Tekin have announced their partnership with The Brushless Racing League 2017 BRL National Finals and All Star Challenge which will be held Apri 7th thru the 9th at ProLevel RC in St. Louis, Mo. Here is the press release by Chuck Kleinhagen from The Brushless Racing League:
“The Brushless Racing League is pleased to announce that Tekin Inc has agreed to sponsor the 2017 BRL National Finals and All Star Challenge which will be held April 7, 8 and 9, 2017 at ProLevel RC Raceway in St Louis, MO. Tekin Inc is a leading manufacturer of motors and electronic speed controls for radio controlled racing. As part of the sponsorship agreement, Tekin Redline Gen 3 brushless motors will be used as handout motors in the BRL’s 13.5 Stock Spec class for the 2016-2017 season. The unmatched precision and consistency of the Tekin Redline Gen 3 motors will insure competitors in this class have a level playing field when it comes to motor power. Gen 3 motors are built with premium bearings and the highest quality stack material, wire, rotor magnet material and sensors to provide the best performance and better durability.
The Brushless Racing League is the longest running carpet oval racing series in North America using brushless motors exclusively since its inception. Now entering its 11th season, the BRL will hold 7 events throughout the Midwest from October 2016 through the Tekin National Finals in April. Each event counts towards a season long points championship and racers who TQ or win an A Main at individual events are invited to participate in the 2017 Tekin All Star Challenge. The Challenge has a guaranteed purse of over $1200 with the winner receiving $500. Taken together with the cash payout for season points, the Tekin National Finals weekend is believed to be the richest carpet oval racing weekend in North America.
Tekin Inc was originally founded in the 1980’s and was a pioneer in electronic speed control technology. Today Tekin Inc is a family owned and operated business continuing a long tradition of innovation and making cutting edge RC electronics and motors designed and manufactured in the USA from components sourced in the US and overseas.”