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2017 Reedy TC Race: Photo Gallery

2017 Reedy TC Race: Photo Gallery

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Lots to see at the 20th edition of the Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions. The legendary event brings the manufacturers, factory drivers and passionate racers to the famous Tamiya Raceway to battle on the fast and permanent layout. Of course, RC Car Action is there to capture all the excitement and we’ve put together this photo gallery for you to see. Oh, don’t worry there’s tons more, this is just a glimpse.

2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage brought to you by Team Associated.

2017 Reedy TC Race: Under the Hood of Marc Rheinard’s Infinity IF14

2017 Reedy TC Race: Under the Hood of Marc Rheinard’s Infinity IF14

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A legend in RC racing, Infinity’s Marc Rheinard continues to gather wins and this time it’s behind the wheel of the Infinity IF14. A new car in a new class for the company, Rheinard is already showing what it is capable of by winning this year’s 2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions. Let’s take a closer look.

Rheinard now has six Reedy TC Race Championship titles to his name.

Rheinard now has six Reedy TC Race Championship titles to his name.

Infinity’s Marc Rheinard and the Tamiya Raceway seem like a perfect match, and no one can match his accomplishments on the permanent asphalt layout.

Infinity’s Marc Rheinard and the Tamiya Raceway seem like a perfect match, and no one can match his accomplishments on the permanent asphalt layout.

Sponsors: Infinity, Much More, Tonisport, Xpert, Arrowmax, Axon, Protoform, LMR, Volante, MPE, MR33, Team TD, Creation Model.

Infinity just broke in to the electric touring car market and their first car is the IF14 that Rheinard is currently using.

Infinity just broke in to the electric touring car market and their first car is the IF14 that Rheinard is currently using.

Marc uses a Much More Fleta Pro V2 with 0 boost and 20 turbo for settings. The motor is a Much More 4.5T with 12mm rotor.

Marc uses a Much More Fleta Pro V2 with 0 boost and 20 turbo for settings. The motor is a Much More 4.5T with 12mm rotor.

The rear of the IF14 with 20-tooth center pulley with Axon spur gear.  Notice the links on the rear suspension.

The rear of the IF14 with 20-tooth center pulley with Axon spur gear. Notice the links on the rear suspension.

A spool is used at the front, and the servo is an Xpert 3204 model.

A spool is used at the front, and the servo is an Xpert 3204 model.

Detail of the bottom of the 2.25mm carbon fiber chassis.

Detail of the bottom of the 2.25mm carbon fiber chassis.

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Much More Impact 6400 2S LiPo battery is taped in and provides smooth and consistent power.

Marc uses a Sanwa M12s transmitter.

Marc uses a Sanwa M12s transmitter.

A Protoform LTC-R Lightweight is used along with a MR33 wing that Marc describes as being in between a lightweight and heavyweight wing commonly used.

A Protoform LTC-R Lightweight is used along with a MR33 wing that Marc describes as being in between a lightweight and heavyweight wing commonly used.

2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage brought to you by Team Associated.

2017 Reedy TC Race: Infinity’s Rheinard Grabs His 6th Title

2017 Reedy TC Race: Infinity’s Rheinard Grabs His 6th Title

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The 20th edition of the Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions is now in the books and helping to rewrite those books is Infinity’s Marc Rheinard who was brilliant, at times challenged, but never really fazed as he grabbed the necessary points to get a record-setting six Reedy Race Championship titles to his name and extending his tally over 4-time Champion Barry Baker. He also did it with an extra round to go, letting the rest of the field duke it out for second and third. And fought they did, with Ronald Volker/ Yokomo and Viktor Wilck/ Serpent each doing what they needed to grab the remaining spots on the podium.

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Infinity’s Marc Rheinard continues to set records at the Reedy race with six wins to his name.

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Rheinard won the 20th edition of the Reedy Race with what seemed like an easy attempt, clinching the title in eleven rounds with an extra one to relax and enjoy the fruits of his labor.

2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage brought to you by Team Associated.

