Pro10s with lithiums?

Was just having a look around on youtube, and stumbled across this video.

Pro10s running lipos with Brushless (4.5-6.5t) motors. Ohhhh they would be fun to drive!!
Hmmm... I've got a pro10 sitting next to me (needs a new main chassis.. hmm not too expensive)... 4.5 motor sitting next to it...
Just need a few things. maybe later in the year i'll put my pro12 electronics into it just for fun :)

Pro10s


Zoom Resources - temporarily closed

Bev from Zoom resources has notified me that they will be closed from Wednesday 5th  AUGUST until Monday 28th SEPTEMBER.
But never fear the showroom will be open on thursdays between the hours of 5.30pm to 9.00pm for you to grab your spares.

download the August Doc for more info

2009 Electric on-road Nationals footage

Here's some footage off the DVD I've managed to upload.

If there is a race that isn't here you want to watch, leave a comment and if i've got it i'll upload it. :)

Modified Third A Final




Pro12 Third A Final




GT19 First A Final




Mini Second A Final




Touring Stock Third A Final




Weetbix 500




2009 New Zealand Radio Control Car Electric On-road Nationals compilation


(now that's a long title!)

NZRCA AGM Minutes, voting, and event list

Karl Meyer (the newly appointed NZRCA Secretary) has just sent me the files for the minutes, voting, and event list from the recent AGM.

download them here:

2009 NZRCA AGM Agenda Minutes

2009 NZRCA AGM Remit Results

2009-2010 NZRCA Events

HRCCC 2009 Drivers Series Results

The last round of the 2009 Hamilton Radio Control Car Club Drivers Series was held over the weekend, with over 100 cars racing.

The following people took out their respective classes:

Stock Trucks - Shane Gollop
Modified - Pearce Stephens
Formula 1 - Colin Storey
Super Stock - Andrew Webber
Mini - Colin Young
Tamiya TT01 - Colin Young
Stock Touring - Pearce Stephens

From the HRCCC.co.nz website:

The Drivers Series is all over for another year. Some fantastic racing in all of the classes. A big thanks to the competitors from out of the Waikato area for taking the time to travel to the event. It is very much appreciated. The points tables for all four rounds are now online along with the race results for Round 4 too. Once again, thanks to the competitors for helping make DS2009 such a success.

You can download the Final PDF of points standings from HRCCC.co.nz or RcRacer.co.nz

Updated 2009-2010 Events List

Karl Meyer, the NZRCA secretary has sent me the updated 2009-2010 Events list, which includes the north island ep onroad champs

Download the PDF

Winter 300 Photos

here are some photos from the Winter 300 held at the hawkes bay on the 18th July 2009

From Chris O'Connor:


11 Minis,

10 porsche 911(stock touring)

8  pro 19

we had a great days racing,with some great battles in mini, eventually taken out by Sonny Pearse.

The stock class suffered a little with early damage, but some good clean racing took place in the last two heats, and the trophy was taken out by Gavin Davidson, who also suffered a rouge cell explosion that certainly shattered the peace (see attached photo)

pro 19 had excellent racing with the likes of Perry Feild and wiremu paipa showing good speed, but the dark horse Sonny Pearse showed cosistancy with his Corally taking it out.

Bring on next year....


Hawke's Bay Winter 300 Photos

Whangarei Winter 200 results

Well done to the SP Racing team, comprising of Colin Storey, Craig Pullar, and Kelvin Chapman, who were  one of three teams representing the whangarei club . They came first place with 525laps, 19 laps behind in second place with 506 laps was the SLK Racing team, followed by the Dargaville B Team with 484 laps.

About the Event:

9 Teams entered over all
only M03 Minis were allowed to be run.
Stock motors were to be used
Cars were to run up to a maximum of unmatched 2000Mah cells
There must be atleast 3 per team, with atleast one driver being 20 years old or under

Seemed like everyone enjoyed themselves, well done to everyone involved

The Teams entered this year (in order of finishing position):

1st Place (525 laps)


SP Racing (Whangarei):
Colin Storey
Craig Pullar
Kelvin Chapman

2nd Place (506 Laps)


SLK Racing (Manuwatu)
Scott Kendall
Amber
Darren Johnstone

3rd Place (484 laps)


Dargaville B Team (Dargaville)
Ben Walker
Geoff Walker
Jason Godfrey

4th Place (479 laps)


TRT (Hamilton)
Paul Teesdale
Chris Teesdale
Steve Torrey

5th Place (476 laps)


Dargaville A Team (Dargaville)
Tim Yeasbley
Chris Mason
Jordan Whitehead

6th Place (465 laps)


Fat Mac (Kaipara)
Murray MacDonald
Deidre
Mario

7th Place (417 laps)


Premo Racing (Dargaville)
Ernie Lang
David Andrew
Leith Maureen
Sandy Campbell

8th Place (297 laps)


The likely Lads (Whangarei)
Dave Blowers
Cody Nixon-Mead
Latrell Matthews

9th Place (108 Laps)


SSS (Whangarei)
Brian Smith
Matt Smith

visit the Whangarei Winter 200 website at winter200.wrccc.co.cc
and talk about the event in the forums here

HRCCC 2009 Drivers Series Results

The last round of the 2009 Hamilton Radio Control Car Club Drivers Series was held over the weekend, with over 100 cars racing.

The following people took out their respective classes:

Stock Trucks - Shane Gollop
Modified - Pearce Stephens
Formula 1 - Colin Storey
Super Stock - Andrew Webber
Mini - Colin Young
Tamiya TT01 - Colin Young
Stock Touring - Pearce Stephens

From the HRCCC.co.nz website:

The Drivers Series is all over for another year. Some fantastic racing in all of the classes. A big thanks to the competitors from out of the Waikato area for taking the time to travel to the event. It is very much appreciated. The points tables for all four rounds are now online along with the race results for Round 4 too. Once again, thanks to the competitors for helping make DS2009 such a success.

You can download the Final PDF of points standings from HRCCC.co.nz or RcRacer.co.nz

New Zealand image Hosting

If you want an easy way to host your RC images, and want them to be fast, go to iforce.co.nz

To host an image, it's a matter of browsing for the file( you want and clicking the upload button.
It then gives you a link to the photo you uploaded, and even Forum code, if you want to put it on the forum

Support their cause and join their facebook page

very easy, and great to see a New Zealand image hosting website

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