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Losi Sweeps Stock Nats JUNE 2001

Losi Sweeps Stock Nats JUNE 2001

Drivers from all over gathered at CRCRC Raceway in Columbus, OH, for the 2001 ROAR Off-Road Stock Nationals. Many new and talented drivers ran in all five classes, but when the dust settled after the Mains, the Losi crew and drivers came out on top. Drew Loftus took the Junior buggy class, Torry Hadley won in the Masters truck division, Jason Ladow took top honors in the Stock Buggy class, Eric Clark won Stock Truck and Jonathan Noon completed Losi's winning streak by taking the victory in four-wheel drive. Congratulations to the participants, the winners and the track officials on a well-run, exciting race. Stay tuned to a future issue of Radio Control Car Action for an in-depth race report.
Young Guns Dominate Cactus Classic

Young Guns Dominate Cactus Classic

Team Associated driver Jared Tebo took the win in the 2WD Mod class at the Pro-Line/RC Car Action Cactus Classic in Scottsdale, AZ, which proves the well-known nitro specialist is an equally talented electric racer. Team Trinity's Ryan Cavalieri won Mod Truck, while Ryan Mayfield finished first in 4WD with his J-Concepts buggy. What do these three drivers have in common? They’re all 19 years old or younger.

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Young Guns Dominate Cactus Classic

Young Guns Dominate Cactus Classic

Team Associated driver Jared Tebo took the win in the 2WD Mod class at the Pro-Line/RC Car Action Cactus Classic in Scottsdale, AZ, which proves the well-known nitro specialist is an equally talented electric racer. Team Trinity's Ryan Cavalieri won Mod Truck, while Ryan Mayfield finished first in 4WD with his J-Concepts buggy. What do these three drivers have in common? They’re all 19 years old or younger.

Click Here for more information and feedback on this topic at the RC Zone forum.
Young Guns Dominate Cactus Classic

Young Guns Dominate Cactus Classic

Team Associated driver Jared Tebo took the win in the 2WD Mod class at the Pro-Line/RC Car Action Cactus Classic in Scottsdale, AZ, which proves the well-known nitro specialist is an equally talented electric racer. Team Trinity's Ryan Cavalieri won Mod Truck, while Ryan Mayfield finished first in 4WD with his J-Concepts buggy. What do these three drivers have in common? They’re all 19 years old or younger.

Click Here for more information and feedback on this topic at the RC Zone forum.

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Peak Racing Powers Pavidis

Peak Racing Powers Pavidis

Longtime Associated driver Mark Pavidis made news when he announced he would run exclusively for Team Kyosho earlier this year, and now he's made a power switch as well. For 2005, Mark will be running Peak Racing Vantage modified motors and PowerFlo Voltage Enhanced batteries in all his electric Kyosho machines, and Blitz 1400 receiver packs in his nitro rides. Looks like Mark also scored a sweet sweatshirt and hat outta the deal too.
Peak Racing Powers Pavidis

Peak Racing Powers Pavidis

Longtime Associated driver Mark Pavidis made news when he announced he would run exclusively for Team Kyosho earlier this year, and now he's made a power switch as well. For 2005, Mark will be running Peak Racing Vantage modified motors and PowerFlo Voltage Enhanced batteries in all his electric Kyosho machines, and Blitz 1400 receiver packs in his nitro rides. Looks like Mark also scored a sweet sweatshirt and hat outta the deal too.

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Peak Racing Powers Pavidis

Peak Racing Powers Pavidis

Longtime Associated driver Mark Pavidis made news when he announced he would run exclusively for Team Kyosho earlier this year, and now he's made a power switch as well. For 2005, Mark will be running Peak Racing Vantage modified motors and PowerFlo Voltage Enhanced batteries in all his electric Kyosho machines, and Blitz 1400 receiver packs in his nitro rides. Looks like Mark also scored a sweet sweatshirt and hat outta the deal too.
Tebo and Bradley get it done at The Dirt

Tebo and Bradley get it done at The Dirt

Team Associated/Kyosho/O’Donnell ace Jared “The Kid” Tebo (who just turned 18 this past weekend) won both the 1/10-scale and 1/8-scale pro classes at The Dirt Nitro Challenge.
In the Unlimited Monster Truck class, Mugen’s Chad Bradley TQ’d and won with the new Mugen MBX5-T truggy, which will be offered as a conversion kit for the MBX-5 buggy.
Tebo was top qualifier in 1/10-scale and managed to break away from an early battle with Team Trinity/Losi’s Adam Drake. In 1/8-scale, Jared put in a valiant effort late in the race to pass Kyosho/Peak driver Mark Pavidis with just a couple minutes remaining in the race. Eight-scale TQ Ryan Cavalieri passed Pavidis with seconds remaining to grab second.
While Bradley TQ’d and won the monster truck class, Matt Gosch put in a strong showing taking second place earning him a100% Pro-Line ride—and did we mention he’s just 13 years old?. Mugen’s Jason Ashton (also running an MBX5-T) was on fire, and bumped all the way up from the G-main (the lowest Main for monster trucks) to take home third place. Ashton even led part of the A-main despite being 12th on the grid for the start of the race.

