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Pirani & Balboni win at Trofeo Novarossi

The 2019 Trofeo Novarossi was held at the Mini Autodromo Jody Scheckter in Fiorano this past weekend. In 1/8th IC Track it was Shepherd’s Andrea Pirani with the win in front of ARC driver Marco Bianchi in 2nd and Shepherd’s Mattia Collavo who completed the podium in 3rd position. Over in 1/10th 200mm Touring it was Alessandro Balboni (Shepherd) with the win in front of Valerio Righi (Capricorn) and David Loppini (WRC) in 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Source: Shepherd [team-shepherd.com]

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Jason Nugroho wins Indonesia Buggy Nationals Rd2

The 2nd round of the Indonesia Buggy Nationals was held last weekend at the Banana RC Track, Batam Island with a total of 25 drivers having attended the event. The race format was six rounds of 10-minute qualifying with the four best to count. In the end it was Jason Nugroho (HB Racing/Ninja) with the overall TQ honours and he also came out on top in the 60-minute A-main event, leaving behind Adrian Wicaksono (Mugen/Ninja) and John Agus (Kyosho/O.S.) in 2nd and 3rd respectively.

Final results:
1. Jason Nugroho – HB Racing/Ninja
2. Adrian Wicaksono – Mugen/Ninja
3. John Agus – Kyosho/O.S.
4. Ray Timothy – Kyosho/O.S.
5. Rama Danindro – Kyosho/O.S.
6. Arya S – Mugen/Ninja
7. Rizky Pradana – Mugen/Ninja
8. Atek Jaya Wiguna – Mugen/Ninja
9. Asang Ho – Mugen/Ninja
10.Menk Chua – Mugen/Ninja
11.Herman S – Team Associated/O.S.
12.Asdy Narang – Mugen/O.S.
13.Yanuar – Kyosho/O.S.
14.Iyon – Mugen/O.S.
15.Agus Tay – HB Racing/O.S.

Thanks to Michael Nugroho for the report.

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Schumacher Atom 2 1/12th GT12 pan car

Schumacher have announced the soon release of their Atom 2 1/12th scale GT12 pan car. The all-new steel alloy chassis makes for a very low centre of gravity, excellent for maximum cornering speeds and the all-new slide pivot system is a low friction, bind free design that maximises rear traction while still offering an easier build and low maintenance. Based on the British Championship winning Atom the Atom 2 also hosts many other new features such as an adjustable LiPo position, floating servo mount, a lightweight pod assembly, a hub carrier design with improved geometry giving faster cornering with no compromise to drivability as well as a thread insert design making work on the car much quicker and simpler. The car, that will become available in a carbon fibre and S2 fibre glass variant – both featuring the steel alloy chassis – will become available by the end of September.

New features:
– Steel chassis providing both an ultra-low Centre of Gravity and ideal flexibility for maximum drivability and cornering agility
– Centre pivot design. Much easier build and maintenance, with a new bind free design
– Adjustable LiPo position for weight distribution tuning. (4 equally spaced options)
– Slotted floating servo mount, for easier servo fitment and improved flex
– Easy body shell height adjustment
– Easy front ride height adjustment
– Tweak free and easy LiPo mounting using O-ring fixing
– Lightweight pod assembly for smoother, more predictable drivability and bump handling
– Lightweight Low Centre of Gravity CNC alloy motor mounts
– Rear ride height adjusters, easier adjustment and 0.25mm height increments
– Side link design giving easier build process and maintenance. New longer design to reduce length change in roll
– Hub carrier design with improved geometry giving faster cornering with no compromise to drivability
– Ceramic coated kingpins with new layout for silky smooth suspension action
– Optional, much simplified front camber and caster adjustment
– Lightweight front foam bumper supporting wider and modern range of bodies
– 64T 48dp Kimbrough high efficiency spur as standard (options available)
– Range Of optional colour coded front springs
– Steering lock stops to accurately control the inside wheel lock
– Revised Body Mounting position for Improved Handling and body shell support
– Thread insert design making work on the car much quicker and simpler

Source: Schumacher [racing-cars.com]

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Capricorn TE04 MDM chassis conversion kit

Coming from Capricorn and made for their TE04 electric touring car is the MDM mid motor chassis conversion kit. Moving the layshaft and motor to the middle of the chassis, the update neutralises the weight distribution and balance in the car. With the latest generation body shells now providing a lot of steering and downforce, the MDM conversion makes the TEO4 more easy to drive over the duration of a run while corner speed and flow between corners is also greatly improved. The conversion features equal length front and rear belts, making for a more balanced throttle response on and off power. The chassis conversion is compatible with standard and short size LiPo batteries, allowing drivers to experiment with the weight distribution and electric layout in the car to suit their needs. This conversion is recommended for medium to large outdoor and indoor tracks. For drivers who are racing on carpet tracks or high traction asphalt tracks, a new aluminium chassis is also available.

