This weekend was organized the second round of the league 4 championship here, north of France.
Race was full with around 84 drivers who did the trip on Beuvry-la-Foret track.
The crew of the club did a great winter job and was offering a new track, with lot of jump section. A little bit faster compare to the previous layout. Was fun! Surface conditions were really good for the morning practice but became really quickly dusty for the end of qualifications and finals.
JP, Fred, my bro and myself were there in order to defend the NEMO Racing color! All were into the main finals.
About myself, After doing the morning TQ, I finally got the win of the 30 minute final. JP could finish 2nd but lost a wheel nut 1,5 minute before the end... Really unlucky on that, but secure a 4th place. My Bro and Fred finished respectively 5 and 11.
It was also another opportunity to see the little Tom driving his agama in Promotion class! Aged from 7, my brother's son is improving every weekend! It looks a new Sartel driver is born... ;-)
My next step will be the Nitro Efra GP in Noeux-Les-Mines. See u in 2 weeks at home!
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