Mattia Collavo joins the Serpent Factory team.

This is what Mattia had to say:

I am very happy to join the serpent team, i see it as the beginning of a nice and long cooperation, i will do my best at national and international race, thank Serpent and Star rc for the opportunity.

Team Serpent

Lee Chun Yin joins the Serpent Factory team.

This is what Lee Chin had to say.

I want to say big thanks to serpent for this opportunity! i look forward to the next race and new challenge with my 990 and x20'23. Hope i can get some good result to the team.

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Oliver Mack is back where it all began Team Serpent

I am happy being back after such a long time, the brand where it all began, back to the roots. I am absolutely motivated to show good results and to give my best for Serpent.
I am really looking forward to that journey together.

Oliver Mack
Team Serpent

Serpent Viper 990E is ready to ship!!

The Serpent Viper 990E is the successor of the successful 988E/989E.

We have spent a lot of testing and research to improve the former electric powered 1-8 platforms. We put a lot of emphasis on the flex characteristic since that showed very promising results.
On top of that we improved weight, weight distribution and ease of maintenance.
A lot of the development went into the transmission. The goal was to have a bullet-proved, yet very free transmission

HOTRACE Asia Cup race report By Jeff Hamon

I made the journey to Hong Kong from Brisbane on the last weekend in April to attend the 2023 HOTRACE Asia Cup. The Event was held at the famous TRC Track (Tom Racing Circuit), located in a tropical surrounding about 30min from the major city of Kowloon. The unique track is built on a slope which gives some nice elevation change throughout the lap, the surface not very abrasive on tyres however patches of worn asphalt creates some interesting bumps that sometimes can not be avoided. A relatively tight layout with a fast sweeper meant that a well balanced and maximum rotation setup was needed.
I arrived to the track Thursday morning with my race buddy and guide Kenrick, I cycled through my engines to make sure they were all tuned and setup for the hot and humid conditions while also learning the layout. Friday I worked on setup, proving to be a little challenging with the UV and Temps really changing the cars balance between runs, I settled on what I thought would be in the window and prepared for Saturdays quals.

Seeding 3rd in official practice, we set on to the 4min qualifying rounds. My first run was a little messy finishing in 4th, I managed to get 3rd in the remaining rounds until some rain stalled proceedings. The decision was to run 1 more round on Sunday before the mains. I continued to make setup changes to chase the track. Another 3rd in the last round meant we would be competing in super pole to try for a direct spot in the main! As anyone that has done a super pole before would know, the nerves are real! Just missing out on the fastest lap meant I would need to compete in the 30min semi final.

I quickly charged and prepped my 990, the strategy was to only change the outside tyres and to stay out of troubleÂ….. The start was great, leading and creating a gap, we had some tangles while overtaking lapped cars which was a little intense but in the end everything worked well and we could finish 1st with two laps up our sleeve.

The 45min Amain!
My favorite thing about RC racing is long finals – Strategy, speed, teamwork, stamina and awareness all comes in to play. We had a clean start, getting pretty close to Carmine in the first few laps, settling into a rhythm while trying to conserve tyres we cruised around in 3rd position until Carmine had some unfortunate luck which bumped us to 2nd. Having some nice battles and fighting a hard charging local we were always fighting! The 990 was epic with the new Blitz Speed body allowing us to secure 2nd postion after 178 laps.

Im really proud of the result and really happy to meet my international friends again! Thank you to my mechanics Giovanni and Natanele, James and all the guys at TRC and especially the Serpent HK guys!

Setup can be found here:

See you at the next race,
Jeff Hamon

Race report from Team Serpent Puerto Rico

The BRCC NEOS 2023 Rd 4 was held at the Barceloneta rc complex in Puerto Rico in wich our team once again did super.

In the 1/10 Nitro class Diego Fagundo qualified 3rd and won the event. His Serpent 750 Evo worked flawlessly giving Diego the chance to Win the race.

In the GT8 Nitro class Carlie Lopez once again dominated. Having issues qualifying Carlie had to settle to start 2nd in the grid. In the main his Serpent SRX8 2023 was on rails and Carlie was able to finish on top.

In the GT8 Electric Class Manuel Sandoval does the hat trick. TQ, Fastest lap and Won the event.
His SRX8 WC was on point all day allowing Manuel to win the event.

Great job guys!!!

