Nacho Sánchez takes Spanish ‘B’ title

See: Modelix Racing

The fourth round of the Spanish Nitro Buggy B National was held at the Valdivia club rc el Pistonazo this past weekend. Nacho Sánchez (Mugen Seiki/Ultimate Engines/Procircuit) brought home the win from Ruben Vela Cuesta (Mugen Seiki/RC Concept) in second and David M. Alindado (Mugen Seiki) in third.

XRAY video part 1: milling machines

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Ever wondered how professional RC racing cars are manufactured? Check out this exclusive video form one of the world’s leading RC car manufacturer XRAY, the only RC car production plant in Europe. The XRAY’s chief designer Martin Hudy will guide you through the unique and world’s largest RC car manufacturing facility located in Trencin – Slovakia – Europe and will show you how the finest RC cars are produced. The first part of this story shows the CNC milling machine department where aluminum parts like chassis, bulkheads, suspension holders, etc are machined at state of the art German milling machines.

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Spencer Heckert TQs & wins at Night of the Living Nitro race

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This past weekend was held the Night of the Living Nitro race at the Beans RC track in Sherrodsville, Ohio. For the Nitro Buggy class there was a $1,000 cash purse with 1st taking home $500, 2nd $300, and 3rd $200. Spencer Heckert (HB Racing/Performa Racing/Pro-Line Racing) was able to take the TQ and win by almost 2 laps from Ryan Lutz (Agama/Bullitt/AKA) in 2nd and Adam Johnson (Serpent/Picco/Pro-Line Racing) in 3rd.

Joe Bornhorst doubles at 2nd annual Sidewinder Fall Champs

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The 2nd annual Sidewinder Fall Championship was held at the Revelation Raceway in Ontario, California this past weekend. Joe Bornhorst (Tekno RC/BLOK Engines/Tekin/Pro-Line Racing) would sweep the Nitro Buggy and E-buggy classes. J.Bornhorst set the overall TQ and took the win in both classes. Joseph Quagraine (JQ Racing/O.S.Engines/Procircuit) and Carlos Arredondo Jr. (#Tekno RC/ Blok Engines/AKA) rounded out the top 3 in Nitro Buggy while Vince Stolo in second and J.Smoder (JQ Racing) in third completed the top 3 podium result.

Raw Speed Radar 2.2” buggy rear tire

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Raw Speed Inc have introduced the new Radar 2.2” rear tire for 1/10th buggy. Designed as a directional tires, the radar was designed on a new lower profile flatter carcass. Raw Speed Inc went “no holds barred” with our high density tread pattern to make sure the tire creates maximum side bite and so that it would last longer. The Radar tire is available in Soft, Soft Long Wear, Super Soft and Clay compounds and come with closed cell inserts.

Jérôme Aigoin TQs & wins at Coupe de France E-buggy

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The 2019 Coupe de France E-buggy was held at the MRCPM track in Les Pennes-Mirabeau near Marseille over the weekend. Jérôme Aigoin (XRAY/Ultimate/Pro-Line Racing) was in control of things, taking the overall TQ and win in front of his brother Yannick Aigoin (XRAY/Ultimate/Procircuit) in second and Rayan Medjoubi (Kyosho/REDS Racing/AKA) in third.

T-Work’s NB48 2.0 stainless steel chassis skid protectors

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T-Work’s have introduced new stainless steel chassis skid protectors for the Tekno RC NB48 2.0. Made from strong stainless steel, they are made to protect the chassis from becoming excessively scratched or damaged on abrasive surfaces. The stainless steel chassis protectors are available in set of two for front and rear.

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Kevin Brunsden sweeps 2019 Dirt Masters

See: Nemo Racing

The 2019 edition of the Dirt Masters was held at the Clanfield RC track in Hambledon, UK over the weekend. Kevin Brunsden (Agama/Bullitt/Beta) would sweep the nitro buggy class. He took a commanding victory in the 30-minute final by a lap from Nemo Racing’s Jon Hazlewood (Agama/Bullitt/Beta) while Chris Mcloughlin (HB Racing) would take 3rd, four laps down.