NEMO Racing News

Nemo Raceway RACEONE: Entry for the inaugural race

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Nemo Racing have announced that they will held an inaugural race called RACEONE at their Nemo Raceway located in Warwickshire, United Kingdom on July 12th. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, special measures have been established. The event will be held in the Nitro Buggy and E-buggy classes and will include one round of practice followed by three rounds of qualifying while the finals will be run in the A/B/C/D format. Only 7 drivers will be on the rostrum to maintain a distance of 2M and only one mechanic per driver in the pitlane. Registration is open now and available here.

Agama A319 aluminium servo posts

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Nemo Racing have introduced the new aluminium servo posts for the Agama A319. Machined from high-quality aluminium, the posts come black anodized. The use of aluminium increases the strength and durability of the radio tray compared to the stock plastic versions.

LMR YZ-2 Apollo & YZ-4SF Delta bodies

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Nemo Racing have introduced two new LMR bodies in the form of the Apollo body for the Yokomo YZ-2 as well as the Delta body for the Yokomo YZ-4SF. Both Bodies are moulded from high-quality polycarbonate; Regarded as a must have body for Yokomo lovers, the Apollo body provides a lower centre of gravity, increased steering and more cooking for the motor. The Delta body for the Yokomo YZ-4SF produces more steering and a lower COG than what has been seen before.

LMR A319 Stiffy engine mount

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Nemo Racing have added to the LMR range of products the new Stiffy engine mount for the Agama A319. Machined from high-quality aluminium, the part comes black anodised for wear. The Stiffy engine mount increases the chassis rigidity in the clutch bell area, reducing the chance of a clutch bell strike on the chassis, while still maintaining the correct amount of chassis flex.

Agama A319E E-buggy kit coming soon

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After some teaser images and rendering, Nemo Racing have released more images of the forthcoming new Agama A319E 1/8th E-buggy kit. Based on the successful A319 Nitro Buggy, The A319E is characterised by the specific center layout with all the electric product on the left side and the battery, can be moved forwards and backwards, on the right side. More information should become available very soon.

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Nemo Racing 2020 Team hats

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Nemo Racing have introduced two new Team hats. The black trucker hat is a flat bill style features a snap-back for easy fit as well as rear mesh construction for great airflow. The front features the logo stitched into the latest patch for the trendy look.

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NEMO Racing brake balls blue & orange set

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NEMO Racing have introduced new brake balls blue and orange set. The brake balls are a reliable and effective way of cushioning 1/8th cars brakes. The brake balls improve brake consistency, reliability and overall feeling of the brakes. They make the car brake more smoothly and improve braking over surface changes and bumps and reduce the risk of brake ‘grab’. They will stay consistent over time and not fatigue like other methods. The set consist of 2 x blue balls, 2 x orange balls and 4 x O-rings. The blue balls are slightly harder than the orange and best used in warmer conditions. NEMO Racing advise that you use 2 x O-ring and one ball on each brake linkage.

Neil Cragg doubles at Schumacher Indoor Masters Rd6

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Round 6 of the Indoor Masters was held at the awesome Worksop venue. The track was a tight technical layout which rewarded patience and proved hard to run a clean 5 minutes. Neil Cragg (Team Associated/Reedy/Pro-Line Racing) was in control of things, taking the overall TQ and win in both 2WD Buggy and 4WD Buggy. His teammate Tommy Hall (Team Associated) came in second in both classes while Greg Williams (Team Associated) and Tom Cockerill (Schumacher) rounded out the top 3 results in 2WD and 4WD respectively.

4wd podium here