"A camp held be the West Australia Disabled Sports Association at the Hills Forrest Discovery Campsite saw participants trying out their skills racing remonte control cars and Nerf target shooting with adapted/modified equipment." - found via YouTube.
Chequered Flag Slot-Cars sounds great too out in Australia if it's not the same thing. A nice accessible R/C car solution here at CanAssist in Canada. Also the one I knew of first, Mark Heath's UK Wii Nunchuk adaptation here as showcased by Gavin at SpecialEffect. Nerf Gun info here from the first person I'm aware of doing this, Gavin Philips.
If anyone out there is aware of a wheelchair joystick being used to blue-tooth to a R/C hand-set, please do get in touch with me via OneSwitch.org.uk as I've been contacted by a man looking for this kind of solution.
Edit: Many thanks to Will Wade for suggesting looking into these possibilities: My Robot Lab's Control a Robot with Blue-tooth Tutorial, The Dension WiFi RC allowing control of most R/C toys using an iOS or Android device, and the very interesting looking Bleduino wireless board.
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