Racing electric RC cars is always going to be fun, no matter whether you are male or female, just out of nappies or even a grandparent, and with many leaps in technology, the radio controlled vehicles available on the market today are faster and more fun than ever.
However, whilst racing your cars with friends or family members is going to be a huge amount of fun, thinking a little bigger (or, to be more accurate, a little smaller) is going to make a big difference to what you can achieve and how much fun you can have.
The first thing to consider is staging your own rallies or joining clubs where you can race against others on purpose-built tracks. However, even more fun can be had when you create not just a track, but a whole new landscape.
Building your own model towns can allow you to race more realistically than ever before. Using 1/18 scale cars in amongst 1/18 scale cityscapes or on scaled down racing tracks will make the entire process of racing more exciting, a great deal more realistic and will allow you to see how skilled you really are on a genuine track.
Furthermore, rather than crashes potentially damaging your wonderful RC car, the impact will be far less destructive, other than to the lampposts or bins that you tear up during your race. As such, the feeling of jeopardy when you race will be heightened significantly, despite the fact that the chances of damaging your car will have been actually reduced a great deal.
So, if you want to race and make it feel as real as you possibly can, the best way to do it will be to spend a little time creating the perfect track and ensuring that you race against as many different competitors as possible.