From 21 to 02.23.2014 was the 10th Hallrace at RCRT-Quakenbruck instead, many drivers found their way to the Hallraces like Carsten Keller, Marcel Guske , Daniel Reckward and many more. The race was held in the classes 1:8 Buggy Nitro and Truggy Nitro, it was over the weekend a very relaxed atmosphere, despite the few Drive with new material were at the start . Our Team also had some new drivers at the start as Lucas Strothmann, Jan Sievert, Sven Sievert, Jannis Bomers and in the Engine area Carsten Keller . In the Training runs all our drivers came along very well with his material. This was confirmed then again on Saturday in the qualifying rounds where Nick Lorenz with his Truggy ST-RR EVO secured the TQ Title even Carsten Keller won with his Buggy MP9 - TKI3 the TQ Title. On Sunday, the finals were held which were very interesting and exciting, the end result is the combination Bullitt and Tycoon-Power was interspersed with two double Podium.
1. Karsten Keller MP9-TKI3 – BULLITT B-219 – TYCOON-POWER
2. Nick Lorenz MP9-TKI3 – BULLITT B-219 – TYCOON-POWER
1. Nick Lorenz ST-RR Evo BULLITT B-219 - TYCOON-POWER
2. Christian Köster MBX6T BULLITT B-219 - TYCOON-POWER
Here also again a big thanks to NemoRacing and to the Team JOracing who have worked the whole weekend together perfectly.
The fifth and final round of the BRCA National Championships took place at Sough over the weekend with the Championship on the line between Darren Bloomfield and Elliott Boots. Elliott was in a strong position with Darren having to TQ and win, with Elliott being 14th or lower to take the title.
Due to weather conditions early on in the year round 3 had been washed out so the rerun filled the reserve date. Quiet a different story this time with 20c and the sun blazing in the Cork sky's .. CRCCC (Cork Radio Control Car Club) has a very fast flowing European style track where any small mistakes punish big time ...
August Bank Holiday usually has a 3 day race of one form or another over it, and this year was no different. However the Herts club tried something different and rather than have a race dedicated to one tyre manufacture, they created an event where the 3 most prominent tyre brands in the UK