Source: Capricorn [capricornrc.com]

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Sharpe-Simkiss wins at PDMCC Summer Series Rd8

Round 8 of the PDMCC HB Racing Summer Series was held this past weekend. In the 22-minute Nitro Buggy A-final it was top qualifier, Chris Sharpe-Simkiss (SWorkz) with the win from Allan Ward (HB Racing) some eleven seconds behind. Vincenzo Zuccarelli (Mugen) would complete the top 3 podium result a lap down.

Source: BRCA [brca.org]

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Klinik RC B74 carbon fibre bellcrank steering arm

Klinik RC have introduced a reinforced carbon fibre bellcrank steering arm for the Team Associated B74 buggy. Machined from high-quality 3mm carbon fibre the arm is 0.5mm thicker than the standard part for improved durability and crash resistance. It is a direct fit and understood to match the stock steering geometry.

Source: Klinik RC [klinikrc.com]

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Zen Racing 1/12th scale carbon aero discs

Coming from Zen Racing are new carbon fibre aero discs for 1/12th scale pan car wheels. Made from 0.5mm carbon these aero discs are designed to reduce air turbulence for increased efficiency and stability at speeds. The front discs are 33.4mm in diameter while the rear ones are 34.5mm diameter. They are sold as a pack of four, two front and two rear.

Source: Zen Racing [zen-racing.co.uk]

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Jackie Shum wins at Team Powers Cup Rd2

The second round of the 2019 Team Powers Cup was held at the Hong Kong based PYC track recently. In the Touring Modified class it was Yokomo/LRP’s Jackie Shum with the overall TQ and win from 2nd place qualifier, Fong King (Yokomo/Team Powers). PC Boy (ARC/Hobbywing) came in 3rd to round out the podium in front of Xray/Hobbywing’s Barry Wu and Destiny/Team Powers driver, Top Man.

Source: Team Powers [team-powers.com]

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Kyle Branson wins at BRCA 1/10th IC Nats Rd7

Round 7 of the BRCA 1/10th IC National Series was held at the Cotswold track over the weekend. Capricorn’s Kyle Branson was in control of things, taking the overall TQ and also coming out on top in the 30-minute A-main event, a lap in front of new Capricorn teammate and 2nd place qualifier, Alex Thurston. Some eight laps behind the two, to was Capricorn’s Joe Kerry who would round out the top 3 result.

Image: Alex Thurston

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Ogden & Bornhorst win at 2019 Southern Nationals

The 2019 Southern Nationals were held in West Monroe, Louisiana this past weekend, attracting 400 entries for the usual mix of nitro and electric 1/8th off-road classes. In the premier Pro Nitro Buggy class it was Tekno RC’s Joe Bornhorst with the overall TQ from HB Racing’s Cole Ogden in 2nd place after the qualifiers. The 45-minute A-main event then saw Cole taking the win some two laps in front of HB Racing’s Spencer Heckert as Joe Bornhorst had to settle for 3rd overall, another 18.5 seconds down. Tyler Hooks and Dillon Caldwell came in 4th and 5th respectively.

Over in Pro Nitro Truggy it was Cole Ogden with the overall TQ but 3rd place qualifier, Joe Bornhorst would take the win with a 1-lap margin in the 45-minute A-main from Cole in 2nd and Team Associated’s Evan Vail in 3rd. Tyler Hooks came in 4th from Kody Watson in 5th.

Images: Tyler Hooks

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Fabio Ramos wins at Portuguese 200mm Nats Rd5

The fifth and final round of the Portuguese IC Track Nationals was held at the Radiomodelismo do Porto club over the weekend. In the 1/10th 200mm Nitro Touring class it was Fabio Ramos with the overall win after a very challenging A—main final from Jose Pequito in 2nd. Paulo Mota would round out the top 3 podium result.

