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Bartosz Zalewski doubles at RCSP Cup RD1

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The first round of the RC Sport Piaseczno Cup also called RCSP Cup was held in Puchar, Poland. Except some rain on Saturday, the event was held in very good weather conditions with sun on Sunday making the track nicely dried. In the Nitro Buggy class it was Bartosz Zalewski (XRAY) who took the win from Donat Bula and Marek Cisek in second and third respectively. B.Zalewski took also the win in E-buggy followed by Lukasz Polak in second and Jan Zalewski in third.

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XRAY XB2 aluminium shock towers

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XRAY have introduced new aluminium shock towers for the XB2. Machined from high-quality 7075 aluminium, the shock towers come black coated and and laser-engraved with the XRAY logo. Both towers feature updated shock mounting positions with an extra additional shock mounting position for extra-fine tuning. The 3mm thick shock towers sport an ultra-rigid design for unsurpassed strength and long lifespan compared to the carbon fibre stock towers, making the XB2 easier to drive and more predictable.

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XRAY XT4 1/10 Truggy coming soon

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XRAY have released a teaser image of the forthcoming XT4 1/10 Electric Truggy. No information about the new kit have leaked in the wake but detailed images and information about the vehicle should become available very soon.

XRAY XB4 aluminium shock towers

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XRAY have introduced new aluminium shock towers for the XB4. Machined from high-quality 7075 aluminium, the shock towers come black coated and and laser-engraved with the XRAY logo. Both towers feature updated shock mounting positions with an extra additional shock mounting position for extra-fine tuning. The 3mm thick shock towers sport an ultra-rigid design for unsurpassed strength and long lifespan compared to the carbon fibre stock towers, making the XB4 easier to drive and more predictable.

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Harker & Borneill win at PDX Open

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The PDX Open originated to settle the local debate on whether mod cars were in fact faster over a five minute run than their 17.5 counterparts. The small track has seen comparable lap times between the mod and stock classes and many argued the more manageable power of the 17.5 and 13.5 classes provided an advantage. After 2 rounds of qualifying, XRAY’s Travis Harker was able to put in clean runs in both classes to start on the pole position in both Mains. In the 2WD Open, T.Harker was able to get off to a clean start and he took the lead in both Mains to secure the victory with a comfortable margin. Brad Borneill (Yokomo) and Shannon Houfek (XRAY) rounded out the top 3.

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Bartek Kramza sweeps XRS Poland

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Last weekend was held the XRAY Racing Series Poland at the Serock RC track near to Warsaw. Bartek Kramza (XRAY) would sweep the 2WD and 4WD classes. The young and talented driver took the overall TQ and the win in both classes. In 2WD it was Sebastian Migal (XRAY) who came in second followed by Bartlomiej Gogacz (Schumacher) in third while in 4WD it was again S.Migal who finished in second in front of Bartlomiej Gogacz (XRAY) in third. In the 2WD Buggy Stock class, the Stock Polish Champion Pawel Ntkovca (XRAY) grabbed the win after many falls and ups from Jeremiasz Kramza (Schumacher) and Szymon Madziara (XRAY) in second and third respectively.

Max Gotzl doubles at Czech Open Series Rd3

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The third round of 2019 Czech Open Series was held last weekend at the Horni Jeleni track. Rain fell down on Friday morning making the track was nicely wet in the afternoon for practice and was in a nice shape for the race on Saturday. Max Gotzl (XRAY) was able to take the TQ in both Nitro Buggy and E-buggy with Tomas Kapicka (Kyosho) in second and Martin Vins in third in Nitro Buggy while Jiri Benes (XRAY) and Michal Binder (XRAY) rounded out the top 3 in E-buggy. In the 30-minute Nitro Buggy final M.Gotzl started off strong making the gap already on the first lap, which he was able to make even bigger through the run and in the end cross the finish line in first. T.Kapicka finished in second also with a comfortable gap from Vladimir Pour (XRAY) in third.

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Michigan State Championships report

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Last weekend were held the annual Michigan State Championships at the Dirtburner Racing track in Livonia, Michigan. The race attracted a massive 156 entries and brought out a few heavy hitters. After 3 rounds of qualifying it was Mike Legue (XRAY) who set the TQ in the 4WD Buggy and E-buggy classes while Allen Horne (Team Associated) took the TQ in the 2WD Buggy class. In both 4WD Buggy and E-buggy, M.Legue would lead both tone to tone and take the wins. Aydin Horne (Team Associated) and A.Horne rounded out the top 3 in 4WD Buggy while Nathan Betley and Dj Lecoyer (JQ Racing) came in second and third respectively in E-buggy. In the 2WD Buggy class it was Allen Horne with the win from Aydin Horne in second while M.Legue came in third due to a mistake on the last lap.

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