08 December 2016 06:33 by Chris
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 23rd running of the Reedy International Off-Road Race of Champions. The following will be the only tire/foam combinations allowed at the event:
30 August 2016 13:22 by Chris
See: Team Associated
With three solid years of hosting the Reedy Race under its belt, OCRC remains the “Home of the Reedy Race” and the event continues to grow in popularity and prestige. On many racers’ “Bucket List,” the atmosphere and intensity of the race draws spectators and fans in from around the world, even if it’s just to watch and be a part of the most exciting race of the year.
27 January 2016 09:40 by Chris
See: Team Orion
The 2016 Reedy International Off-Road Race of Champions was held this past weekend at OC R/C Raceway in beautiful Huntington Beach, California for its 3rd consecutive year. The Invitational class would again be limited to the 30 best qualified drivers from around the World. After all 6 rounds of Invitational 2wd Buggy were raced, Dustin Evans leading the way with 7 points. Dakotah Phend was just 1 point behind with 8 points. Ryan Maifield, Ryan Cavalieri, & Jared Tebo all were just 3 points out of the lead and in the hunt with 10 points.
17 December 2015 18:23 by Chris
See: Team Associated
The organizing team of the Reedy Race have announced that Pro-Line and JConcepts will continue to be the official tire and insert suppliers for the 22nd running of the Reedy International Off-Road Race of Champions.
The control tires and inserts were selected to provide the participants with the best possible combination for each vehicle. The following will be the only combinations allowed at the event:
- Front — JConcepts Gold Dirt Webs (#3077-05) & Pro-Line Closed Cell Inserts (#6185-03)
- Rear — JConcepts Gold Dirt Webs (#3076-05) & Pro-Line 12 Rib Closed Cell Inserts (#5400-14)
- Front — Pro-Line MC Electron (#8240-17) & Pro-Line Closed Cell Inserts (#6185-02)
- Rear — Pro-Line MC Electron (#8238-17) & Pro-Line 12 Rib Closed Cell Inserts (#5400-14)
26 January 2015 17:27 by Mike
After an intense weekend of racing at OCRC Raceway in Huntington Beach, California, the 2015 Reedy Race of Champions is complete! The prestigious Invitational Class came down to the final round of 4wd buggy to clearly crown a champion. Clinching a final round victory, Team Losi Racing’s Ryan Maifield sealed the deal to win his first Reedy International Race of Champions! This came as a momentous occasion for Ryan, as he narrowly missed out with 2nd place finishes in both 2013 and 2014. Team Kyosho’s Jared Tebo would finish 2nd overall behind Maifield, with Team Associated’s Ryan Cavalieri taking home third.
26 January 2015 11:25 by Phil
22 January 2015 18:38 by Mike
The Reedy Race of Champions always brings out the new stuff, and this year is no different. Paul King (father/mechanic of Kyosho’s Cody King) has shared a Reedy Race selfie this afternoon displaying an all-new hat from Pro-Line Racing.
A refreshing change from the traditional black hats so often seen in the R/C world, we certainly hope this is a future production item and not limited to the PL Factory Team. Update: Another photo of the new cap surfaced ontop of Ty Tessmann’s race-winning head.
21 January 2015 15:23 by Mike
Serpent has announced they will in fact be entering the 1/10 4wd buggy race very soon with the all-new Spyder SRX-4. The Spyder line of 1/10 scale offroad vehicles has grown to include rear motor and mid-motor 2wd buggys, a 2wd short course, and will now include a 4wd buggy. World Championship winning driver/designer, Billy Easton, is behind the drawing board on the Spyder SRX-4 project and is confirmed to be racing the new buggy at the upcoming Reedy Race of Champions.
The new car has been rumored, tested, and talked about continually throughout 2014, however, as it has never been seen, it comes as quite a pleasant surprise to find out that it is in what Serpent is calling the “final stages of testing where the last small modifications are being made.” In addition to its debut at the Reedy Race, the new car will be on display at the upcoming Toy Fair in Germany, where final details and a release date will be revealed.