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RC Racing TV S08 EP4



RC Racing TV S08 EP4 - EFRA 1/10th 4WD Off Road Euros 2013



 

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Pro-Line Racing race report

 


Randall Fraser finishes strong at 2014 Buggy Big-Uns Race



I had my brand new Keep Off that had just finished half a gallon of break in before the race. I got there with no race time on it.

The first qualifying, I had a flame-out as soon as I crossed the loop so my first lap was about 50-Seconds long compared to the average 33-Second qualifying time.

I dropped a nine lap run and that put me in the bottom of the A-Main. The third qual I ended up 6-Seconds faster than my second qual which pushed me farther up the grid in the A-Main.

My motor was fast and never overheated so, for the main I decided to lean it out, as I had been holding it back in the qualifying. When I did that, the motor had so much power it was unbelievable.

As the main started, my plan was to roll the inconsistent double double which was a smart choice as other racers decided to take it and crash. I then worked my way up to 4th, and then second. I was in second about 20-min into the 30-min main. Then my car started acting different I felt like I had no break and the car was not getting the full power it had before. Third place then caught up to me and I was able to hang out to third and not let anyone pass me as the car was still very hard to drive.

After the main I looked at my car and the hose to hold my filter down had broken, so the brake was caught up in it and was engaging without me being on the break so it was basically like me having drag brake.

I ran Pro-Line M3 Blockades the whole day, with the new Pro-Line Type-R body.

Thanks to all my sponsors. Hot Bodies/Novarossi/Pro-Line/Radiopost/Lucky 7,

 

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XRAY XB4 Lexan Rear Wings

 

XB4 Lexan Rear Wings


• 1.5mm and 2.0mm thick material
• higher reliability
• higher traction & stability
• increased lifespan
• set of 2pcs

Optional rear wings for XB4 & XB4 2WD. The 1.5mm/2.0mm thick material is highly reliable with less chance of breakage, while at the same time influencing the performance of the car as well. The thicker wings give higher traction and stability, but give reduced steering.

This thicker wings are made from the same mould as the standard wing, and as such show the molded part number 363510.

#363511 Lexan Rear Wing 1.5mm (2)
#363512 Lexan Rear Wing 2.0mm (2)

 

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World Champion Casey Stoner uses HUDY products

 

World Champion Casey Stoner uses HUDY products



HUDY is proud to announce that Casey Stoner, the motorbike World Champion, has decided to use the HUDY products exclusively.

Casey says: "Being a professional sportsmen learned me that if you want to be best you need to work with the best. I was truly impressed by the quality and easy to use of all the HUDY products and there is nothing else I want to use. Either you take your hobby & sport seriously or for fun, there is nothing better than HUDY."

Casey Stoner shocked the motorsport World, announcing his retirement whilst in the best form of his career during the 2012 French GP. The Australian rider enjoyed a spectacular 2011 season after returning to the Honda family to be a part of the factory team after having spent four very impressive seasons with Ducati Corse, where he won the 2007 World Championship. However, his second MotoGP World title was been even more impressive with 16 podiums in 17 races, 12 pole positions (a record in a single season, matching Mick Doohan), 10 victories and 7 fastest laps. Stoner made his name in Ducati in 2007, giving the Italian manufacturer its first and only World title and etched his name in the history books in his first season with Honda, winning their first and only 800cc title in 2011.

Born in Stockport, Queensland Australia, Stoner has been riding bikes since the tender age of four, and by the age of six had won his first Australian title. Travelling around Australia from the age 6 – 14 accompanied by his family, Stoner won 42 Australian dirt and long track titles and over 70 state titles. At the age of 12, Stoner raced the Australian Long Track Titles on the New South Wales Central Coast in 5 different categories, with seven rounds in each capacity; a total of 35 races over the one weekend. Winning 32 out of 35 races and taking all five titles in one meet, it was only a matter of time before Casey Stoner would hit the World stage.

With Stoner dominating youth motorcycling in Australia, in 2000 a young Casey and his family relocated to the UK (where legal age for road racing is 14, compared to Australia’s 16) where Stoner competed in the 125cc championships in Britain and Spain, winning the English 125cc Aprilia Championship in 2000. Stoner continued to impress riding for the Red Bull KTM Factory Team in 2004. In 2005, onboard a factory Aprilia in the 250cc world championship class, Stoner proved to be a serious threat to Dani Pedrosa who eventually went onto win the championship, Stoner claiming a strong second place.

His premier class debut was in 2006 riding for Honda with Team LCR. He accomplished pole position in only his second ever MotoGP race and a podium in his third, his rookie season saw him take eighth in the final championship standings. He caught the attention of Ducati Corse and in 2007 he secured a ride with the factory team and won his first title. He spent four seasons in Ducati and returned to Honda last year to win his second title.

Since his debut in MotoGP in 2006, Casey has won 38 Grand’s Prix making him the most successful rider of the 800cc era and 4th overall in premier class victories, behind Rossi (79), Agostini (68) and Doohan (54).

 

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