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Brian Bourland gets the double at JCP - 8/27/11 by DJ
Reported by Brian Bourland - I raced this past weekend at JCP the Midwest Monster, for a club race.  Short course and my Nexx 10sc was more of the same.  TQ/Win.  The losi's are coming on strong tho. (good thing they seem to overheat easily)!!

In 8th scale I drove my HyperStar-e Bump edition with good results.  They mixed us with nitro due to turnout, I qualified 2nd with a Mugen ECO in TQ by 2seconds.  In the 15 minute main us 2 e buggies pulled out front.  I ran at a comfortable pass, never really pulling past 1/2 throttle on straight and short jumped a section that uses a lot of juice (mah) to get over it.  The advantage with short jumping was 2 fold as I never wrecked there and I was saving battery life along with a steady pace on the straight. (I mean with ebuggy I could light the wheels down the whole straight or anywhere if i wanted, so I was really trying to control the motor for optimal battery life).  Half way through I drove to the lead on a bobble from the Mugen.  I led a few laps until I came in for a simulated pit stop and had a bad out lap.  I was never more than 10 seconds behind the leader after pitting.  Knowing the driving habits of the leader I knew if I just stayed close enough and at a good pace, I would finish and he would dump out.  With 30 seconds to go that is just what happened, his battery dumped and I sailed home to Victory!!!!

 Pos  Driver  e-Buggy
 1st  Brian Bourland  HyperStar E
 2nd    ECO
     4x4 Short Course
 1st/TQ  Brian Bourland  Nexx10sc
     
Kortz getting Double Wins! - 8/24/11 by davegm
Reported by Jeremy Kortz - West Coast Raceway: 1/8 E buggy, Hyper 9 E TQed by 10 sec over the local fast guy Scott Woulf and in the 6min main I lead every lap to win by 12sec.!!!

4x4SC truck in both rounds of qualifying I never got a good start so I ended up starting 3rd on the grid!  The 5min main I took the lead from the start and never looked back to win by 8sec over Kevin Smithand win the main!!

 

 Pos Driver E Buggy
1st/TQ
Jeremy Kortz
Hyper 9e
2nd
Scott Woulf
RC8e

 Pos  Driver  SC 4x4
1st
Jeremy Kortz
Hyper 10sc
2nd
Kevin  Smith
RC10sc
Kortz and Hyper wins at Hot Rod Hobbies - 8/23/11 by davegm
Reported by Jeremy Kortz - Hot Rod Hobbies: 1/8 gas buggy I TQed over Chad Bradley by 5sec!   In the 10 min main Chad and I battle it out all of the ten minute race,  back and forth until we got to lap traffic on the last lap.   I sent it in a little hard on the last turn to bump chad to take the win by 4sec to win the main!!!

SC truck Bradley's Nexx10sc took the TQ by 5sec over Hyper10sc. In the ten minute main Chad was ahead by 10sec over me until the 8min mark when is truck Losi System over heated and started to smoke.  I took the lead and win the main!!

 
 Pos  Driver  Buggy
 1st/TQ
Jeremy KortzHyper 9 2.0


SC 4x4
1st
Jeremy Kortz
Hyper 10sc
Kortz and Hyper 9 wins at Hot Rod Hobbies - 8/20/11 by davegm
Reported by Jeremy Kortz - Hot Rod Hobbies:  The first round of qualifying 1st and TQed.  But in the second round Chad and I battled it out until I made a mistake over the quad section of the new track.  Chad went on to take the TQ with a time of 15laps at a 15-5.21.006 and I finished w a 14 laps at a 14-5.05.002, and Steven Best from Car Action was 3rd. 
So, in the 15min main I bumped Chad in the first turn when he got a little wide but I let him back bye the regain the lead, but after the triple he made a mistake which gave me the lead.  I lead up to the 5min mark until I hit lap traffic and I crashed and gave the lead to Best and Bradley in second, a couple of laps later Bradley flames of and I was in second, be hide Best!!!   After pit stops I took the lead and went on to win by about 15sec.