1/8-scale Pro
•1st Jared Tebo Kyosho MP-777
•2nd Ryan Cavalieri(TQ) Kyosho MP-777
•3rd Mark Pavidis Kyosho MP-777

1/10-scale Pro
•1st Jared Tebo (TQ) Team Associated GT
•2nd Adam DrakeTeam Losi Triple X-NT AD2
•3rd Jeremy Kortz Team Associated GT

Unlimited Monster Truck
•1st Chad Bradley (TQ) Mugen MBX5-T
•2nd Matt Gosch Hot Bodies Lighting Pro
•3rd Jason Ashton Mugen MBX5-T






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Tebo and Bradley get it done at The Dirt

Tebo and Bradley get it done at The Dirt

Team Associated/Kyosho/O’Donnell ace Jared “The Kid” Tebo (who just turned 18 this past weekend) won both the 1/10-scale and 1/8-scale pro classes at The Dirt Nitro Challenge.
In the Unlimited Monster Truck class, Mugen’s Chad Bradley TQ’d and won with the new Mugen MBX5-T truggy, which will be offered as a conversion kit for the MBX-5 buggy.
Tebo was top qualifier in 1/10-scale and managed to break away from an early battle with Team Trinity/Losi’s Adam Drake. In 1/8-scale, Jared put in a valiant effort late in the race to pass Kyosho/Peak driver Mark Pavidis with just a couple minutes remaining in the race. Eight-scale TQ Ryan Cavalieri passed Pavidis with seconds remaining to grab second.
While Bradley TQ’d and won the monster truck class, Matt Gosch put in a strong showing taking second place earning him a100% Pro-Line ride—and did we mention he’s just 13 years old?. Mugen’s Jason Ashton (also running an MBX5-T) was on fire, and bumped all the way up from the G-main (the lowest Main for monster trucks) to take home third place. Ashton even led part of the A-main despite being 12th on the grid for the start of the race.

1/8-scale Pro
•1st Jared Tebo Kyosho MP-777
•2nd Ryan Cavalieri(TQ) Kyosho MP-777
•3rd Mark Pavidis Kyosho MP-777

1/10-scale Pro
•1st Jared Tebo (TQ) Team Associated GT
•2nd Adam DrakeTeam Losi Triple X-NT AD2
•3rd Jeremy Kortz Team Associated GT

Unlimited Monster Truck
•1st Chad Bradley (TQ) Mugen MBX5-T
•2nd Matt Gosch Hot Bodies Lighting Pro
•3rd Jason Ashton Mugen MBX5-T






Tebo and Bradley get it done at The Dirt

Team Associated/Kyosho/O’Donnell ace Jared “The Kid” Tebo (who just turned 18 this past weekend) won both the 1/10-scale and 1/8-scale pro classes at The Dirt Nitro Challenge.
In the Unlimited Monster Truck class, Mugen’s Chad Bradley TQ’d and won with the new Mugen MBX5-T truggy, which will be offered as a conversion kit for the MBX-5 buggy.
Tebo was top qualifier in 1/10-scale and managed to break away from an early battle with Team Trinity/Losi’s Adam Drake. In 1/8-scale, Jared put in a valiant effort late in the race to pass Kyosho/Peak driver Mark Pavidis with just a couple minutes remaining in the race. Eight-scale TQ Ryan Cavalieri passed Pavidis with seconds remaining to grab second.
While Bradley TQ’d and won the monster truck class, Matt Gosch put in a strong showing taking second place earning him a100% Pro-Line ride—and did we mention he’s just 13 years old?. Mugen’s Jason Ashton (also running an MBX5-T) was on fire, and bumped all the way up from the G-main (the lowest Main for monster trucks) to take home third place. Ashton even led part of the A-main despite being 12th on the grid for the start of the race.

1/8-scale Pro
•1st Jared Tebo Kyosho MP-777
•2nd Ryan Cavalieri(TQ) Kyosho MP-777
•3rd Mark Pavidis Kyosho MP-777

1/10-scale Pro
•1st Jared Tebo (TQ) Team Associated GT
•2nd Adam DrakeTeam Losi Triple X-NT AD2
•3rd Jeremy Kortz Team Associated GT

Unlimited Monster Truck
•1st Chad Bradley (TQ) Mugen MBX5-T
•2nd Matt Gosch Hot Bodies Lighting Pro
•3rd Jason Ashton Mugen MBX5-T






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Ryan Cavaleri wins IFMAR title for Losi

Ryan Cavaleri wins IFMAR title for Losi

Team Losi Triple-X Graphite Plus buggies
dominate A-Main
It's official: Team Losi's Ryan Cavalieri is the new IFMAR 4WD World Champion! With wins in the first and third A-Mains, Cavalieri sewed up another 4WD title for the Losi guys. Top Qualifier Brian Kinwald finished second, and Mike Truhe rolled into third. All three drove Team Losi Triple-X4 Graphite Plus buggies, as did six of the other Main-makers. Associated's Billy Easton was the only driver not wheeling a Losi (he ran Yokomo's new MR4-BC Special to finish 8th overall). Click here for results courtesy of Team Losi, and click here more info at the Team Losi site! Click here to read how A-Main 3 went down!
Ryan Cavaleri wins IFMAR title for Losi

Ryan Cavaleri wins IFMAR title for Losi

Team Losi Triple-X Graphite Plus buggies
dominate A-Main
It's official: Team Losi's Ryan Cavalieri is the new IFMAR 4WD World Champion! With wins in the first and third A-Mains, Cavalieri sewed up another 4WD title for the Losi guys. Top Qualifier Brian Kinwald finished second, and Mike Truhe rolled into third. All three drove Team Losi Triple-X4 Graphite Plus buggies, as did six of the other Main-makers. Associated's Billy Easton was the only driver not wheeling a Losi (he ran Yokomo's new MR4-BC Special to finish 8th overall). Click here for results courtesy of Team Losi, and click here more info at the Team Losi site! Click here to read how A-Main 3 went down!
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