News of October, 2016

2016 SEASON 3 1:8 NITRO BUGGY ROUND 4 NEO-9

24.10.2016   6 comments   Video: 1 available

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Report by J-P.Huhtala (VRC race reporter)


VRC PRO 2016 SEASON 3 1:8 NITRO BUGGY ROUND 4 NEO 9


At qualifying Markku Honkanen from Finland was on his own, when he wonned this round with 6 seconds margin before other Finnish driver Ari Koski. Third place went to Sweden, Robert Hillman doned nice run and was about 8 seconds behind TQ. Fourth and fifth in qualifying was Jonas Larsson from Sweden and Tommi Vacklin from Finland. Larsson and Vacklin had pretty similar pace with Hillman, as these three drivers were all inside in 0.4seconds.
Warren Jones from USA drove to 6th and Mikael Yrjänäinen to 7th grid. Also these drivers had pretty same pace, Jones was almost 11 seconds and Yrjänäinen 12seconds from the TQ.
After these drivers, rest of the field was Uwe De Zwart from Austria, Jarno Halonen from Finland and Charly Bruneteau from France. These three drivers had about 20 seconds gap to TQ Honkanen.

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2016 1:10 ELECTRIC NASCAR TRUCKS ROUND 10 Eppelheim 1

17.10.2016   12 comments   Video: 2 available

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Report by J-P.Huhtala (VRC race reporter)


SEASON 2016 electric nascartruck modified, round 10, Eppelheim 1

TIMED PRACTICE

In timed practice Swedish Andre Fossto and French Delcourt were setting the pace to others. Giordano from Italy, who was third in this round, were almost 8 seconds behind the leader. So it was looking two mans deal, if others wouldnt get any more pace.
Huhtala from Finland was fourth in this ”not mandatory round”, one second behind Giordano in third place. Fifth fastest was Carson Yeung from Hong Kong, almost 12 seconds behind leader.

QUALIFYING

Also in this round, Fossto and Delcourt were on fire. Very similar pace they were almost 7 seconds faster than Giordano in third place. Giordano had lifted his pace a little, but it was still too much.
Carson Yeung was holding fourth place and Czech Milan Peka fifth place. Yeungs gap was 11 seconds and Peka`s 17 seconds to the leader. Sixt... read more

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