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HongNor won the 4nd Round of Belgium Championship - 9/17/11 by davegm
Reported by Hong Nor - Last weekend was the fourth round of the Belgian championship 1 / 8 Gas & 1 / 8 Brushless.  The weather was unstable and at the end of the final expert had a few showers.  The track of the MBRC is fast with great grip and is very tricky after a 8 hours endurance held a few weeks ago.  HongNor team driver Robert Raphael managed to win both expert and Brushless classes with his X2-CR and NEXX8-E. Congratulations!

Pos.

Driver
1/8 Buggy
1st/TQ
Robert Raphael X2-CR
2nd

 Nicolas Decamp
-
3nd

Roger Cappeleman
-

Pos.
Driver
e-Buggy
1st/TQ
Robert Raphael Nexx8e
2nd
Nicolas risser -
3rd
Loic Voumard -

Kortz takes second at Nitrohouse Open - 9/17/11 by davegm
Reported by Neobuggy.com  - Revelation Raceway:  The Nitrohouse Open had 100 entries and consistent of two qualifiers and mains.  TLR factory pilot Adam Drake set the pace in both rounds of buggy by being the only driver to turn 10 laps.   In the buggy final Drake was followed close by HyperStar Jeremy Kortz and Drew Moller in the opening laps, but Drake ran solid the entire 30 minutes and won the final by more than one lap.

 
 Pos  Driver  1/8 Buggy
 1st/TQ
Adam Drake
8
 2nd
Jeremy Kortz
HyperStar
 3rd
Drew Moller8
Local Joe Series Final Round - 9/17/11 by DJ
Reported by Michael Mallot - This weekend I traveled to Reo Raceway in Rockport, IN for the final round of the Local Joe race series. This was a 6 race series that consisted of 2 different tracks, Reo Raceway in Rockport, IN and SRI Raceway in Louisville, KY. I came into the final round with a slight lead after the throw outs. I had missed the last couple of rounds while I was doing the other big car stuff this summer. It was now or never to take down the title. 
 
The 1/8 E-Buggy class had been a very highly attested class the whole series and I knew I had to have a solid finish this race to take the overall points title. The 1st round got started and I got off to a fast start and was in a good rhythm clicking of consistent laps. I ended up the first round sitting 4th so I was happy with that. I made a tire change for the 2nd round and that was the ticket. The 2nd qual I got off to a quick start once again and the car was really good. I had the right tires and enough traction. I had a good run going and made a few mistakes but I was fast enough to jump up to 2nd overall after the 2nd qual. 3rd round and the car was really good so I just stayed smooth and consistent all round and ended up qualifying 2nd for the A main. I knew I had to finish 6th or better to take the title going into the main. The A main I got off to a good start and was just running consistent laps and not trying to push to hard. I was content with staying in 2nd and just cruising. About the halfway mark I cased the triple really hard and the car shut off. I was now in panic mode. The marshal picked up the car and looked at it and couldn't see anything wrong. He finally looked at the switch and it had gotten jarred loose and had shut off. He flipped the switch back on and I was back going. After having the mishap and I had dropped all the way to the back and was now a lap down to the guy I was battling with in the points. Once I got going again I just put my head down and got back into a solid rhythm and was setting a blistering pace. I got back around the lead pack and got my lap back and was now picking off drivers and moving back up threw the pack. I was not sure where I was but with about a minute to go I had gotten back to 4th so I just kept the hammer down down and knew if I stayed there I had the title. When the final tone sounded I ended up 4th for the night but I had wrapped up the overall points title. I was stoked that I was able to come back and finish the way I did after having the freak thing happen with the switch shutting off. I took the title by a mere 4 points over second. I had a good series with the 4 out of 6 rounds I was able to run I took 3 TQ awards, 2 wins, 1 3rd, and 1 4th.
 
I couldn't have done this without all of my sponsors helping me out and giving me the opportunity to run the best products in the industry. My OFNA/BCE Hyper 9e was solid all year and I never had one breakage or failure in all 4 races. My Tekin equipment and AKA tires were also flawless the whole series and gave me the power and grip I needed throughout the summer to get the solid finishes I had this year. The PT RC oils were so smooth and consistent all summer in the heat and in the cool I knew I had no worries of the shocks or diffs fading under either conditions. 
 
