“This ‘Cross-Over’ concept incorporates the simplicity of a buggy drivetrain with the size, suspension, durability, and ease of operation found in Team Losi monster trucks,” says Team Losi. It definitely looks cool. What say you? Click Here for more info and feedback at the Radio Control Zone.
…and with a little controversy too! Nic showed up with two cars, a LiPo/brushless converted Nitro TC3 that went over 130mph, and a Custom Works 2WD dirt-oval car (also LiPo/BL) that made the record run. Talk about it here!.
Ralph Burch TQ’ed and won the hotly-contested modified touring class at the Novak US Touring Car Championships held at Trackside Hobbies in Brookfield, Wisconsin. Burch and XRAY teammate Mike Dumas were both driving new XRAY T1 Factory cars equipped with a few “in-development” prototype parts. New Epic 9-turn Cobalt modified motors using the Trinity XXX Silver brushes were reportedly used for power in both cars with Burch sporting SMC and Dumas running EPIC batteries. A straw poll of those who attended the race showed that XRAY cars were very popular for a significant portion of the field, including many privateers. There was also a common theme in the comments about the big horsepower of the EPIC Cobalt motors used to power the top two cars – more than a few racers in attendance said these new motors were the class of the field.
The results are in from the Reedy International Touring Car race in the United Kingdom. Losi/Trinity driver David Spashett found himself sitting on the top of the heap after 5 exciting rounds of qualifying. Associated/Reedy drivers Chris Grainger and Craig Drescher sat behind him. Spashett recently made the switch back to Losi and was driving the Prototype Triple-XS.
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Congratulations to Craig, Associated, Reedy, LRP for their exciting victory!
|The Top 10 qualifying positions
were as follows(courtesy of
David Spashett (Losi/Trinity/LRP)
|The final result after a triple A-main format are:
1. Craig Drescher