29 November 2013 19:41 by Phil
NEMO Racing and Agama would like to announce that Darren Bloomfield will be joining the team for 2014 & beyond.
Darren is rightly regarded as one of the top drivers in the world, after a series of top results at big races around the globe. A European Champion and multiple British Champion, Darren brings a wealth of experience and talent to our growing team. He will be a fully integrated part of the NEMO Racing set up and will be on hand to help and assist all our customers and team members in getting the best from their products.
He will be running the full NEMO package of Agama chassis, Bullitt Engines, BETA Tyres and accessories, Piranha Fuel and JVD Clutches.
“We are delighted Darren has chosen NEMO Racing and Agama to be his destination after such a long spell with his previous team. With all our brands we are completely committed to joining the premium names in the industry and feel really proud that Darren choose to only speak to us. We have without doubt joined forces with one of the worlds best, a racer who can go to any race and be a contender for the win” – Jon Hazlewood
Darren Bloomfield, ”It was a big decision for me to leave Losi and Horizon, but having made that choice i would like to take this moment to wish them all the best and thank them for all they have done for me in my racing career up until now.
When sat thinking about where I believe was the next home for me, there was only one company I wanted to speak to and that was NEMO Racing. These guys have done a fantastic job over the last 3 years, and my goal is to help contribute in taking them to the next level”
11 November 2013 07:44 by Phil
Whilst qualifying witnessed a Aigoin-led onslaught, neither Associated/CML driver Yannick Aigoin or Kyosho’s Jerome Aigoin could capitalise on their favourable semi starting positions, with TQ Yannick seemingly being forced to retire in the semis and Jerome only able to manage 9th with last year’s Champion Reno Savoya on duty at C-Netic in Indonesia it was another strong performance from the trio combo Agama/Bullit/Beta – securing P1 & P2 – Jerome Sartel taking the win (his 2nd Pierrefeu GP) and Guillaume Hebert taking 2nd, coming home in 3rd Tom Robin with Mugen infront of his brother Tony and moutain bike star Nicolas Vouilloz in 5th. ‘White Edition’ racer Rayan Medjoubi came home in 6th whilst Nicolas Reynaud took 7th a further lap down, in P8 Swiss star Jeremy Pittet, 9th Jerome Aigoin, 10th Stephane Deroch, 11th Julien Lattanzio and in 12th young Italian racer Riccardo Berton.
22 October 2013 05:51 by KevinR
Mr Lai Kok Heng from LKH Model Sports claimed victory in both the buggy and truggy classes at the recent ASORC race held in Alor Setar with his Agama A8 Evo, Alpha engine and Beta Tyres. Congratulations!
06 August 2013 09:32 by KevinR
This past weekend saw the fourth round of the Thailand RCCA Championship take place at the popular K-Speed track. Boat Wichapoom with his Agama Truggy experienced some minor glitches during qualifying however after placing third on the starting grid he kept his calm and after a clean start he worked his way through traffic to claim first place. Congratulations!
24 July 2013 09:08 by KevinR
The fourth round of the K Speed Club race took place this past weekend at the RC Mania track due to flooding at the K Speed location. Boy Witsarut easily adapted his Agama buggy to the new track which has been improved since his last visit, now featuring a couple of changes and a much smoother track surface. Boy Witsarut took TQ and 1st place leading the field by 2 laps. However once again, the drama fell upon the 13 year old Boat Wichapoom as he started 8th with his Agama. All eyes were on Boat Wichapoom and Yuthana who were fighting for 2nd place however unfortunately Boat Wichapoom finished 3rd but only 0.172sec. behind Yuthana.
15 July 2013 09:02 by KevinR
The third round of the Mahachai Off-road Party series took place yesterday in which many drivers attended after several rainy days in Thailand. Boat Wichapoom was the one to watch during qualifying until his big brother, Boy Witsarut ran perfectly and took TQ. The race started and Boy Witsarut set a good pace leading to the finish. Boat Wichapoom struggled a bit, at times dropping down to 5th. However, the 13 year old Boat showed talent and persistence, slowly making his way back up to 2nd and only 3.723 seconds behind Boy Witsarut with Yuthana D completing the podium.
29 June 2013 10:46 by KevinR
PSM is proud to announce the release of their new front and rear carbon shock towers for the Agama A8. Both towers have been designed for Euro-Style tracks and have been manufactured from glossy carbon fibre ensuring each piece is lightweight yet durable.
26 June 2013 11:51 by KevinR
Kenny Chin has won the recent semi pro championship in the Malaysia National League with his Agama car combined with his Alpha Ryan Lutz engine, Beta freeride (2112) tyres, Nitro X fuel and Louise shock / diff oil. Congratulations!
11 June 2013 00:11 by KevinR
The fourth round of the New RC Club championship took place on Sunday the 9th June in Bangkok, Thailand. Boy Witsarut started the finals in 4th position with spectators witnessed a battle between Boy Witsarut (Agama) and Alex Napatrapee (Pro Speed) however it was Boy Witsarut who managed to fight his way to the top even after a flame out. In the end, Boy Witsarut won 1st place, 15 seconds ahead of 2nd place Napatrapee. Boat Wichapoom claimed overall victory in EP buggy after TQ’ing with his Agama. Congratulations!
27 May 2013 07:45 by KevinR
The second round of the Zhai RC Club Championship took place yesterday in Mahachai, Thailand in which racers were greeted with clear skies after many rainy days prior to the event. 13 year old Boat Wichapoom performed exceedingly well placing first in truggy after claiming TQ with his Agama. However it was Boy Witsarut who dominated the EP race taking TQ and first place. Spectators of the main event witnessed a battle between Boy Witsarut (Agama) and Alex Napatrapee (Pro Optima) for overall victory with Boy Witsarut coming out on top. Congratulations to the Team Agama Thailand and the The Roumlarp Brothers (Boy Witsarut and Boat Wichapoom) for a great days racing.