International Federation of Model Auto Racing

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International Federation of Model Auto Racing
IFMAR
Category R/C Car racing
Jurisdiction International
Founded 1979
President E Dallas Mathiesen
Chairman Sander De Graaf (IC)
Frank Mostrey (EP)
Official website
www.ifmar.org
2005 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD Winner Neil Cragg (center), Ryan Cavalieri (left), and Ryan Maifield.

The International Federation of Model Auto Racing (IFMAR) is the world governing body of professional radio controlled racing.

The organization was created in 1979 by professional racer and RC model entrepreneur Ted Longshaw. At that time, many different governing bodies operated under their own rules throughout the world. IFMAR was conceived as a way to bring the different, fragmented organizations under a single, governing body. IFMAR's constitution also promotes international friendship and sportsmanship.

Each of the member blocs organises the IFMAR World Championship event on behalf of IFMAR.

Masami Hirosaka is perhaps the world's most distinguished racer. He has a record of 14 IFMAR World Championships, followed by Lamberto Collari with 8 individual WC plus 1 team title, all within a single category.

Governing bodies[edit]

IFMAR governs RC racing through four international governing bodies, or "blocs" representing 45 member nations and with full voting rights:

Secretariat[edit]

Presidents[edit]

# Name Nationality Term
1. Ted Longshaw  United Kingdom 1979–1995
2 John D. Grant  Australia 1995–2005
3 E Dallas Mathiesen  Sweden 2005–

Eligibility to IFMAR World Championship event[edit]

To be allowed to compete in an IFMAR World Championship event, the competitor has to be a member of a national body (such as ROAR of North America, SARDA from South Africa, BRCA from the United Kingdom, etc.). The competitor has to contact a representative of the body who will determine if they are competent enough to compete in the world championship round.[1] The driver does not specifically have to have qualified in that discipline in which they choose to race (e.g. a driver who is competent in 1:10 on road racing wishes to qualify for 1:8 off-road).[1]

IFMAR World Championship Winners[edit]

