June 16, 2016

Bima Racing Track On–road Touring Champs – Report

Bima Racing Track On–road Touring Champs – Report

The Colombian Electric On-Road regional championship recently concluded, with all the seven rounds, run from January to May, being held at the well-known Bima Racing Track in the capital city of Bogota. After the seven rounds, Andres Chaparro (Tamiya) would walk away with the title in Touring Superstock 10.5T, showing consistent performances over the season. Jorge Rodriguez (Xray) took the vice–championship title and Alejandro Marulanda (Xray) would manage the final podium spot from Leonardo Buitrago (Tamiya) in fourth.

Touring Superstock 10.5T overall:
1. Andres Chaparro – Tamiya
2. Jorge Rodriguez – Xray
3. Alejandro Marulanda – Xray
4. Leonardo Buitrago – Tamiya
5. Mario Utria – Xray
6. Daniel Rodriguez – Tamiya
7. Juan Pablo Torres – Xray
8. Rodrigo Salgado – Team Associated
9. Ricardo Hoyos – Tamiya
10.Orlando Vargas – Yokomo
11.Alex Paipa – Tamiya
12.Juan Carlos Ortegon – Tamiya
13.Luis Eduardo Mora – Xray
14.Nicolas Rozo – Team Associated
15.John Rocha – Tamiya
16.Sebastian Oviedo – Spec-R
17.Alexander Rios – Xray
18.Ricardo Afanador – Team Associated
19.Alejandro Torres – Xray

The 1/10 Formula 21.5T class was clearly dominated by Jorge Rodriguez (Xray), with Alejandro Marulanda (Xray) taking the runner-up spot and Ricardo Hoyos (Tamiya) grabbing the final podium position.

Bima Racing Track On–road Touring Champs – Report

Formula 21.5T overall:
1. Jorge Rodriguez – Xray
2. Alejandro Marulanda – Xray
3. Ricardo Hoyos – Tamiya
4. Mario Utria – Xray
5. Andres Chaparro – Tamiya
6. Etienne Lacombe – Tamiya
7. Daniel Rodriguez – Xray
8. Fernando Herrera – Yokomo
9. Alexander Rios – Xray
10.Rodrigo Salgado – Tamiya
11.Leonardo Buitrago – Tamiya
12.Alex Paipa – Tamiya
13.Diego Bernal – Yokomo
14.Alejandro Torres – Tamiya
15.Orlando Vargas – Yokomo
16.Cesar Ruiz – Xray
17.John Rocha – Tamiya

In 1/10 Nitro Touring there was a great battle between Fernando Herrera, Orlando Vargas, Andres Castañeda, Luis Edurado Mora and Rodrigo Echeverry all the season long. Finally it was Luis Eduardo Mora (Xray) who managed to win the championship title.

Bima Racing Track On–road Touring Champs – Report

Nitro 1/10 overall:
1. Luis Eduardo Mora – Xray
2. Rodrigo Echeverry – Serpent
3. Andres Castañeda – Mugen Seiki
4. Orlando Vargas – Mugen Seiki
5. Fernando Herrera – Kyosho
6. Ricardo Vargas – Mugen Seiki
7. Julian Chiribi – Serpent
8. Alexander Ramirez – Mugen Seiki
9. Mauricio Rivera – Mugen Seiki
10.Jorge Pinzon – Team Associated
11.John Jairo Arango – Mugen Seiki
12.Cesar Burbano – Shepherd

Ricardo Guzman dominated the Rookies GT Touring 1/10 season with his Tamiya TT02 taking the championship with one race to spare. There was a tight battle for the remaining podium position with the vice–champion title eventually going to Julio Witingam, and Luis Carlos Correa in 3rd position both driving their Vaterras.

Bima Racing Track On–road Touring Champs – Report

Rookies GT Touring 1/10 overall:
1. Ricardo Guizman – Tamiya
2. Julio Witingam – Vaterra
3. Luis Carlos Correa – Vaterra
4. Rodrigo Montenegro – Tamiya
5. Luis Eduardo Mora – Xray
6. Ricardo Hoyos – Tamiya
7. Alejandro Becerra – Vaterra
8. Daniel Rodriguez – Tamiya
9. Alejandro Torres – Tamiya
10.Milton Alvarez – Tamiya
11.Marlon Delgado – Tamiya
12.Sebastian Oviedo – Spec-R
13.Mauricio Parra – Xray
14.Jose L Cortes – Tamiya
15.Sergio Medina – Tamiya
16.David Bravo – Xray
17.Carlos Arias – Tamiya
18.Cesar Ruiz –Tamiya
19.Esteban Vera – Tamiya

Thanks to Andres Chaparro for the report.


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