Jeff Hamon wins GT Pre Worlds at the John Grant International Raceway in Sydney

2023 GT Pre Worlds Report

The 2023 Worlds warm up event was held over the first weekend of April, fortunately for me the track is only a short 10 hour drive from my homeÂ…
Ready to hit the track for open practice on Wednesday we were unfortunately greeted with some wet conditions – After some hours and a bit of bench racing we could hit the track in the early afternoon and got some laps in.

The track is very smooth with really only one major bump leading onto the main straight, it is flowy with 3 heavy braking areas that require a stable rear that also provides a lot of rotation. Very Fun!

After dialing in my engines I was ready to work on setup for Thursdays practice sessions. Working with all the Serpent Team – Ric, John, Ross, Jason to name a few we all managed to get a nice driveable car.

Friday was Controlled practice and seeding followed by 2x Rounds of qualifying. I utilized the CP rounds to continue progressing my setup and trying different options. Q1 came around quickly – Not 100% sure on how my fuel economy was I tried to ‘bank’ the first run resulting in a TQ for the round.

A luxury the track has is the ability to race under lights! I was a little concerned for Q2 due to my body being predominately black… As I squinted through the exhaust fumes comfortably leading my car started to feel a little strange – This feeling was my front left wheel nut coming loose eventuating in a 3 wheeled GT car, suffice to say I was unable to finish.

We woke up to again a wet Saturday which was scheduled to have the final 4 Quails, after a steller job by the club volunteers to dry the track we managed to start the program.

The Serpent SRX8GTÂ’23 was dialed! Managing to take with win in all the remaining rounds resulting in the overall TQ.

Unfortunately Sunday mother nature won, not able to start the 1 hour A-Main the race meeting was declared and results would be based on qualifying – I was pretty bummed not to have the opportunity to race but still super happy for the whole team and result.

I would like to thank all the organizers of NSWRCRCC and everyone that gave up their valuable time to volunteer so we could all enjoy racing our RC cars! Also thank you to my sponsors and Andrew for his help over the weekend.

Jeff Hamon
Team Serpent

New Serpent SRX8GT 23 options are available now

Aero Front Bumper is available now.

The faster you go the more down force and aerodynamics matter. At Serpent we understand that as well as anybody. In order to achieve the down force and flow of air we wanted, we constructed an entirely new High airflow front bumper.

This bumper does a fantastic job of channeling the air under that chassis. Not only does it improve air flow, but increases downforce. We were able to achieve higher top speed as well as corner speed with our all new aero bumper.

All New Side Body support and mounting system.

Keeping your body supported at low and high speed is a huge deal. In order for the aerodynamics of any body or body thickness to work, you have to make sure the body never deforms or loses its shape. The sides are generally the first things to start flapping when the air speeds increase. In order to prevent the flapping and deforming affects of air speed, we now have a new mounting system you can use to support, or mount the body to. This all increases your cars ability to go faster, with fewer disturbances in the flow of air you can harness more mph or down force. You could call this the anti flapper if you want, but once you try it, I donÂ’t think you will ever go back.

Light Weight 4mm chassis with adjustable flex.

When racing in high grip, low grip or no grip at all, flex is a powerful tool. This new chassis has 6 different pockets spread out in the key areas to control the flex, whether the front or the rear and more towards the center. Whether you want more flex at the front to control the steering or more flex at the rear at the rear to control rear end grip, this chassis has you covered.

Another caveat is the chassis is also over 30 grams lighter than the standard kit chassis. With the carbon fiber panels installed, it really looks devilishly sick.

Lightweight Outdrives and Centering Cross Pin:

When lap times matter most as any level racer would agree, consistency lap after lap would be of top priority. Being the first company to introduce this system into 1/8th onroad GT we are confident they will not only improve lap time, but life of your differentials. Creating more of a solid axle effect, while still allowing differential action, these all new lightweight outdrives and 1 piece crosspin are a huge improvement in performance. Reducing binding on the internal gears and outdrives, the diff runs smoother longer without any premature damage. These are an absolute game changer for GT enthousiasts.

601280 HTD diff X-shaft alu SRX8

601281 Diff outdrive (2) V2

601282 Diff outdrive center (2) V2

Race report from Team Serpent Puerto Rico

Diego Fagundo Wins the 3rd Round of the NEOS series in PR with the Serpent 750 Evo.

Manuel Sandobal TQ and Won the GTE Class with the Serpent SRX8 WC.

Carlie Lopez TQ and finished 2nd with the New Serpent SRX8 2023.

