Peter VieiraI've been involved in RC for over 25 years, and first joined Air Age Media in 1997. I served as Executive Editor until 2008, when I went to work on the manufacturing side of the RC biz. Now back at RC Car Action, I'm thrilled to be doing what I love most--not just enjoying RC, but sharing it with all of you. In addition to RC, I enjoy spending time with my beautiful wife Kathleen and our wonderful daughter Audrey.
Kevin HetmanskiSimply put, I’m all about nitro. Well, almost. I’m down with electric for crawlers and some indoor racing, but if you really want to get my attention, it better make some smoke and noise. I’m a regular racer and I usually go with 1/8-scale buggy and truggy. When I’m not racing, I am usually fabricating custom parts and even entire vehicles.
Carl HyndmanRC is in my blood, flowing down in to my fingertips and straight in to those high tech pistol grip controllers. I dream about it when I sleep and love the thrill of competitive racing with close friends that have become part of my extended family. There’s really nothing like it and it’s been part of my DNA for over 15 years. My hands are calloused from the many kits I’ve built over the years, and that’s not going to change any time soon. Put the hand lotion away, my mitts are my badge of honor. Luckily I’m in a position to share some of that passion with the readers of RC Car Action. Over time you may notice that I’m a bit right-brained and my work comes out in my words and images that I take a great deal of pride in. Think I have the best job? I think so.
Matt BoydI first joined Air Age back in 2000 as a junior editor with several of the RC titles before shifting focus to help create Die Cast X Magazine -- of which I serve as Executive Editor. I love returning to my RC roots and contributing to RC Car Action whenever I can. When I'm not working on stories for DCX or RCCA I can often be found at the race track or the autocross course running my full-scale car!