March 3, 2018

Infinity IF11 1/10th formula car – First images

During this week’s Thailand International Touring Car Championship held at the Infinity RC Addict track in Bangkok, Creation Model have revealed their forthcoming Infinity IF11 1/10th formula kit. The pan car, that is being raced at the TITC by the team’s Formula development driver Jitse Miedema, is unique in many ways as it features a front monocoque composite chassis to which a short carbon fibre main chassis plate as well as the front suspension and front wing attaches. The result is a realistic looking formula car whose chassis is stiffer that a plain carbon fibre assembly – without the need to use delicate aluminium parts – while still offering good accessibility for the steering servo, receiver and speed controller and along with the rear transversal battery mount with O-ring retainer it also allows for easy battery swaps. The front suspension, that is made up from carbon fibre sheet material, is adjustable using inserts while the rear end utilises class-standard axle height adjustment using shims. The steering assembly is designed in a way to allow the common single bellcrank setup but it can also utilise a dual bellcrank setup if track conditions are calling for it. The car is still in prototype stages but according to Creation Model it is ready for a release before Summer.


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