Calandra Racing Concepts, Inc. is reporting on a very successful race meeting at the 2008 International Indoor Championships held last week in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the ultra-competitive 1/12th modified class CRC driver Hupo Honigl from Austria was the T.Q. and winner driving the Generation-X chassis, while his team mate Jilles Groskamp from Holland, qualified 2nd with the same car. This result marks Hupo’s first big win in this class, a great performance in which he dominated the event and A-main by leading every lap. In the new World GT class featuring the new spec 200mm 1/10th pan cars, CRC’s new Gen-X 10 took the win in the hands of Mark Smyka. This new pan-car class used 200 mm sports car bodies with brushless motors and the revolutionary Gen-X 10 finished 1st and 4th, taking the first ever win in this new class. In 1/12th stock, the CRC Gen-X was also T.Q. with driver Pete D’Agnolo winning every round of qualifying.