Round 4 of french nationals was held this week-end at Tournefeuille, near Toulouse, in southwest of France.
In modified, Team Magic driver Thomas Vigneron, current leader of the french championship, win the race with his E4RS III Plus and made the best lap; in front of Maxime Favrelle and Jeremy Limoges. Continue reading
Back from ETS round 5 in Luxembourg, it’s time for a Team Magic race analysis.
First thing is the car performance; it was very promising in practices, with many top 5 positions for Patrick Gassauer in ProStock. Patrick also finished fourth last year, with a promised third place on the podium until the last chicane of the last lap of the last finale where he was pushed out the track by his follower; so our objectives was to join the A-main, where all could be possible in final runs.
Team Magic driver Fabien Valantin made a perfect hattrick during the League 9 Championship Round at Beaumont-Monteux.
Best Lap, Pole Position and Win with his Team Magic E4RS III Plus !! What a great Job !
1. Fabien Valantin – Team Magic E4RS III Plus / HRC Racing
2. Julien Jost
3. Patrice Carpano
4. Briac Berthoud
5. Walter Pollet-Villard
6. Nicolas Cardoso
7. David Jeffard
8. Remi De Marco
9. Denis Vicente
10 Hugues Peugeot
One week ago was the second round of Luxembourg Nationals, at LMCC Luxembourg. Team Magic driver Jacques Libar obtained the Pole Position and the overall Win with his Team Magic E4RS III Plus.
1. Jacques Libar – Team Magic E4RS III Plus / HRC Racing
2. Steve Traufler
3. Marcel Dubru
4. Raymond Weydert
5. Yannis Alexandre Faivre
6. Gerry Kimmel
7. Treis Laurent
8. Dryss Faivre
9. Michael Ribault
Rob Janssen dominated the third round of Dutch Nationals, at RC Hotwheels club at Deventer. Rob set the best lap, obtained the TQ and won the race, while his team mate Richard Arts secured a very nice second place on the podium.
After the release of our latest 1/10 drift tires sets, many users asked us for a touring version on the same wheels. We listened them, and we are now happy to introduce 4 new references of HRC Street-V II 1/10 touring tires sets.
These tires are mounted on standard 3mm offset wheels / 12mm hex adapters, and are sold by pairs.
HRC61021BW – HRC Street-V II mounted on CLS Black/White Wheels
HRC61021CH – HRC Street-V II mounted on 5-Spoke Chrome Wheels
HRC61021GR – HRC Street-V II mounted on 5-Spoke Green Wheels
HRC61021OR – HRC Street-V II mounted on 5-Spoke Orange Wheels
German informative website BRC News posted a test review of the HRC Racing HRC68113DBL low profile digital servo (in German Language).
You can find the test on BRC News: http://brcnews.net/?p=12850
With his third podium in a row, french Team Magic driver Thomas Vigneron is the current and new leader of the 1/10 Touring French Championship in modified category. His teammate Cyril N’Diaye complete the top 3.
A very nice and great performance for a small team as Team Magic !
Next rounds are Tournefeuille (26/26 June) and Thionville (24/25 Septembre).
Overall standing after 3 races of 5:
1. Thomas Vigneron – 1080 pts – Team Magic E4RS III+
2. Maxime Favrelle – 1020 pts
3. Cyril N’Diaye – 840 pts – Team Magic E4RS III+
4. Loïc Jasmin – 800 pts
5. Jérémy Limoges – 740 pts
6. Alexandre Laurent – 650 pts
7. Manuel Wagner – 650 pts
8. Alexandre Eleaume – 480 pts
9. Rémi Callens – 420 pts – Team Magic E4RS III+
10. Jean-Michel Varinard – 390 pts
11. Hugo Ragaut – 340 pts
12. Lucas Urbain – 310 pts
13. Renaud Brusselle – 270 pts
14. Sylvain Lammaing – 260 pts
15. Sébastien Fender – 250 pts
16. Eric Loge – 200 pts
17. Christophe Varniere – 180 pts
18. Frédéric Beys – 150 pts
19. Gonzalo Garcia – 130 pts
20. Emilien Blanc – 130 pts
Team Magic driver Thomas Vigneron made the pole position and finished on second position at the third round of French National Championship at Ampuis.
The track of Ampuis is nice and interesting, with a very good overall grip. Facilities are also on top, with podium and club-house in hard construction, and good pits.