Italian company WRC Racing has introduced their new STX.8 1:10 Electric Touring Car. Coming over 2 and half years after its predecessor, the STX.7, the key features of the latest incarnation of their STX series are a new differential system for better rotation on high traction surfaces, a new steering system, a low rear body mount and other details to lower car’s overall centre of gravity.
WRC Racing has announced their latest 1:10 Formula car, the F22.1. The Italian manufacturer’s new release brings the car up to ‘2022’ F1 standards. New features of the F22.1 include more obvious changes like the new front and rear wings, halo and aero wheel covers with two body options inspired by the latest F1 designs. On the chassis it features new front lowers arms. Other features of the car a titanium rear axle, 2-wheelbase positions, quick battery position adjustment and an adjustable transversal shock.
Italian car manufacturer WRC Racing has released a new F1 Halo that they say will fit most 1:10 F1 bodies on the market. Mold printed for an optimal strength and surface finishing, the Halo is available in black or white colour options.
Having teased the release of their first GT chassis back in February, WRC have today released some details on the upcoming GT4.1. A fairly standard affair for the GT class, it has been in testing for a number of months with a focus of quality parts, optimised weight distribution and easy to maintain and setup. The car sports low profile big bore shocks, a super narrow radio plate as well as a highly efficient two speed gearbox.
WRC Racing have introduced their new F18.4 1/10th EP formula chassis. Sporting a large number of changes over its predecessor, the car has an all new servo saver, servo mounting plate and new front lower arms for improved steering. A new carbon chassis plate accommodates the updated battery mounting system with quick battery adjustment with the adjustable battery stop. A new rear chassis pod, adjustable transversal shock absorber and an all new ball differential complete the updates.
Italian brand WRC Racing are teasing their upcoming entry into the 1/8th GT class with their GT4. No more information was given apart from what can be seen in the image but we will bring you full details when we get them.
For the WRC Racing SBX.1 1/8th scale buggy is this aluminium rear chassis brace support. Machined from 7075 T6 aluminium in Italy, the part is claimed to give the car more overall stability as well as more corner speed and works great with the recently released aluminium rear chassis brace.
Having recently released the front chassis brace in aluminium, WRC have released the rear version for the SBX.1. Machined from 7075 T6 aluminium in Italy, the brace gives the car more traction out of the corner, more cornering speed and a better feeling on the bumps.