Jordan Go wins at Circulo Verde race

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The Circulo Verde race was held at the Circulo Verde track in Quezon City, Philippines over the weekend. Jordan Go (SWORKz/O.S.Engines/VP Fuel/Hot Race Tyres) was able to take the win in front of Nani Tagle (Kyosho) in second while HB Racing’s designer Torrance Deguzman (HB Racing/Performa Racing) came in third.

Ilias Reise teams up with XRAY


XRAY have announced the signing of the German Junior Champion Ilias Reise to their team. The young and talented racer will be using the XRAY XB2, XB4 and XB8 platforms in the German Nationals as well as in some international events.

RUDDOG 6000mAh & 4100mAh Graphene Plus LiHV packs

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New from RUDDOG Distribution’s own RUDDOG brand are two new high-performance LiHV battery packs. First up is the 6000mAh 7.6V 100C Graphene Plus LCG Stick Pack LiHV, a standard size stick battery of 22.5mm height. The low centre of gravity battery allows to lower the car’s overall centre of gravity for improved cornering speeds especially in high-bite track conditions while the high-quality 100C Graphene Plus technology cells ensure a very low internal resistance and thus improved overall power, runtime and exceptional cell durability. The battery weighs in at 260g and it utilises 5mm bullet-type connectors.

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Adam Drake wins at 2020 Adelanto Grand Prix

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The 2020 Adelanto Grand Prix was held at the SoCal Nitro Raceway in Victorville, California. The vent attracted nearly 120 entries and in the Pro Buggy class it was Steve Harris (Agama/Bullitt/Pro-Line Racing) who set the overall TQ from Adam Drake (Mugen Seiki/O.S.Engines/Pro-Line Racing) and Carlos Arredondo Jr. (Tekno RC/Blok Engines/AKA). In the 20-minute final, after some fights for the lead in the opening stages, A.drake was able to widen the gap to grab the win from S.Harris in 2nd while C.Arredondo Jr. came in 3rd.

Graham Alsop wins at AWS Rd4

The round fourth of the AWS was held at the deerdale off-road track in Eakring, UK in cold weather condition. Graham Alsop (HB Racing/OptiFuel/Novarossi) was the man to beat, taking the overall TQ and win after some great fights with Mitchell Booth (Tekno RC/Blok Engines/OptiFuel/6MIK) for the lead. Chris Sharpe-Simkiss (SWORKz/SPower Engines/TPro) completed the podium results in third.

Thanks to Mitchell Booth for the report.

Ashley Owen wins at Answer RC Winter Series Rd6

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Sixth round of the Answer RC Winter Series was held at PDMCC track in Nelson, UK. 19 drivers decided to brave the frosty cold conditions making for some tricky condition. With the temperature rising through the day it was late before the track eventually just about thawed bit still remain slippery, along with a very slight track changed this resulting in some interesting racing. The 22-minute final saw Ashley Owen (HB Racing) taking the win from Vincenzo Zuccarelli (Mugen Seiki) in 2nd and David Blakeley (Agama/Bullitt/AKA) in 3rd.

Orlowski & Martin win at 2020 British GP

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The 2020 British GP was held at the Silverstone Rcmcc indoor track in Bruntingthorpe over the weekend. The event was held in 1/10th Buggy and Stadium Truck classes. In the 2WD Modified Buggy class it was Michal Orlowski (Schumacher/LRP) who set the overall TQ, tie on points with Lee Martin (Yokomo/Scorpion/Sweep Racing). M.Orlowski took the win in the first two finals to take the overall win from the Nemo Racing duo of L.Martin in second and Joni Skidmore (Yokomo) in third.

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Tebo, Bornhorst & Lutz win at 2020 Southern Indoor Champs

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The 2020 Southern Indoor Championship was held in Autaugaville, Alabama over the weekend. After three rounds of qualifying in the Pro Nitro Buggy class it was Seth VanDalen (Tekno RC/O.S.Engines/Pro-Line Racing) who set the overall TQ while Joe Bornhorst (Tekno RC/Tekin/Pro-Line Racing) and Ryan Lutz (Agama/Bullitt/Piranha/AKA) took the TQ in Pro E-buggy and Pro Nitro Truggy respectively. In the 30-minute Nitro Buggy final, Jared Tebo (Tekno RC/Maxima Mx/AKA) comes out on top followed by his teammate J.Bornhorst (Tekno RC/BLOK Engines/Pro-Line Racing) in second and Dakotah Phend (TLR/O.S.Engines/JConcepts) in third. Austin Woodyard (Serpent/AMR Engines/AKA) and Brandon Rose (Agama/Picco/Pro-Line Racing) rounded out the top 5 results. The Pro E-buggy saw J.Bornhorst tking the win from A.Woodyard and S.VanDalen in 2nd and 3rd respectively while D.phend (TLR/Trinity/JConcepts) and J.Tebo (Tekno RC/Maclan/AKA) completed the top 5.

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