2017 Reedy TC Race: Infinity’s Rheinard Tops Saturday with Win

Serpent's Viktor Wilck is one driver who has a chance of taking the title from Rheinard.

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The Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions is a prestigious event that can elevate a factory driver’s status and etch them in the RC racing history books. This year’s event is seeing closer races and tighter battles than ever before and with the end of Saturday’s Rounds of racing shows many drivers in contention for the overall win in the Invitational Class. However, not surprising is Infinity’s Marc Rheinard who is leading the way and driving well on his quest for his record-setting sixth Reedy Race title. The driver from Germany has always shown some of the best lines at Tamiya Raceway, and knocking him off the top step of the podium will be quite a feet. However, drivers like Serpent’s Viktor Wilck, Yokomo’s Meen Vejrak, XRAY’s Bruno Coelho and Yokomo’s Ronald Volker are still in the hunt and can be spoilers to Rheinard’s plans. Sunday will include the final rounds of racing and crown an overall champion. Stay tuned.

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Infinty's Marc Rheinard is shooting for a record-setting 6 Reedy Race titles.

Infinty’s Marc Rheinard is shooting for a record-setting 6 Reedy Race titles.

Rheinard's preparation has always been solid, and his Infinity car is looking fast and polished.

Rheinard’s preparation has always been solid, and his Infinity car is looking fast and polished.

2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage brought to you by Team Associated.

2017 Reedy TC Race: Interview with Team Associated’s Spencer Rivkin

2017 Reedy TC Race: Interview with Team Associated’s Spencer Rivkin

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The highlight of the Reedy Race is usually the Invitational Class, but there are classes being run in a more common format including the Open Modified Class that often showcases up and coming talent, giving a hint at future Invitational Class participants. This year Team Associated’s Spencer Rivkin raced in the Open Class, and is showing everyone his talents aren’t limited to off-road, taking the first two rounds on his quest for TQ overall. We got a chance to catch up with the 2WD IFMAR World Champ, and ask him a few questions. Read on.

Team Associated's Spencer Rivkin is already turning heads in his first ever Reedy TC race of Champions and after his first 2 rounds in the Open Modified Class was leading in points on his quest for TQ.

Team Associated‘s Spencer Rivkin is already turning heads in his first ever Reedy TC race of Champions and after his first 2 rounds in the Open Modified Class was leading in points on his quest for TQ.

Sponsors: Team Associated, Reedy, JConcepts, Mx, StickIt1, Mikita, Kicker, LiveRC, Hobby Action Raceway, 1Up Racing.

RC Car Action: This is your first Reedy TC Race isn’t it?

Spencer Rivkin: Yeah.

What made you want to come out and start racing touring cars?

Brent (Thielke), Ryan (Cavalieri) and I talked a lot about it, and since Ryan runs a lot, I have gotten a lot of interest in it. I also talked with Kinwald and other guys that have been around the industry for a long time and they told me it would be good to get in to. They explained that it could help my off-road racing. So whatever can help me as a driver I want to do.

What has been the biggest learning curve when switching over to on-road and specifically touring cars?

Being very disciplined through the whole five minutes, especially when you have the variables like when the tires overheat and you have to back it down. If the tires overheat, the car gets loose and you can lose a lot of time. Being mentally strong helps for sure in the long run.

Moving forward, what are your plans with on-road racing?

I’d like to do the Reedy TC Race every year, and the ROAR Nationals and a couple of CTS races, but full time I’m an off-road racer, so I’ll do a few races a year and probably a couple of practice sessions here and there in California. In the future maybe more, I’m not sure, I’m still pretty young so I have a lot of years ahead of me.

What about 1/12-scale or nitro on-road?

Nah, it would just be touring car. I already race nine cars (laughs).

It's easy to spot his car with signature livery.

It’s easy to spot his TC7.1 car with signature livery.

Taking smooth lines and showing experience usually seen in racers much older.

Taking smooth lines and showing experience usually seen in racers much older.

Lots of confidence and feeling ready as he prepares to hit the drivers stand.

