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Graupner sign Dani Bernabe


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German company Graupner have announced the signing of spanish driver Dani Bernabe to their team. Dani will use the Hobao Hyper VS Pro Nitro Buggy and Hyper VS Pro E-buggy in the Spain championship and at major events in europe during the 2018 season.

Graupner/Soar goes in search of World Champion

Graupner Soar World Champion

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Graupner/Soar has joined the race, and are in search of the next World Championship winning driver. Drivers interested in joining the Graupner/Soar team for 2016 are encouraged to email their resumes to Team Manager Barros Almeida at barros.almeida@soarseiki.com.

Graupner distribute Beta in Germany

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Source: Nemo Racing & Graupner


NEMO Racing is delighted to announce that we will partner with Graupner to sell the BETA range of tyres and accessories in Germany.

Graupner bring a wealth of industry experience and knowledge to the partnership, and combined with a detailed and thorough distribution network in Germany, we are sure this will provide the best avenue to showcase the high quality and performance of BETA products to a wider audience.

We look forward greatly to working with Graupner and they will from now be handling any BETA enquiries in Germany.

Max Hesse takes Graupner/SOAR to the top in Germany

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Last weekend hosted Round 2 of the German 1/8 Nitro Buggy Championship in Coesfeld, Germany. Graupner/SOAR found great success as team driver Max Hesse made his way to the front, leaving everyone behind to take the win!

 

Newly crowned German Champ switches teams after race

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We’ve seen a few things here at Neo over the years, especially when it comes towards the end of a season and the drivers ‘silly season’ starts kicking up a gear… However according to Team Graupner / SOAR’s press release, newly crowned German Champion Marvin Fritschler on Sunday, announced his new deal only a matter of hours after securing the surprise title victory. Marvin Fritschler, not a household name in top racing circles took the win this past weekend driving a Mugen infront of Marcel Guske and Steven Schöniger coming home 3rd.

He will now compete using the full Graupner supported setup; Graupner SOAR 998 buggy, OS engines, Colt HoTT radio and Titan Fuel.

 

Graupner X-8N ‘HoTT’ Radio

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Graupner present their X-8N HoTT 2.4 GHz transmission technology ensures great functionality and reliability. Voice output via headphones and ultra-fast controller response times. Thanks to simplified programming technology, programming is possible through additional keys, making operation easy. The 128 x 64 pixel TFT display ensures all setting parameters and telemetry data are depicted perfectly. It is possible to store telemetry data and other model memories on a micro SD card. USB connector for read-out of model memories and for software upgrades.

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