 
 Pos  Driver  Car/Truck
 1st
 Jeremy Kortz Hyper 9 2.0
Kortz and Hyper wins at Roadrunners - 8/19/11 by davegm
Reported by Jeremy Kortz - 8-19-11  Ventura Roadrunner raceway: It was the first time for me to race there in months!!  I was cool to see about 80 entry's.   You can only race one class so I ran 1/8 gas buggy!  There was only one heat of gas,  and in the first round of qualifying I set the TQ mark at 14 lap at a 5min and 18sec!  Second place best time was 13 laps at 5:06.  The start of the main I started last to work on my passing, and by the second lap I took over the lead and never looked back.  By the end of the 5min race I lapped the field to take win!
Also this was the first time my 4yrs son DANE raced SC trk beginner class and out of 20 trks he qualified 18th not bad for his first ever race!!!  He couldn't stay to race his main because of his bed time!! LOL It was really cool to see all the people come up and check out his trk, and wanted to know what kind of trk was that, because he hit everything and it didn't brake!!!

 
 Pos  Driver  Buggy
 1st/TQ
 Jeremy Kortz Hyper 9 2.0
Hyper 10sc takes One Two Three! - 8/17/11 by davegm
randy_kungReported by Randy Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway Club Racing - Today, Jason and Randy Kung decided to race their Hyper 10’s to prepare for the event happening this weekend. Today was a little different because the qualifiers and main events were both 6 minutes long. In the first qualifier, during the warm up lap, Randy took the triple-single line wrong and under jumped it landing on his front right arm breaking his arm. Jason decided to take the same line and the same thing happened. They both did not race the first qualifier. In the second round of qualifying Jason started in the first spot and Randy in the second. Jason was able to get a good start and took the win in the qualifier with a pace 5 seconds faster than the first round TQ pace. Randy was one second behind the first round TQ pace. As the main events began, Jason started from the number one spot, Jeremy Kortz in the second spot, and Randy in the third. In the first two minutes, there were many battles which included 3 Hyper 10’s, Losi’s, Durango’s, and the Nexx 10SC. Many battles were on and close during the 6 minute A-Main. In the last two minutes, Jason made a bobble which allowed Randy to take the lead. Than right after, Randy made a bobble which allowed Jason to take the lead right back. However, Jason took the double-double line in the center quad section and Randy took the triple-single lines. Randy took the lead, but competition in the top three were still close. However, time ran out and Randy finished in a pace of 17/5:05.3 while Jason finished in a 17/5:05.6 and Jeremy finishing in a 17/5:06.0. Between the top three drivers, each driver was separated by less than 0.4 seconds! It was a exciting race to watch and congratulations to the HoBao Hyper team racers for finishing in the top 3!

Pos.

Driver
4x4 SC
1st

Randy Kung
Hyper 10sc
2nd/TQ
Jason Kung Hyper 10sc
3rd

Jeremy Kortz Hyper 10sc
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Reported by Jeremy Kortz - Hyper 10sc truck Qualified 2nd Finished 3rd.   In the main event Randy Kung got out front and I crashed on the first lap and by the end of the main I was 3rd rite be hide the Kungs!!  1st to Randy Kung 2nd was Randy Kung
and me 3rd!  I was so happy for the Kungs beating me, it shows how much better their becoming!!

1/8 E-Buggy
I TQed by 10sec and in the 5min main I lead every lap and almost lapped the field.

Pos.

Driver
E Buggy
1st/TQ

Jeremy Kortz
Hyper 9e
2nd

Scott Wolf K
3rd

JLandis Williamis 8e

Kung's double at WCRC- 8/12/11 by davegm
randy_kungReported by Randy Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway Club Racing - It was a new layout at West Coast R/C raceway when Randy Kung decided to run his Hyper 10 in the 4wd division. We arrived not so long before racing so we didn’t have much practice time. In the first round of qualifying, Randy started second to last and was unable to get around some traffic. The TQ pace was a 14/5:15 set by OFNA driver, Gaige Herrera. In the second round of qualifying, he started second so he was able to take the early lead and finish with a new TQ pace of a 14/5:11. In the main events, Randy was able to hold onto the lead the whole way and finished in a pace of 14/5:13!

Pos.

Driver
4x4 SC
1st/TQ

Randy Kung
Hyper 10sc
2nd

Josh Gagnon Durango
3rd

Scott Howard Hyper 10sc

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jason_kungReported by Jason Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway: Jason Kung decided to race his Hyper Star in the 1-8th scale division. He has been testing a new Ready-To-Run motor and speed control. So he decided to race with that system to test it out. He also decided to run a Ready-To-Run servo along with that system. In the first round of qualifying, Jason was able to set the early TQ. Going into the second round, Jason took the win again and would begin in the number one spot for the mains. As the mains began, Jason never lost the lead and won the race earning the TQ and the win! The system and servo ran well the whole night and is a good set up for newcomers.


