I have recently gotten into offroad r/c cars and want to make a track in my field for myself and friends.
All I have for "heavy equipment" would be [maybe] a small tractor, a couple 2wd utility 4 wheelers, a garden tiller and my truck. I would say at most there would be 6-8 trucks on the track at once, and that's being somewhat generous. Most of the time it'll just be 2-4. I need to look around local for some prices to rent equipment, I just don't know if I wanna lay the money down for a bobcat.
My plan right now is to mow it down super close and spray something to kill the grass and weeds. (Dad drives a spray rig for a living so that shouldn't be a problem). Then use a tiller, hopefully I can get a tractor with a tiller box or plow on it and start a rough outline.
For most of the jumps I'm gonna bury up some old fenceposts and boards. I'm gonna have to get creative for the tabletops because I want them to be a pretty good size. The closest water source is on the backside of the house about 80 yards away, but I've got a good size water tank I can put in the truck and fill up.
The field is pretty rutted up in a few places from a small atv mx track we made a few years back so hopefully I can smooth some of that out by taking extra dirt from there.
I'm really just gonna have to play it by ear. The first step is getting down to the dirt and starting an outline.
This a rough sketch I drew of what I would like to end up with.