Year Bloc Scale Class Name Car–Motor Venue Location
1977 ROAR 1:8 Sport IC Track United States Butch Kroells[2][3][4] Associated RC100–K&B Thorp Raceway Pomona, California United States
1978 EFRA 1:8 Formula IC Track[nb 1] England Phil Greeno[5] PB9 International–K&B Port Hercules Monte Carlo Monaco
1979 EFRA 1:8 Sport IC Track United Kingdom Phil Booth[6] PB9 International–OPS Circuit Micro-Racing Geneva Switzerland
1980 EFRA 1:8 Formula IC Track[nb 1] Italy Giulio Ghersi PB9 International Port Hercules Monte Carlo Monaco
1981 ROAR 1:8 Sport IC Track United States Arturo Carbonell[5][7] Delta Super J–Picco Castleton Square Indianapolis, Indiana United States
1982 ROAR 1:12 Electric Track Stock United States Kent Clausen[2][3] Associated RC12i Grand Hotel Anaheim, California United States
Electric Track Modified United States Arturo Carbonell[2][3] Delta Phaser
1983 EFRA 1:8 Sport IC Track France David Lecat PB Alpha–Picco Circuit Carnoux Carnoux-en-Provence France
1984 EFRA 1:12 Electric Track Stock United States Bud Bartos Parma Euro Panther–Igarashi 05 Herning Denmark
Electric Track Modified United States Tony Neisinger[2][3] Associated RC12i–Reedy
1985 FEMCA 1:8 Sport IC Track Netherlands Rody Roem[8][9][10] Serpent Quattro–OPS Tokyo Disneyland Urayasu, Chiba Japan
ROAR 1:10 Electric Off Road Stock[nb 2] United States Jay Halsey[2][3] Associated RC10 Ranch Pit Shop Pomona, California United States
Electric Off Road Unlimited[nb 2] United States Gil Losi Jr Yokomo Dog Fighter YZ-834B
1986 EFRA 1:8 IC Off Road France Frederic Veysseyre Yankee 86–Cipolla Mini Circuit de Montbonnot Grenoble France
ROAR 1:12 Electric Track Modified United States Tony Neisinger[2][3] Associated RC12L–Reedy Las Vegas, Nevada United States
1987 ROAR 1:8 Sport IC Track United States Pete Fusco[2][3] Associated RC500–Novarossi Ranch Pit Shop Pomona, California United States
EFRA 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Joel Johnson Kyosho Ultima Romsey Off-Road Club Romsey England
Electric Off Road 4WD Japan Masami Hirosaka[11] Schumacher CAT XL–HPI UNO Blue Label
1988 EFRA 1:8 IC Off Road Italy Maurizio Monesi Garbo Roadfighter–Mantua T4 Mantua Italy
1:12 Electric Track Modified Japan Masami Hirosaka[2][3] Associated RC12L Baarn Netherlands
1989 EFRA 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[12] BMT 891–REX Collari Model Auto Club Heemstede[13] Heemstede Netherlands
FEMCA 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD Japan Masami Hirosaka[2][3] Associated RC10–Reedy St. Ives Showground[14] St Ives, New South Wales Australia
Electric Off Road 4WD Japan Masami Hirosaka[2][3] Yokomo Super Dog Fighter YZ-870C–Reedy
1990 EFRA 1:8 Team IC Track Group C Italy Michele Baruzzi
Italy Lamberto Collari
Italy Massimo Fantini
BMT 891 Türkheim Germany
FEMCA IC Off Road Japan Koji Sanada Mugen Super Sport–Novarossi Bangkok Thailand
1:12 Electric Track Modified United States Chris Doseck[3] Associated RC12L Singapore
1991 ROAR 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[15] BMT 891–Nova Collari Austin, Texas United States
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD Japan Masami Hirosaka[2][3] Associated RC10–Reedy Freedom Hill Park Sterling Heights, Michigan United States
Electric Off Road 4WD United States Cliff Lett Yokomo Super Dog Fighter Works '91
1992 EFRA 1:8 IC Off Road Japan Kokushi Toge Kyosho Inferno–OS RX Usingen Germany
ROAR 1:10 Electric Track PRO 10 United States Joel Johnson Trinity EV-10[16][17] Ranch Pit Shop Pomona, California United States
1:12 Electric Track Modified United States Tony Neisinger[2][3] Associated RC12LW Grand Rapids, Michigan United States
1993 EFRA 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[18] BMT 933–Nova Collari Gothenburg Sweden
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Brian Kinwald[2][3] Associated RC10 Worlds Car Pipps Hill Leisure Complex Basildon England
Electric Off Road 4WD Japan Masami Hirosaka Yokomo Super Dog Fighter Works '93–Reedy
1994 EFRA 1:8 IC Off Road Italy Maurizio Monesi Kyosho Turbo Inferno–OS Kirchschlag in der Buckligen Welt Austria
1:10 Electric Track PRO 10 Japan Masami Hirosaka Yokomo YRX-10–Reedy Tamiya Raceway Sonneberg Sonneberg Germany