 Thanks again to all my great sponsors. I couldn't do all the racing I am without your help.
Chad wins with his Nexx10sc 4x4 - 9/19/11 by davegm
Reported by Chad Bradley - Friday Night Pro 4 SC Racing at Hot Rod hobbies. The Pro 4 SC class had a pretty good turn out with 11 trucks total for the night. In qualifying it was Stephen Bess taking the TQ in round 2 of qualifying beating out Chad Bradley's time by a half second from round 1. Chad failed to finish the second round due to a wreck early on the qualifier. In the 8 minute main Bess lead out on the first lap with Chad following closely with the Nexx10 SC in second, Chad was able to pass Stephen on the back strait on the first lap. Chad pulled to close to half lap lead in the first half of the main, a couple costly mistakes by Bradley and Bess was back out in front. Later in the main Chad was able to get around Bess for the lead and the win driving the Nexx10 SC. Chad said it felt good getting the win despite all the mistakes and the truck was good itself as well, could of been better cause the nights are starting to get cold and said it would of handled a little better with a lighter suspension setup.

4x4 Short course A-main Video

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

Stephen Bess TLR

A Race Report by Dustin Mc Cutcheon - 9/15/11 by DJ
Reported by Dustin McCutcheon - This past weekend I traveled to a new track in Silver City North Carolina for the 5th round of the NCCS series.  I am currently running in 4th place of 62 cars in my class.  My family and I arrived at the track on Friday to get some practice in before the next day of qualifying and racing.  I soon realized that the setup that I had on my Hyperstar was going to work great with the track and it was going to be a tire game.  Unfortunately the tires that I had with me were small pin tires and this being a new track the dirt was still a little fluffy.  I then went to a few of the pros that were there and purchased a tire that suited the track.  So Saturday morning I had a lot of confidence in my car and my setup and was looking toward to showing everyone how great my Hyperstar is!!  With some bad luck I was qualified 9th overall but had turned lap times that were the fastest in my class!!!!  When the main started I went from 9th to 4th in the very first lap.  I continued in 4th for the first segment of the race but after a great pit stop I came out in 3rd place and never looked back.  Thanks a lot for a great car and looking forward to getting my car on the podium more often.

Nexx 8 and Nexx 10sc take wins at the Heartnut Festival Cash Race - 9/10/11 by DJ

Reported by Jubal Dike - JCP/RC was back at it again for the Heartnut Festival Cash Race in Saturday. With a sketchy forecast it scared some of the out of towner's away, but we still ended up with 68 entries.  As luck would have it the tracks were dialed all day/night long till the last main (ebug), then mother nature couldn't hold back any longer!

I entered both Pro4 and 1/8 electric buggy for the day. With basically zero practice time because of prior engagements, I was behind right from the start.

We ran qual points this race, which is not the norm for JCP. This would prove to cost me the TQ in Pro4 and 3rd in ebug qualifying. I ended up 3rd and 4th in the two classes regardless.

In the Pro4 main I received an unwelcome shove off the track by an overzealous driver which put me deep in the field. This proved to cost me any chance of winning because by the time I worked through everyone I was already almost a lap down. However with determination and some luck, as well as a dialed Nexx10 and new Tekin Pro4 Motor, I was able to finish second.

At the tone for the ebuggy main the sky lit up an the sprinkles and thunder started. I got off to a good start and was instantly working on the leaders. As the rain picked up I was swapping the lead with Ralph Krum (Nexx8) and we were only 5 secs in front of Brian Bourland (Hyper Star E). About halfway through I had a battery connection fail ending my night. This ended up being not such a bad thing. About the time I got my buggy from the track the rain cut loose! The race continued in the downpour with Ralph and Bourland finishing 1-2! Their cars were a MESS an they were soaked!

 Pos  Driver  4x4 SC
 1st  Ralph Krum  Nexx10sc
 2nd  Jubal Dike  Nexx10sc
 3rd  Tony Neuman  TSC
 --------    E-Buggy
 1st  Ralph Krum  Nexx 8e
 2nd  Brian Bourland  HyperStar E
 3rd  Bryan Seitz  MBXe
 --------    Buggy
 1st  Bryan Sietz  MBX
 2nd
 Brian Bourland HyperStar
 3rd
 Dave Taylor K

Kortz getting Double Wins! - 9/7/11 by davegm
Reported by Jeremy Kortz - OCRC indoor track: 4x4 SC truck, I TQed by 8seconds over their local fast guy!!  And in the 5min main I crashed once again in the first lap and had to work my way back up to the lead by the 2min mark I regained the lead and went on to win by 10sec.

1/8 ele. buggy,  I TQed by 7sec and once again crashed on the first turned but by the 3rd lap regained the lead and it was a 7min race.   The old track record was held by Steven Heartson Associated,  I set new track record by over 6 sec.  to take the win in the main!!!!!

