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Latest News: 2007 Novarossi GP Update (1425 Reads)
Posted by admin on Wednesday, August 08, 2007 - 03:46 PM
 

Novarossi GP 2007

The latest entry's for the 2007 Novarossi Gp from Sweden we have:

Robert Gustavsson

Henrik Nilsson

Novarossi GP 2007

In association with Horizon Hobbies UK, Team Losi, Novarossi, Panther, Ko Propo and Piraterc

Competitor Listing

Entry Form


 

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Latest News: XRAY XB8EC Chassis Flex Tech Tip (1025 Reads)
Posted by admin on Wednesday, August 08, 2007 - 03:10 AM
 

Xray Buggy

The XB8EC chassis is manufactured from premium Swiss 7075 T6 and is hardcoated on XRAY‘s own fully-automatic state-of-the-art robotic hardcoating line.

Some XB8EC drivers who were used to the XB8TQ may feel that the chassis is softer,
but please note that the XB8EC chassis is not softer but rather it is more flexible due to the use of composite braces both front and rear. The XB8TQ included both composite and aluminum braces and experience has shown us that most customers
installed the aluminum braces; this made the XB8TQ chassis flex less and in most
racing conditions where a more flexible chassis was required the XB8TQ did not
have sufficient traction. For this reason XRAY decided to include only the composite
braces in the XB8EC kit, which can be used in most standard racing conditions as
they provide more chassis flex, making the car easier to drive.

Source : Team Xray


 

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Latest News: BRCA National Championship Top 10 Standings After 4 Rounds (1020 Reads)
Posted by admin on Monday, August 06, 2007 - 01:50 PM
 

BRCA

National Championship Top 10 Standings After 4 Rounds

Pos

Name

Car Make

Model

Engine

Score

Rnd 1

Rnd 2

Rnd 3

Rnd 4

Rnd 5

Rnd 6

Rnd 7

Rnd 8

1
Neil Cragg
Associated
RC8
RB
370
96
83
96
95
-
-
-
-
2
Jon Hazlewood
Xray
XB8
OS
359
91
95
93
80
-
-
-
-
3
Karl Jackson
Kyosho
777
Sirio
359
93
91
82
93
-
-
-
-
4
David Crompton
Hobao
Hyper 8
RB
357
90
93
92
82
-
-
-
-
5
Jamie Booth
Hong Nor
XICR-Pro
GO
349
85
88
87
89
-
-
-
-
6
Dave Bailey
Hobao
Hyper 8
RB
335
74
79
91
91
-
-
-
-
7
Stewart Wilcox
Losi
8ight
NovaRossi
333
87
78
83
85
-
-
-
-
8
Simon Willetts
Hong Nor
XICR-Pro
GO
328
86
70
85
87
-
-
-
-
9
Elliott Boots
Kyosho
777
RB
323
79
81
71
92
-
-
-
-
10
David Spashett
Sportwerks
Turmoil
Dynamite
322
71
90
75
86
-
-
-
-

Source and full standings after 4 rounds : BRCA


 

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Race Reports: Cragg and AE RC8 continue good form (979 Reads)
Posted by admin on Monday, August 06, 2007 - 01:47 PM
 

CML Distribution

Cragg and AE RC8 continue good form.

The re-scheduled round 4 of the BRCA 1/8 off road series, was held at Pendle over the weekend. Qualifying saw David Crompton take a comfortable pole position with his RB powered Hyper 8.5 Pro UK with Neils RB powered RC8 in second.

The main final saw David take an early lead from Simon Willets after Neil made a small error which dropped him behind Simon. At about the 5 minute mark Neil managed to get past Simon and then set about trying to catch David. Over the next 10 minutes or so Neil chased very hard and managed to get the gap down to about 2 seconds when David had a throttle servo failure. A very unfortunate end to what was shaping up to be a tremendous battle. After David's retirement Neil dropped into a cruise mode as he had about a 30 second lead which he maintained to the flag to take his the 3rd win of the season with the as yet unreleased Associated RC8.
Elliot Boots piloted his RB/Proline/Byron sponsored car into 3rd.
Both David and Neil were using Proline Bowtie M2 tyres.

Meeting Result for top 14 Link below to full BRCA results for this meeting

1
2
Neil Cragg
39/30m 29.39
Associated
RC8
RB
2
4
Karl Jackson
38/30m 12.49
Kyosho
777
Sirio
3
5
Elliott Boots
38/30m 18.87
Kyosho
777
RB
4
6
Dave Bailey
38/30m 35.24
Hobao
Hyper 8
RB
5
8
Steven Johnson
37/30m 5.45
Losi
8ight
NovaRossi
6
7
Jamie Booth
37/30m 14.09
Hong Nor
XICR-Pro
GO
7
11
Mike Cradock
37/30m 17.74
Kyosho
777
Sirio
8
3
Simon Willetts
37/30m 23.28
Hong Nor
XICR-Pro
GO
9
14
David Spashett
37/30m 30.86
Sportwerks
Turmoil
Dynamite
10
13
Stewart Wilcox
37/30m 37.42
Losi
8ight
NovaRossi
11
9
Ed Kerry
37/30m 48.00
Losi
8ight
NovaRossi
12
10
Matthew Perry
36/30m 27.49
Losi
8ight
RB
13
12
Tom Reynolds
23/19m 5.68
Hong Nor
XICR-Pro
GO
14
1
David Crompton
19/14m 20.64
Hobao
Hyper 8
RB

 

Source CML & BRCA


 

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Buggy's: HB Lightning 2 Pro-Evo (2056 Reads)
Posted by swebb on Monday, August 06, 2007 - 04:26 AM
 

hotbodies



 

The Lightning 2 Pro Evo is the culmination of a design effort between international 1/8th rallycross buggy racers and designers over the past several years. It features top-level racing features combined with a friendly, easy to use foundation that is durable and engineered to last! Experienced racers know that 'To finish first, first you must finish', and the latest Hot Bodies rallycross buggy is designed to work well in all conditions and be tough enough to take the punishment of today's biggest rallycross challenges!

 

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