astro track is a long one (250 meters!) and offers both technical and flat-out sections, with some tricky jumps that requires a very precise driving. It has rained all day and night before the race, so the track will be wet all morning long and starts to dry only in the…
Since the beginning of the Belgian SCT Cup in 2012, the September race is hosted by the MBV Kampenhout and its famous track. This year as every year, Willy and Liliane Heremans provide a flawless organization, which allows to run four qualifications rounds instead of the usual three, giving the drivers more opportunities to improve their lap times, on this very technical track that demands a lot of concentration and…