Revelation Raceway in Montclair, California was the sight of this year’s Kyosho Fall Classic, and a slew of top drivers were on hand to showcase their talents under cloudy So-Cal skies. One driver was determined not to let the gloomy weather get him down and utilized his ability to burn up the track to bring a half-hour of warmth to the frigid region. Kaulin Hall powered his way to the front of the Amateur Buggy class from the 5th spot on the grid and never looked back. When the 30 minute race was over he had put nearly a lap on the entire field with his HB Lightning2 Pro Evo to take a convincing win. Kaulin has been running HB 1/8th scale cars for the last 3 years and has enjoyed developing his skills with the Lightning series of buggies. All of the practice has paid off recently as Kaulin has finished in the A-main at nearly every event he’s attended culminating in this win last weekend at the Kyosho race. We’d also like to give special mention of his father Vance whom acts as Kaulin’s pit man and always has his car ready to dominate the competition. We here at HB would like to thank the Hall’s for their hard work and support and congratulate them on the win.
Source : Hot Bodies