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Video: Worlds Pre Qualifying Race Catch up

With Phil somewhere over the Atlantic, Ben Panic takes over reporter duties and points his microphone at some of the drivers that raced in today’s ‘Qualifying into the Worlds’ race…

Featuring Mike Truhe, Lee Martin, Joseph Quagraine, Billy Easton and Jonny Skidmore


Worlds History by Mike Cradock: Messina 2014


Finally the last and most recent installment of Mike Cradock’s enthralling tales of the Worlds is here, the ‘eventful’ 2014 IFMAR Worlds in Sicily! Home to volcanoes, beautiful women, food, wine and one or two mafiosos! It was a Worlds dominated by Ty Tessmann and Mike takes us through them from his perspective.

It was September 2014 and the 1/8th Offroad World Championships were in Messina, Sicily, Italy. I was travelling with Michelle boarding our 4 hour flight from Luton airport to Cantania, followed by a bus trip to the hotel which was right next to the track in Giardini-Naxos.

We had our worries because of Sicily, Mafia etc.. plus we heard the owner of the track was using the locals laws in his favour to muscle the event, but with any travel it’s an adventure and this is where it started!

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David Ronnefalk’s Vlog: The Calm before the storm

Te calm before the storm!
Pitting Adrien tomorrow in the Race-In, cars are ready to rock! 😉

Posted by David Ronnefalk Racing on Friday, 30 September 2016

MAXIMA Mx Engines & Fuel for France


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Maxima Mx Europa is pleased to annouce Andelle Competition as our exclusive distributor of MAXIMA Mx Engines & Fuel for France. Andelle Competition managed by Mr. Jean Paul Desance is ready to step forward with a big challenge for the French market and provide a warm welcome to all customers, RC Shops and followers interested to discover more about our full range of products for Off-Road and On Road. Welcome on board!

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HB Racing D216 aluminum idler gear


HB Racing have introduced an aluminum idler gear for the D216. This aluminum idler gear is precision machined from aluminum, then hard anodized for durability. The machined aluminum idler gear is a direct replacement for the stock plastic gear in the D216 transmission. Stronger and more precise, this option gear is used by the HB Racing Team drivers to handle the extreme conditions needed in competition.

Website: HB Racing

XRAY support @ Las Vegas Worlds



The 1/8 nitro off-road World Championship 2016 is going to take place from 30th September to 8th October at RC Track of Las Vegas. XRAY factory team will be there to provide technical and set-up help and American distributor RC America to provide full support and service with a complete range of all spare parts.

Hitec Support at the IFMAR World


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Hitec will be on hand October 2-9, 2016 to provide technical support for all Hitec drivers attending the 2016 IFMAR World Championship in Las Vegas, Nevada. Surface Team Manager, Billy Tompkins and Factory Team Driver, Adam Drake will also provide servo and radio support to all attending drivers in need of assistance with their current equipment. Find Billy or Adam and see how Hitec can help you perform at the highest level of competition!

Worlds History by Mike Cradock: Argentina 2012


Argentina 2012 up next and we’re moving towards more modern times – Buenos Aires hosted in December that year, we were looking forward to going to this as we had a fairly dominant year with Elliott Boots and his Kyosho/Novarossi/AKA package.

But again the rumours started on the so called Unsocial networks, saying it’s dangerous it should never be held there bla bla bla! But the only thing I was worried about was getting through customs with all our racing stuff intact, and not to be charged high $$$ to get it through. As I know this was fact from the drivers I had seen stuck there for 12 hours arguing to get out with their racing gear! We were Lucky in a way that we didn’t attend the warm up race.

IFMAR said that they had it sorted, and we had a piece of photo copied paper basically telling the customs officers that we were racing a WC event, and that by taking this stuff into your country it was of no financial gain to us. I didn’t hold too much hope as customs are of a law to themselves!

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