The final round of the Grass Roots Racing Series took place recently, and Pro-Line was there in winning form. Team driver Jeremy Hase set the pace in the Pro-2 Mod SCT class early on in qualifying. As it came down to the A-Main, Hase continued his dominance taking a solid victory from start to finish with his TLR 22SCT.
Source: Pro-Line Racing
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The LRP Blast 2wd SC truck has gone brushless! The sensor controlled brushless package consisting of LRP Vector K7 4300kv motor and the LRP Spin Pro speed control push the LRP S10 Blast SC 2 Brushless to blazing speeds with enormous power. Its “splash-proof” electronics make the LRP S10 Blast SC 2 Brushless withstand even the toughest terrain. The LRP S10 Blast SC 2 Brushless is the combination of a fun offroad car, a gravel-pit ready bash monster, and a high-speed racer all-in-one!
Dragon-RC, an accessory brand by Serpent, has just released their all-new 1/10 scale short course rims. These new rims are designed to provide superior quality and durability, while featuring a standard offset to fit most popular short course trucks on the market including Team Associated, Losi, Serpent, and others. The new rims feature a 12mm hex design and standard 2.2/3.0 size. Sold in sets of 4, and available in white, black, or yellow.
Serpent has just released their new front sway bar kit for the Spyder series of 1/10 scale offroad vehicles. The new kit includes all of the necessary mounting hardware and holders, as well as three different thickness (.9, 1.0, 1.1) sway bars for fine tuning.
This past weekend the EVO Series hosted by the Outback Raceway finished up with its final round. A 4-race series hosted once a month on various track layouts would test the drivers resolve and dedication. Each driver had to run the spec tire for the class in which they were entered in, sponsored by AKA. A spec tire sauce was chosen also, MoGrip from Factory-RC. Consistency would be key to take the overall in one of these classes.
Tekin Factory driver Jason “Mo” Moberly would do just that TQ’ing 3 of the 4 rounds in Pro2 Mod SC truck, and going on to win 3 of the 4 rounds as well to take the overall win series title for the Pro2 Mod SC class.