Jul 20, 2011 2 Comments by


 Ryan Cavalieri

The track press report states:

On Wednesday 20 July the World Championship in 2WD was up for grabs.

The winner was Ryan Cavalieri from the United States. He praised his team for the great job they have done and said that he is very proud of all of them. Ryan Maifield, who drives in the same team as Cavalieri, came in second.

After the qualifying rounds Neil Cragg from the United Kingdom was leading. He was therefore the first to start racing in the finals and the actual top 3 started right after him in the exact order in which they climbed up to the podium at the end. After the first A-final Cragg still had a very good chance of making it to the top 3, but the catastrophe struck right before the third final when his car broke down during the warm up laps.

Cavalieri drove an even race finishing second in the first A-final and winning the last two A-finals. This was Cavalieri’s first World Championship in 2WD. He was the World Champion in 4WD in 2003 and 2005.

 Top 10 of 2WD racing:

1. Ryan Cavalieri (USA)

2. Ryan Maifield (USA)

3. Jared Tebo (USA)

4. Dustin Evans (USA)

5. Joern Neumann (GER)

6. Neil Cragg (GBR)

7. Dakotah Phend (USA)

8. Naoto Matsukura (JPN)

9. Lee Martin (GBR)

10. Peter Pinisch (AUT)

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I've raced just about every type of RC car, traveled the world shooting RC races, but at the end of the day though, you'll most likely find me behind the wheel of a 1/8-scale nitro buggy at my local track. I'm a Southern California native, which on any given day allows me the opportunity to race on just about any surface or facility of my choosing. Before I was heavily into RC most of my attention was focused towards photography. Since, all of the experience that I've gained and learned has been projected towards RC photography. I'm fueled by the idea of creating something new every time I head to take pictures. Whether it's portraits, racing action, or a track panoramas.


  1. Craig says:

    Good to see the ol’ B4 still has wome wins left in her.

  2. sono says:

    they need to make a b5 or…no more 4.1..

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