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Adam Drake from Mugen Seiki Racing under the hood - MBX7R Eco

 

Adam Drake from Mugen Seiki Racing under the hood - MBX7R Eco



 

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Marvin Fritschler switches to Team Graupner / Soar


 


Bombshell in the 1: 8 Buggy scene!



The most spectacular change in the still new season is perfect: Marvin Fritschler switches to Team Graupner / Soar!

The already with Graupner components equipped Marvin Fritschler managed to secure the title of German Champion.

Shortly after the race Marvin announced that he has found a new team! In the future Marvin will use the complete Graupner package, consisting of the Graupner / Soar 998 Buggies, the Colt HoTT transmitters, OS Engines and Titan fuel.

At the German Championship 1: 8 electric buggy in Bistensee Marvin will already use the Graupner / Soar 998 electric and attack at the top.

 

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Graupner race report


 

Max Hesse dominates both finals



Last weekend the second round took place at the German Championship in 1: 8 Nitro Buggy in Coesfeld.

We are pleased to have the new German Junior Champion in our team.

Max Hesse left everyone behind and reached first place. After the excellent results of the past weeks and months, Max now crowned his performance.

We are proud and look forward to the coming years with him.

Graupner / Soar Factory Driver Marcel Paul also reached a good position, he finished third in the youth class and rounded off a successful German Championship.

 

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Intech Racing race report

 

Intech's Marcel Gmünder takes 2nd on 6 SM OR8 in Morges!



 Intech-Racing Team Schweiz had a superb weekend in Morges on 6 SM running V8 OR. They raced at a dusty track in a hot weather. It was one of the exciting races they experienced. At 1/4 final, Intech’s Marcel loosed his wing and broke the rear differential. Fortunately, he was back to race soon and won one lap ahead of Huber Jean Marc due to the good pitstop work. In the main final, Marcel finished 2nd with the BR-6 2.0. The drivers on the podium in order are Daniel Favre, Marcel Gmünder and Huber Jean Marc.

1st Daniel Favre
2nd Marcel Gmünder
3rd Huber Jean Marc

 

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