Pos.

Driver
E-Buggy
1st/TQ Jason Kung
HyperStar
3nd

Mike Whorton
8e

Jubal "AGAIN!!!! with a win" at JCP Raceway - 7/30/11 by DJ
Reported by Jubal Dike - $$$$$---Cash Race under the lights---$$$$$ - After a few weeks off it was back to the track for a chance to win some cold hard cash!!!! 73 entries came out to enjoy the 2 new layouts and to battle for the $$$.
   In Pro Ebuggy, my first two qualifiers left me sitting 3rd and a little off pace. After some adjustments I bettered my time by more than 20 secs which still left me Q3 but back up to speed with TQ Brian Seitz (Mugen ECO), Q2 Brian Bourland (Hyper 9e) and Q4 was Dan Rennekamp (Nexx8).
  At the tone to start the main, I found myself upside down in the third corner and watched the entire field drive by. Not a good start to say the least but 10 minutes is a long time so I just got back going and settled into my pace. Not but just a few laps in I was really clicking off some super fast laps and had quickly reeled in the leader, Bourland, and took over the top spot. I built a comfortable lead and was able to close out the deal with my fellow OFNA teammate Brian Bourland in second. This win felt pretty good considering I was a full lap off pace in the beginning of the day and was able to make the right car and driver adjustments to pull this off.

 Pos.  Driver  E Buggy
 1st  Jubal Dike
 Hyper 9E
 2nd  Brian Bourland
 Hyper 9E
 3rd  Tony Newland    8E

  Of course, last but not least, I want to thank everyone that helps me. Ofna, Tekin, BCE, Fastlane Graphix and Avid Bearings. Thank you all for your great products and support!!
Bourland takes wins and some cash at JCP Raceway - 7/30/11 by DJ
Reported by Brian Bourland - This weekend I raced out at JCP Raceway  for the "$$$$$$$---Cash Race under the lights---$$$$$$$" I ran 3 classes this weekend 4x4, nitro & ebuggy.  I won sc from 5th position on the grid after coming to grips with the track.  The 4x4 sc class was the biggest class of the night.  On my HyperStar I qualified 2nd and with the help of a 10 min strategy I pulled of another Win.  Then in E-buggy I set early TQ then in round 2 almost reset TQ but track gremlins denied the opportunity late in the charge.  I qualified 2nd and finished 2nd.  I ran the Hyperstar PBS.

Here is a story of the event: Saturday July 30 Jcp Raceway hosted the $$$$---Cash Race under the lights---$$$$.  The newly rebuilt tracks offered great racing on both sides.  And the 2 tracks provided a good mix of both 1/10 electric and 1/8 racers at the same facility.  In Pro4 I searched early for the right setup and after starting 5th with my Nexx10 SC along with the right tire choice my 4x4 went to the front and brought home the payday.  In Nitro buggy I missed pole by 2 sec and started p2.  In the main my HyperStar was dialed and a 10 min stopper insured the Win!  Next up was the Hyper9E and after starting 2nd and leading the way for the first half, Ofna teammate Jubal Dike took over and showed the way to the end.  For an Ofna 1-2 in the Ebuggy class.

 Pro 4
 Driver  Car/Truck
 1st  Brian Bourland  Nexx 10sc
 2nd  Devon Suter  SCTE
 3rd  Tony Neumann  SCTE
 Nitro Buggy    
 1st  Brian Bourland  HyperStar
 2nd  Devon Suter  408
 3rd  Jose Rocillo  8
 Electric Buggy    
 1st  Jubal Dike  Hyper 9
 2nd  Brian Bourland  Hyper 9
 3rd  Tony Neuaman
 8
Chad wins again with his Nexx10sc 4x4 - 7/19/11 by davegm
Reported by Chad Bradley - Saturday July 16th Hot Rod Raceway Pro 4wd SC - Hot Rod Hobbies Tuesday Night Nationals with 90 entries Tuesday night. In the Pro 4 Short Course Truck Class Chad Bradley with the new Nexx 10SC TQed round 2 of qualifying setting a time that beat out Stephen Bess's round 1 time, Bess ended up qualifying in the second spot. In the main event Chad pulled to an early lead and never looked back, Chad lead every lap of the main event to take the convincing win in the Pro 4 Short Course Class. Chad said the truck has been very fast and easy to drive, Bess 2nd  and Suarez rounded out the top 3!

