Agama News

Agama A319 Nitro Buggy kit

See: Nemo Racing

Nemo Racing have introduced the long awaited Agama A319 Nitro Buggy kit. The Agama A319 Nitro Buggy is the culmination of years of design, development and dedication with over 50 years of racing experience it is set to push the field of 1/8th nitro racing! The new buggy platform takes all of the great attributes that is synonymous with the Agama brand, high quality materials and forward thinking designs. The SV buggy was a huge step forward from the A215 and the new buggy is a bigger step again for both club level drivers and world class racers! When the new buggy was on the drawing table there were key changes to be achieved and this has all come together in a superb all new platform! The ease of maintenance on the buggy has been hugely improved along with the ease of driving at a fast pace!

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Agama A319 Nitro Buggy coming soon

Source: Agama Racing Australia (Facebook)

Coming soon from Agama is the new A319 Nitro Buggy. No information about the new kit have leaked in the wake but information about the vehicle should become available very soon.

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Ben Sterling joins Nemo Racing

See: Nemo Racing

Nemo Racing have announced the signing of Aussie driver Ben Sterling to their factory team. The former HB Racing driver will be in attendance at all major Australian races as well as some international races but also he has been appointed as Agama distributor in Australia.

Ryan Lutz doubles at 2019 January-ish Jam

See: Nemo Racing USA

Almost 100 drivers attended the 2019 January-ish Jam at the Flowood R/C Indoor Park in Flowood, Mississippi last weekend. Ryan Lutz (Agama) was the man to beat. He took the overall TQ in both Expert Nitro Buggy and Expert E-Buggy classes. R.Lutz took a commanding victory in the 35-minute nitro buggy final by six laps from Kody Watson whilst Drew Spurgeon would take third a further lap down. In Expert E-Buggy brought home the win from Chicken Little Reeves and Gonzo Gonzales in second and third respectively.

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Dani Bernabe signs with Nemo Racing

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Nemo Racing and Diver Model Spain have announced the signing of Dani Bernabe to their factory team. D.Bernabe will be running Agama rides at regional, national and some international races in 2019. He had the following to say:

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Agama appoints new Spanish distributor

See: SUMMUM-Brothers

Summum brothers have announced that they are no longer the distributor for Agama in Spain. Summum Brothers had been distributing Agama for about ten years and providing support in Spain but also during international races. Summum brothers’s Dani Vega had the following to say:

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Rumours: Tebo and/or Lutz at Agama?

Social networks are sometimes an effective way to give us information, spread rumours or confirm them. Rumours are affecting a lot of pilots at the end of the year. Ryan Cavalieri at Kyosho or SWORKz, Ty Tessmann at TLR or Kyosho, CJ Jelin at Team Associated or TLR, Jared Tebo at Infinity or XRAY and Ryan Lutz at Kyosho or Agama. Few drivers, many possibilities. The last two drivers or their surroundings left tracks that may be worth following. J. Tebo and R. Lutz have put an extremely pixelated picture of their new buggies. On Christmas Day Nemo Racing USA published that a huge’gift’ would be about to be unveiled. We only know one thing: its height, more than 6 feet to be precise. Who is more than 6 feet tall? It’s up to you to find out 😉

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Jon Hazlewood wins at Nemo Racing roadshow race

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This past weekend the Nemo Racing tour went to the new Plymouth RC track for their roadshow race. The race was held on a really fun astro layout in a relaxed atmosphere while the voluble Mark Rumble was giving advices and entertainment 😉 Jon Hazlewood (Agama) managed to take the win from Agama duo of Josh Graham in second and Allan ‘Digger’ Bridgeman in third.