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marco baruffolo xray

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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Bittydesign Vision XB8'20 Body

Bittydesign released the new Vision lexan body for the XRAY XB8 racing buggy. Tested for several months on different types of surfaces and layouts, this body combines a stunning look together with performance at the top of the class.

The mid-advanced cab has been designed by Italian engineers to increase cornering but at the same time, thanks to the soft rear slide behind the roof, the body is perfectly balanced in its shape giving the XRAY XB8 buggy a particularly sinuous and slender line.

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Kyosho: Inferno MP10e 1/8th brushless buggy

Kyosho released their new Inferno MP10e 1/8th brushless buggy. With eight titles at the IFMAR (International Federation of Model Auto Racing) World Championships, the Inferno series boasts an unrivaled record of success. Based on the most advanced MP10 model, an electric power unit has transformed this machine to create this new model!

Kyosho: Inferno MP10e 1/8th brushless buggy

The Japanese designers optimized the weight distribution to enhance it far beyond the performance of the old MP9e Evo. Boasting the performance and reliability of the MP10’s proven suspension and drive system, the MP10e racing buggy features a specially designed main chassis that provides optimal chassis flex and sure-footed grip with an aerodynamic body designed for this electric model to deliver easy handling at high-speed.

Check the video below!

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Tamiya: Terra Scorcher Limited Edition

If you love the retro buggies from the 80s you will be happy to know that the Tamiya Terra Scorcher (originally released in the 1988) makes a welcome comeback in the shape of this LIMITED-EDITION kit. This legendary 1/10 scale buggy features a modern chassis and some updates to the livery marking scheme.

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