Events News

Mugen Seiki Challenge 2018 announcement

See: Mugen Seiki France – GVP

Mugen Seiki France/ GVP Racing have announced that the 4th edition of the Mugen Seiki Challenge will be held at the Reims EMC track across the 1st – 3rd of June. All Mugen drivers are welcome and they will have the opportunity to meet the official drivers of the Japanese brand and learn some tips and tricks from them. As alway, the race will be held in a fun racing atmosphere.

2018 DNC: signups are open!

See: The Dirt Racing

The Dirt crew announced that the signups for the 2018 DNC are still open. Signups are open and the race will sell out this year. If you are planning on or thinking about attending this years event, be sure not to wait too long to register. You can sign up by clicking here and if you have any questions send an email at

Boggs, Daniel & Jones win at Toys for Tots race


This past weekend was held the 6th annual Toys for Tots race at warehouse hobby raceway. In 4WD Mod XRAY’s Evan Jones managed to grab TQ by only .120 seconds and also the TQ in E-buggy. In 4WD Main, Evan had some bad luck and finished in second behind Blake Boggs at the first place while Jeremy Daniel rounded out the top 3.

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XRS UK Rd3 report


This past weekend was held the third round of the10th “XRAY Racing Series” (XRS) at Midlands Raceway. The club team changed the track again and pulled out the tricky jump rhythm section and replaced it with a new table-top, 180 degree corner and step-down section that was a little easier for the drivers but equally fun, along with a HUGE kicker jump after the main straight to add the 3D element in the challenging layout. The XRS was held in the ever-popular 2wd Stock Class (with handout Hobbywing 13.5T motors), 2wd Mod, 4wd Mod and Stadium Trucks.

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Jason Frank wins at 2017 Turkey Hangover


Over the weekend was held the 2017 Turkey Hangover at Southside Raceway in Lake City, Florida. The track crew did a great job getting the track ready after all the recent rainfall. In the Intermediate Nitro Buggy class XRAY Jason Frank managed to take the overall TQ. In the 20 minute final Jason started first on the grid and after a couple minutes he was able to open a gap about 15 seconds on the driver at the second place. Jason would be able to maintain the lead from tone to tone and take the win in front of his team mate Blake Raulerson in second and Soar Seiki driver Joey Perez in third.

2018 Reedy Race control tire announcement

See: Team Associated  

The Reedy Race have announced that Pro-Line and JConcepts will continue to be the official tire and insert suppliers for the 24th running of the Reedy International Off-Road Race of Champions. The following will be the only tire/foam combinations allowed at the event:

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William Piper wins at 2017 Gobbler race


This past weekend, over 170 drivers attended the 2017 Gobbler race hosted by R/C Excitement in Fitchburg, Massachusetts. The track layout was technical and some jumps such as the center triple for instance were not a joke. In 4WD after two rounds of qualifying, it was XRAY’s Jared Phair who took the overall TQ from his team mate William Piper. The main started with Jared Phair in lead but after a small bobble, William was able to take advantage and get around Jared which he was just able to hang on to as Jared was coming hard, but in the end William took it with Jared in second while TLR’s Caleb Jennings rounded out the top 3.

HNMC Winter Series Rd5 report

Wet damp weather conditions greeted the 70 racers that braved it for the fifth round of the HNMC Winter Series. The track coped well with the conditions which lead to close racing. Tyre choice would be the most important factor with everyone running the softest compounds they could find. After the qualifying rounds, Michael Lewis took the TQ in nitro buggy, Simon Reeves in E-Buggy and Oliver Talbot in Truggy. With no let-up in the weather finals would be 15mins in length to help drivers cope. In nitro buggy final it was Team Associated driver Jamie Clancy who managed to take the win from HB Racing driver Graham Alsop in second and HB Racing’s Simon Reeves in third. In E-buggy, Reeves grabbed the victory in front of another HB Racing driver, Neil Bent and SWORKz driver George Miller in second and third respectively. In Truggy Oliver Talbot brought home the win.

Thanks to Jim Thompson for the report.

E-buggy podium here