Track Artist – Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Track Artist – Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Most of us RC drivers love them, however we hardly ever take into consideration who creates them. We’re speaking about RC racetracks. Pawel Ntkovca is a prolific RC monitor designer that hails from Łódź, Poland. Ntkovca is a graffiti and airbrush artist that has been perfecting his craft for over 20 years. We reached out to him to learn how he bought into the RC interest, decide his braing about monitor design and what parts encourage him to create the tracks that drivers the world over like to drive on a lot.

RCCA: How and when did you get into RC and begin designing RC tracks?

PN: My journey with RC began in 2005 in Denmark. It was then that I found the RC interest, which rapidly sucked me in. I used to be impressed by the driving expertise that it took to grasp RC and the way RC tools works. I discovered myself consistently enthusiastic about corners, jumps and how you can get sooner. Once I went again to Poland in 2012, I visited some RC tracks. Skilled RC racing was dropping reputation in Poland on the time however I cherished the interest and had some concepts. I felt able to designing racetracks and organizing some native occasions. I listened to recommendation from a few of the finest drivers like Michal Orlowski, Bartlomiej Zambrzycki and plenty of others about what they needed in a monitor. Over the time, I introduced over 100 international drivers to Poland and listened to their opinions on how you can make higher monitor designs and jumps. That is how I gained information and expertise. It rapidly paid off and drivers observed. At first my tracks first hosted just a few native drivers. Now the tracks I design for Benek Cup, Xray Racing Sequence Poland, Race Stars Contest are recognized to typically host over 300 automobiles at a single occasion. This was all carried out with the assistance of the very best monitor crew ever, RC Janusze.

RCCA: What monitor design do you concentrate on and the place do you discover inspiration?

PN: I take pleasure in seeing the “movement” of the monitor, particularly for 1/10 off highway, 1/10 carpet, and 1/8 racing. Inspiration clever, I like seeing drivers with smiles on their faces having fun with a monitor I designed. I additionally attempt to be taught from probably the greatest monitor designers and filth masters, Joey from “The Filth.” It’s overwhelming how Joey revolutionized and pushed off highway RC and racetrack movement. I’ve an incredible respect for him. I’m additionally tremendous comfortable that Joey appreciates my expertise and it’s a pleasure to do a design for him. (Ntkovca has lately created a monitor design for The Filth.)

RCCA: What kinds of tracks do you take pleasure in essentially the most and which is your favourite design and why?

PN: I benefit from the clean ones, the place there are not any “full throttle/full brake” solely segments. My favourite ones contain enjoying with “full throttle and impartial” sections which are pressured by the monitor’s format. My favorites are the open layouts the place you have got drive at full pace. Just like the tracks at “DNC 2013” or “Worldwide Buggy Problem ‘21 in Portugal.”

RCCA: What number of tracks have you ever designed?

PN: I’ve designed over 100 tracks, most of them had been for carpet racing, however I’m principally happy with three out of doors tracks that I created for 1/8-scale racing right here in Poland. One among them is in my metropolis, one other is in Wolsztyn at a spot referred to as “Latina RC Racing” and the third is in Wlodawa at “RC Sport Wlodawa.” That monitor is used for the Nationals.

RCCA: How do you create your monitor designs?

PN: All of my monitor format drawings are carried out in freehand, with out the assistance of digital pc work. I draw them on technical paper at 1/100-scale. Every monitor drawing solely has one unique copy. I feel this makes my monitor design particular and totally different.

RCCA: What future tasks are you able to inform us about?

PN: Just lately, I designed layouts for “Passion Bros” in Florida and an RC store in India referred to as “Mysore.” I’m at present engaged on a monitor for the Perth RC Membership in Australia. I’m additionally engaged on a drawing for RCGP race director Dawid Isherwood. And naturally there’s work I did for Joey from “The Filth.”

RCCA: Is there the rest you need to let our readers know?

PN: In case you are an RC “petrol-head” like I’m, attempt to maintain wholesome steadiness between interest and work. RC is in my blood and I discover a approach to share my concepts everywhere in the world with monitor designs. Drawing makes me loosen up and I hope to assist others to make racing extra enjoyable. I need to consistently develop the RC neighborhood and am optimistic about the way forward for RC.

Track Artist - Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Track Artist - Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Track Artist - Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Track Artist - Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Track Artist - Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Track Artist - Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Track Artist - Q&A With RC Racetrack Designer, Pawel Ntkovca

Pawel Ntkovca

Textual content by Leigh Guarnieri
Photographs courtesy of Pawel Ntkovca

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