Race Team Update – November 2021 Week #2

Race Team Update – November 2021 Week #2

The second weekend of racing is within the books for November and the JConcepts race crew retains stuffing the win column which you’ll be able to examine this week’s Race Crew Replace!

We begin this week’s report down at Mike’s Gulf Coast RC Raceway in Porter, TX. This previous weekend they held a particular 50/50 cash race which all the time brings out the competitors. Crew driver Brian Henn competed in two lessons and completed 2nd in 1/8 Electrical Buggy and took the TQ and win in 1/8 Electrical Truggy! His e truggy was operating quick on Inexperienced compound Reflex rubber whereas his e buggy used each Inexperienced compound Reflex and Detox tires.

Teammate Dillon Caldwell was additionally operating two lessons at this particular cash race. He doubled up with a TQ and win within the 1/8 Nitro and Electrical Buggy lessons whereas utilizing Detox tires in each the Blue (nitro) and Inexperienced (electrical) compounds!

Heading north into Oklahoma we get just a few updates from the crew competing at totally different races by means of out the state. Our first report is from Mojo Passion in Oklahoma Metropolis for his or her latest Woodman Memorial Race. Crew driver Heath Lawson competed within the Midwest Mod class for the primary time. He ran into the A Essential after which moved up all the way in which as much as 4th place by the point the race had ended! For qualifying he used Inexperienced compound Ellipse tires, however switched to the Gold compound for the primary. Each tires have been mounted to Mono wheels.

Additionally competing at this race was JC driver Randy Lathrop. He raced within the Outlaw Dash class and completed 1st within the A most important! For the primary opted to used Silver compound Filth Webs and Ellipse tires that have been all mounted to 9 Shot rims.

Our subsequent replace in Oklahoma involves us courtesy of crew driver Will Brinton. This previous weekend he made the journey over to Shaw’s RC Monitor in Ardmore for his or her Truck Nationals race. He competed within the Gasoline Truck class (2wd nitro stadium truck for you youngsters on the market) and took the win for the occasion! He used Inexperienced compound Double Dees within the entrance, Inexperienced compound Goose Bumps within the rear, And 1 foam inserts and the F2 physique within the light-weight possibility.

Persevering with our march up north we cross into Kansas and cease in at Ultraline Hobbies RC Raceway in Topeka. They lately held the primary spherical of the their Winter Factors Sequence and crew driver Riley Filbert tell us that he took the TQ and win the Mod 2wd Buggy class! His automobile was operating quick on Fuzz Chunk tires on all 4 corners, Mono wheels, plus a F2 physique and a Carpet | Astro Excessive-Clearance 7″ Rear Wing!

Transferring even additional north we cease in at 510 Raceway in Foley, MN for our subsequent report from crew driver Thor Ott. This previous weekend he competed there for his or her November Melee Trophy Race which had practically 120 entries! He raced within the Mod 2wd Buggy class and took the TQ and win whereas operating clean on Gold and Silver compound Ellipse tires and a P2 shell!

Additionally competing at this race was JC mate Joe Zaier Jr. He raced within the Mod Stadium Truck class and took the win whereas operating on Gold compound Ellipse tires plus a Finnisher physique!

Bouncing over to Indiana we roll as much as the town of Granger the place RC Enjoyable Park is seated at. This previous weekend they hosted the Indiana State Indoor Championships and let’s see how the crew carried out beginning with JC pilot Kyle Munson. He competed in three lessons and had stable ends in all of them!

  • 17.5 2wd Buggy = sixth place whereas operating on Smoothies 2 within the Silver compound together with a F2 physique
  • 13.5 4WD Buggy = tenth place whereas operating on Smoothies 2 within the Silver compound together with a F2 physique
  • Mod 2wd Brief Course Truck = TQ and 1st place whereas operating on Aqua compound Ellipses sanded to slicks

Fellow JConcepts driver Chris Rothwell was additionally at this race, and in addition raced in three separate lessons making the rostrum in all of them!

  • 1st in 40+ Mod 2wd Buggy
  • 2nd in 13.5 4WD Buggy
  • third in 17.5 2wd Buggy

All automobiles used sanded down Silver compound Ellipse tires together with P2 and S2 lids.

Crossing over into Tennessee we get this subsequent report from JConcepts driver Jonah Wilson. He lately competed at RC Farm in Crossville for his or her Fall Shootout trophy race. When the occasion had concluded he secured two TQs and three wins in 1/8 Nitro and Electrical Buggy lessons together with 1/8 Electrical Truggy! Each bugs utilized Silver compound ReHabs whereas the truggy feasted on Gold compound Ellipses.

Now we head for the coast and go to Thunder Alley RC Speedway in Lucama, NC. They lately held their “Nice Pumpkin” Race and crew driver Luis Diego tell us that he took residence the {hardware} within the 1/8 Electrical Truggy class whereas utilizing Inexperienced compound Reflex tires!

Additionally racing there was fellow JConcepts driver Josh Parrish within the 1/8 Professional Electrical Buggy and Mini Truggy lessons. He would end 4th total in e buggy whereas operating on Inexperienced compound Detox tires plus a S15 physique, and within the Mini Truggy class he would take the TQ and win whereas operating on Blue compound Sprinters plus a Finnisher physique!

Josh wasn’t accomplished racing for the weekend as he crossed the state strains and visited Badlands RC Supercross in Myrtle Seashore, SC. They held a Fall Brawl warmup race and he competed within the 1/8 Electrical Truggy and Buggy lessons. He would end 4th in e buggy with Inexperienced compound Reflex tires plus a S15 physique! In e truggy he locked up place three on the rostrum whereas racing on Blue compound Ellipse tires and a F2 physique!

Additionally competing at this warmup race was crew driver David Olsen. He competed within the 1/8 Nitro and Electrical Buggy lessons and completed with two wins plus a TQ in electrical buggy! His e buggy used Blue compound Teazers glued to Bullet wheels whereas his nitro journey used Silver compound ReHabs plus Bullet wheels and a S15 shell. Becoming a member of him on the e buggy podium in 2nd place was teammate Ken Rand Jr.!

Heading south into Florida we subsequent go to Coral Springs RC Monitor in Coral Springs. This previous weekend was Spherical 5 of their South Florida Off-Highway Championship Sequence and crew driver Carlos Segui stories that he took first total within the 1/8 Electrical Buggy class whereas operating quick on Inexperienced compound Reflex tires!

Additionally competing at this spherical was JC driver Loren Kretzschmar within the Mod 4WD Buggy class. He would end third for the spherical whereas utilizing our Inexperienced compound Reflex tires!

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