Novak’s Kinetic Racing Brushless ESC Claims its First Win

Novak’s Kinetic Racing Brushless ESC Claims its First Win

Latest race news from Novak:

Novak’s new Kinetic Racing Brushless ESC made a bold statement at the Cactus Classic on March 19-21, 2010. Jeremy Fellas spearheaded the impressive Kinetic-powered finishes by earning the top qualifying honors in 2WD Stock (13.5) Buggy and 2WD Stock (13.5) Truck. He also received the overall win in both classes, winning two out of three of the triple A-Mains.

In the 2WD Truck Division, three other drivers powered their Kinetic’s to top finishes. Danny Stojackovic finished fourth overall and fifth overall in the 2WD Buggy Division. Kevin Smit finished sixth in 2WD Truck. Team Novak Driver Bill Koch, who used a Ballistic 17.5T Brushless Motor in the 13.5T Division, finished a remarkable seventh overall. Furthermore, Koch placed fifth overall in the 10.5T Division with a Ballistic 13.5T.

Of the seven Kinetic ESCs at the event, all seven were used to help these drivers race in the A-Mains.

Other Novak-powered ESCs and motors were featured in the A-Mains. Team Novak Driver Jeff Helms placed his Pro-2 entry seventh overall using a GTB ESC and Ballistic 10.5T. Mac Mitchell bumped up to the A-Final of Pro-2 using a Havoc Pro and Ballistic 10.5T; he finished eighth overall.

Thank you to all of the drivers who supported Novak, and congratulations to the Cactus winners!

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Trevor “Chilly” Duncan
Online News Editor
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Updated: December 21, 2010 — 2:52 PM
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