This past weekend was held the first round of the BRCA 1/8 National Championships. As always, this event gathered racers from across the country, including several of the world’s best. Elliott Boots powered by R5T Team Edition V3.0 managed to take the win followed by Neil Cragg and Lee Martin.
Round 1 of the WOS-Cup was held at the toy fair in Dortmund, Germany. Serpent’s Jörn Neumann set the pace in qualifying by taking both 2wd and 4wd class TQ’s. He went on to win ALL six A-mains for an impressive double victory to kick of the 2015 WOS-Cup. Read more…
Last weekend hosted Round 1 of the French 1/10 Nitro Nationals in Toulouse. Beautiful weather and adequate grip provided racers with a great weekend of racing to kickoff the season. Capricorn’s Quentin Leroux captured the overall TQ spot in qualifying, and would go on to battle hard with XRAY’s Michaël Derderian in the final. Derderian took a risky chance of not changing tires, which paid off and led him to victory. Leroux would finish second with KM Racing’s Basile Concialdi finishing third.
Round 1 of the Greek Nationals took place in Athens this past weekend. XRAY’s Tasos Paparegas set the pace in qualifying by sweeping all rounds of qualifying, and carried on to win the 4wd Buggy Final. John Paparegas would follow Tasos across the line in second with Sikianakis finishing third.
Man of the moment Bruno Coelho has won the opening round of Season #2 of the Euro Nitro Series in Bologna, Italy. Making his ENS debut, the factory Xray driver took victory in the 45-minute encounter over the HB of Jilles Groskamp and his Xray World Champion team-mate Alexander Hagberg. Top Qualifier Teemu Leino’s race would come to a sudden end when having lead the race for 25-minutes the Finn would pull a front corner of his HB as he hit the pitwall as he came in for a scheduled stop. 2014 ENS title front runner Dominic Greiner would suffer a similar faith as he broke the rear suspension on his Serpent 10-minutes into the race.
Continue reading the RedRC report HERE, or view their full event coverage HERE.
The most recent round of the Central Florida Series was held recently, and proved great results for the INTECH Racing USA team. Joey “Batman” Perez made his way to the top step of the podium winning the 1/8 Nitro Buggy and 1/10 4wd Buggy classes. Team manager, Gene Hickerson, found his way to a podium position behind John Bernard for 2nd in the competitive 4wd Short Course Truck class. A noteworthy showing for the growing American race team.