Video: EBIS (Easy Break in System)

The Easy Break In System has been the talk of the town recently and good friend of Neo, Ben Panic got his hands on one and made a great introductory video!

Arrowmax 4mm & 5mm low-profile plugs

Arrowmax are introduced their own version of 4mm and 5mm low-resistance battery plugs. The plugs utilise a super low-profile design and come with a grooved top to aid soldering, 24K gold plated with a 6-point design for exceptional conductivity.

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NEMO Racing’s BRCA Nats Rd4 report

See: Nemo Racing

Once again, this past weekend, the NemoRacing team were back at the track situated at the race track in Pembrey, Llanelli, Wales. We had a lovely start to the weekend, the boys were down on the Friday evening setting up our tables ready to offer our drivers support. Everything got sorted quite early on, so there was plenty of time for a cheeky Nandos! The first day of practice and our drivers looked really good on the track. Darren Bloomfield and Joni Skidmoore both ran in high positions for the majority of practice and qualifying rounds, which was fantastic to see. Joni and Darren both ran the new Beta wing, which seemed to lend some level of stability to the car. Track conditions weren’t bad, though there were a few rogue rocks that seemed to be dotted around.

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Are you ready for 2017 1/8 FEMCA Championships?

Source: Aussie RC

The 2017 1/8 FEMCA Championships will return to Australian soil this year, more precisely at the Model Off Road Buggy Club (MORBC) from October 4-8, in Perth, WA. If you’re getting that deja vu feeling, it is because the same event was held at the MORBC just 2 years ago.

The FEMCA event in 2015 was an absolute cracker of a show, and kickstarted the push for MORBC to host the upcoming 2018 IFMAR 1/8 Off Road Worlds next year, potentially the biggest RC event to come to Australian soils in a very long time! 

If you haven’t been to MORBC before, check out this awesome promotional video:

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Hobbico stop Team Durango activities

Source: Track13News

Hobbico announced that they had put an end to the slow agony of Team Durango started two years ago. We had learned the difficulties of the brand when Hobbico, to try to save TD, had ended the sponsorship of its iconic drivers lsuch as Jorn Neumann and Ryan Lutz and considerably slowed down the development of their vehicles. Team Durango will then be less and less present in competition and generally on the international scene, less mediaized than before and despite its notoriety Team Durango will not have succeeded to regain its place on the market. Despite this sad news, Hobbico announced that ARRMA will continue its activities.

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Jean-Pierrick Sartel doubles at “the nocturne” race


This past weekend was held a night race at the CARCA track called “the nocturne” in Noeux-les-Mines, France. This race started on Saturday afternoon and finished on Sunday at 3am. The race format was two free practices, three qualifying rounds and 3 finals for each drivers. XRAY’s Jean-Pierrick Sartel would sweep both nitro buggy and E-buggy classes. Jean-Pierrick took the overall TQ and the victory in the nitro buggy final from Jérôme Sartel in second and Félix Koegler in third. Jean-Pierrick has continued its momentum in E-buggy by TQing and wining in front of Jérôme Sartel and Sébastien Wartelle in second and thirs respectively.

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Daniel, Buckhorn & Tourle win at HNMC Summer Rd8

Over 50 drivers attended the eigth and last round of the HNMC Summer Series this past weekend. Qualifying would go to James Harrold in nitro buggy, George Miller in E-Buggy and Richard Cousins in truggy. In the nitro buggy class Michael Daniel would take the win from Simon Miller in second while Steve Johnson rounded out the podium result in third. E-Buggy saw Wayne Buckhorn grabbind the win in front of Pona Vasipoulos and George Miller in second and third respectively. Finally in Truggy it was Brim Tourle who took the win from Nicky Knights in second while Tom Shawe came in third.

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Jordan Huzel sweeps Calgary Stampede Race


The Calgary Stampede Race was held at the RC Gears track in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. In E Buggy, it is on a track layout more narrow and tighter then the last few years that XRAY’s Jordan Huzel has took the overall TQ by TQing the first and third rounds then he won A1 and A3 main finals. Carter H in second and Byron Mackenzie in third, Robert Bowers in fourth and Patrick Erickson in fifth rounded out the top 5.