May 1, 2007

Eastbourne Electric Car Club open day

EECC Track

The people from the EECC have been in touch to announce their upcoming Open race day that will take place on their excellent new facility in Eastbourne in the south east of England. The Open day will happen on the 3rd of June and will be attended by top drivers such as confirmed entrants David Spashett, Chris Grainger and Andy Moore with the event open to Electric Touring cars in Mod, 19T and 27T categories. This is a great opportunity to run on this new track as well as run with the top guys so be sure to get your entry in soon to be ensured of a place.

Click here to enter directly or find out more about the EECC here.


May 1, 2007

Juho Levanen wins Fintrack Rd4

Fintrack Rd4

Round 4 of the Fintrack series was run 2 weekends ago at the mid sized Laukaa track, the last indoor race of the series, with 4 outdoor rounds to follow. As seems to be a recurring result it was once again Associated racer, and last weekends LRP masters winner, Juho Levanen that took the top spot in qualifying ahead of team mate Christer Andersson in 2nd and Corally driver Simo Ahoniemi in 3rd. In the race it was Levanen all the way, taking the win easily ahead of Ahoniemi in 2nd with 3rd place falling to Xray driver Pekka Koivula.

Read the full report here.

Source: Xray [teamxray.com]


April 30, 2007

Cyril N’Diaye wins Rd2 French EP Nats

Cyril N'Daye wins Rd2 French EP Nats

While the rest of the top European racers were at the LRP Masters this weekend, the French drivers had to run the 2nd round of their National championships at the amazing permanent indoor track in Rumilly. Qualifying saw Xray driver Cyril N’Diaye take the top qualifying spot ahead of second placed Corally racer Jeremy Delalondre while in the race Cyril could carry his form through the main event and take the win ahead of 2nd placed fellow Xray racer Aurelien Threhout with 3rd place going to Jeremy Delalondre. Expect a complete report from our partners RC Infos in the next few days.

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April 30, 2007

Hot Bodies WC Edition Black CVDs

Hot Bodies WC Edition Black CVDs

Hot Bodies continue to release options for their World Championship winning Cyclone touring car, with the latest being these black MIP CVDs. These are the same MIP CVDs as the purple versions that come as standard on the Cyclone Moore-Speed World Championship Edition, but obviously these are black, and when installed they aid durabilty and performance. Suitable for any Cyclone or Cyclone S car, this set comes with 2 CVDs and includes parts to add MIP CVDs to either the front or rear of the Cyclone.

Source: Hot Bodies [hbeurope.com]


April 30, 2007

Martin Lissau takes Rd1 of ÖresundsCupen

Rd1 of ÖresundsCupen

More news from Xray, this time they are reporting on the ÖresundsCupen, which saw round one of this series, that includes four different races split between Sweden and Denmark, take place at the weekend in Staffanstorp, south Sweden. TQ for this event went to Xray NT1 driver Matin Lissau who was un challenged in Sundays main final with the main race battle taking place behind him for 2nd between Serpent driver Per Ola Hard and Xray driver Niklas Hakansson, with Per Ola eventually coming out on top to finish in 2nd position, with Hakansson in 3rd.

Read the full report here.

Source: Xray [teamxray.com]


April 30, 2007

Race Announcement – UK Much More GP

UK Much More GP

The organisers of the UK Much More GP have asked us to put up an announcement for their event which will take place on the 8th – 10th of June at the Minerwall Park, Stonehaven in Scotland.

Held at the extremely fast outdoor circuit in the beautiful setting of Scotland, UK, the Much More UK GP has already attracted international entries and also the man himself our very own Euro and World champ, Andy Moore. The owners and team from Much More Korea are also attending. There will be a marquee, 240V power, hot food and restrooms on site and MUCH MORE!

Click here for more details or enter directly here.


April 30, 2007

Juho Levanen takes LRP Masters crown

Juho Levanen takes LRP Masters crown

Last weekend saw the last major indoor race of the year, the 2007 LRP Masters, run in Eppelheim, Germany with the event attracting a huge number of quality drivers from around the world meaning the racing was very close and very tough. The event was TQ’d by Associated / LRP driver Juho Levanen with Tamiya driver Victor Wilck in 2nd and Dutch Xray driver Jilles Groskamp in 3rd. The racing was close but Juho made it look easy and managed to win the first 2, of the 3, A-mains to take the overall title with the positions behind him left to be sorted. You Sedish driver Wilck claimed the runner up spot with a 2nd and a 1st position while 3rd position went to German National Champion Ronald Volker driving his LRP powered HB Cyclone.

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April 29, 2007

Alberto Picco wins Swiss EFRA GP

Alberto Picco wins Swiss EFRA GP

Italian Mugen racer Alberto Picco has won this weekends Swiss GP held at the huge Lostallo track. Having qualified in 4th position, Picco managed to win the 45 minute final by 1 lap ahead of German Kyosho driver Stefan Hanauer who, at the end of the final, was only 2 seconds ahead of fellow German driver Robert Pietsch racing the ever improving Shepherd Velox. The main final saw only 3 retirements, that of pole man Danielle Ielasi, Michael Salven and Francesco Tironi.

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