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    Union Sq GP is a Great Success

    April 28, 2010 - 08:50 by Kevin 0 Comments

    CML reports – “Stars grounded by ash gives junior team members chance to shine at the Union Square GP. Last week CML team drivers Tom Jefferies, Kyle Gardner and Cam McDonald made the long trip north to the Union Square shopping centre in Aberdeen for the Union Square GP held over the weekend of 17th/18th April. Olly Jefferies, Juho Levanen and Alan Bickerstaff fell victim to the cancelled flights caused by the Icelandic volcano and were sadly unable to make the race. Set up in the main entrance of the very impressive Union Square atrium was a small yet extremely well designed track which made the most out of the space available to the organizers. This track layout was to be used for the main race as well as the public ‘have a go’ sessions. This was designed to generate public interest in the sport by not only letting them watch some close racing but also allowing them to ‘have a go’ after with the Carisma 1/10th scale RTR range of touring cars to try and set a lap fast enough to come back on the Sunday for the final shootout.” Read More…


    Drake Takes Win in Losi Winter Series

    April 28, 2010 - 08:44 by Kevin 0 Comments

    Losi reports – “Losi / Nova Rossi’s Adam Drake TQ’ed and took a deserved win in 1/8 Buggy this weekend at round 3 of the Losi Winter Series hosted by Revelation Raceway. Losi driver Matt Schreffler was on pole in the truck class and took the victory with his 8IGHT-T. The final round of the series takes place May 1.”

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    T3 And Danni Eyde Win Danish Champs

    April 28, 2010 - 08:35 by Kevin 0 Comments

    Xray reports – “The 7th and last round of the Danish Championships was held on March 27th and 28th, right in a big Danish shopping mall (City2) just outside Copenhagen. The club B.R.C. did a great job of organizing this final round of the Danish Championships. We had about 50 drivers driving in 3 classes; Modified Touring, Super-Stock Touring and “Funny Car”. I was already sure to be the Danish Champion as Soren (which was 2nd) had to take TQ and I had to be 6 positions behind him. So we had 2 heat practices before the 4 qualification rounds on Saturday, and one more round of qualifiers and 3 finals on Sunday. We were driving with the FTQ system, but at this last round we had 5 qualification rounds total instead of 3. I was pretty confident after the 2 practice heats, since the traction was increasing very fast, and my car was very consistent! I knew the battle for 1st place was going to be between Soren Boy Holst and me. I must say, I felt pretty confident for the race since I had already won 4 rounds and Soren had won 2 (and I wasn’t participating in one of those 2 race since it was on the same date as the Indoor EC).” Read More…


    JC Wins Northwest Champ Tour Rd1

    April 28, 2010 - 06:51 by Kevin 0 Comments

    JC reports – JConcepts Team Driver Jesse Munn had a great weekend of racing. This was the first big outdoor race of the year, and Jesse competed in both the Mod 2wd and Mod 4wd classes. Saturday consisted of 3 rounds of qualifying, Sunday used the Triple A-Main format. Jesse TQ’d and won Mod 4wd buggy with Goosebumps tires front and rear. Jesse also won Mod 2wd with Goosebumps in the back and Groovy 2wd fronts. Jesse had this to say, “The JConcepts products having been working great. I especially like the RB5 body, 6.5? and 7? wings and the Goosebump tires.”


    Comp Heat .21 Racing Engine Heater

    April 27, 2010 - 17:43 by Kevin 0 Comments

    “The technologically advanced R/C racing engine heater is the results of 40+ years racing experience by its designers. The Competition Heat .21 R/C racing engine heaters offers some of the same technologies used by the Aerospace Industry, Formula 1, Indy Car and NASCAR Teams. Get the Maximum life and performance out of your High performance RC racing engine. Competition Heat .21 R/C racing engine heater is extremely efficient and has excellent heat transfer, it will uniformly heat all critical internals, crank, con rod, piston and sleeve. It will properly pre-heat your R/C racing engine to 180-200 degrees F in 10 to 15 minutes (depending on ambient temperature). Competition Heat uses the most advanced materials and technology available to provide serious racers with the ultimate in R/C racing engine life and performance.”

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    LRP S10 Blast BX RTR – Video

    April 27, 2010 - 17:21 by Kevin 0 Comments

    “Sensational driving performance and agility – the all new LRP S10 Blast BX impresses with its superior handling. No matter what condition, it is the ultimate offroad-buggy. Guaranteed by the multiple high-quality components, which promise to handle the rough offroad conditions with ease and never let you down or give you any bad surprises: high-performance 540 size motor for power in any condition, extra big size “Big Bore” shocks for optimal damping and competition proven VTEC high-grip tyres of maximum traction and speed. This buggy guarantees a lot of fun for both beginners and professionals!” LRP Read more…