Serpent now offers 3 types of anti-roll bars for the front and 3 for the rear of the 977 Viper. The medium one is standard in the kit, while the soft and hard one are optional. Made from top quality spring steel wire they feature easy to read markings. Available now.
Last weekend, Serpent team took part in another Madrid Champs 2013 and Alberto Garcia sent this report. ‘During practice rounds, we got a good feeling with the car. The track was really dusty, so we decide to wait until the line was clear to change something on our Cobra 811 2.0. At the end, we had only to change shock oil because of the high ambient temperature of 30ºC. Qualifying was ok, Oscar Navarro qualified 8th and I was able to be TQ’d in all rounds. We bumped up to the main final without major problems. I won Semi-A and Oscar Navarro finished 2nd in semi-B.
Much More have updated their popular touring car tire sander. The Power Truer 2 now features the ability to rotate the tire in both directions through the newly positioned switch. The new truer is still powered by 6 to 12V (7.4v recommended) and comes in a choice of anodised black or blue.
Back to back Euro Offroad Series Champion Joern Neumann completed the perfect season at the closing race of the second season of the 1:10 Electric Offroad Championship as he maintained his 100% winning record in 4WD Buggy securing his 7th victory with a tone to tone win in Leg 2 of the A-main ahead of Xray’s Martin Bayer and reigning World Champion Ryan Cavalieri. The second round of 4WD Mains at the Dortmund event also saw the German ace successfully defend his 4WD Short Course Truck title as he took his third win of the season in the class. Neumann said he was delighted with how the season had gone adding he is already looking forward to next season’s EOS which as one of the first international drivers to sign up for the inaugural series he has seen it gain huge popularity. This weekend’s fourth & final round of the TLR/Spektrum sponsored championship attracting 239 entries.
PSM introduce their VX3 brake discs for the TLR 8ight 3.0 buggy. The new design makes for improved brake action, no fading and a light weight. Precision machined in Germany the discs are cut from 3mm material, weight 4.0g each and come as pairs dyed in a bright white colour.
Joern Neumann has capped off the successful defense of his Euro Offroad Series 2WD Buggy title by claiming overall victory at the season finale in German after he backed up his win in Leg 1 of the final with a second win although this time round the German didn’t have it all his own way with Christopher Krapp leading 7 laps of the 19 lap encounter before a mistake dropped him back to second. Once again Hupo Honigl worked his way up from 6th on the grid to complete the Top 3.
Joern Neumann’s domination of 4WD Buggy in the TLR/Spektrum Euro Offroad Series remains intact after the German claimed his 7th consecutive overall TQ honour to put him in the best position possible to end the second season of the EOS as the only 4WD race winner since the creation of the series. After posting only the fourth fastest time in Q2, the European Champion bounced back in Q3 to become the only driver to complete a 20-lap qualifier, a feat he would repeat in the final qualifier to lead a Team Durango 1-2-3 on the grid with Q2 pace setter Michal Orlowski set to carry the No.2 on his DEX410 and Hupo Honigl due to line his example up third for tomorrow’s triple leg A-Main.
Promising 11-year-old Polish talent Michael Orlowski put in an impressive and mature performance in the second round of 4WD qualifying at the TLR/Spektrum Euro Offroad Series in Dortmund, Germany this evening when he posted a TQ run ahead of house hold names Hupo Honigl, Ryan Cavalieri and Joern Neumann. Fifth in last night’s opening qualifier, the Team Durango driver set a new overall fastest time knocking 1.6-seconds off Neumann’s Q1 pace to finish 2/10ths up on Honigl with Cavalieri a further 4.4-seconds back.