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Merry Christmas

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Alpha Plus Wins Delaviuda GP

Fourth edition of “Delaviuda GP” was held in Toledo track – Spain. Delaviuda is one of the main marzipan’s manufacturers in Spain and every year acts as sponsor of this very popular race along Xmas season. Javi Pombo and David Alia took a great result for Alpha-Plus engines in this race. After two qualifying heats TQ was for David Alia with Alpha’s F-850 engine, being Javi Pombo the runner up also with Alpha F-850. In the main-final was Javi Pombo which finished at the great 1st place after a run-time of 30 minutes with more then two laps in front of the 2nd winner! Javi was happy about the reliable and linear performance of Alpha F-850 engine. Congratulations to Javi Pombo and Alpha Plus.
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Upgrade’s New Website

Graphic skin specialists Upgrade RC have announced the launch of their new website, check it out at www.upgrade-rc.com

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Richi Gomez signs for Boss

Schepis Model is pleased to announce the agreement with Spanish 1/8 offroad driver Richi Gomez to race the Boss engine line. Gomez will compete at the Spanish Nationals and other international races (among these, the next World Championships in Thailand) using the new Boss engines, designed and tuned by Mario Rossi.

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Herts Snow Bash

The Westmill track in Herts organised a small ‘Snow Bash’ today, taking advantage of the cold conditions and clear skies to do some snow racing. Originally a team race was due to be held, but this has been rescheduled to the 3rd of January, on the track drivers said it was dirft city, great fun but a bit cold! See Photos from Snow Racing @ Herts

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New X Factory Servo Mounts

X Factory has released new black anodized servo mounts to fit the X – 6 Squread and X – 60 as well as the B4 and T4. The high quality you expect from X Factory, these mounts look sharp and keep the servo rock-steady in the car. At a suggested retail of $12.99. the X Factory mounts sell for less than others. We asked Chazz why the mounts are black. “When I was choosing a tuxedo for our wedding, my wife said, ‘Real men wear black.’ Ever since, when I want to look sharp, it’s black.” The new #1241 servo mounts ere shipped to dealers world-wide on Dec 18, so they will be available at fine hobby stores before Christmas. For fastest delivery and best service, see your nearby X Factory Dealer. XFactory

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X-Factory X-6 Rear CVD Axle

X Factory announces a new rear axle for the X – 6 and X – 6 Squared. The new axle, part # 5661, is designed specially for the X – 6 and X – 6 Squared and manufactured for us by M.I.P. Chief Engineer Paul Sinclair explained: “Many drivers have used our older #5660 rear axle. That part was a direct copy of the BK2 axle and it needed shims on the inside to make it work. While many drivers use it because it allows full droop, the old axle as really too long and sometimes caused the dogbones to bottom out in the outdrives. “I designed #5661 to be the perfect length; it allows full droop but will not bottom out in the outdrive. We also have included the correct spacer to go between the axle and the inner bearing. The axle fits right on your C.V.D. in place of the standard B4 axle. The spacer goes on the axle against the shoulder to the inside of the inner wheel bearing.” #5661 axles were shipped to fine hobby stores all over the world on Monday, so your local X Factory dealer should have them. They are on the XFactoryRC.com web site now. Two axles and two spacers per package, so one package does one car. They work great in both the X – 6 and X – 6 Squared, but are not needed in the X – 60 truck. XFactory

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The Hangover Classic

OK, first off the ‘Hangover Classic’ – the best name for a race ever! The East Coast RC Club will be holding their 5th annual Hangover Classic on 1st January 2010 at their track in Daytona Beach, Florida. Lots of classes on offer for this relaxed ‘the day after…‘ race, gates open bright n’ early @ 8 am, $20 first entry, $10 2nd entry.
See East Coast RC Club Homepage

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