Wow everyone–I figured we would get some guesses, but over 80 guesses in less than 24 hours, with hundreds more on Facebook and the web forums—rock on! Thank you to everyone who participated in this promo. Click the link to our video below to find out what the surprise product is:
The Traxxas TORC series of off-road short course racing is in Bark River, Michigan this Saturday and Sunday, August 13 and 14, 2011. This is round 7 and 8 of the 14 round series. All three pro classes will run on both day. Live Video streaming by Ustream Friday, August 12th 3:00 PM [...]
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So I can’t say what it will be until tomorrow when it arrives, but rest assured that this product is HOT, highly anticipated and VERY much at the top of many discussion forums right now. And you’ll only be able to SEE IT here at RC Car Action! Assuming UPS delivers on time tomorrow, I [...]
You may not be into RC planes, but I think we can all agree real RC jets with fully functioning turbines are super cool. Check the videos and photos from the 2011 World Jet Masters that recently went down in right here in the U.S. This is similar to one of RC car racing’s IFMAR [...]
You’ve probably already seen this commercial, but watch it again and try to spot the Hitec servos being used. Once you see them you’ll wonder how you never noticed before. If you haven’t seen this commercial, it’s very much worth checking out.
Traxxas gets around when it comes to full-size auto racing. Traxxas will be fielding the no. 73 Porsche GT3 at the world famous Watkins Glen in New York this weekend. Horton Autosport team, sponsored by Traxxas, will make its Rolex Series debut at The Glen with Eric Foss and Patrick Lindsey at the wheel.
Over the past couple of decades, RC vehicles of all kinds have become leaner, meaner, and faster. In the 1980’s, a typical basher (such as a Tamiya Frog) would top out at around 25 mph and run for maybe 6 minutes. In the 1990′s, average basher speeds were closer to the mid 30 mph range, [...]