about 19 hours ago by Mike
XRAY is happy to announce that multi-time Australian National Champion Ari Bakla will continue to race with XRAY in 2015 season. Ari has been the main leader of the Australian XRAY team racing in all the classes with great success and countless victories. Ari will continue in 2015 to race with T4, XB8, XT9 & XB4.
Ari says, “To work with XRAY team is a true pleasure, all the racing cars belong to the absolute best in the racing market which allows me and our team to continue to win the races. The 2014 racing season was successful for me and our Australian team and I am sure the 2015 will be another successful year and we will do our best. I will be traveling to all major Australian races to support our XRAY team and I will be happy to help anyone, just stop by to see me.”
about 20 hours ago by Mike
Round 1 of the Levante EP Championship was held this past weekend in La Nucia, Spain. XRAY team driver Alejandro Daras got the TQ and brought home the victory after a hard fought battle in the finals with Andres Marcelino. Alex’s car was working flawlessly throughout the weekend, and combined with his consistent driving, ended in great result.
- Alejandro Darás
- Andres Marcelino
- Toni Alcala
about 44 hours ago by Mike
The unique XRAY Center Active Differential is a high-performance, adjustable gear differential that is designed to vastly improve the buggy’s speed and handling characteristics. The special design of the internal components, using different angled segments, allows the diff gears to engage on-power to increase forward traction and stability to make the buggy faster and easier to drive.
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about 45 hours ago by Mike
RC Indoor Oeste hosted their opening race for their new outdoor track this past weekend, and many of Portugal’s top drivers were in attendance. XRAY’s Miguel Matias used this event as a bit of preparation for the upcoming NeoX, and walked away with TQ and the overall win in 1/8 Nitro Buggy and 1/8 E-Buggy.
02 March 2015 10:58 by Phil
XRAY’s new ‘extra stiff’ 3mm XB4 alu chassis is CNC-machined chassis made from high-quality 3mm Swiss 7075 T6 aluminum, strategically machined in low-stress areas to make it as light as possible without affecting strength or rigidity.
Designed and recommended for use at high-traction tracks without graphite front and rear top deck. The 3mm chassis increases corner speed and overall stability – a “must have” option part for serious racers. Optional graphite body mounts are recommended for easy body mounting.
25 February 2015 17:52 by Mike
The second round of Canary Island Championship took place on February 15. It was sunny weather with an average temperature of 22 °. XRAY’s Cristian Artiles Cruz drove a flawless final to take the overall win ahead of fellow drivers Cristo Gonzales Perez and Leandro Romano Pulido.
19 February 2015 20:47 by Mike
A surprise email found its way to our inbox this afternoon, and inside it contained a little something many have anxiously been waiting for. An anonymous source has provided us with a few spy shots of the all-new XRAY XB2 buggy. The photos are from the recent EOS event, where XRAY’s Martin Bayer was behind the wheel of the prototype new buggy. The prototype buggy features an abundance of carbon fiber, including shock towers, battery brace, and a unique rear chassis brace/top deck design. It would appear as though the mid-motor car has multiple battery positioning options, however, Bayer is shown here running a ‘shorty’ pack turned sideways.
We anxiously await the official release of the XB2, and to see the production car soon!
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18 February 2015 18:08 by Mike
XRAY is happy to announce that the USA’s Josh Wheeler will continue to race with XRAY team in 2015. Josh will race the XB8, XB4 and XT9.
“I am pleased to announce that I will continue with XRAY for the 2015 race season. XRAY has been a great partner that has continually strived to produce the best cars in the world and never cease to improve. The entire Hudy family has been a great support and continue to allow me to follow my dream. I look forward to another great race season and all the exciting things to come.” – Josh Wheeler
17 February 2015 16:12 by Mike
Round 5 of the Swiss Winter Indoor Series (SWIS) was held in Shropshire, England. The event gathered some superb talent, including that of XRAY’s Ashlee Owen. Despite a trip to the emergency dentist to start the weekend, Owen qualified third on the grid. In the A-Final the front runners, Elliot Taylor and Chris Eley, would get caught up in lapped traffic, allowing the clever Owen to sneak by for the lead. Once finding himself out front, Ashlee never looked back, and went on to take the win!