TRAC
TRAC is a premier radio control aircraft club in the Tampa Bay area.

7208 Taylor Road
Seffner, FL (not for mail)

Hillsborough County

AMA Chartered Club #220
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AUG   13 TRAC Monthly Meeting at  field 11 AM
SEP    10 TRAC Monthly Meeting at field 11 AM
OCT      8 TRAC Monthly Meeting at field 11 AM
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August 12, 2022: The Commemorative Air Force (CAF) is an International Organization that restores, maintains, flies, and sells rides on WWII airplanes to the public. We are forming a new CAF wing in Brooksville, Florida!!  

Our wing meets on the third Saturday of each month. The next meeting is on August 20, 2022 at 10:30 AM in the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) hanger 2475 Broad Street, Brooksville, Florida located on the Brooksville - Tampa Bay Regional Airport (BKV). You do not have to be a pilot or own an airplane to attend. You will get to see and touch a piece of history!!!
Look forward to seeing you on August 20th.
Regards,
Col. John Williams
CAF Dixie Wing

November 14, 2021: The membership has voted to increase the annual fees.  On Jan 1, 2022 the fees will change as follows:  Adult dues - $125, Family dues - $185, Adult initiation - $75, Rejoin fee - $35, Under 18 - $35 no initiation.  

November 14 2021: After 16 years as President, Scott Kantrowitz decided to step down.  He says he is looking forward to more stick time.  Each TRAC member should thank Scott for all of his contributions and hard work at TRAC.

February 10, 2021:  Check out Jean-Pierre Beland's article in the Feb AMA magazine on building an Aurora.  Click her to view the article.


November 14, 2021: Congratulations to the 2022 Officers - Don Riek President, James Chambers VP, Harvey Allen Secretary, Chuck Wolfe Treasurer, Bob Boetger Director, Vince Cesario Director.  There contact info is on the Officers page.

Do not fly over the orange grove!  Our neighbors who built their homes in the orange grove support our flying, but are concerned about an aircraft hitting one of their children.  Below you can see that a straight out departure to the west or approach from the west on runway 9/27 goes over the grove.  The no fly zones are shown in the aerial view below.
December 2017:  A defense authorization bill contains the requirement that small, unmanned aircraft must be registered with the FAA.  Effective immediately, TRAC members must register their aircraft over .55 lbs and display the registration number if they want to continue to fly at TRAC.

Click Here to access the FAA registration site.
Aerial view compliments of Randy Crouch
This page was last updated on: August 12, 2022
Based on county policy for county-owned/operated property, TRAC members and guests should follow current CDC guidelines when at the flying field.
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