1:12 Electric Track Modified United Kingdom David Spashett Corally SP12G2[19] Paris France
1995 FEMCA 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[9][20] Serpent Excel–Nova Collari Phuket Thailand
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Matt Francis[2][3] Associated RC10B2 Yatabe Arena[21] Tsukuba, Ibaraki Japan
Electric Off Road 4WD United States Mark Pavidis Yokomo Super Dog Fighter YZ-10
1996 EFRA 1:8 IC Off Road Italy Alex Laffranchi Kyosho Inferno MP-5–Picco P6 National Motor Museum[22] Beaulieu, Hampshire England
ROAR 1:10 Electric Track PRO 10 United States Mike Swauger[3] Associated RC10L2 Revelation Raceway Ontario United States
1:12 Electric Track Modified Japan Masami Hirosaka[2] Associated RC12LC–Reedy
1997 FAMAR 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[9][23] Serpent Vector–Novarossi Speed Pegaso Raceway Toluca Mexico
ROAR 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Brian Kinwald Losi XX-CR Ranch Pit Shop[21] Pomona, California United States
Electric Off Road 4WD Japan Masami Hirosaka Yokomo Super Dog Fighter MX-4–Reedy
1998 EFRA 1:8 IC Off Road Germany Daniel Reckward[24] Kyosho Inferno MP-6–RB WS7 Mini Autódromo do Estádio Universitário de Coimbra Coimbra Portugal
1:10 IC Track 235mm Class I Group C Germany Michael Salven[9] Serpent Impact–Nova Mega Auto Modelbouw Club Apeldoorn Apeldoorn Netherlands
IC Track 235mm Class II Touring Cars Finland Timmo Rinne[9] Serpent Impact–Nova Mega
Electric Track ISTC United Kingdom David Spashett Losi Street Weapon Temple Park Leisure Centre[25] South Shields, Newcastle upon Tyne England
Electric Track PRO 10 United Kingdom David Spashett Trinity Switch Blade
1:12 Electric Track Modified United Kingdom David Spashett Trinity Switch Blade 12SJ
1999 EFRA 1:8 Sport IC Track France Adrien Bertin[26] Mugen MRX2–Nova JP Mini Circuit Patrick Depailler[27] Clermont Ferrand France
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD Japan Masami Hirosaka[2] Associated RC10B3–Reedy Uimahalli Rauma Finland
Electric Off Road 4WD Finland Jukka Steenari Losi XX-4
2000 ROAR 1:8 IC Off Road Japan Yuichi Kanai[24] Kyosho Inferno MP-7.5–RB WS7 Silverton Hotel[28] Las Vegas, Nevada United States
EFRA 1:10 IC Track 235mm Touring Cars Germany Michael Salven[9] Serpent Impact M2–Nova Mega Stöhr-Ring Kirchberg an der Raab Austria
FEMCA Electric Track PRO 10 Japan Masami Hirosaka Yokomo YRX-2000 Yatabe Arena Tsukuba, Ibaraki Japan
Electric Touring Cars Japan Atsushi Hara Yokomo MR4-TC Pro
1:12 Electric Track Modified Japan Masami Hirosaka[2] Associated RC12L3
2001 FEMCA 1:8 Sport IC Track Japan Kenji Osaka[29] Mugen MRX-3–Nova JP John Grant International Raceway[30] Sydney Australia
EFRA 1:5 IC Touring Germany Marcel Strauch[31] FG Competition–Zenoah G230RC Minidrom Ettlingen Ettlingen Germany
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Matt Francis Losi XXX Tshwane Raceway And Promotions (TRAP) Pretoria South Africa
Electric Off Road 4WD Finland Jukka Steenari Losi XX-4
2002 FAMAR 1:8 IC Off Road United States Greg Degani Kyosho Inferno MP-7.5–OS RZ V01B Green Mountain Raceway Punta del Este Uruguay
ROAR 1:10 IC Track 235mm Touring Cars United States Brian Berry[9][24][32] Serpent Impact M2–RB X12 Hamilton Ohio Scale Auto Raceway[33] Hamilton, Ohio United States
200mm Nitro Touring United States Mark Pavidis Associated Nitro TC3–O’Donnell RB
FAMAR Electric Track Touring Thailand Surikarn Chaidejsuriya Tamiya TRF414M Keywest Model Racers Krugersdorp, Gauteng South Africa
1:12 Electric Track Modified Japan Masami Hirosaka Yokomo 12LY[34]
2003 ROAR 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[35] Kyosho Evolva 2005 WC–Sirio Hamilton Ohio Scale Auto Raceway[36][37] Hamilton, Ohio United States
1:5 IC Touring Netherlands Hessel Roskam[31] FG Competition Evo 2003 KZ Speedway[38] Sun Valley, Los Angeles, California United States
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Billy Easton[2] Associated RC10B4 Minnreg RC Car Club Largo, Florida United States
Electric Off Road 4WD United States Ryan Cavalieri Losi XXX-4
2004 EFRA 1:8 IC Off Road France Guillaume Vray[24] Mugen MBX 5–RB WS7II Fururing Raceway[39] Furulund Sweden
FAMAR 1:10 200mm Nitro Touring France Adrien Bertin Kyosho PureTen V-One RRR–Sirio Jundiai Raceway[40][41] Jundiaí, São Paulo Brazil
