Race Team Update – June 2021 Week #2

Race Team Update – June 2021 Week #2

Six months into 2021 and the JConcepts race group exhibits no indicators of slowing down out on the monitor! Take a look at this week’s Race Group Replace to examine our continued success!

We begin this week’s race report down in Texas. There have been a number of RC race occasions occurring within the state so let’s see how the group carried out beginning at Mike’s Gulf Coast RC Raceway in Porter. Group driver Brian Germany stories that he attended an oval occasion there final Sunday and secured two third place finishes within the Open Dash and Midwest Modified courses! He used Sprinter tires within the Inexperienced compound.

Shifting on to Indy RC World in Garland our subsequent report comes courtesy of group driver Randy Lathrop. He was there competing on the 1st Spherical of their Sportsman Cup within the 1/8 Skilled and 40+ Electrical Buggy courses in addition to 1/8 Skilled Electrical Truggy. After the mud had settled he would take third in Skilled E Buggy, 2nd in 40+ E Buggy and the TQ and win in Skilled E Truggy! He used Blue compound Reflex tires in all three courses.

Additionally competing at this occasion was teammate Dillon Caldwell. He stories that he positioned third general within the 1/8 Nitro Buggy class whereas operating a Silencer physique and Aqua compound Detox tires!

Additionally at this occasion representing JConcepts was our driver Micah Smith. He additionally competed within the 1/8 Skilled Electrical Truggy class and would end 2nd general! He used Inexperienced compound Lil Chasers for qualifying however converted to Aqua compound Detox tires for the mains plus he used a S15 physique.

Our final report from Texas comes from JConcepts driver Rhett McNair who was in Arlington the place GoldStar Hobbies and Raceway is situated. They only held Spherical 1 of their Summer season Sequence and he competed within the 13.5 4WD Buggy class. He would TQ all rounds of qualifying and take the win in the principle! He was operating quick on Swaggers within the entrance, Fuzz Bites LP within the rear, a S2 physique and a Carpet | Astro Excessive-Clearance 7″ Rear Wing.

Now we head north into Oklahoma to get just a few updates from the group competing at a number of tracks within the state. Beginning with JC driver Braxten Culley he visited 918 RC Raceway in Tulsa for Spherical 1 of the “In The Dust” Sequence. He stories that he would double down within the win column in each the 1/8 Electrical and Nitro Buggy courses! His E Buggy ran Crimson compound Diamond Bars whereas his nitro rig used Blue compound Reflex tires.

Our subsequent report was submitted by group driver Shane Wheeler. He lately did some membership racing at MOJO Interest in Oklahoma Metropolis and took the W within the Open Dash class! He used our Inexperienced compound Ellipse tires mounted to Mono wheels on all 4 corners.

The third monitor we’ll report on in Oklahoma is Onion Creek in Coffeyville. Group driver Brian Stanton competed there over the weekend in three totally different courses and made the rostrum in two of them!

  • Midwest Modified = 4th place whereas operating Inexperienced compound Ellipses glued to Mono wheels
  • Latemodel = third place whereas operating Inexperienced compound Ellipses glued to Mono wheels
  • 410 Dash = 2nd place whereas operating Blue compound Ellipses glued to Mono wheels

Now we make a diagonal into Missouri to get an replace from group driver Orlando Martinez. He attended Spherical 2 of the Summer season Sequence at Fastlane Raceway in Blue Springs and reported that he took the TQ and win in each the 17.5 2wd and 13.5 4WD Buggy courses! Each bugs used Dust Webs up entrance, Ellipses within the rear, Mono wheels and F2 shells.

Now we head as much as Fort Dodge, IA the place IORC is situated. They only held the first Spherical of their Summer season Sequence and our driver Brandon Kearney competed in three courses:

  • Skilled 17.5 2wd Buggy
  • Mod 2wd Buggy
  • Mod 4WD Buggy

He would take the TQ and win in all three whereas operating a plethora of JC gear!

