RACER – October 2007

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  • Get there FASST – We test Futaba’s new mid-range 2.4GHz system in the form of the 3GR stick radio.
  • Ansmann Smacker RTR – We test this 1:10 off-road buggy that takes its looks from its nitro big brother.
  • Tamiya Mad Spirit – Take to rough stuff, Tamiya-style with the new nitro powered Mad Spirit buggy.

  • Mugen Seiki MBX-5R – After coming so close to the win at the Worlds in 2006, Racer takes a look at what the latest evolution of the MBX-5 has to offer.
  • HoBao Hyper 8 ST RTR – If you are looking for a race ready trugg, then the ST RTR from HoBao could be fast track you are after.
  • Xray M18 Pro – Is this the ultimate electric micro racer? New parts and features grace the Pro spec 1:18 chassis.
  • Want an Upgrade? – What Upgrade RC has to offer.
  • Sportwerks Recoil RTR – A new scale of touring car hits our pages from Sportwerks in 1:14.
  • Bling or not to Bling – How aftermarket hop-ups can make you slower.
  • Keeping up with the Jones – Dewi Jones showed the rest of the 19-turn field the way home at the latest BRCA National
  • Shakedown – We hit the track in part three of our new diary series.
  • Serpent’s Tenth Tourer – Named the S400, we take a inside look at Serpent’s new 1:10 scale electric touring car.
  • Olly Stops the Momentum – After Chris Grainger had dominated the previous rounds, Olly Jefferies took a deserved Snetterton win in modified.
  • Buggy Nats – Darren Bloomfield and Lee Martin took the 1:10 wins at Oswestry.
  • Getting Wet at Snett – Rain forced an early finish for the Schumacher BTCC at Snetterton.
  • Kamp-ing in Belgium – Lee Martin dominates the annual 1:10 off-road GP at Kampenhout.

Source : rcracer

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