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Schumacher Indoor Masters Rd2 report

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This past weekend was held the second round of the hugely popular Worksop Series, there was once again a huge entry of drivers across all classes of 2wd, 4wd, 2wd stadium truck and the vintage buggy class. As always it was round by round qualifying as the racing format, with the best 2 results from 4 rounds of qualifying counting towards the final position. The control tyre in the buggy classes is the Schumacher Yellow Honeycomb, this works superbly well at Worksop. The track layout was superb, it was a fast layout but there were also many jumps and features in the track which everyone enjoyed. As always a huge thanks go out to the fantastic Worksop track team for the hard work. They always manage to come up with a new layout with unique features included, which makes Worksop so popular with the racers.

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Ruddog CA activator spray

Source: Ruddog Distribution

The Ruddog CA activator spray is a cyanoacrylate accelerator spray for the use with all common cyanoacrylate-based super glues. The CA kicker greatly reduces the curing time of thick, thin and super thin glues, making it ideal when glueing on-road and off-road tyres. Simply use the glue as usual and apply a small layer of CA activator afterwards or use an indirect technique by spraying a small amount of CA kicker into a cup and putting the cup over the tyre – the latter can make for more aesthetically pleasing results depending on the glue used. The CA activator spray is available in 150ml spray cans from now on.

LRP Team T-shirt & pit towel

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German company LRP have introduced new Team T-shirt and pit towel to their range. The blue colour shirt is made from high-quality light stretch material and sports a all new design with enough space at the front to add your other beloved brands. The high-quality print allows to last many washes. Also new is the new designed pit towel to give your workspace the Blue Is Better touch. The new checkered flag design will keep your mind in racing mode while you are preparing your car.


Exotek 30mm & 40mm Fan Blaster alloy shrouds

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Exotek Racing have introduced the new Fan Blaster aluminium fan shrouds for 30mm and 40mm fans. Both the 30mm and 40mm shrouds are machined from high-quality ally, come black anodised and feature machined fin. The Fan Blaster shrouds will blast the fan air directly onto your motor for maximum cooling effect while also acting as a finned heat sink that adds additional ambient cooling. Importantly, the shroud positions the fan about 12mm away from the motor can to help prevent the motor magnets from impeding the fan motor and the shrouds lightweight alloy construction insures factory good looks and extra durable quality. Use the supplied M2.5×16 screws to attach the fan to the shroud and then attach the shroud to Exotek fan mount #1718 (sold separately).

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David Snee sweeps NEAM Winter Series Rd2

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The second round of the NEAM Winter Series was held at the Nissan Sports And Leisure Complex in Sunderland, UK. Newly signed Schumacher driver David Snee (Schumacher) would sweep the 2WD Buggy class. He set the overall TQ and took the win from Eugene Galley (Schumacher) in 2nd and Tyler Liddle (Schumacher) in 3rd, making it an all- Schumacher podium lockout.

Lee Martin sweeps Louis XVI race Rd1

Source: Yokomo US (Facebook)

The first round of the Louis XVI race was held at the RC-Race Arena in Islikon, Switzerland this past weekend. Yokomo Factory driver Lee Martin (Yokomo/Scorpion/Sweep Racing) was the man to beat. The multi-time European Champion would sweep the 2WD Modified Buggy class, taking the overall TQ and win from his teammate Fabian Luca Widmer (Yokomo/Sweep Racing) in 2nd and Kay Frehner (XRAY) in 3rd.

JP Richards TQs & wins at The Icebreaker

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The Icebreaker race was held at the Bill’s RC Hobby Shop indoor track in Marion, Indiana. The Grand Opening race attracted 85 entires and in the 2WD Modified Buggy class it was JP Richards (Yokomo/Muchmore Racing/Pro-Line Racing) who set the overall TQ and took the win from Ean Reilley (TLR/Team Trinity/JConcepts) in 2nd and Adam Rayls (Team Associated/Reedy/Jconcepts) in 3rd.

Edward Callan teams up with XRAY


XRAY have announced the signing of Edward Callan to their team. The former Team Associated and CML driver will be using the XRAY XB2 and XB4 buggies at the BRCA National as well as some European events.

I’m extremely excited to join Team Xray as they’ve launched the latest spec XB2 & XB4 cars. I’m looking forward to settling in with my new team mates and hitting the track with the new cars over the winter season and at the BRCA Nationals and the EFRA European Championships held here in the UK next summer. If you need any help with your XB2 & XB4 cars please come over and have a chat with me at any of the races. – Edward Callan