Alejandro Fagundo showed up to run just the final and Finished 3rd with the new Serpent 990.

Great job from the Team!!!

Chassis focus Jose Almonte's SRX8 Gt '23 and SRX8 GTE

Here are the pictures of the layout and parts he used at the double win at the Florida Winternats at the Nuggets rc track.

Race report from Puerto Rico

In Puerto Rico the BRCC Neos Rd2

Carlie Lopez won the Nitro GT class starting last. Carlie set the fastest lap of the event.
Manuel Sandoval Finished 3rd.
Luis Ulloa Finished 4th.
Ramon Negron Finished 6th.
Gabriel Vazquez Finished 7th.

In the GTE Class it was Manuel Sandoval who TQ and Won.
Manu also had the fastest lap of the event for the class.
In Second finished teammate Carlos Ramos.

In the 17.5 Pro Spec Class debuting with the X20 Diego Fagundo TQ and finished 2nd.
Diego showed great potential in his first outing with the car.

Good job of Team Serpent Puerto Rico!!!

Jose Almonte sweeped the GT classes at the recent Florida Winternats in the US Taking P1 in both Nitro and EP

This is what Jose had to say after the event!

I was able to attend the 47th Annual Florida WinterNats at Nuggets Ranch RC Raceway.
Ran 2 ClassesÂ… GT Nitro and GTE.

In Gt Nitro i was able to qualify 2nd behind my lil man and teammate Carlie Lopez who TQ his first ever big event. In the Final i was able to take the Win and become the 2023 Wintermats Nitro GT Champion.

My SRX8 GT 2023 was really good all week.

In GTE i was able to TQ and Win becoming the 2023 Winternats Champion.
My SRX8 GTE WC was on rails all week.

Great atmosphere in the pits. The team worked together all week and the results are there.
Congratulations to the Team for the great Job!
Last but not least i would like to thank Greg Esser, Melanie Esser and the hole crew for putting such a great event together for us. Everything was on point as usual. Thanks!

Jose Almonte
Team Serpent

Gabriele Paloschi wins GT Miami Grand Prix!

Gabriele made a great debut on his first Miami Grand prix race.

With TQ and win in the GT class with his just released Serpent SRX8 GT Â’23.

Serpent had 5 cars in the main final with the spots 2,4,5 and 10 we where the most successful car in the final.

Great job for the whole Serpent Team!!

Serpent SRX8GT '23 is shipping now!!!

The SRX8GT ‘23 has been re-worked from the ground up. Customer and racers alike wanted a faster, lighter, more nibble and reliable race car heading into the new racing season. Although we have enjoyed many great race wins and successes in the world of GT racing, it was time for us to push the evolution of the class yet again. The engineering group went to work, discussing all aspects and weak points of our previous model. After countless concepts and discussions, we had formulated the best possible plan to create the greatest successor we could. With nothing short of maximum performance on the track and devilish good looks on the pit table, the new SRX8GT ‘23 was born; we don’t think you will be disappointed.

Serpent SRX8GT '23 is shipping now!!!

The SRX8GT ‘23 has been re-worked from the ground up. Customer and racers alike wanted a faster, lighter, more nibble and reliable race car heading into the new racing season. Although we have enjoyed many great race wins and successes in the world of GT racing, it was time for us to push the evolution of the class yet again. The engineering group went to work, discussing all aspects and weak points of our previous model. After countless concepts and discussions, we had formulated the best possible plan to create the greatest successor we could. With nothing short of maximum performance on the track and devilish good looks on the pit table, the new SRX8GT ‘23 was born; we don’t think you will be disappointed.

Serpent SRX8GT '23 is shipping now!!!

The SRX8GT ‘23 has been re-worked from the ground up. Customer and racers alike wanted a faster, lighter, more nibble and reliable race car heading into the new racing season. Although we have enjoyed many great race wins and successes in the world of GT racing, it was time for us to push the evolution of the class yet again. The engineering group went to work, discussing all aspects and weak points of our previous model. After countless concepts and discussions, we had formulated the best possible plan to create the greatest successor we could. With nothing short of maximum performance on the track and devilish good looks on the pit table, the new SRX8GT ‘23 was born; we don’t think you will be disappointed.

Jesus Diaz 2022 ROAR Paved On-Road Nationals Race Report

Track conditions and weather were good with medium to high traction.
Got a great start on Thursday by seeding 1st in all three classes.
Let me start with Serpent S120 PRO. By far the best asphalt 1/12 chassis
I have built & driven.

