Hot Bodies have just released final details and images of their HB Cyclone Moore-Speed World Champion Edition. Created to celebrate Andy Moore winning the WorldÂ Championship in Italy this year, the car isÂ based on the Hara-edition Cyclone kit, but features many of the optional parts that Andy used on his carÂ to take the title.
You can seeÂ large images of the car and the parts included by going here. Or alternatively if your German is better than your Japanese you can go here.
French site Petit RC have a post on their site showing lots of French tracksÂ photographed from space. The quality of the images aren’t great, probably limited by the zoom available in the mapping program used, but it’s still interesting none the less.
Xray have a report on their site from team driver Martin LissauÂ concerning his first race with their new T2007. Driving the car for the first time at the event,Â Martin ended the raceÂ inÂ second position.
The big battle was between Steen Graversen, Jonas Kaerup, and myself. It was very very close, with the top 3 cars separated by only 2 seconds in qualification.
Yesterday we reported on the TORC series from Bedworth, in which we noted that the F2 class had been taken by Elliot Harper. Well the overall TORC series championship went to Ian Whittingham who, driving a Grainger special edition Yokomo, took the title for a second year running.
He was already uncatchable after the Stafford round in August, with three rounds still to go. Ian finished the season with another strong performance taking TQ and overall second place at the Bedworth meeting.
CEN have announced the release of their all new Matrix TR Arena. This truggy that recently TQ’d and won the 2006 R/C Car Action Monster Madness event as well as a recent round of the Florida State series whilst still being developed really shows a lot of promise. This car, that has been designed and driven by ‘3 USA National Champions Gene Hickerson, Andrew Smolnick, and Jason Ashton’, features a number of nice features including a very distintive composite chassis brace for extra rigidity. Its available in the standard ‘Pro’ Version and the tricked out Factory race edition (shown above).
Because my Danish is worse than non existent, i can’t quite tell you what the guys over at RaceRC.dk are writing about. But what i can tell you is that they have some more close up pictures of Jonas KÃ¦rup’s Corally RDX prototype chassis. We showed you pictures of the proto RDX from the Team Orion speed weekend that some enthusiastic snappers managed to get, but these show more detail.
You can view the photos from of the RDX prototype here.
UK based online shop, Nitro Models Ltd, have a nice set of high resolution images of the new innovative Team Magic M1 1/8th scale off road buggy. We reported on this car when it was shown in iHobby but these are the first set of studio images that we have seen.
You can check out the full high resolution gallery here.
At the recent iHobby Expo in Chicago, the boys over at 4wdrc.com made the next instalment in their ongoing podcast series. This time the podcast contains an interesting interview with top US off roader, and Horizon Hobbies employee, Adam Drake. If you have 12 minutes of your life to spare, you can have a listen and get an insight into Adam himself as well as the new products released at the event by Horizon, including the new 1/36th scale Micro-T that we covered previously.