ROAR Electric Touring Germany Marc Rheinard Tamiya TRF415 Full Throttle Speedway[42] Kissimmee, Florida United States
1:12 Electric Track Modified Japan Masami Hirosaka[2] Associated RC12L4
2005 EFRA 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[35] Kyosho Evolva–Sirio PR-Pro Messina[43] Messina, Sicily Italy
1:5 IC Touring United Kingdom Ian Oddie[44][45] H.A.R.M. SX-3–Zenoah Mini Racing Ticino e Moesa Lostallo Switzerland
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD England Neil Cragg[46] Associated RC10B4 AF Model Rings[47] Collegno Italy
Electric Off Road 4WD United States Ryan Cavalieri JConcepts BJ4
2006 FEMCA 1:8 IC Off Road United States Mark Pavidis[48] Kyosho Inferno MP777 WC–OS V-Spec Ancol R/C Circuit, Ancol Dreamland Jakarta Indonesia
1:10 200mm Nitro Touring Japan Keisuke Fukuda Mugen MTX-4R–Mugen Ninja[49] New England Raceway[50] Brisbane Australia
EFRA Electric Touring England Andrew Moore[51] Hot Bodies Cyclone AF Model Rings[52] Collegno Italy
1:12 Electric Track Modified United Kingdom David Spashett Corally SP12X "US Spec"[19]
2007 FAMAR 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari[53] Kyosho Evolva M3–Novarossi CARC (Club de Automodelismo Radiocontrolado de Córdoba) Córdoba Argentina
FEMCA 1:5 IC Touring Denmark Martin Lissau[31] FG Competition EVO 04 England Park Raceway Brisbane Australia
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD Japan Hayato Matsuzaki[2] Associated RC10B4 Hakusan Arena Ishikawa Japan
Electric Off Road 4WD United States Jared Tebo[2] Associated RC10B44
2008 ROAR 1:8 IC Off Road Japan Atsushi Hara[54] Hot Bodies D8–OS The Farm 2 R/C Raceway Charlotte, North Carolina United States
EFRA 1:10 200 mm IC On-road Italy Daniele Ielasi[55] Kyosho PureTen V-ONE RRR Evo.2–Picco P1-R EVO 3 Circuito Internacional de Monsanto Lisbon Portugal
FEMCA Electric Touring Germany Marc Reinhard Tamiya TRF416 Radio Control Speedway Bangkok Thailand
1:12 Electric Track Japan Naoto Matsukura Associated 12R5
2009 EFRA 1:8 Sport IC Track Italy Lamberto Collari Kyosho Evolva M3 Evo Mini Racing Ticino e Moesa[56] Lostallo Switzerland
FAMAR 1:5 IC Touring South Africa Barend Myburgh H.A.R.M. SX-3– Tshwane Raceway And Promotions (TRAP) Pretoria South Africa
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD Germany Martin Achter[2] Associated RC10B4*
Electric Off Road 4WD Germany Martin Achter[57] Team Durango DEX410*
2010 FEMCA 1:8 IC Off Road United States Cody King Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI2 – Orion Alpha ABI Pattaya RC Powerboat Track Pattaya Thailand
ROAR 1:10 200 mm IC On-road United States Ralph Burch Xray NT1 – Max Power XXL3 Gulf Coast Raceway Houston, Texas United States
EFRA Electric Touring Germany Marc Rheinard Tamiya TRF416X – Speed Passion MAC Burgdorf Burgdorf, Hanover Germany
1:12 Electric Track Japan Naoto Matsukura Yokomo R12 – NOSRAM
2011 ROAR 1:8 Sport IC Track Germany Robert Pietsch Mugen MRX-5 – Novarossi Homestead RC Raceway Homestead, Florida United States
EFRA 1:5 IC Touring France Guillaume Solon Contrast Neox GS Complexe d'Hanvec Brest France
1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Ryan Cavalieri Team Associated RC10B4.1 – Team Orion Pitkamaki Race-Center Vaasa Finland
Electric Off Road 4WD United States Ryan Cavalieri Team Associated RC10B44.1 – Team Orion
2012 FAMAR 1:8 IC Off Road Spain Robert Batlle Mugen MBX-7 – Novarossi Speed Paradise Buenos Aires Argentina
FEMCA 1:10 200 mm IC On-road Thailand Meen Vejrak KM H-K1– Novarossi RC Addict Bangkok, Thailand Thailand
EFRA Electric Touring Netherlands Jilles Groskamp Tamiya TRF417 – Orion Model Auto Club Heemstede Heemstede Netherlands
1:12 Electric Track Japan Naoto Matsukura Yokomo R12 – Yokomo
2013 FEMCA 1:8 Sport IC Track Japan Tadahiko Sahashi Serpent 977 Viper – Picco Kei Tune Racing Speedway Chiba, Tokyo Japan
EFRA 1:5 IC Touring Germany Markus Feldmann Mecatech FW 01 Mini Racing Ticino e Moesa Lostallo Switzerland
ROAR 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD United States Jared Tebo Kyosho Ultima RB6 – Team Orion Silver Dollar R/C Raceway Chico, California United States
Electric Off Road 4WD United States Steven Hartson Team Associated RC10B44.2 – LRP