Chassis was box stock with kit springs other than the
servo saver and some shimming. I will address this on set up sheet.
Car was amazing in GT12, Allowing me to T/Q All four Qualifiers and win
first two A-Mains uncontested for the NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP.

Moving on to the Serpent F110-SF4. I must say F1 is my favorite class on
asphalt. I have been running this chassis for some time now and got some
set-up tricks. But by far this is best one yet. Front control tires were way to
aggressive almost shredding and pushing half way through a run. Thanks
to my team mate Brandon Diaz and a late night in hotel we re-located ESC
and receiver from side of chassis to front of servo (DREMEL REQUIRED)
allowing removal of front added weight. This got our F1Â’s down to 1025Gr
with much more agile balance and much better tire wear. I was able to T/Q
three rounds and win the first two A-Mains for the NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
with Brandon Diaz T/Qing one and taking second overall.

Pretty sure we both
set track records with matching 15.3 hot laps. Our Serpent F1Â’s were just
a pleasure to drive. In VTA I ran Serpent 4x Medius chassis with X20/21
steering upgrades. Chassis is great for this class. Great set-up window.
Also T/Q all four rounds. Won 1st A-Main. Got on the curb in 2nd A-main
traction rolled and fought back to 4th. Lead most of the 3rd A-main but
got run down in last few laps and ended up taking 2nd overall. Stepping up to X20/23 chassis that are amazing and running S/S & Mod touring.
Big thanks to Serpent, DeSoto Racing, and Joaquin DeSoto for all the help
and support. And as a bonus win, F1 Serpent/Trinity Livery paint scheme

Alvaro his report from the EC 1/8 in Valencia.

Alvaro his report from the EC 1/8 in Valencia. 

The European Championship 2022 1/8 On Road at the awesome Almussafes track was my first big event to race. The idea was to get experience and learn with the best drivers in Europe.

We arrived on Monday to this fantastic and technical track we know it from Spanish Championship as we raced there 2-3 times. You need a good engine and the 2-speed on point there!

Free practice was very good and we found a good setup for this tyres and the car was very good with big tyres and very very constant also. On reallocation we entered on group 8 with really fast drivers.

All the good things from free practice and reallocation changed in the first qualifying . I made a mistake in the chicane and hit the wall and I broke the right rear end of my car. One mistake in the worst moment...

Second qualifying we tried to end it as fast as possible. The car was not good and also unpredictable as we not saw an also broken right steeringblock from the first qualifying.

We checked all our Serpent 990 and in the third qualifying things went very good with a Top 9 overall.

Q4 and Q5 was not bad but sometimes the track changed a lot in different hours and we not completely understand it for our setup. And the end 15th overall and a place in the Semifinal A. To be honest, for me a very good result with our experience and better than expected!

In the Semifinal the track was different another time. Some rain delayed the race and a lot of wind appears on the final day. Our pace was not very good in the begining but in the second part of the Semifinal with smaller tyres the car was very good, constant, the pace was very good and no mistakes let me to finish in 4th position and we got finally a place in the Main Final!  Honestly, incredible for me! Really incredible and sooo happy for that!

In the Main Final our S990 was also very good. Once there we go out to enjoy and run as much as possible without errors. It was very windy and it was easy to make mistakes. In the end we enjoyed a lot! It only hurt us a little not to advance the second tire change. We lost some precious time on track but a final 5th place on this European Championship is a really incredible result for us and it is a dream for me!

Thank you to Fran and my father for the pit stops and tire changes!  And thank you to the hole Serpent Team!  It has been a pleasure to meet you all!

See you next time!

Alvaro Fernández

Team Serpent

Setup can be found here:

Serpent Medius X20 '23 carbon is shipping now!!

The wait is over, the all new X20 '23 is ready to ship!!!

A continual evolution of the original X Series of Touring Cars!
The 1/10 Touring car market has changed with some new and innovative designs – We have been working hard on our latest and best EP touring car yet, we present the X20 ‘23! New and improved suspension geometry giving you maximum rotation! Featuring a beautifully engineered aluminium rear diff, along with a completely new designed rear upper arm link setup providing increased adjustability. New shocks are also included with a larger 13mm bypass system. The Serpent X20 ‘23 is more adjustable, more refined and more performance!

