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Mattia Polito crowned Euro B Champion

See: Novarossi

The 2018 Euro B was held at the Barcooff track in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. In the 45 minutes final it was Mattia Polito (Kyosho) who take the win some with a good margin to Giuseppe Tescione (Radiosistemi) in second and Patrick Auvinet Jr (XRAY) in third. Joachim Kallen, Niko Flamini, Marco Orlando, Eliot Marcon, Alessandro Castoldi, Maxime Noble, Dario Gabrielli, Gianmarco Franzolini, Giovanni Camamo and Alexander Schmitt rounded out the top 13.

Marco Ravaglia TQs Euro B

Source: RC Racing TV

The EFRA 1/8th Off Road “B” European Championship is held at the Barcooff track in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. A reversed order for qualifying today, with the quickest cars from Seeding practice going into heat one, dropping down to the slowest cars into heat twelve. Four rounds of qualifying were scheduled, with a driver taking their best two round scores for their overall position. Andrea Trevisan set the fastest time from heat two in the first round, being one of the few drivers to break into the magical ninth lap. Mirko Belli took second in the round from Giuseppe Tescione.

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Team Associated & Ruddog support @ Euro B

See: Ruddog Distribution

Italian super star Davide Ongaro and Verardo “Verry” Riccardo will offer support for Team Associated and Ruddog drivers during the forthcoming EFRA 1:8 Offroad European Championship B in Barco, Italy. The two along with Mauro Ongaro will be on site to give full technical support, offer setup help and are open to chat about everything AE and Ruddog.

David Ronnefalk defends Euro E-Buggy crown

Source: David Ronnefalk (Facebook)

This past weekend the  2017 E-Buggy European championship was held in Velika Gorica, Croatia. If the race started with sun and dust the first day, the rain came in the first night and flooded the track. In these muddy conditions only XRAY driver martin Wollanka opted to go out, taking Q1 whilst the rest of qualifying was delayed until Sunday where HB Racing’s David Ronnefalk was able to comfortably secure overall TQ to start on pole for the A-mains in front of Team Associated Davide Ongaro.

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Bruno Coelho take 4WD Buggy European title

After several unpredictable qualifying sessions which saw many of the top drivers make mistakes and fall into difficulty; Portugal’s Bruno Coehlo secured pole position in 4WD with three TQ runs The other rounds being topped by the UK’s Neil Cragg and Italy’s Davide Ongaro. In Leg 1 Davide Ongaro made a lightening start off the line to run in to the first corner just ahead of Bruno Coehlo. Unfortunately, whilst still on the outside of Coehlo, Ongara tried to close the door prematurely, leading to contact which caused the young Italian to barrel roll off the circuit.

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SWORKz & TPRO support Euro A

See: SWORKz 

SWORKz will provide factory assistance to all SWORKz drivers at the 2017 European championship in two weeks. To plan their support please inform SWORKz about your participation so that they can arrange a special package for you. Let them know your name, nation and brands you are using at euro17@mwrcproducts.com

Micha Widmaier is new Euro B Champ

Source: RC Racing TV

Under slightly darker skies than seen for the rest of the weekend, winners of the two Semi finals Micha Widmaier and Thomas Musso led the field away from their respective P1 and P2 grid slots, with the battle for the European B Championship win around the very bumpy ABC Réding circuit quickly distilling into a battle between these two. Musso took an early lead and quickly established a 4 second gap, but as the leaders started encountering traffic Widmaier was able to reduce the gap and appeared to have the faster car.

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Vincent Meertens TQs Euro B

Source: RC Racing TV

Heat was the order of the day for the 1/8th Rallycross B Euros held at ABC Reding in eastern France. Temperatures reached 32 degrees as the action hotted up out on the circuit. Seeding practice on Friday had seen the drivers sorted by their fastest three consecutive laps, with Micha Widmaier taking the spoils and getting the number 1 on his car in the top heat.

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