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Top 25 Rankings: David Ronnefalk remains ontop

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Round RCGP is in the books and it was David Ronnefalk (HB Racing/Performa Racing) who took the win in round 7. 2nd was Kyle Mcbride (Infinity/Pro-Line Racing) and Juan Carlos Canas Juan Carlos Canas (SWORKz/REDS Racing)rounded out the podium. However, In round 8 it was Davide Ongaro (Scuderia Scampi Rosso) who took the win after a mechanical failure from D.Ronnefalk resulting in him finishing 10th. K.Mcbride again finished 2nd and JC.Canas repeated his 3rd place finish.

Border Wars Series Rd6 report

Source: Border Wars R/C Racing Series (Facebook)

The sixth round of the Border Wars Series was held at the A-Main Speedway CS in Peyton, Colorado. The event was held in several off-road classes and in the Nitro Buggy class it was Kyle Troudt (Tekno RC) who set the TQ and took the win from Bret Pousson in second and Scotty Brewer in third.

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Carsten Keller doubles at 2019 MesseCup

Source: Spielzeugautorennfahrer (Facebook)

The 2019 MesseCup was held at the Modell Hobby Spiel fair in Leipzig, Germany. In the Nitro Buggy class it was Carsten Keller (Mugen Seiki/LRP/Pro-Line Racing) with the win from Aaron Rönick (Mugen Seiki/Ultimate Racing/Pro-Line Racing) in 2nd and Philipp Lütgert (Kyosho/AKA) in 3rd.

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Harley Yoshii doubles at Northwest Gold Cup

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The 2019 Northwest Gold Cup was held at the Tacoma RC Raceway in Tacoma, Washington. Harley Yoshii (Yokomo/Muchmore Racing/JConcepts) was the man to beat. He took the overall TQ and Win both the highly contested 2wd and 4wd Modified Buggy classes. The young and talented driver Dalton Pierce (Yokomo/Muchmore Racing) finished 2nd and Tyler Miller (Team Associated) in 3rd in 4wd. In 2wd, Mikey Brown (Yokomo/Muchmore Racing) came in 2nd and D.Pierce in 3rd.

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Bendiksen & Kaerup introduce a new race format for RC Kongen Series

RCKongen in Søndersø, Denmark, has a successful winter race series for 10th scale buggies. Over the years manager, Kim Bendiksen, has tried different regulations and formats to try to develop and promote RC racing in his area. RC Kongen’s Winter Series is well-known for its friendly environment, his sportsman class with 13.5 2wd buggy, limit of 1 set of control tires for the event, and Open class where you can run whatever car you have.

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Drake, Westergaard & Saxton win at JBRL Nitro Series Rd7

Source: JBRL “Jimmy Babcock Racing League” (Facebook)

The seventh round of the JBRL Nitro Off-Road Series was held at the at Pro-Line Raceway in Banning, California, attracting more than 160 drivers. In the Open Truggy class it was Adam Drake (Mugen Seiki/O.S.Engines/Pro-Line Racing) with the win from Anthony Westergaard (TLR/O.S.Engines/Pro-Line Racing) in 2nd and Stephen Bess (Kyosho/Maxima Engines) in 3rd.

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Bernadzik & Beale win at RCRA ManUp & 1/8 off-road Queensland State Titles

Source: Team Beale Racing – TBR (Facebook)

This past weekend was held the RCRA ManUp & 1/8 off-road Queensland State Titles at PHDR in QLD, Australia. In the Nitro Buggy class it was Alex Bernadzik (Team Associated/O.S.Engines/JConcepts) who set the TQ while Jackson Beale (Mugen Seiki/O.S.Engines/Pro-Line Racing) took the TQ in Nitro Truggy after five close qualifying rounds. A.Bernadzik was able to convert his TQ into a win in the 45-minute Nitro Buggy final over Craig Laughton (HB Racing/O.S.Engines) in second while Caleb Noble (Mugen Seiki/REDS Racing) came in third.

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Ryan Maifield wins at JBRL Nitro Series Rd7

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The seventh round of the JBRL Nitro Off-Road Series was held at the at Pro-Line Raceway in Banning, California. The event attracted more than 160 drivers and in the Expert Nitro Buggy class it was Carlos Arredondo Jr. (Tekno RC/Blok Engines/AKA) who set the overall TQ. Unfortunately C.Arredondo Jr. had some early tumbles and went from first to last on the first lap. He was able to come back through most of the pack to come all the way up to fourth but unfortunately he had a mechanical failure and was unable to finish. Ryan Maifield (Mugen Seiki/Maxima Engines/JConcepts) brought home the win from his teammate Adam Drake (Mugen Seiki/O.S.Engines/Pro-Line Racing) in second and Anthony Westergaard (TLR/O.S.Engines/Pro-Line Racing) in third.