Well, EFRA GP is already in the books. Despite, it was a little frustrating when I ran out of fuel when I was 2nd and just the straight was missing for the finish line, Iím very happy with a final 3rd position and to be on the podium with 2 bigs of RC.
The 2019 Dirt Nitro challenge this year was set to receive a new home in Perris, California. The Perris County Fairgrounds, was excited to hold the event, and was even more excited to have it as a staple in their yearly events moving into the future. With Joey and his Dirt Crew they basically had to build the drivers stand, bring in the dirt, pipes, stakes, as well as all the shipping containers to provide the event. Thatís a pretty tall order, but, they were up for the challenge. The event itself was attended by some of the biggest names racing RC cars as well as just about every single manufacturer...
Alexander Stockler wins Marka Racing Trophy!
The Serpent Project 4X PRO is a logical evolution over the 4X EVO. it shares all features of the 4x evo including the same easy to build and setup shock system and fixed-length pullrods, while the vertical topdeck is replaced by a horizontal topdeck for more aggressive steering on high grip surfaces and the rear suspension is heavily modified with much longer arms and a different geometry to create more steering and widen the setup window on medium to high grip asphalt. For maximum rear stability and steering precision which is needed in stock classes, there is a fixed-toe rear wheelcarrier included...
1/10 Regionals in the books.
December 22nd we headed out to famous Mills Pond R.C. track where we were provided a perfect surface for racing.
Justin Fales took the win in 4 wheel mod and 2 wheel mod. The struggle was real trying to adapt from what was a loose track Friday to the high bite surface Saturday. But by the end of round one qaulies we had a good handle on it and was able to put power back into the Serpent cars to produce some needed speed.
Justin Fales attended Southern Indoor Championship in Alabama this weekend.
This past weekend i've made the trip to the south of France to attend to Montpellier GP warm-up race ! Track was in a good shape and on Saturday there was 2 rounds of practice and 4 rounds of qualifications.
My Serpent SRX8 improved each run after a couple of changes on the setup. The track is low grip and i had to make a few changes on the setup.
The 2019 CRCRCRC 1/8 Midwest Winter Champs has come to and end.I was able to TQ both Nitro Buggy & Truggy, and qualify 5th in Ebuggy.
I ran AKA Ultra-Soft Chainlinks on Ebuggy, Super-Soft Handlebars on Nitro Buggy, and Super-Soft Impacts on Nitro Truggy!
Nitro Buggy: This main was probably one of my best mains Iíve ever ran. From start to finish I only had one mistake. Me and my car were tuned in. Iíve been chasing this win particularly, and I finally got it! Being able to TQ & Win feels great!
EBuggy: In A1 I was able to work my way up to 3rd, which is where I would finish. In A2...
We arrived confidently in Denmark. Recent testing had shown that we had made some good progress with the 4x Evo. With the DHI cup carpet being a bit different to the usual ĄETS carpetď we were not 100% sure where we could finish.
At the beginning we struggled a little bit, but as prectice went on, we could find a good setup for this track.
In qualifying Dionys could qualify on 4th place, while David closely missed the A final, starting from 12.
Round 4 of The Force Series:
The track started out super slick Saturday morning. Then went to high bite big time. Did we qualify well? In Ebuggy, yes I would say. Started 2nd behind Billy Easton. Before the mains, according to the LiveRc list we would run starting at 5pm. So we changed sway bars, springs, hubs ect. We were traction rolling all afternoon. Then they did a couple of mains updates. Turned out we would start late in the night. Well as the temp dropped quick, so did the traction of the track. But using the new AKA P1 tire in soft compound the Ebuggy was decent and good enough the take...