Serpent has just released their new hard coated aluminum chassis for the new Natrix 748 touring car. The new chassis is made up of 7075 T6 aluminum, and is designed to add durability while eliminating flex found in the standard chassis. The chassis features countersunk holes, laser engraved logos, and chassis slide weight indication lines.
Team Saxo has just released their all-new car stand, intended for 1/10 scale and 1/12 scale onroad vehicles. The stand is made up of high quality aluminum material, and features four rubber pins on the bottom to hold it in place on your pit table. The top is covered with a foam sticker to prevent slippage, and is available in blue or black.
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ProTek R/C has just released a comprehensive titanium screw kits for your favorite 1/10 and 1/8 racing vehicles. The titanium screw kits have been designed and tested in-house by AMain.com’s veteran pro drivers; made to stringent standards, ProTek delivers the highest quality products on the market. Whereas some other brands use aluminum or low-grade titanium, ProTek has searched for and found the best titanium material for R/C applications. The ProTek screw kits are also the most complete on the market; only-screws in high-stress areas are not included. ProTek also offers titanium screws in a variety of sizes, lengths, metric and standard (SAE) threads, so you can find exactly what you need. Add some style to your ride and save weight too!
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Last weekend hosted Round 5 of the Swiss Onroad Nationals in Langenthal, Switzerland. Schär Traugott brought home the round win in the 1/10 Nitro Class, and with the win sealed the deal to win the 2014 Swiss Championship. Schlehan Severin would follow him in second, with Reiser Marco third.
Each summer the fastest onroad racers in the Czech Republic make their way to the Mibosport Cup. This year was no different, and after some very close racing at each of the two rounds, Radek Flek has taken the overall win! XRAY’s David Nemcek fought hard, taking multiple TQ’s, but was unable to capture the much needed victory at either round. Nemcek would finish second overall with Vaclav Sauer taking third.
Round 5 of the Danish F1 Championships was held this past weekend at Hillerod RC, just north of Copenhagen. The highly competitive LeMans class so a list of heavy hitters in attendance, but it would be XRAY’s Jacob Lund who would take the gold. Lund lead the field to victory with Dennis Hassing and Martin Lava finishing second and third for an XRAY podium sweep! Read more…