4x4 Short course A-main Video

 Pos.
 Driver  Short Course
1st/TQ
Chad Bradley
Nexx10sc
2nd

Stephen Bess TLR
3rd

Andrew Suarez TLR

Sweep Tires/Radiopost Race#2 win for Gaige Herrera with Hyper9 - 7/23/11 by DJ
Reported by Gaige Herrera - Second round of the Radio Post/ Sweep points series at Revelation Raceway. There was a total of 11 heats and I signed up for the Amateur/ Intermediate class with my Hobao Hyper 9 Nitro. The first qualifier I had some radio problems and my steering was glitching like crazy all through out the 5 minutes. After getting the glitching problems solved it was time for the second qualifier and it was a really good run and ended up winning my heat and qualified second overall, seconds behind the TQ. Starting second on the grid, I got pushed wide in the first turn so didn't get a good start so by the first lap I was second to last on the first lap, half way through the race I got in a groove and caught up to the battle for the lead and managed to get around them when they tangled up. Was battling with Michael Vincent, team Kyosho driver for several minutes trading the lead between us lap after lap for most of the later part of the race till he crashed and I stretched out to a 27 second lead and ended up lapping all the way up to third and got the win. A good win for me as I had not attended the first race of the series and the winner from the first race did not attend so it puts me right there to challenge for the points lead.

 Pos  Driver  Buggy
 1st  Gaige Herrera
 Hyper 9 2.0
 2nd  Michael Vincent
 K
 3rd  Bill McEuen
 T

Chad takes the Nexx10sc to the front - 7/16/11 by davegm

Reported by Chad Bradley - Saturday July 16th Hot Rod Raceway Pro 4wd SC - Chad Bradley was back in action at Hot Rod Hobbies in Santa Clarita CA. racing the Nexx10SC. Chad took a little break from electric racing after a hectic nitro schedule the last few months, but with the upcoming national championships around the corner getting some running in before hand and chassis setups he said he feels pretty good for the race next month. With close to 15-20 drivers in the Pro 4wd Class Chad took the top spot going into the 10min main with the Nexx10SC as well as setting new track record for wet conditions, he lead from start to finish and was never really pressured for the win, he went on win by a lap over second place Andrew Suarez and Eric Beier.

4x4 Short course A-main Video

 Pos.
 Driver  Short Course
1st/TQ
Chad Bradley
Nexx10sc
2nd

Andrew Suarez AE
3rd

Eric Beier AE

Robin is out there! - 7/19/11 by davegm
Reported by Robin Nelson - This past weekend Team OFNA of South Carolina traveled down to Aiken for one of South Carolina's biggest races, The Watermelon Classic. The track is located in Boyd Pond County Park and goes by the name Outlaw Raceway. The track was awesome, red clay, hard packed and very technical layout. Ron and Andy run the track and did a great job all weekend. With temperatures soaring close to 100 degrees and super high humidity, 150 racers piled into the park for the race. Friday was practice day, with qualifying on Saturday. The mains were run on Sunday. I ran in the Pro Buggy and Mod 4x4 Short Course classes and Dustin McCutheon and Scottie Powell ran in the Sportsman Buggy class. On Saturday, I qualified 12th in Pro Buggy, which put me on the pole for the B-Main and I qualified 2nd in Short Course. Dustin qualified 2nd in Sportsman Buggy and Scottie qualified 18th in Sportsman Buggy.

