Rocck Racing is new to the area.
They have just five races under their belt this season, but competitors say their sport is gaining major traction.
They race remote-controlled cars around a dirt track. A lot of it is based around competition and racing, but the camaraderie and fellowship is what really drives them.
"This is a family environment where you see a lot of father and son relationships," says Alan Fundora. "And if you can take a look around, just a lot of people and a lot of camaraderie. They all help each other fix each others cars. They give each other advice, and we do that all throughout the day. We've all become real close friends."
Rocck Racing gathers every other Saturday at the west end of Knoxville Zoo Drive. For more information about the group, visit the web site at www.rocckracing.com.