Tamiya have a report on their site from their recent Asian cup that was held in Bangkok, Thailand in September. Staged in the centre of southeast Asia’s busiest shopping mall, the event not only attracted 104 racers from six countries but also large crowds of spectators, some 20,000 during the weekdays and over 50,000 on the weekend.
The Japanese 1/12th Nationals are over and it was Kitazawa that took the win followed by Matsumoto in 2nd and Arai who took the final step on the podium in 3rd. The event, held at the Kawaba RC plaza, managed to avoid the bad weather which threatened the event earlier in the week and ended up producing a great race.
Kimihiko-yano.net have their report from the 2nd day of the Japanese 1/12th scale nationals online. It seems the wet weather held of and they got 4 rounds of qualifying done. Again i must apologise for my Japanese being as poor as it is but because of that i cant tell you who heads the leaderboard after qualifying.
You can view an image of the results sheet here: position 1-20, 21-43
Flabouris Kostas has won the 2006 12T Greek Electric Touring Championship. The report on the Xray site shows that Flabouris won 2 of the 3 A-final heats at the last round of the championship on his way to claiming the title.
Greek Championship 12T class FINAL positions
1 Flabouris XRAY T2
3 Bougalis XRAY T2
4 Balasis XRAY T2
Greek Championship Open class FINAL positions
2 Katikas XRAY T2
3 Nikolakopoulos XRAY T2
5 Antoniou XRAY T2
The JMRCA run Japanese 1/12th scale Nationals are being held this weekend. The Friday test day seemed to be rained out judging by the images, but it gave Kimihiko-yano.net the opportunity to take lots of pictures of the track and the competing cars. We will report on this results of this event as we get them.
In the meantime you can check out some of the pictures after the jump… content
Hot Bodies have just released final details and images of their HB Cyclone Moore-Speed World Champion Edition. Created to celebrate Andy Moore winning the WorldÂ Championship in Italy this year, the car isÂ based on the Hara-edition Cyclone kit, but features many of the optional parts that Andy used on his carÂ to take the title.
You can seeÂ large images of the car and the parts included by going here. Or alternatively if your German is better than your Japanese you can go here.
Xray have a report on their site from team driver Martin LissauÂ concerning his first race with their new T2007. Driving the car for the first time at the event,Â Martin ended the raceÂ inÂ second position.
The big battle was between Steen Graversen, Jonas Kaerup, and myself. It was very very close, with the top 3 cars separated by only 2 seconds in qualification.
Yesterday we reported on the TORC series from Bedworth, in which we noted that the F2 class had been taken by Elliot Harper. Well the overall TORC series championship went to Ian Whittingham who, driving a Grainger special edition Yokomo, took the title for a second year running.
He was already uncatchable after the Stafford round in August, with three rounds still to go. Ian finished the season with another strong performance taking TQ and overall second place at the Bedworth meeting.