On Sunday, I ran the first of the triple A mains for Short Course finishing 3rd and in the second main I finished 2nd. With these finishes in Short Course, my overall was 3rd place in Short Course. Scottie had a rough B-main and finished 8th in his first big race! Dustin started out strong but fell back and finished 4th in Sportsman Buggy. I ran my 15 min. B-Main and won which bumped me to the A-main. At the start of the A-Main I went from 11th to 3rd on the first lap and finished 4th after losing the tread on my tires towards the end of the race. All and all, we had a good time and the Hyper Star's looked good on the track all weekend. All of our cars were equipped with the new Werks B6 Pro engines and ran flawless all weekend. Thanks to all our sponsors that made this possible. I would also like to thank Shane "Pit Bull" Watson for the pit help. Team OFNA S.C. survived the Watermelon 2011. Later... 
Randy takes another win at WCRC- 7/2/11 by davegm
randy_kungReported by Randy Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway    West Coast Championship Points Series Round 7,    13 Heats It was the seventh round of the West Coast Championship Points series held at West Coast R/C Raceway. Randy raced his Hyper 10SC in the Expert 4WD SC division. Since there weren’t enough expert drivers, Randy would race with the Sportsman Class. In the first round of qualifying, Randy started 2nd to last. He was able to get the early TQ with a 13/5:06. That was the fastest he has ever gone on the layout. In the second round of qualifying, it was a battle between Randy and HongNor Driver, Gaige Herrera. Gaige was out front, and led the whole second round and won, however, he had a bobble near the end which made him one thousands of a second behind Randy’s TQ! In the main event, Randy was in the lead until he had a quick rollover before the straight. He was in second behind Gaige now. Randy was behind by about 3 seconds, but Gaige had a few bobbles near the end which gave Randy back the lead. Randy came back and took the win, finishing with a 13/5:04 giving him 101 points!

Pos.

Driver
4x4 SC
1st/TQ

Randy Kung
Hyper 10sc
2nd

Gaige Herrera Nexx 10sc
3rd

Danny Stojakovic AE 4x4

Another hot, humid summer club race at JCP RC - 7/9/11 by DJ
Reported by Jubal Dike - The day started off well with my Tekin RX8/T8 powered, BCE chassis, Hyper 9e setting the TQ mark in the Pro Buggy class after the first round. However, that would be the fastest I went in the 3 quals and ended up starting the main as the 2nd qualifier, 5 seconds off TQ. At the horn  I played it safe and decided I was just going to try and keep pace and not push for a pass. This worked out well since only a few turns into the first lap the leader got upside down handing me the top spot. This is where I would stay for the entire main, winning by 28 seconds over second and having laps on the rest of the field.

 Pos.  Driver  E-Buggy
 1st  Jubal Dike  Hyper 9E
 2nd  Brian Seitz  6e
 3rd  Bryce Carter  D8
Special thanks to Tekin, Ofna, BCE, Fastlane Graphix and Avid for their fantastic equipment and support.


Randy wins at Revelations Raceway - 6/18/11 by davegm
randy_kungReported by Randy Kung - Revelation Raceway O’Donnell Summer Championships - 14 Heats.  After a long break of outdoor racing, Randy Kung decided to see how his outdoor skills are with his HoBao Hyper 10 SC. He never got any practice with his short course. Instead, he just threw it down for the first race. He got the early TQ with a 9/5:09 actually doing every jump that 1-8th scale nitro car would do. In the second round of qualifying, Randy had too many bobbles and was unable to improve his TQ pace. In the main events, they changed a regular 5 minutes race to an 8 minute race. Randy knew he had to conserve his battery, so he did double singles instead of triples. After the 8 minute main, Randy lapped all the drivers and went home with the TQ and the win!

Pos.

Driver
4x4 SC
1st/TQ

Randy Kung
Hyper 10sc
2nd

Fred Steele TSC
3rd

Shane Flores AE 4x4

Randy takes another win at WCRC- 6/11/11 by davegm
randy_kungReported by Randy Kung -West Coast R/C Raceway Championship Points Series - 16 Heats.  For the fifth round of the West Coast Championship Points Series, Randy Kung would race his HoBao Hyper 10SC in the Expert 4WD SC class. However, today didn’t have enough experts to create a class, so the experts ran with the sportsman drivers. In the first round of qualifying, Randy started from the back, which made him have to get around drivers. He was still able to set the early TQ, but not a pace Randy was looking for. In the second round of qualifying, Randy started from the front and had a clean start. As he went around the track, he had a clean run and was able to increase his TQ pace into a 15/5:01. As the main events began, Randy started from the pole and led the whole race finishing in a 15/5:04 giving him another TQ and win!

Pos.

