Latest race news from Kyosho:Round 3 of the Electric Championship Tour (ECT) was hosted by Mike’s R/C World in Bellingham, WA.
The city of Bellingham is about as far north you can go while still being in the United States, located about 20 miles south of the Canadian border.
The track was open on Friday for practice, followed by Saturday for racing consisting of 2 qualifiers and triple A-Mains. There were a total of 167 entries for this event, making it the 2nd biggest turnout of the year so far. The ECT is an 8-race off-road series that visits 4 different tracks in the North-West over a 5 month period. The track layout was very technical with a hi-traction surface that allowed some racer to even run slicks. At the end of the day, it was Kyosho taking home 7 out of a possible 8 classes!
Pictured from Left to Right:
Andy DiBrino- Winner of the Stock Truck Class / Kyosho RT5
Brian Munn – Winner of the Super Stock Buggy Class / Kyosho RB5 SP
Joe Pillars – Winner of the 2WD Modified Buggy Class / Kyosho RB5 SP
Shaun Dunlap – Winner of the Modified Truck Class / Kyosho RT-5
Jesse Munn – Winner of the Super Stock 4WD Class / Kyosho Lazer ZX5 FS
Daniel Lee – Winner of the Stock Buggy Class / Kyosho RB5 SP
Daniel Lee – Winner of the Super Stock Truck Class / Kyosho RT5