Full Throttle Motorsport, makers of the FTR 12 1/12th scale chassis, have released the first production shots of their new World GT chassis, the FTR 10. Based heavily on their previous car, this T-bar chassis is designed around the use of brushless motors, with a centered pod and optimized battery location. The chassis has been made from 2.5mm thick carbon fibre with well positioned flex points for better traction on low bite tracks and it shares its rear pod with the FTR 10. Expect the car to be released after this weeks ROAR Nationals.
Seen at the Indoor Championships in Cleveland last week was the FTR10, the new World GT class chassis from Full Throttle Racing. These are the first closeup photos of this new prototype chassis which was spotted on the FTR workbench, but we expect to receive official photos and more information soon.