Novak Driver Bill Oxidean Sets 3 World Records

Oct 29, 2010 No Comments by

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Novak Electronics Team Driver Bill Oxidean has broken three world records for speed! Oxidean raced the NAMBA Straightline Speed Time Trials October 23rd and 24th, 2010 at Legg Lake in El Monte, California.

Hitting speeds of over 33mph, Bill broke the record for N-1 Mono. In N-1 Hydro, he set the record at 46mph, and in Crackerbox hit 23mph, a record that had been standing for over 11 years!

Using the Novak Kinetic 2S Racing Speed Control, Bill continues to improve his speed and performance in racing. “The Kinetic system is something else,” Oxidean says, “With Dynamic Timing Advance, I was able to obliterate these records!” Congratulations Bill Oxidean!

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