Lots of confidence and feeling ready as he prepares to hit the drivers stand.

2017 Reedy TC Race: New Tamiya M07 Concept Spotted

2017 Reedy TC Race: New Tamiya M07 Concept Spotted

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The Reedy Race always focuses attention, and one thing that caught ours was the new Tamiya M07 Concept being displayed under the Tamiya tent. Officially scheduled for release June 25th, of 2017, this car will carry on the long tradition of fun cars that are enjoyed by passionate racers who enjoy TCS racing. A 1/10-scale, front wheel-drive sedan, this car has lots of cool features while maintaining scale geometry and impressive handling. Fred Medel from Tamiya explained that the car was designed by a passionate TCS racer in Japan who joined the company about 20 years ago. He designed the TA07, which is a modular plastic construction design, so when his boss tasked him to design a new M chassis, he remembered from his racing days and playing with the original Minis that it was not a great thing since to be competitive you had to know a lot of inside “voodoo” knowledge to get them to work. Those older designs were made from ABS plastic, and were really designed for fun use, but since he was a racer at heart and knows suspension, he wanted to design something for people who also want to race in the class to be able to set it up easy and will have a big tuning window so that it works most of the time. He used his knowledge from the TA07 and applied it to this design. The older Minis could be configured short, medium or long by inserting a center piece, but he feels that compromises too many things. With this design, by flipping the rear arms, a medium or long version is attainable. The car is entirely new and uses fiberglass reinforced plastics that are stiffer and have much higher tolerances. The car will also have hop-ups available when it is released. It does come with full ball bearings, an aluminum motor plate and fluid filled gear differential, and the other items on this pre-production car are hop-ups. Let’s take a closer look.

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The M07 Concept is based off the M class chassis that started around 1991 with the M01 that had a Rover Mini body. Then there was the M02, M03, M04 (rear wheel drive), M05, and M06 (also rear wheel drive). This new M07 Concept kit doesn’t come with a body, but a Mazda MX5 is suggested for those interested in racing.

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The M07 Concept is front wheel drive with the motor placed far forward. The blue aluminum heatsink is an optional hop-up.

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The steering servo is toward the back with a long link to the front.

The chassis is designed to be very flat and resist tweaking.

The chassis is designed to be very flat and resist tweaking.

Back end detail.

Back end detail.

Front end showing the steering angles.

Front end showing the steering angles.

2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage brought to you by Team Associated.

2017 Reedy TC Race: Under the Hood of Ryan Cavalieri’s TC7.1

2017 Reedy TC Race: Under the Hood of Ryan Cavalieri’s TC7.1

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Team Associated’s Ryan Cavalieri is probably better known for his accomplishments in the off-road environment, but his on-road skills are also very impressive. Like previous years, he’s been a standout at the Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions in the Invitational Class and this year is no different. His lines are crisp and his lap times right with the other top drivers. To back this up, he came out swinging and took a win in the first Round with his TC7.1. Let’s take a closer look.

Team Associated’s Ryan Cavalieri is showing good speed at the event and won his first round race.

Team Associated’s Ryan Cavalieri is showing good speed at the event and won his first round race.

Sponsors: Team Associated, Much More, JConcepts, Savox, Darkside, 1Up Racing, RCE, UpGrade RC, OCRC Raceway, Pacific Coast Hobbies, Kicker, Mikita.

Ryan Cavalieri is using the newest Team Associated TC7.1 version with a few small tweaks.

Ryan Cavalieri is using the newest Team Associated TC7.1 version with a few small tweaks.

 

The front end of the TC7.1. Ryan is running the new optional carbon fiber bumper brace. He also uses a spool up front. Springs are SMJ yellow in the front with XRAY 2.7 at the rear. For swaybars, Cav’, like the other factory drivers, uses 1.2 at the front with 1.3 at the rear.

The front end of the TC7.1. Ryan is running the new optional carbon fiber bumper brace. He also uses a spool up front. Springs are SMJ yellow in the front with XRAY 2.7 at the rear. For swaybars, Cav’, like the other factory drivers, uses 1.2 at the front with 1.3 at the rear.