Team Serpent present at the 2022 EOS in Göttingen Germany

The whole team did very well there!!

With our new 16 year old tallend Sören Sparbier we even had the TQ and Win in the classes 2wd stock (13,5T) and 4wd stock (10,5T) and leads the both championships!

Great job from the whole team!!

Team Serpent

Arnaud Chaussard reports about the CF in Grenoble

The GT8E is on the rise and the first round of CF took place in Grenoble, so I'm taking the opportunity to discover the GT8 at a high level.
I assembled a Serpent SRX8GTE the week before the race. I have been a partner with Serpent for years, and it is the most popular GT car in France. The goal is to see what is the level of an out of the box car and then fight against the top guys from the class!

Registration done, the car will just be ready over the week of the race, barely time to see if everything is going right and hop.... towards the RACG.
The car is fast from scratch, however the electronics had to be adjusted, which were heavily used, in particular to keep up with the big name of the GT class!

It is also an opportunity to try the first prototypes of Jetko tires which are immediately very close to PMTs, the current benchmark. The rubbers are a little soft for the front, we will need harder rubbers for the final production tyres.

After safe qualifying I place myself in 6 positions, very consistent but I miss some speed : the car is too easy. I then have the Bitty seven 65 painted by my friend Valentin Peuziat, who describes it as understeering. Finally we will reverse the springs (front white, rear silver), then lower the front upper links (on the shock absorber support) . I feel more comfortable with same tires (same hardness front and rear), but the outside front suffers too much. For the finals, I get green light from Valentin to a better body, the Bitty Hyper GT that Valentin just tested in Bourg en Bresse! But how beautiful she is!

It's better but it's especially better when I switch to the 2.8mm rear anti-roll bar which drives the rear end a little bit lighter.

I slip into third place before the last final but I lose the spool drive pin just before the last final and I have to settle for fourth place which in the end for a car just fitted and a crazy result!

In the end, I only fitted one option, the 2.8 anti-roll bar (thanks Daniel). The oils are from the box, as well as the diff. greases, when it comes to tuning, it's regular stuff and we just let the car come up a little more behind (drop 6mm front and 7mm rear)

What I liked: the car so good and easy just out of the box, how strong the SRX8GTE is, the nice atmosphere of the drivers in the category, the fights on the track (Patriiiiiiick!)

What I liked less: the lack of cooling fan holder, no room to work on the receiver, the difficulties encountered with the motorization for a first race.
Many thanks to the RACG! I'm off to fill out my setup sheet before Bernard calls me back!

Arnaud Chaussard
Team Serpent France

Alvaro Fernandez joins Serpent Factory Team!!

Alvaro Fernandez joins Serpent Factory Team.

This is what Alvaro wanted to say:

"I want to say Big Thanks to Serpent for this opportunity! For me it´s a pride to be with this brand that was the first to support me at my age, and I hope we spend many years together with this!
I feel enormously grateful"

Alvaro Fernandez

Elias Johansson joins Serpent Factory Team!!

Serpent is proud to present Elias Johansson from Sweden Elias is 17 years old and is racing for 9 years allready, and his home track is Arsunda Raceway

This is what Elias had to say about joining the team:
Happy to be apart of the Serpent Factory Team.
Looking forward to learn the cars and meeting new people. 1/10 and 1/8 scale is my major classes. Past weekend I raced for the first Time with the SRX2 and SRX4 at the EOS in Daun. The cars was on pace and we had a blast. Also looking forward to test the SRX8 Pro Nitro car.

Welcome to the team!
Team Serpent

Patrick Burt joins Team Serpent USA

Team Serpent USA presents Patrick Burt as a new team driver for the USA.

This is what he wants to say:

Hi iam Patrick Burt
Age : 17
Years racing: 11
Home Track: The Newberry RC Park (Newberry, FL)

IÂ’ve been racing for 11 years only 2 years competitively, I strive to become a better driver after every race and make racing a fun hobby for everyone around me. My favorite part of racing is definitely having a good time with friends and meeting new people.

Major accomplishments: 4th Place 1/8 Electric Nationals (4wd Modified Short Course Truck), 1st Place A2 Florida Carpet Championship (13.5 4wd Buggy Independent) and 3rd Place Overall Florida Carpet Championship 13.5 4wd Buggy Independent.

Classes: I specialize in off road 2wd and 4wd buggies, 2wd and 4wd short course, along with on road 1/10th scale touring car, 1/12th scale cars and 1/10th scale euro trucks.