Driver
4x4 SC
1st/TQ

Randy Kung
Hyper 10sc
2nd

Scott Howard Hyper 10sc

King Kung's still getting Double Wins! - 6/4/11 by davegm
randy_kungReported by Randy Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway Championship Points Series Round 4 - 14 Heats.  For the fourth round of the West Coast Championship Points Series, Randy Kung is in the lead for the Expert 4WD SC division. In the first round of qualifying, Randy was able to set the early TQ with a 15/5:03. IN the second round of qualifying, Randy wanted to see if he can go faster by pushing the car. He did create faster lap times, but it also created more bobbles, so he was unable to set a faster TQ pace. In the mains, Randy started from the number one spot, he took off with the lead and never lost it. He was able to beat his 15/5:03 pace, finishing in a 15/5:00 giving him the TQ and the win.

Pos.

Driver
4x4 SC
1st/TQ

Randy Kung
Hyper 10sc
2nd

Casey Juarez AE 4x4
3rd

Scott Howard Hyper 10sc

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jason_kungReported by Jason Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway: For the fourth round of the West Coast Championship Points Series, Jason Kung is also in the lead for the Expert 1-8th Scale division. In the first round of qualifying, Jason Kung had a few bobbles and was unable to set the early TQ pace. The TQ pace that Jason needed to beat was a 16/5:17. In the second round, Jason kept his driving consistent and fast. He beat the TQ pace by 6 seconds finishing in a 16/5:11. In the main events, Jason started from the pole and took the win as the only driver to go 16 laps.


Pos.

Driver
E-Buggy
1st/TQ Jason Kung
HyperStar
2nd

Scott Howard Hyper 9e
3rd

Kaulin Hall
8e

HyperStar wins at Revelation Raceway - 7/2/11 by DJ
Reported by Dustin Bullard - I had a fantastic run at Revelation Raceway on Saturday during our weekly club race. The novice division was stacked with some very good drivers and we all had a great time! We had three - 5 minute qualifiers and a 15 Minute Main. I qualified 3rd overall while searching for the perfect setup for Rev and once we had it dialed in the Hyper Star was on FIRE, I finished the A-Main in 1st place with a 24-15:28 averaging 38.6s/lap! I grabbed the lead out of the gate and managed a commanding lead on the field until the adrenalin kicked in after about 5 laps, I started to get a little too aggressive and spent enough time on my lid to drop back to fourth place. A few laps later I managed to pull myself together and I started to put down my best laps of the day and even managed to put down my best lap ever @ 34.9s. By the end of the race I had pulled myself back into the lead and even managed a lap on the field. The HoBao HyperStar with the JL .21Pro Nitro engine and  Hong Nor 2047 pipe was really working together and fast, I'm glad I had some AKA Gridirons on my buggy to "Handle It!!!!"

 Pos  Driver  Buggy
 1st  Dustin Bullard  HyperStar
 2nd  Fred Steele  8
 3rd  Wayne Coffman  808

King Kung's still getting Double Wins! - 4/28/11 by davegm
randy_kungReported by Randy Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway Championship Points Series Round 3 - 18 Heats.  For the third round of the West Coast championship Points Series, Randy is leading the series so far and he hopes to extend his lead. Randy Kung ran his HoBao Hyper 10SC In the Expert 4WD SC division. In the first round of qualifying, Randy has electronic issues and didn’t start the race. However, in the second round of qualifying, Randy was able to take the TQ with a 15/5:03. He would earn the TQ point ad start in the pole position for the main. As the tone for the race went off, Randy would have a good 2 second lead by the first lap. He had a good lead when the race was about over, but Randy bobbled and the competition came closer. Randy was still able to hold his position and take the TQ and Win for the third round of the West Coast Championship Points Series.

Pos.

Driver
4x4 SC
1st/TQ

Randy Kung
Hyper 10sc
2nd

Casey Juarez AE 4x4
3rd

Scott Howard Hyper 10sc

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jason_kungReported by Jason Kung - West Coast R/C Raceway: In the third round of the West Coast Championship Points Series, Jason is also leading in the Expert 1-8th scale class. Today, he runs his Hyper 9 wand hopes to extend his lead. In the first round of qualifying, he tried different tires and had issues in some sections. He was unable to get the TQ. In the second round of qualifying, he set the fastest qualifying time he has ever ran with a 16/5:12. As the main event began, Jason would lead from the pole position and take the win as well finishing in a 16/5:13.

Pos.

Driver
E-Buggy
1st/TQ Jason Kung
Hyper 9er
2nd

Scott Howard Hyper 9e
3rd

Kaulin Hall
8e

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