Kyosho, Peterson and Neuspeed dominate the Hank Perry 240

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From Kyosho:
The long running Hank Perry 240, in its 21st year, is one of the largest races in the Northwest. Kyosho team driver Taylor Peterson qualified third in truggy with his long wheelbase Kyosho ST-R, but quickly ran to the front and checked out, lapping the while field for a decisive win. Peterson TQ’ed 1/8 buggy with his Inferno 777 WC Edition and was leading when he ran out of fuel before his first pit stop, apparently starting without a full tank if fuel. Although he was quickly restarted, he lost too much ground and had to settle for a mid-field finish. Peterson also TQ’ed and won the 1/10 truck gas truck class. Kyosho team driver Marcus “Neuspeed” Anzivino TQ’ed and won 2WD mod buggy with an Ultima RB5 and took 3rd in 1/8 buggy with his Inferno 777 WC Edition.

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