about 6 hours ago by Mike
The 2014 JBRL Nitro Series returned to Chula Vista, California this past weekend. Heritage RC Park was the site for the JBRL Nitro Series Rnd #4. The big story of the weekend was TLR’s Ryan Maifield making his nitro debut. He debuted his new TLR 8ight 3.0 buggy, 8ight-T 3.0 truggy and his 8ight-E buggy 3.0. Ryan would go on to TQ all three classes but ran into some trouble in a couple of the mains. Our good friend Jeremy Flint at RCInsider.com was on-site to capture him action, and report back from the exciting event event!
CLICK HERE to read the full RCInsider JBRL Race Report.
about 8 hours ago by Phil
about 16 hours ago by Phil
Neil Cragg: Associated’s poster boy of cool, reports on round 3 of the BRCA 1/8 nitro buggy nationals in his iconic ‘NeilBuggy’ guise, enjoy!
So we had the 3rd round of the BRCA nationals this past weekend down in Kent, and even though it took what felt like 3 years to drive there I was looking forward to it, having seen some promising pics of the track. I wasn’t disappointed when I saw the track on Saturday morning, although a little worried it might take me a few runs to catch up after never racing here before.
The track was both technical and balls out! We had a huge main straight, up into 3 fast rollers, a make or break triple, a cross over and a huge step up as stand out features.
After practice I was pretty pleased with my pace, a few tenths off the big hitters but nothing I couldn’t catch up over the course of the weekend.
about 28 hours ago by Mike
K&B III The Outback facility in Kingsville, Ohio is getting set to host the 4th annual Mugen Challenge. This three day event features a Joey Christensen built layout, product giveaways, racer social with live band, free t-shirts for first 100 entries, and to top it off this is a charity event benefiting the local Lions Club. Last years event brought racers from 19 countries and 2 different countries!
For pre-entry and more details visit RCSignUp.com.
about 31 hours ago by Mike
The 3rd round of the BRCA National series took place at the Kent track just outside Maidstone, and witnessed the first victory in a BRCA National for the Agama brand! The weather was very hot and humid on Saturday which made it pretty hard work for all the drivers as they got used to the excellent but very technical track layout that had been set down. In response to the track breaking up at recent races, the club had added oil to the dirt mix in many areas, and this held the dirt together well, providing a contrast in surfaces.
about 33 hours ago by Mike
For Round 3 of the Irish National Offroad Championship, drivers descended on the small town of Crossbarry, Ireland. JQ Products driver Bradley Baird took a solid TQ in qualifying with Gary Baird and Barkley Abernathy 2nd and 3rd. The track began to fall apart as the finals got under way, and racers faced a grueling course ahead of them. Bradley Baird stay smooth and led the field to victory while Alan Scroggie took home second ahead of the hard charging Barkley Abernathy in 3rd.
28 July 2014 03:28 by Mike
After a long weekend of racing, it all came down to the finals at the 2014 Futaba/O.S. Nitro Challenge in St. Louis, Missouri. Team Durango’s, Ryan Lutz, would dominate the E-Buggy class with a TQ and the overall victory. Hometown racer, Josh Wheeler, wheeled the competition as he took home the gold in the Dash for Cash, Pro Arena Truck, AND 1/8 Pro Buggy class! Read the full story and in-depth race coverage on RCNews.net HERE!
27 July 2014 17:09 by Phil
David Ronnefalk took home his 3rd Nordic Championship title in Robertfors, located in northern Sweden, leading home an all Swedish podium on home soil, finishing a lap ahead of Andreas Edvinsson in 2nd and privateer Christoffer Svensson in 3rd, whilst defending Nordic Champ Joseph Quagraine managed 4th place. With 3 titles to his name Ronnefalk draws level with Mikael Palsson, whilst JQ is someway ahead with 6 Nordic titles tied with Magnus Amilon [See History]
27 July 2014 02:01 by Mike
The ROAR Region 5 Championships were hosted by I-69 Raceway in Noblesville, Indiana recently. Racers from all over the region converged on the 2nd year track to battle it out for Region Champion honors. With just over 100 entries and perfect weather for the event, the stage was set to find out who would become the champ of each class. Read More…
24 July 2014 14:12 by Mike
Round 4 of the Lap Paradise Off Road League was held this past weekend with drivers going through three rounds of qualification and then moving in to finals Christmas tree finals. Lower finals were run for 25 minutes with the main being a 60-minute affair.
Ben Panic (Kyosho/OS/JConcepts) took TQ after 3 rounds of 10-minute qualifiers. Drivers bumped out of quarters and then in to the semis, all-aiming for a top 7 spot to move to the main.