Serpent: From the moment I first drove both the SRX2 and the SRX4 stability and controllability were clear in driving. Each car in their respective class has the ability to push the front of the pack and winning capabilities. I am very excited to join the serpent team and racing their phenomenal cars.

Welcome to the Team!

Serpent SRX8 GP RTR is shipping now!!!

Serpent now offers the SRX8 1/8 scale Buggy also in a Ready To Race version, so also Hobby racers can now join in for the action. This SRX8 RTR version includes it all. To top off an already awesome package, it includes the powerful .21 Serpent 3-port pull start engine, high end racing chassis with top quality parts and the impressive Dragon RC 2.4Ghz pistol grip transmitter.


Alvaro: "Last weekend we attended the last race of the season of our National Championship 1/8 On Road Nitro at Madrid at the amazing Arca Track. Difficult and technical track where no error is allowed because of the high speed corners with close track protections!

We arrived on Friday to free practice. Our Serpent 989 was perfect and we made only small modifications from our base setup from last tests at this track. So We focus on tuning the engines and little else.

On Saturday on qualifing we track had a little more grip. Our Serpent 989 was very very consistent, very agile and fast. I was able to made the Pole Position with a New Lap Record at Arca track! Very very happy for that.

On Sunday, in the Main Final, starting from Pole I had a clean start and gained some meters with Ruben Olivares, Victor Pelaez, Jorge Martinez and my Team Mate Nacho Lopez and the other finalists. Nacho had a turnaround at the beginning and then problems with his engine. We were both the ones who could win the Championship. In the end I was able to maintain the advantage and cross the finish line in first position and win the Spanish Championship after two second places at Valladolid and Sevilla and two wins at Vigo and Madrid. What a nice season!

Congratulations to Albertito Gonzalez for his win in Eco with Serpent 988e and also Juan Hidalgo for his Spanish tittle with Serpent 750evo. What a Team mates!

Congratulations to all Serpent Spain Team and rest of finalists and RC friends!

See you next year!"
Alvaro Fernandez
Team Serpent

Mark Green reports about his GTS race in Gubbio Italy.

Hello racers,

I was able to take part in my first
international race for a long time, this being
the GTS race at the fantastic Gubbio track
in ltaly and as always the track was in
perfect condition.
We had some new engines from MAX power to
run in and then start looking for a setup
for my Srx8 Tq car.

We had 3 rounds of qualifying and I ended
up 8th direct in to the final still with room
to improve the car before the final.
The final was 45 minutes long so it may
not be possible the tyres would last but
unfortunately it didn't get that far as I had a
throttle servo go down a 1 st in 8 years .
Not the final I wanted but that's racing we
got to meet old and new friends and had
some good fun with the team.

A big thanks to Stef, Joaquin and Alessio
for the help and Serpent to attend at this
event. And offcouse the Gubbio track crew
who did a great job and to the Gts team.
Until the next race keep safe.
Mark Green

Jonathan Gandin wins ACI National speed Trophy with the Viper 989 40th

Our newest team driver Jonathan Gandin from Italy made a great debut with his Viper 989 40th anniversary car.

He was able to TQ the race, set the fastes lap and win the race.He is very happy how the 989 car drives and reacts on his changes.There will be a full presentation soon from him.The setup can be found here:

Team Serpent

Serpent SRX8e RTR is shipping now!!!

Serpent now offers the SRX8e-Buggy also in a Ready To Race, to make this superb car even more attractive to a broader customer base, so also Hobby racers can now join in for the action. Top-quality components packed in a Ready-to-race package, the best start a Hobby-driver can make. High end racing chassis with top quality parts, impressive 2.4 GHz transmitter, Waterproof electronic speed controller with small footprint, which fits the E-buggy holder like a glove combined with a strong 1900KV brushless motor with lots of torque.

Mark Green wins round 4 of the BRCA GT race at the Medip track

Mark Green wins round 4 of the BRCA GT race at the Medip track

Round 4 of the Gt8 championship was held at the mendip race way. I was not able to do the practice day on Saturday so would arrive on Sunday and go straight into racing.

After 4 rounds of qualifying I was able too take a good TQ my car was just so easy to drive which gave so much confidence.
The final went very smoothly and I took the win the car and engine again faultless .

Thanks to all my sponsors and to Mendip raceway.
Till nest time

Mark Green

Setup can be found here:


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