June 2, 2007

Gary Guest wins the Hank Perry 240

Gary Guest wins the Hank Perry 240

Our partners Neo Buggy have a report from the Hank Perry 240 one of America’s longest running races, which has been drawing competitors since 1986. The event reached its 21st year and has been held at the Spokane R/C Club’s beautiful facilty in Spokane, Washington since conception. With over 300 entries the race drew competitors from all over the Pacific Northwest, and some racers from Canada, to battle it out for the championship. The 1/8 Buggy class saw a wire to wire battle which eventually ended with Gary Guest piloting his Jammin X1-CR FTE to the win and finishing a close second was Jammin driver Ryan McCrery, with Kyosho factory driver Marcus Anzovino coming in third.

Source: Neo Buggy [neo-buggy.net]


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