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Tamiya- WILD ONE MAX - A crazy full scale "RC" buggy! garage

The Little Car Company is developing, in collaboration with Tamiya, the Wild One MAX for release in 2022. Rather than being 1/10th scale, the Wild One MAX will be an impressive 8/10th scale, and you will not need an RC controller, because it is big enough to drive yourself!

If you grownup in the 1980s you definitely love classics like the Hornet, Lunchbox, Sand Scorcher & Avante. The original Tamiya Wild One (58050) was released in 1985 and became one of the brand’s most iconic models. Such was the popularity of the model it was even re-released in 2012 (58525) to further acclaim.

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Next month during the Shizuoka Hobby Show, Tamiya will officially unveil the 1/10 Comical Hotshot GF-01CB. First shown back in 1985, the legendary Hotshot buggy is now back in comical form with a shortened, “toon” body on the GF-01CB 4WD chassis complete with a pre-painted body, Hotshot livery, large rear wing and dual antennas.

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Mayako is beginning!

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After several months of preparations, tomorrow mayako.com will open! This is the official start of a new Japanese hobby brand that aims to revolutionize how RC cars are marketed. “There will be a limited amount of prototypes available. There are some people who have requested to join as members, but only buying the production version in 2022, while being a part of the journey this year.”

If you wanna know more you can check the video below.

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Team Associated RC10B6.3 Team Kit

Team Associated has revealed the brand new racing RC10B6.3 that continues the trend of refinement and reliable performance set forth by its predecessors. With an all-new wide-pivot rear end and chassis-mounted servo mount, the RC10B6.3 is unmatched in stability and confidence.

Team Associated RC10B6.3 Team Kit

Associated designers worked to improve performance but also durability has also taken a step forward by resolving issues such as bending wing mounts, steering bellcrank screw breakage, and excessive steering linkage play.

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Team Corally: 2021 Radix4 and Radix6 brushless buggy

Team Corally started the new year with a bunch of new models. Today they posted a promotional video for the Radix4 and Radix6 brushless buggies. Both models are Ready to Run and are designed to make bashers super happy.

The Radix4 is a 4S-capable stunt buggy, delivering outrageous performance at a surprisingly affordable price.  Instead the Radix6 XP not only is it a supreme bash buggy, it’s also a capable 1/8 EP Buggy entry-level race car!

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Marco Baruffolo is the 2020 Italian ebuggy Champion

Marco Baruffolo is the 2020 Italian Champion with his XRAY XB8E brushless buggy.

The Italian off-road champion declared: “I am super happy about my result, very hard condition at OngaroRing’s track with the heavy rain of saturday but my package worked amazing today and I was able to take the win and bring at home the title!”

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Last weekend Marco Baruffolo won the 2020 HotRace Cup held at his hometown track NitroBuggy Genzone. Behinf him on the 1/8 nitro podium we find Valente Leonardo and Zanchettin Alex in third place.

The Italian offroad legend writes: ” The track was really difficult with high grip and some bumpies and was really hard to drive fast and safe. In the first qualification I took the TQ and for the other 2 rounds we decide to change something to the car for the final. Finished 2nd overall behind Boots.

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