 

The rear end includes a gear diff with 10k Team Associated silicone oil.

The rear end includes a gear diff with 10K Team Associated silicone oil.

 

Cavalieri recently changed his electronics sponsor to Much More and this means he uses their Impact 6400 2S LiPo battery that is held in using black strapping tape.

Cavalieri recently changed his electronics sponsor to Much More and this means he uses their full-size Impact 6400 2S LiPo battery that is held in using black strapping tape.

 

The car is powered by a Much More Fleta Pro V2 speed control with no boost but a little bit of turbo and Much More 4.5T brushless motor.

The car is powered by a Much More Fleta Pro V2 speed control with no boost but a little bit of turbo and Much More 4.5T brushless motor.

 

A stock 2.25mm carbon fiber chassis sees the normal scratches on the bottom, and titanium screws are used throughout.

A stock 2.25mm carbon fiber chassis sees the normal scratches on the bottom, and titanium screws are used throughout.

 

The car is outfitted with a Protoform LTC-R lightweight and painted in Cav’s signature livery. The body is mounted 4mm forward.

The car is outfitted with a Protoform LTC-R lightweight and painted in Cav’s signature livery. The body is mounted 4mm forward for more aggressive steering.

 

Cav’ prefers to use a Protoform standard downforce, heavy–duty wing at Tamiya Raceway.

Cav’ prefers to use a Protoform standard downforce, heavy–duty wing at Tamiya Raceway.

 

Protoform anti-tuck braces are installed inside to help prevent problems in the event of a bump from behind.

Protoform anti-tuck braces are installed inside to help prevent problems in the event of a bump from behind.

 

Cav’ uses a Sanwa M12s Transmitter configured left-handed.

Cav’ uses a Sanwa M12s Transmitter configured left-handed.

 

RC Car Action’s 2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage is brought to you by Team Associated

2017 Reedy TC Race: Technical Inspection and Rules

2017 Reedy TC Race: Technical Inspection and Rules

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Like any big event, the Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions uses a set of rules and a technical inspection area to help keep the racing close and fair for the participants. As you can imagine, racers have always tried to find the slightest edge to exploit to give them an advantage, but a thorough list helps to alleviate any confusion or misunderstanding. Below is a partial list of what the drivers have to abide by.

  • ROAR technical rules govern all classes.
    • All qualifying heats, main events, and Invitational races are 5 minutes in length.
    • Minimum weight: 1350g.
    • Maximum battery voltage: 8.40.
    • Maximum battery temperature: ambient temperature plus 5°F.
    • Only motors and zero-timing ESCs and firmware currently found on ROAR’s approved list are allowed in the 17.5 and 13.5 classes. Motors must be pre-teched before they can be used in scored rounds. ESCs will be spot-checked for compliance.
    • Only one fan allowed on the motor, 30mm maximum.
    • Open class drivers are allowed to tech four sets of marked control tires to be used during both qualifying and the main events. Marked control tires must be used for practice seeding rounds but do not count towards a racer’s four set allotment. Drivers may use tire warmers and the traction additive of their choice.
    • No modifications to the control tires are allowed. However, mold seams may be ground down and tire beads may be re-glued.
    • Factory sponsored drivers (those whose travel arrangements are paid for by their sponsor and/or are paid a salary to race), or those that have finished in the A-main in the Modified class the previous year, are not eligible to compete in the 13.5 class. Drivers who are sponsored or receive discounts from chassis manufacturers, or who have finished in the A or B main in the 13.5 or Modified class the previous year, are not eligible to compete in the 17.5 class.
    • Broken vehicles may not be repaired during the race.
    • Open classes qualifying will use qual points with the best two rounds used to determine main event qualifying positions. Ties will be broken by combining the laps and times from the driver’s best two rounds.
    • Main event results will be determined by adding a driver’s best two results. Ties will be broken by adding the laps and time from the driver’ best two results.
    • Invitational results are determined by combining the points from a driver’s best 10 out of 12 rounds. In the event of a tie, the first tie breaker will be determined by the most first place finishes between tied racers. Most second places finishes will break second level ties. Third level ties will be broken by the most third place finishes and so on, until all ten scored rounds are used. In the event that a tie still exists after using the ten scored rounds, the final tie breaker will be the addition of the three best laps and times from the scored rounds regardless of the finishing positions in those three rounds.
    • Invitational class drivers must use six sets of control tires alternating new/used. Tires will be impounded and delivered to each driver in tech. Control tire sauce will be supplied in a designated staging area and can be applied once the previous race has started.
    • Driving penalties will be given at the discretion of the referee/race director. Failure to comply will result in disqualification from that race.
    • Rules may be changed, modified, added, or removed at the discretion of the race organizers.
The technical inspection area at the Reedy Race is thorough and fair. The cars are going faster than ever, and keeping the racing close is the objective.

