Last sunday at Thunder Alley Raceway, along with the last round of the RCGP World Series, the finals of the RC2 class have been held. Aaron Dexter would bump from the LCQ after an exciting 3 way battle to the last Corbett of the last lap. Dexter would go on to finish 3rd after a great weekend of racing for the young Australian. This was his first big race in the USA got to show the world his talent and abilities to be able to compete with some of the best up and coming 1/8 nitro buggy racers in the USA and impressed many.
Factory Tracks owner Anthony Westergaard would battle for the top spot at the beginning of the race and fall back but manage to pull off an impressive 2nd place finish after a long weekend of racing.
Young Camden Lime had one goal and that was winning RC2 USA and securing a spot in a RCGP race next year and that is exactly what he done. The Arizona native would walk away with the victory in the 45 min final and take the top spot on the podium.
Congratulations to these three drivers and to all the the pilots that raced their hearts out all weekend and provided everyone with great racing.