Posts tagged with Portuguese Nats

Ricardo Monteiro doubles at Portuguese Nitro & E-Buggy Nats Rd2

See: Serpent This past weekend took place the 2nd round of the portuguese nationals in nitro buggy and E-buggy at the Vilela track. In the 45 minute Nitro Buggy final Ricardo Monteiro took the win in front of Carlos Durães in second and João Monteiro Lopes in third. In the E-Buggy class it was the […]

Matias takes Rd 3 Portuguese Nats

The Evora track in Southern Portugal hosted the 3rd round of the Portuguese 1/8 Offroad nationals this weekend, heading qualifying was XRAY’s Bruno Coelho – winner of round 2 at Guarda however the win would go to Rd 1 winner and 11x Portuguese Champion Miguel Matias. Matias mastered the challenging track, sporting difficult technical sections coupled with a […]

Matias wins Portuguese Nats Rd3

This past weekend saw the third round of the Portuguese nationals take place at the Ortigosa track, near Leiria located in the centre of Portugal. Miguel Matias took TQ after winning the second and third qualifying, placing second in the semi-final due to a bad tyre choice but secured the overall win. After having a […]

Portuguese Nats Rd 1 report

Report via Ricardo Monteiro The racing season got underway this weekend in Portugal as round 1 of the nationals was held in Evora, Southern Portugal. The track has it’s fair share of european elements; fast corners and several easy jumps, but also some trickier jump sections shaking things up a bit. The race saw the […]

Rd 1 Portuguese Nats – Coelho wins

Contributor: Ricardo Monteiro Portugal’s 2011 title chase sprung into action over the weekend at the well-known Macainhas track in Guarda – host of the 2010 Euros. With Portugal’s natural #1 driver Miguel Matias not partaking in this year’s nationals (at time of writing), many young pretenders to the throne have positioned themselves as front runners. Round […]

Portuguese Open rained out

The outdoor season in Portugal kinda got underway this weekend; the 2010 Euros host track in Guarda had the honour of kicking off the 2011 season although it got off to a damp start. One of the major names you’ll not see in the following report or perhaps all season-long in Portugal is Miguel Matias (11x […]