The technical inspection area at the Reedy Race is thorough and fair. The cars are going faster than ever, and keeping the racing close is the objective.

 

This pits are buzzing with wrenching and theories on how to shave fractions of time off laps.

This pits are buzzing with wrenching and theories on how to shave fractions of time off laps.

 

The Sweep EXP EVO-R 36 was once again chosen as the control tire for the event. This tire has been used since the event was relocated to the Tamiya Raceway in 2014. This specific premounted tire went through extensive testing to ensure that it provided consistent performance with good traction, and was at an affordable price for everyone. Since the tire’s use years ago, it has really been holding up to a lot of conditions including different levels of temperature, and continues to perform in spite of an asphalt surface that’s shown a high level of wear or when it was freshly slurry sealed. As per the rules, each paid entrant receives one set of marked and numbered tires, and only allowed an additional three sets for use for qualifying and triple a-mains. There is no limit to the number of tires a driver may purchase for practice, but tires used during controlled practice seeding rounds must be marked tires purchased at the event.

 

Paragon FXII is the control traction sauce and used along with the Sweep EXP EVO-R 36 control tire. Invite drivers must turn in their tires in to the impound area between rounds.

Paragon FXII is the control traction sauce and used along with the Sweep EXP EVO-R 36 control tire. Invite drivers must turn in their tires in to the impound area between rounds.

 

The Invitational Class is gridded up in anticipation for one of their heads-up racing rounds.

The Invitational Class is gridded up in anticipation for one of their heads-up racing rounds.

 

RC Car Action’s 2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage is brought to you by Team Associated

2017 Reedy TC Race: Racing is Under Way

2017 Reedy TC Race: Racing is Under Way

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The 20th edition of the Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions is going on right now at the legendary Tamiya Raceway in Aliso Viejo, California and continues its reputation as one of the most prestigious and coveted events on the racing calendar for electric touring cars. Initially conceived and started by legendary motor guru Mike Reedy to celebrate his birthday, the event is highlighted by its unique racing format for the Invitational Class that includes some of the best drivers in the world. There’s nothing quite like watching these elite drivers duke it out over twelve rounds to establish an overall winner with everyone getting a chance to start from various spots on the grid.

Last year’s winner Ronald Volker/Yokomo put in a dominating performance to capture his 3rd title, but with drivers like Bruno Coelho/XRAY, Marc Rheinard/Infinity, and even Ryan Cavalieri/Team Associated with his home turf advantage, things are already shaping up for an amazing event. Stay tuned, this is going to be a good one.

The 2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions is under way at the famous Tamiya Raceway in Aliso, California.

The 2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions is under way at the famous Tamiya Raceway in Aliso, California.

 

Infinity’s Marc Rheinard is at the event showing his trademark smooth driving style and hoping to win a record setting 6 titles.

Infinity’s Marc Rheinard is at the event showing his trademark smooth driving style and hoping to win a record setting 6 titles.

 

Team Associated’s Ryan Cavalieri may be better known for his off-road skills, but his speed at Tamiya Raceway should put him in the mix with the top drivers.

