This past weekend was round 1 of the Canadian off Road Championship series. TLR team driver Richard Infanti made the trip out to round 1 and put in two great drives to take the TQ win in pro truggy. It the pro buggy class Richard would just miss out on the TQ but put in […]
The Alabama Manufacturers Shootout took place last weekend in Cullman, Alabama. Team Durango’s Ryan Lutz took an impressive victory in the intense heat with his DESC410R Short Course truck and 2nd in pro gas buggy with his DNX408. After taking the opening round of qualifying with his DESC410R Ryan was unlucky with wiring problems in […]
Mike Freund had another great day of racing in Whiterock, NM with his Tekin powered Caster Racing EX1.5R finishing up as points champion of the electric buggy class. Mike said “It was the 6th and final New Mexico point series race and we had the largest turnout of the season so far, we even had […]
On June 18, 2011 the Second Annual Summer Classic was held at McCullough’s RC in Sarver, PA. This one-day race attracted over 60 entries. This race consisted of nitro and 1/10th electric racing. The racing program was comprised of three, five-minute rocket-round qualifiers. The Pro Buggy and Truggy A-Mains were 15-minutes and the E-Scale and […]
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I have been drifting casually for a few years now, but I never really gave it much thought as anything other than parking lot bashing. Indeed, a lot of RCers tend to think of drifting as a fad that has come and gone – a novelty that wore off in 2009, never to be fully […]
The Axial West Coast Challenge included a G6 Challenge event that is best described as a mix of rock crawling, high-speed off-road rally racing and scale. The G6 consisted of two classes, 1.9 and 2.2, and three stages held over three days. The first stage on Friday was started slightly before dusk and many drivers were […]
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Radio Control Car Action’s Eric Schutt checks in from the 2011 Byron Onroad Challenge in Joliet, Illinois. The crew from Byron Fuels continues to lead the charge by assembling one of the best, most unique events for the onroad set. The Byron Challenge does a great job of promoting a fun, casual atmosphere combined with […]
The results are in and Brian Lorenz has won the Pro class in this year’s championship with a score of -125. Axial’s Brad Dumont took second and Don French scored third. Brian used an Axial XR10 to take the win. Brad and Don scored -121 each.
Don’t get the wrong idea about the fast courses making this year’s event easy. The fast sections have proved surprisingly hard and there are plenty of hardcore rock crawling. Today’s courses feature more speed sections but also some deep rock holes.