The 2013 ASIA Fever 1/10 EP off road championship was recently organized by ASIA RC and won by SWORKz team driver Sam Chen who is now the 2013 Asia Fever Championship 4WD champion. Sam also won the 2WD buggy category. Congratulations!
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The 2013 1/10th EP Off-Road Champs recently took place in Taichung City, Taiwan. Drivers from across the Far East, Australia, USA and England attended the event which featured both 2WD & 4WD buggy as well as a 4WD Short Course class. Naoto Matsukura (Japan) claimed the overall victory in the 4WD class head of Shin […]
The 2013 Taiwan 1/8 off road National Championship took place recently which saw many top factory drivers in attendance. During qualifying it was Hot Bodies driver Lee who TQ’d by 2 seconds ahead of Sam Chen of SWORKz. Unfortunately during the semifinals certain drivers experienced problems however Lee, Sam Chen and Guang Ho Chen (Team […]
After joining SWORKz just a few months back, Sam Chen (SWORKz/S-POWER/James Tyres) has won the fourth round of the Taiwan National Championships. Sam lead the one hour A final from start to finish throughout super-hot driving conditions with fellow SWORKz team mate Scott Yang (SWORKz S350, S-POWER and T-PRO Tyres) finishing in second.
The 2013 Taiwanese FEMCA 1/10 EP Championship is due to take place on the 25th – 27th of October at the Taichung Challenger R/C race track , located in Taichung. Full details can be found here.
Alpha team driver Jason Huang TQ’d and won in pro buggy at the 3rd Taiwanese national open race held this past weekend. Liu Hou claimed second with Chen Chuen Chi (Andy Chen) completing the podium, both of which also driving for Alpha. Congratulations!
Taipei A-Mu raceway held the third EP off-road open event this past weekend in which PR driver Yu-Kai Zeng claimed A3 with his PR S1 V2.
Guang-He Chen claims first place at the recent Taiwanese RB Championships with his PR 21BS Evo engine. Congratulations!
The AsiaRC Championship race took place this past weekend in Taichung, Taiwan. A total of 96 drivers attended the race with Intech Racing driver Yu-Jie Chen securing third place with his BR-6. Congratulations!