May 25, 2015

Rheinard puts one hand on trophy with Round 11 win


Marc Rheinard has one hand on the Reedy International Race of Champions trophy with just one round of racing between him and a record 5th title.  The penultimate round of racing at the famous event netted the Tamiya driver his 7th win of the weekend allowing him to extend his lead to 3-points over defending Champion Ronald Volker.  A rough eleventh round for Volker, the Yokomo driver could only manage third behind team-mate Meen Vejrak and HB’s JJ Wang who notched up his second win of the event.  With both drivers lining up in the same heat for Round 12, which is the concluding race of the 18th running of the unique annual event, the advantage lies with Rheinard.  In order for Volker to stand any chance of retaining his title he must take the win as well as having Rheinard finish 6th or lower.

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