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Posts tagged with Shin Adachi

Teaser: Yokomo YZ-4SF2 4WD buggy

See: Yokomo Yokomo’s designer Shin Adachi unveiled on social media a photo of the forthcoming YZ-4SF2 4WD buggy. Based on the YZ-4SF, the new kit comes with 80% brand new parts. Detailed images and information about the YZ-4SF2 should become available very soon.

Shin Adachi sweeps 2019 Indonesia Challenge

The 2019 Indonesia Challenge was held at the Forluck RC track in Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia last weekend. The event attracted a total of 55 drivers from Australia, Malaysia, Brunei, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Vietnam, Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Banjarmasin, Batam and some local drivers. The race was a three days race format with control practice, five rounds of […]

Shin Adachi crowned 2019 FEMCA Champion

The 2019 FEMCA 1/8 Nitro Buggy Championship was held in Gimpo, Korea. Paphon Chanyasak (Mugen) took the overall TQ after the qualifiers but he wouldn’t able to convert his TQ spot into a win as Shin Adachi (Mugen) brought home the win. P.Chanyasak came in second while Ryan Lee (SWORKz) rounded out the top 3. […]

Shin Adachi teams up with Mugen

See: Mugen Seiki Mugen have announced the signing of Shin Adachi to their team. Former Serpent driver and Yokomo engineer will be running the MBX8 and MBX8 Eco at the japanese championship and also at majors international events during the 2019 season. S.Adachi had the following to say about his signing: “I am joint to […]

Shin Adachi joins Muchmore

See: Muchmore Racing Muchmore Racing have announced the signing of Yokomo’s Shin Adachi to their team. S.Adashi will use Muchmore speed controllers, motors, batteries and other product in his rides during national and international events in 2019 and 2010. Shin has the following to say:

Shin Adachi leaves Serpent

Source: Shin Adachi (Facebook) After three years of partnership, Shin Adachi have announced his departure from Serpent. For the meantime, there is no information to let us know who will be its new sponsor will be but if the rumor about Ryan Cavalieri at Yokomo is true, could Yokomo soon unveil his first 1/8 Nitro Buggy?

Shin Adachi joins T-Work’s

See: T-Work’s T-Work’s have announced the signing of Japan’s Shin Adachi to their team. Yokomo’s team manager and also Serpent driver in the 1/8 class will use T-Work’s products in its vehicles. Shin has the following to say about the deal:

Under the Hood: Shin Adachi

Shin Adachi – Japan Chassis: Serpent SRX8 Engine: O.S. B2102 Fuel: Racing Experience Tyres: AKA Radio & Servos: Sanwa radio & Sanwa SRG-BX Type R servos Body & Wing: Serpent High Downforce body & stock wing Event: The Neo Race 2017