Berton & Rogers win at Kyosho Toys 4 Tots

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The Kyosho Toys for Tots was held at the Revelation Raceway and Hobby Shop track with over 100 entries for the Nitro Buggy and E-buggy classes. In the Open Nitro Buggy class it was Riccardo Berton (Kyosho) who took the overall TQ while in the E-buggy class it was Kyosho US Team Manager Zachary Rogers who set the TQ. Both Red Samurais were able to took the win in their respective classes. In Nitro buggy, HB Racing duo of Tyler Brown and Anthony Westergaard finished in second and third while in E-buggy Radcliffe Brill (Mugen) came in second and Wayne Crowder (Kyosho) rounded out the top 3.

E-buggy podium here

Julien Formentin wins at Christmas Race 2018

See: Yokomo

The Christmas Race 2018 was held at the MCCD Mini Car Club Dammartinois indoor track in Dammartin-en-Goële, near Paris. In the 2WD Buggy it was Julien Formentin (Yokomo) who took the win in front of Julien Parnot (Team Associated) in second and Kevin Seysen (Yokomo) in third.

Kyosho Inferno MP10 nitro buggy teaser

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Kyosho America have released another teaser showing the highly anticipated Inferno MP10 1/8 nitro buggy. The video mainly shows the body, which although very similar to the TKI4’s, offers aerodynamic additions on the rear side walls. The front also receives a new nose already seen at the 2018 Worlds in Australia. Rendez-vous on December 20th for more information 😉

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Adam Drake wins at Force Series Rd5

See: Flash Point R/C

Last weekend was held the fifth round of the Force Series at the Phil Hurd Raceway of Savannah, Georgia. Unfortunately as the weather forecast had predicted, Mother Nature stepped in during the day and the rain will be part of the show. In the Pro Nitro Buggy final, Adam Drake (Mugen) was able to take the win in front of Billy Easton (Serpent) in second while Rob Lupo (HB Racing) came in third.

FWDesign carbon fibre starter box

Source: FWDesign (Facebook)

Japanese brand FWDesign have introduced a carbon fibre starter box. Made from high-quality carbon fibre, the starter box will be powered with the same parts as the Kyosho Multi-Starter Box 2.0 including 55mm hard rubber starter wheel, dual fan cooled, high torque 550 motors with a belt driven gear reduction in order to give a exceptional torque for starting even the most stubborn nitro engines fresh out of the box.

Schumacher introduces new Cougar KC/KD & CAT L1 options

See: Schumacher Racing

Schumacher Racing have introduced new option parts fort the Cougar KC/KD and CAT L1 in the form of rear wishbones, rear C/F wishbones, front wishbones, front C/F wishbones, front bumper for Cougar KC/KD and front wishbones and front C/F wishbones for the Cougar KC/KD. All the parts are stiffer and lighter than the standard kit parts to giving a lower overall car weight and a more precise feeling.

More photos here

Jesper Rasmussen TQs & Wins at RC Kongen Winter Series rd4

Source: Jesper Rasmussen (Facebook)

The fourth round of the RC Kongen Winter Series was held at the RC Kongen indoor track in Søndersø, Denmark. In the 2WD 2WD Mod Buggy it was Jesper Rasmussen (Team Associated) who took the TQ and brought home the win from Frederik Hovgaard (Yokomo) in second and Marcus Kaerup (Team Associated) in third.

Zammit & Attard win at GMCA Champ Rd2

The second round of the Gozo Model Car Association Championship 2018-2019 was held at the GMCA Ta’ Xhajma Track in Malta over the weekend in cold and windy conditions. In the Nitro Buggy final it was Andrew Zammit (Hong Nor) who took the win from Intech duo of Mario Grech and Miguel Attard in second and third respectively. M.Attard brought home the win in the Nitro Truggy final in front of M.Zammit in second while Marlon Le Prevost (Tekno) came in third.

Truggy podium here