Source: Maxima Mx [facebook.com]

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Samix Enduro rear aluminium shock plate

Coming from Samix are the new rear aluminium shock plates for the Element RC Enduro trail truck. Machined from high-quality aluminium and coming anodised in black or gun metal colour for wear and looks, the shock stays offer increased rigidity as well as six different shock mounting locations, allowing to fine-tune the suspension setup to the driver’s liking. The parts come with laser-etched Samix logos and all needed hardware, such as aluminium shock standoffs.

Source: Samix [rcsamix.com]

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Jon Hazlewood takes EFRA 40+ Nitro Buggy title

The 2019 EFRA 40+ 1/8th Nitro Buggy European Championship was held at the LA Speedway in Landshut, Southern Germany this past weekend. After the four rounds of qualifying it was Simon Reeves with the overall TQ from his fellow countrymen Jon Hazlewood and Simon Willets. Peter Harder from Denmark came in 4th as Daniel Reckward and Andreas Bartels from Germany completed the top 6 results for now. The semifinal B then saw Jon taking the win while in the semi A it was Simon Willets with the fastest time as top qualifier, Simon Reeves only came in 10th, meaning he would not earn a spot in the 45-minute A-main event. The latter was a very close affair and was ultimately won by Agama’s Jon Hazlewood who left behind Mugen’s Stephane Deroch from France, only 2.6 seconds behind. Xray’s Peter Harder came in 3rd, only 0.5 seconds behind Stephane.

Final results:
1. Jon Hazlewood – 65L 45:36.822
2. Stéphane Deroch – 65L 45:39.429
3. Peter Harder – 65L 45:39.960
4. Andreas Bartels – 64L 45:02.710
5. Mikael Svensson – 64L 45:14.016
6. Daniel Reckward – 63L 45:03.807
7. Robert Hart – 63L 45:27.445
8. Rune Karlsen – 63L 45:38.206
9. Guido Erler – 63L 45:40.838
10.Robert Hillman – 62L 45:05.415
11.Marc Heim – 61L 45:30.834
12.Robert Gustafsson – 59L 45:17.299
13.Simon Willets,– 52L 36:55.150

Image: Nemo Racing [nemoracing.com]

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Avid B74 -2mm rear carbon fibre shock tower

Avid have introduced a rear carbon fibre shock tower in -2mm configuration for the Team Associated B74 buggy. The shock stay is made from 100 percent carbon fibre and designed to limit the shock up travel to keep the dogbone from hitting the outdrives at full compression. It is machined from 4.0mm thick carbon fibre, matches the stock shock angles and has two small drill holes under the centre hole of the wing mount for notification.

Source: Avid [avidrc.com]

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Samix Enduro aluminium front shock plate

Samix have introduced aluminium front shock mounting plates for the Element RC Enduro trail trucks. Machined from high-quality material and coming anodised for looks and wear, the shock stays incorporate six different shock mounting locations while laser-etched Samix logos and machined silver edge details make the parts stand out. The sets also include a cantilever link mount bracket and they are available in black and gun metal colour.

Source: Samix [rcsamix.com]

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Portuguese Electric On-road Nationals Rd5 – Report

The 5th and final round of the Portuguese Electric On-road Nationals was held at the AAC track in Coimbra last weekend. In the Touring Car class it was Serpent’s Hugo Miguel with the overall TQ after sweeping the qualifiers by taking all rounds. A1 then was all smooth sailing for Hugo who controlled the race up front, racing on new rubber. A2 was a different affair though. With the other drivers now on new rubber and Hugo running on used tyres, he lacked traction in the opening stages and got into more trouble when he was hit from behind, meaning the decision for the win would be shifted to A3. The final A-main then was a 3-horse battle between Hugo, Mario Miranda (Xray) and Carlos Manuel (Capricorn). After a thrilling race it was Hugo with the win that also meant the overall championship title for him.

Over in Formula, that attracted nine entries, it was Paulo Bartolo with the TQ in two rounds of qualifying, meaning the pole position for the A-main finals followed by Daniel Lima and Luis Simoes. The finals were once again stuffed with super-close fighting. Ultimately Bartolo (Serpent) won the first and second leg of the finals for an early overall victory from Luís Simoes (Xray) and Daniel Lima (Serpent). With this result, Paulo Bartolo also took the overall win in the Formula Cup.

Thanks to Hugo Miguel for the report.

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