As a little preview for the bi-annual World Championships which represents the toughest prize in modern RC, we’re dusting off a series of photo galleries of the cars who managed to not only stay in one piece for the grueling 60 mins but also cross the line in first. We present the World Champions’ Cars, click the image for more photos & history.
Via the NeoBuggy Photo Archive


Cody King’s Kyosho Inferno MP9 TKI 2 – 2010-2011


Atsushi Hara’s Hot Bodies D8 – 2008-2010

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Mark Pavidis’ Kyosho Inferno MP777WC – 2006-2008


Guillaume Vray’s Mugen Seiki MBX5 – 2004-2006


Greg Degani’s Kyosho Inferno MP7.5 Kanai 2 – 2002-2004


Yuuichi Kanai’s Kyosho Inferno MP7.5 – 2000-2002


Daniel Reckward’s Kyosho Inferno MP5 Evo – 1998-2000


Alex Laffranchi’s Kyosho Inferno MP5 – 1996-1998


Maurizio Monesi’s Kyosho Turbo Inferno – 1994-1996


Kunihiro Toge’s Kyosho Inferno – 1992-1994


Koji Sanada’s Mugen Seiki Super Sport – 1990-1992


Maurizio Monesi’s Garbo Roadfighter – 1988-1990


Fredric Veysseyre’s Yankee ’86 – 1986-1988

Stay tuned for more Worlds features coming soon on your favourite RC News website!