Posts tagged with Rene Kargl

Aichmann & Kargl take Carinthia champs title

The fourth round of the Carinthian 1/8 Buggy Championships was held in Austria over the weekend. Joachim Aichmann (Kyosho) took the title in the Nitro Buggy class in front of Marcel Waldner (Mugen Seiki) on the runner-up spot and Andreas Leopold (Kyosho) in 3rd. Rene Kargl (SWORKz) was crowned Champion in the E-buggy class from […]

Schweinzer & Kargl win at Carinthian Champs Rd1

The first round of the Carinthian 1/8 Buggy Championships was held at the LAMBC St. Andrä track, Austria over the weekend. In the Nitro Buggy class, Patrick Schweinzer (Mugen) took the overall TQ in qualifying and also the win in front of Joachim Aichmann (Kyosho) in second and Otto Knapp (Kyosho) in third. Rene Kargl […]

Austrian E-buggy Champs report

See: SWORKz  The Austrian E-buggy Championship was held at the Salsach/Styria over the weekend. In the E-buggy Championship it was Rene Kargl (SWORKz) who won the title in front of Andreas Mayr (Kyosho) followed by SWORKz team driver Jürgen Trieb. In the Youth Championship Marcel Trieb (SWORKz) took the title from SWORKz duo of Jonas Kohlberger […]

Rene Kargl wins at Austrian E-buggy Champs Rd2

This past weekend was held the second round of the Austrian E-buggy Nationals at the Club Mrc-Jaidhof track in Gföhl, Lower Austria. The round was attended by 31 drivers and in the E-buggy class it was Jürgen Trieb (SWORKz) who took the overall TQ from Hupo Hönigl  (XRAY) and Rene Kargl (SWORKz). After the three […]

Rene Kargl wins at Austrian E-Buggy Champs Rd1

See: SWORKz  This past weekend was held the first round of the Austrian 1/8 Electric Buggy Championship at MOC track in Allhartsberg. Rene Kargl (SWORKz) took the win in front of Andreas Mayr (Kyosho) in second and the defending champion Jürgen Trieb (SWORKz) in third. In the Junior class it was young Marcel Trieb (SWORKz) who […]

Rene Kargl wins Austrian E-Buggy Champs Rd1

See: MW RC Cars This past weekend was held the first round of the Austrian E-Buggy championship at the MBV Nötsch track. Rene Kargl (SWORKz, Hobbywing, Pro-Line) took the win from the winner of round 1 of the nitro nationals, Jürgen Trieb (SWORKz, Nosram, TPRO) in second and Andreas Mayr (Mugen, Tekin, Pro-Line) in third.