 
 Pos  Driver  Buggy
 1st/TQ
Jeremy KortzHyper 9 2.0


SC 4x4
1st/TQ
Jeremy Kortz
Hyper 10sc
Kortz and Hyper wins at Hot Rod Hobbies - 9/6/11 by davegm
Reported by Jeremy Kortz - Hot Rods Hobbies:  1/8 gas buggy I TQed by 8 seconds!! and in the 12 min main I got taken out in the first turn by a DJ Silva and by the 2min mark I regained the lead for the rest of the mainand went on to win by over a lap!!!  2nd place DJ Silva, 3rd Vince Kolbe.

4x4 SC Truck, I TQed by a lap just missing out on the track record by Chad Bradley Nexx10sc.  In the 8 min main I lead every lap to take the win by a lap over the field!!  2nd Matt D 3rd not sure of his name by he was driving a TSC truck!!

 
 Pos  Driver  Buggy
 1st/TQ
Jeremy KortzHyper 9 2.0
 2nd
DJ Silva
K
 3rd
Vince Kolbe
-


SC 4x4
1st
Jeremy Kortz
Hyper 10sc
2nd
Matt D.
TSC
Hyper wins at Roadrunners - 9/2/11 by davegm
Reported by Jeremy Kortz -  Ventura RoadRunners: 1/8 Gas Buggy,  It was a 5min qualifier and I set new track record by 2seconds over my last record!!   14 laps at 5min and 16sec!!  And in the 5min main I crashed in the first lap to fall back to third and by the 2nd lap I regained the lead to take the win by 15sec over Vince Kolbe and Kevin Thather .
 
 Pos  Driver  Buggy
 1st/TQ
Jeremy KortzHyper 9 2.0
 2nd
Vince KolbeK
 3rd
Kevin Thather
8
Chad wins with his Nexx10sc 4x4 - 9/2/11 by davegm
Reported by Chad Bradley - Hot Rod Raceway in Santa Clarita Ca. held their 2nd Driver Appreciation Race Friday night with discounted race entry fees as well as a free dinner. Hot Rod Hobbies holds their driver appreciation club race every first Friday of the month. The Pro 4 SC class had 16 drivers in attendance with a total of 80-90 entries Fri. night. Chad Bradley driving the Nexx10SC set the tq time in both rounds of qualifying with Stephen Bess from Car Action putting his 4wd SC in the second position after qualifying. A few heats before the Pro 4 SC main, both Bess and Bradley had a hard fought 1/8 nitro main, so the Pro 4 main looked to be another good battle. Bess challenged Chad for the first few minutes of the Pro 4 main till a mistake by Bess either over a jump or corner allowed Chad to pull to a comfortable lead and eventually the win in the 8 minute main event. Chad said this was one of best nights that his Nexx10SC felt, he said he was able to drive it extremely hard, throwing it into the corners, "It was just real fun to drive, very fast in and out of the corners" Chad said.

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

Stephen Bess TLR
3rd

Eric Beier Durango

2nd Annual Labor Day Shootout at Indy RC 9/3/11 by DJ

Reported by Michael Malott -  I was ready to go for the e buggy class. I knew a few new guys had made the switch from Nitro to Electric and had gotten really fast the the 1/8 buggy class was going to be a fast and hard class to win. I ran a couple packs in practice to get ready for the quals. My car was good right from the get go so I just left it alone. The first qual started really well and I was flying and on a TQ pace when it all started to go south. I got into traffic and started making a lot of mistakes and that drooped me down off of TQ pace. I ended up 3rd for the round so I was pretty happy with that. The 2nd round of quals started and after the shuffle I was in the A qualifier. The qual started off bad and right from the start, I was making stupid mistakes again and was having some troubles. I got the car rolling mid way through the qual and was clicking off fast laps and making up a lot of time but it was to late for the qual. I ended up 4th for the round and that is where I would start on the grid for the final. The A main got off to a good start and everybody was able to get away clean. Fellow OFNA team driver Brian Bourland had jumped out to an early lead and I had settled into 2nd. Bourland was setting a fast pace and I was pushing really hard to catch up to him. I was making up a little time and he got into traffic and had a few issues and made a few mistakes to let me catch up. I finally got to him and ran right behind him for about 4 laps putting pressure on him hoping he would make a mistake. In one section of tha track I was a little faster then he was and I put a lot of pressure on him and he let me go. I got to the lead and he stayed right with me pacing me the whole way. We got to lap traffic once again and I was able to get through it clean but Bourland got hung up with a lapper and that gave me the advantage I needed to pull away and take the win. I was super pumped with the results after being off the pace in quals and coming back and winning the A main. 

Also Brian Bourland and Jubal Dike were also out in attendance, showing how fast the Hypers were as Bourland took 2nd and Jubal just missing the podium in 4th

   OFNA DRIVERS ON A TEAR!!! 

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
    _____________________________________________

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

___________________________________________________

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

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