NEMO Racing News

William Venables wins at TORCH Winter Series Rd3

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The third round of the TORCH Winter Series was held at the Titchfield Off Road Club Hants indoor track over the weekend. The event was held on a great track offering close and competitive racing. William Venables (Team Associated) set the overall TQ and took the win in the 2WD Buggy class, leaving behind Yasir Mughal (Yokomo/Nemo Racing) in second while Stephen Brown (SWORKz/REDS Racing) came in third.

Ludwig Albertz teams up with Nemo Racing

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UK-based company Nemo Racing in partnership with their distributors have carefully selected new talent to add to the team. First up is Ludwig Albertz, a rising Swedish talent. Through MicroRacing he will be using the Agama A319 and Bullitt B-223 engine for the 2020 season. Nemo Racing have also announced the imminent release of the A319e E-buggy and lots more very exciting announcements coming soon.

Nemo Racing carbon fibre camber gauge

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Nemo Racing have introduced a new carbon fibre camber gauge for 1/8th Buggies and Truggies. The tool is machined from high-quality carbon fibre and allow to accurately set your camber from 1.5 to 3 degrees in 0.5 increments. The super lightweight camber gauge features milled engravings indicate the chosen wheel camber angle as well as NR logo milled into the surface.

Joni Skidmore TQs & wins at Slough Winter Series Rd1

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The opening round of the Slough Winter Series was held at Remote World in Slough over the weekend. Despite a nice weather for this time of the year, the track was offering low traction conditions. Joni Skidmore (Agama/Bullitt/Pirahna/AKA) would sweep the race, taking the overall TQ and winning the 20-minute final in front of his brother William Skidmore (Agama/Bullitt/Pirahna/AKA) in second and Simon Reeves (HB Racing/Shoot Fuel/Hot Race Tyres) in third.

Tony Scott wins at 2019 Dirt Masters

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The 2019 edition of the Dirt Masters was held at the Clanfield RC track in Hambledon, UK over the weekend. Tony Scott brought home the win in the 30-minute final from Lee Warren in 2nd and Dan Drown, making an Agama podium lockout.

Kevin Brunsden sweeps 2019 Dirt Masters

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The 2019 edition of the Dirt Masters was held at the Clanfield RC track in Hambledon, UK over the weekend. Kevin Brunsden (Agama/Bullitt/Beta) would sweep the nitro buggy class. He took a commanding victory in the 30-minute final by a lap from Nemo Racing’s Jon Hazlewood (Agama/Bullitt/Beta) while Chris Mcloughlin (HB Racing) would take 3rd, four laps down.

Kilic brothers leave Agama

With the end of the year around the corner, the inevitable tsunami of driver changes began. The Kilic family entrusted us that they were leaving their long–term sponsor Nemo Racing. Burak and Berkan and their father Abdullah had a great season at the German Nats but also at major events in Europe whose climax was the 3rd place at the 2019 Euros achieved by Burak. Their destination is still unknown but we should give you more information very soon.

Nemo Racing A319 NSK metal shield bearing set

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Nemo Racing have introduced a new set of NSK metal shield bearings for the Agama A319. The Japanese-made metal-shielded bearings provide a durable, smoother and more efficient drive train. The set includes 30 bearings.