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Travis Amezcua – Team Durango North American Technical Representative

 

Team Durango - Strengthening Local Support

As part of our recently announced strategy changes, we are very excited to announce the appointment of Travis Amezcua as our North American Technical Representative.

Travis is a long-serving Team Durango team member, racing a range of our products at the highest competitive level in the world. Travis will step into his new Team Durango role with immediate effect. Travis will be travelling from his SoCal base, around the US, bringing expert track-side support to local club racers and Team Durango fans.

An important part of our new strategy is to gather more information from local racers and communicate that across our network, to help develop our products in sympathy with exactly what you all need to continue winning. Travis will assist in this area, helping us gain a valuable insight into what is happening at your local track.



Travis Amezcua – Team Durango North American Technical Representative

Travis will work closely with our newly appointed, Champaign based, Hobbico Field Communications Manager, Brad Brucker, in the US. This new support team for Northern America will allow our fans to gain race-day support, whilst also feeding back important ideas and issues to our design engineers

Travis will also be scouting for new talent, in all racing classes, allowing us to build a base of local racers who will contribute to how we design new race machines.

Expect to see these guys travelling across the US to meet as many of you as they can at your local events.

Stay tuned for more news on how your local racing scene will benefit from regionally appointed Team Durango Trackside Representatives very soon.

 

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CML Distribution race report

 

CML/ Team Associated Greg Williams wind Round 3 at Schumacher Indoor Series



Last weekend was the 3rd round of the highly competitive Schumacher Indoor Series at Worksop. A specialist venue many would agree and a hot favourite with a host of National front runners. The cork floor provides unusual and varying levels of traction, depending on the temp and layout according to the regulars, and its always a difficult balance to get right. Understeer v's oversteer. Consistency v's outright pace.... This time it was young Greg Williams who proved triumphant with a solid and commanding final, taking the victory from 2nd on the grid in the 4WD Class with his Team Associated B44.3.

Greg was delighted with his pace and consistency and noticed a marked improvement with the new 44.3, commenting that the car was very easy to drive. Greg also used the new Reedy Black Box ESC and was delighted with its performance and his results in both classes.

Greg was using:
Team Associated B44.3
Reedy Black Box
Reedy Sonic 2 6.5
Reedy Saddle Race Batteries

Greg's winning B44.3 set-up is also up for those interested.



Greg has been simmering in the back ground and finding his feet over the past year and we are all delighted with his results this past weekend. All the hard work and effort has paid off. Greg has been picking up his pace for the past few months now with A finals in both 2 and 4WD at the CML Masters, a podium finish at the recent Silverstone Winter Series and now a stunning Worksop victory.

 

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Model Indoor OSS

Model Indoor OSS



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XB4’15 Virtual Set-Up Sheet

 

XB4’15 Virtual Set-Up Sheet



You can now upload, store, print and share your XB4'15 set-up online at XRAY Virtual Set-up Sheet Database http://forum.teamxray.com/xsheets.php The XRAY set-up sheet database is the world's largest collection of set-up sheets including set-up sheets from the XRAY factory team drivers. Be part of the team and share your set-up too.

 

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