In RC, if you wreck and your truck manages to land on all four tires, you mash the throttle and keep going. Apparently this works for full-scale too, at least in Stadium Super Trucks. Sheldon came in third, but he wins this video.
Says Pro-Line, “This is the new Ford Raptor PRO-MT body (3440-00).” Also, Happy St. Patricks Day. Or St. Patrick’s night, it’s getting late. Anyhoo, expect this to be another good-lookin’ body from Pro-Line with overspray film, window masks, and decals. You how they do.
Whilst perusing the interwebs, I stumbled across these beautiful shots of Kent Clausen’s custom high-speed cars from the late 90s. Way before Nic Case was pushing 200mph in a straight line, RC speed was all about the “Insane Speed Run.” Raced on a bicycle velodrome, the event saw highly modded pan cars packed with NiCad cells [...]
Kicking back on the couch for some Tokyo Drift action (for reals, these guys and gals are in Japan) sure looks a lot more comfy than teetering on a rickety drivers’ stand. Not sure if this is some rich guy’s sweet basement, a hobby store’s extra space, or what, but it sure looks like a [...]
We don’t make a habit of blasting news of every driver sponsorship shake-up, but this one’s important on two fronts: one, it’s Adam Drake, who is sorting out new sponsors after a long stint with Horizon Hobby brands, and two, it’s Hitec, who has long been known for making great servos but not for having [...]
We’re RC Car Action and this is not a car, but c’mon, it’s awesome. You either like this, or you’re wrong. Amazing Return of the Jedi speeder bike that flies (’cause it’s actually a quad copter). Built by Adam Woodworth, details at Makezine.com. For movie machines converted to RC, click here. Photos: Adam Woodworth
The F1 scene has been heating up with new releases lately, not the least of which is Sepent’s newest entry to the scene. The F110 SF2 is typically top-notch, as you can see by just looking at the pics below. Ride height is adjustable to suit rubber or foam tires, neither of which are included. [...]
Adam Drake made waves when he parted ways with longtime sponsor Losi / TLR and joined Mugen Seiki’s squad, and now the popular driver has added AMain.com to the logos on his T-shirt. Adam will be running AMain’s Pro-Tek R/C gear (trust us, it’s a lot of stuff). The only thing you probably won’t see [...]