Statistics[edit]

Most Wins[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Rank Driver Wins 1:5 IC TC 1:8 IC Tr 1:8 IC OR 1:10 IC TC 1:10 IC Tr 1:10 EP TC 1:10 EP Tr 1:10 EP OR2 1:10 EP OR4 1:12 EP Tr
1 Japan Masami Hirosaka 14 2 3 4 5
2 Italy Lamberto Collari 9 9
3 United Kingdom David Spashett 5 2 3
4 United States Ryan Cavalieri 4 1 3
5 United States Tony Neisinger 3 3
United States Mark Pavidis 1 1 1
Germany Marc Rheinard 3
Japan Naoto Matsukura 3
8 United States Arturo Carbonell 2 1 1
Italy Maurizio Monesi 2
United States Joel Johnson 1 1
United States Brian Kinwald 2
Germany Michael Salven 2
France Adrien Bertin 1 1
Finland Jukka Steenari 2
Japan Atsushi Hara 1 1
Germany Martin Achter 1 1
United States Jared Tebo 1 1

Car manufacturers[edit]

Rank Driver Wins 1:5 IC TC 1:8 IC Tr 1:8 IC OR 1:10 IC TC 1:10 IC Tr 1:10 EP TC 1:10 EP Tr 1:10 EP OR2 1:10 EP OR4 1:12 EP Tr
1 United States Associated Electrics 27 2 1 11 3 9
2 Japan Kyosho 16 4 8 2 2
3 Japan Yokomo 12 1 2 6 3
4 Netherlands Serpent 8 4 4
5 Japan Mugen Seiki 7 3 3 1
6 United States Team Losi 6 1 2 3
7 Japan Tamiya 5 5
8 United Kingdom PB Racing 4 4
Italy Blitz Model Technica 4
10 United States Trinity 3 2 1
Germany FG Modellsport 3
12 United States Delta Systems 2 1 1
Netherlands Corally 2
Germany H.A.R.M. Racing 2
United States Hot Bodies 1 1

By Member Blocs (Drivers)[edit]

Rank Driver Wins 1:5 IC TC 1:8 IC Tr 1:8 IC OR 1:10 IC TC 1:10 IC Tr 1:10 EP TC 1:10 EP Tr 1:10 EP OR2 1:10 EP OR4 1:12 EP Tr
1 EFRA 50 5 16 7 2 3 5 1 2 3 3
2 ROAR 35 3 3 1 1 2 9 8 6
3 FEMCA 28 2 4 2 2 2 4 4 7
4 FAMAR 1 1

Win(s) by Nations (Drivers)[edit]

Rank Driver Wins 1:5 IC TC 1:8 IC Tr 1:8 IC OR 1:10 IC TC 1:10 IC Tr 1:10 EP TC 1:10 EP Tr 1:10 EP OR2 1:10 EP OR4 1:12 EP Tr
1  United States 35 3 3 1 1 2 9 8 6
2  Japan 26 2 4 1 1 2 4 4 7
3  Italy 14 10 3 1
4  Germany 11 2 1 1 2 3 1 1
5  United Kingdom 9 1 2 1 1 1 3
6  France 6 1 2 2 1
7  Finland 3 1 2
8  Thailand 2 1 1
 Netherlands 1 1
10  Denmark 1 1
 South Africa 1
 Spain 1

Most Wins in a single season[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Rank Driver Total Year Class
1 United Kingdom David Spashett 3 1998 1:10 Electric Track Touring
1:10 Electric Track PRO 10
1:12 Electric Track
2 Japan Masami Hirosaka 2 1989 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD
1:10 Electric Off Road 4WD
Japan Masami Hirosaka 2000 1:10 Electric Track PRO 10
1:12 Electric Track
Germany Martin Achter 2009 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD
1:10 Electric Off Road 4WD
United States Ryan Cavalieri 2011 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD
1:10 Electric Off Road 4WD

Consecutive Wins[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Rank Driver Total Year Class
1 Italy Lamberto Collari 5 1989-1997 1:8 IC Track
2 Italy Lamberto Collari 4 2003-2009 1:8 IC Track
3 Japan Masami Hirosaka 3 2000-2004 1:12 Electric Track
Japan Naoto Matsukura 2008-2012 1:12 Electric Track

Car manufacturers[edit]

Rank Brand Wins Years Class
1 United States Associated Electrics 6 1982-1992 1:12 IC Track
Japan Kyosho 1992-2002 1:8 IC Off Road
3 Japan Yokomo 5 1989-1997 1:10 Electric Off Road 4WD
United States Associated Electrics 2003-2011 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD
Japan Kyosho 2003-2009 1:8 IC Track
6 United States Associated Electrics 4 1989-1995 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD
7 Italy Blitz Model Technica 3 1989-1993 1:8 IC Track
Netherlands Serpent 1998-2002 1:10 IC Track Touring
United States Team Losi 1999-2003 1:10 Electric Off Road 2WD
Japan Tamiya 2008-2012 1:10 Electric Touring

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Considered as a "World Cup" round, not as a World Championship.
  2. ^ a b Opened for both 2WD and 4WD cars.

Sources[edit]

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