Team C Racing News

Team C TM8E 1/8 E-Buggy kit

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Team C have revealed some information on their forthcoming TM8E 1/8 E-Buggy kit. Based on the TM8 1/8 nitro buggy, the electric variant comes with new lightweight aluminum chassis, new arms design with carbon stiffener, new center Diff mount cover design and new aluminum motor mount design. The TM8E features also aluminum F/R chassis stiffeners, aluminum front plate and aluminum servo mount. The TM8E 1/8 E-Buggy will became available in february 2018.

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Team C TM4 V2 4WD buggy coming soon

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Team C have release first photos of the forthcoming TM4 V2 1/10 4WD buggy. It come with two layout, one with front and rear chassis braces and another with front and rear upper chassis. More details will be released soon.

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JConcepts B6 laydown gear shield


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The B6 Laydown transmission gear shield, designed by JConcepts is now available exclusively through Shapeways. The 3D printed part slides directly on the Team Associated transmission case and aligns with the stock geometry. The motor plate installs just over the gear shield and is positioned as normal. The gear shield is protection for the spur gear itself but also protects the low-profile body designs such as the stock Team Associated body and JConcepts S2 body.

Conway celebrates his 5th UK National Short Course title

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Danny Conway celebrates as he adds yet another UK Short Course National Championship title to his resume. This 2wd National title marks Conway’s 5th national short course title in 4 years time. A brilliant showing for Conway and Team C Racing.


Inside Line Racing cuts new carbon T-Plate for the Team C TC02C Evo

Team C T Plate

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Inside Line Racing have just released an new Carbon Fibre T-Plate for the TeamC TC02C Evo to go alongside their growing range of option parts. The beautiful new T-Plate has been CNC machined from a single piece of 6mm thick Carbon Fibre to give improved accuracy, rigidity and strength over the kit supplied plastic version. It utilizes the TeamC RF hanger from the TC02 Rear Motor Car which again adds to strength and tuneability of this new option part. All of this combined adds up to a sharper handling and stronger car for the racer that wants to get the most out of his TC02C Evo.

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Risser sweeps Round 4 of French 1/10 Nats

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Round 4 of the French 1/10 Offroad Nationals were held in Gonfreville l’Orcher next to le Havre. This track was once again an Astro covered surface. Team C’s Nicolas Risser would sweep the day taking impressive wins in both 2wd and 4wd buggy classes. In the 2wd division, Team Associated’s Ludovic Valtier would finish second and XRAY’s Mathieu Briere third. In 4wd, the 2wd runner ups would swap finishing positions with Briere taking second and Valtier third.


Hupo Honigl splits from Team C


Austria’s RC favourite Hupo Honigl is set for a chassis change after announcing his departure from Team C having spent only a season with the outfit.

I would like to say thank you to Stephen Shih from Team C and Jürgen Laux from Absima for a wonderful and successful year and their great support. Although it was only a 1 year journey for me I made a lot of new friends there and had good fun. I was super happy with everything but now i have a new challenge and I´m more then motivated to start fresh again, stay tuned…

The return of stadium truck?

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In the early 2000′s, by far one of the most popular offroad racing classes in America was 1/10 scale 2wd stadium truck (both nitro and electric). As the year’s passed, the nitro stadium truck (aka “gas truck”) was the first to lose popularity as the all-new 1/8 truck (truggy) class was introduced. Shortly after, the electric stadium truck scene began to slowly disappear as well. Factory teams pulled their top drivers in the class, and put them in the fast-growing short course truck classes instead.

Before long, stadium truck all together was exctinct at many local, regional, and national level races across the country.

Many believed that with the introduction of truggy and short course, the days of stadium truck were simply distant memories.

As it turns out, those memories may not be so distant after all.

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