Team Associated’s Ryan Cavalieri may be better known for his off-road skills, but his speed at Tamiya Raceway should put him in the mix with the top drivers.

 

Yokomo’s Ronald Volker took the 2016 title and is hoping to earn his 4th title this year.

Yokomo’s Ronald Volker took the 2016 title and is hoping to earn his 4th title this year.

 

RC Car Action’s 2017 Reedy Touring Car Race of Champions coverage is brought to you by Team Associated

AMain’s Memorial Day Sale

AMain’s Memorial Day Sale

From AMain Hobbies:

Save all weekend long in AMain Performance Hobbies’ Annual Memorial Day Sale Friday, May 26, at 12:00 a.m. PST through Monday, May 29, at 11:59 p.m. PST. Celebrate the holiday weekend the RC way!

Grab what you’ve always wanted and save 10% off your entire order. All customers who use coupon code* MEM102017 during the checkout process will save 10% off of their entire purchase. The coupon code can only be used once, so make sure you grab everything you need.

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Ultimate Lightning McQueen RC Car [VIDEO]

Ultimate Lightning McQueen RC Car [VIDEO]

 

From Sphero:

This. Is. Lightning McQueen.

Disney•Pixar’s Ultimate Lightning McQueen is the top of the line racer packed with personality. With animated eyes, an animatronic mouth, and emotive suspension, experience Lightning like never before.

A seven-time Piston Cup Champion, Ultimate Lightning McQueen was born to race. Connect to the app, hit the gas, and see Lightning respond to your commands with his personality on display, thanks to emotive actions and speech. Watch him lean into hairpin turns and drift like a pro.

When you’re not driving and drifting with Lightning, sharpen your pit crew skills in Pit Stop Panic, create scripts for Lightning to perform in his next Rust-eze spot in the Acting Studio, or kick back and relax by watching Disney•Pixar’s Cars with Lightning while he reacts to the movie.

Features:

  • Free Drive – Slide your finger on the driving pad to guide Lightning… he’ll go wherever you push the joystick, drift, do donuts, and even react to his expert racing moves.
  • Pit Stop Panic – Train hard and join the pit crew. Lightning coaches you as you race the clock changing tires, fueling up, and getting racers back on the track.
  • Acting Studio – Direct Lightning McQueen as he prepares to be on camera. Create scripts with your favorite phrases and actions for him to perform.
  • Drive-In – Watch Disney•Pixar’s Cars with Lightning and watch him react to the movie. Select this option with Lightning plugged in to charge, start the movie, and hear all he has to say.

What’s in the Box:

  • Ultimate Lightning McQueen
  • Wall Charging Cable
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Legal Guide
  • Wall Adapters based on Region

Tech Specs:

iOS & Android compatible
30 meter range
Bluetooth™ Smart v4.0
40 minute battery life
Free App: Ultimate Lightning McQueen powered by Sphero available through iTunes or Google Play Store
Speed up to 6 MPH
1 Hour Charge Time
Height: 3.23in./8.2cm – Length: 9.91in./25.1cm – Width: 5.0in./12.7cm – Weight: 1.98 lbs./916g

Please note: if you purchase an Ultimate Lightning McQueen and take it outside the United States or Canada, a voltage converter may be needed. Please do not plug the unit in unless you receive an international power adapter directly from Sphero or a voltage converter is in place. Contact support@sphero.com for your adapter
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Schumacher CAT XLS Masami Iconic RC Car [VIDEO]

Schumacher CAT XLS Masami Iconic RC Car [VIDEO]

From Schumacher:
The Schumacher CAT revolutionized off road racing when it was introduced in 1986, being years ahead of the competition.

It became an international success winning British, European, Japanese, Australian, and American championships.

It was updated with a longer wheelbase and Masami Hirosaka went on to win the 1987 1/10th 4WD IFMAR World Championships in Romsey, England.

We are now excited to offer this iconic replica of the car that Masami used to win the first of his many World Championships, and put Schumacher Racing on the map as a leading RC car manufacturer.
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