  • Fin Turnbuckle Equipment
  • F2 physique
  • S2 physique
  • B6.3 Entrance Wing
  • Carpet | Astro Excessive-Clearance 7″ Rear Wings
  • Mono wheels
  • Fuzz Chew LP tires
  • Fin, 12mm Shock Collar
  • Fin – 12mm V2 Shock Cap

Heading east into Indiana our subsequent report involves us courtesy of Logan Wendling. He lately competed at Victory RC in Laotto for his or her Electrical Champs race and he took 2nd general within the 1/8 Electrical Buggy class whereas competing on Blue compound Stalkers and Bullet wheels!

Heading additional east we get an replace from our good friend in Pennsylvania, JC driver Matt Morris. He stories that he raced on the 1/10 outside monitor situated at Shaffer’s Full Steam Forward Interest Store in Altoona and completed fifth in Mod 2wd Buggy and 2nd general in 17.5 2wd Buggy! He used quite a lot of tires that day on his vehicles like Ellipses, Sprinters and Rips.

Now we head south into Huntsville, AL to verify on the group competing at RC3 (Rocket Metropolis Radio Managed Race Membership). Group driver Jamie Spurgin stories that he competed in each the 1/8 Electrical Truggy and Buggy courses and completed 2nd in E Buggy and took the TQ and win in E Truggy! His buggy used Inexperienced compound Ellipses whereas his truggy used Gold compound Ellipses.

Additionally competing at this occasion within the 1/8 Electrical Buggy class was teammate Randy Enger. He was capable of take the TQ and win whereas operating a S15 physique and Blue compound Kosmos tires!

Now we trek out to Columbia Falls, MT for 1st Summer season Factors Race at Glacier RC Raceway. Our driver Angus Matheson reported that he competed within the 1/8 Electrical Buggy and SCT courses. He would accept a DNF in the principle for E buggy and took the TQ and win in SCT! His E buggy used Inexperienced compound Reflex tires and a S15 physique whereas his profitable quick course truck used Double Dees and a Illuzion Hello-Circulation SCT Physique.

Heading as much as the Pacific Northwest we get this race replace from JC driver Brian Phillips. He was competing at Tri-Cities RC Raceway in Pasco, WA took the W within the 1/8 Electrical Buggy class whereas operating on Inexperienced compound Reflex tires!

Heading right down to Cali we get this replace from JConcepts driver Derek Stephansen. He mentioned he took the TQ and win within the Skilled 17.5 2wd Buggy class at LSR Speedway in Sacramento whereas operating Silver compound Ellipses, a F2 physique and a Carpet | Astro Excessive-Clearance 7″ Rear Wing!

Now let’s get just a few updates from our worldwide group beginning with group driver Kevin Lachapelle. Racing is beginning to choose up in Canada so he was capable of run some laps on the CTSR (Circuit Téléguidé St-Roch) in Montreal and completed 2nd general within the 17.5 2wd Buggy class! He was operating on sanded down Inexperienced compound Dust Webs and Ellipses together with a Black B6.3 Fin Titanium Turnbuckle Set, F2 physique, a Carpet | Astro Excessive-Clearance 7″ Rear Wing and the brand new B6.3 Carbon Emblem and Cargo Internet Battery Brace.

Additionally operating laps at this monitor was teammate Jordan Miles. He competed in two courses and completed 4th in Skilled Mod 2wd Buggy and 2nd in Mod 4WD Buggy! He used sanded down Silver compound Ellipse tires on each buggies.

Group driver Ben Panic reported that he attended the King of the Valley race two hours north of Sydney Australia this previous weekend. His automotive was dialed on Blue and Inexperienced compound Rehab tires and simply missed out on making the ultimate podium spot when the race was over!

Our closing replace comes from group drivers Sebastien Mure and Clément Boda who had been working as a group competing in 1/8 Nitro Buggy class on the WS strains collection hosted by the CARCA (Membership Vehicle Radio Commandée Artésien) monitor. They certified 4th general for the double finals that ran for 20 minutes every after it was mentioned and finished they completed ninth general! They used Pink compound Reflex tires on the multi-surface monitor and had nice outcomes for his or her 2nd nitro race!

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