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NEMO Racing official 2020 NR logo team shirt

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UK company NEMO Racing have added the new official 2020 NR logo team shirt to their line of apparel. The black T-shirt is made from high-quality fabric and sports a large NR logo on the rear and small NR logo on the left breast pocket. The front side is blank for easy personalisation of your other favourite brands, whilst still maintaining the factory look.

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NEMO Racing unveil more Agama A319E detail

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Following the first teaser about the forthcoming Agama A319E, NEMO Racing have unveiled another render of their flagship E-buggy. The centre layout features the new battery mount system allowing many battery configurations and locations. The A319E also uses the same split center diff assembly as the nitro buggy, as well as the same center driveline components. Not all details are finalized, some minor bits might change slightly in the production kit.

NEMO Racing tease Agama A319E E-buggy

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NEMO Racing have released the first render of the forthcoming Agama A319E 1/8th E-buggy. A few neat, new to us, features being incorporated into this buggy, as well as the forward mount ESC and multiple battery configurations we have had for a few years now. More images to come as we get closer to the release date. The kit is expected to be released mid March with preordering opening mid to late February.

Neil Cragg sweeps Schumacher Indoor Masters Rd5

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The fifth round of the very popular Schumacher Indoor Masters was held at Worksop with once again a solid turnout. The event was held in the 2WD, 4WD and the Vintage Buggy classes while the track was brilliant as always with a very tricky jump section that offered a variety of combinations to get through. Neil Cragg (Team Associated/Reedy/Pro-Line Racing) was unstoppable, setting the overall TQ and taking the win in both the 2WD and 4WD Buggy classes. Matthew Thompson (Yokomo/Sunpadow) came in 2nd and Tommy Hall (Team Associated/Reedy) in 3rd in 2WD buggy while in the 4WD Buggy class it as T.Hall who finished in second and Edward Callan (XRAY) rounded out the top 3 results.

Orlowski & Martin win at 2020 British GP

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The 2020 British GP was held at the Silverstone Rcmcc indoor track in Bruntingthorpe over the weekend. The event was held in 1/10th Buggy and Stadium Truck classes. In the 2WD Modified Buggy class it was Michal Orlowski (Schumacher/LRP) who set the overall TQ, tie on points with Lee Martin (Yokomo/Scorpion/Sweep Racing). M.Orlowski took the win in the first two finals to take the overall win from the Nemo Racing duo of L.Martin in second and Joni Skidmore (Yokomo) in third.

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James Le Pavoux joins Nemo Racing

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Nemo Racing have announced the signing of UK racer James Le Pavoux to their team for 2020. J.Le Pavoux will use the Agama A319 powered by a Bullitt engine in National and international events.

So here it is! I’m pretty sure most people already know by word of mouth but this year I will be racing for Nemo Racing. I was very surprised how great the cars felt after very little running so I am super excited for the year ahead. Big thanks to Jon Hazelwood for the opportunity it means a lot. See you all trackside. – James Le Pavoux

Nemo Racing team pit gloves

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Nemo Racing have introduced new team pit gloves. The gloves provide a durable protection for hands and a comfortable feel without sacrificing safety. Ideal to wear while the weather is cold in the pit or when you drive, they feature a a soft reinforced layer to reduce risk of burns or scratches.

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.