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XRAY production: Milling Machines - Video: how RC racing cars are manufactured?

Have you ever wondered how RC racing cars are produced? Check out this exclusive video from the only RC car production plant in Europe. The XRAY’s chief designer Martin Hudy will guide us through the unique and world’s largest RC car manufacturing facility located in Trencin (Slovakia).

The first part of this story shows the CNC milling machine department (where aluminum parts like chassis, bulkheads and suspension holders are produced) while the second video shows the cutting machines.

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Despite the popularity of Mini 4WD in Italy, it happens that in some regions isn’t held any Mini 4WD event. Thanks to Mini 4WD Sport after many years of missing, Mini 4WD are back in those places like region of Abruzzo where they were almost forgotten.

Mini 4WD 99 Cup in Abruzzo3
Last month, during the fantasy fest of the city of L’Aquila, were held the “Mini 4WD 99 Cup” organized by Mini 4WD Sport. The first event after the summer break of this 2019 season finale.

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HB Racing have published a couple CAD images of the new E819 1/8th scale electric buggy kit. The latest iteration of the World Champion line of buggies from HB Racing, the E819 adds the latest high performance parts to keep it ahead of the competition. The E819 takes all of the improved features introduced with the E817 V2 and adds a host of new details designed to make it faster and more durable.

A new chassis adds 2mm to the wheelbase for improved handling and jumping while chassis strength has been increased with a new thicker aluminium centre brace.

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EFRA 1/8th Off Road Euros: Finals Day Live streaming!

It’s Finals Day a the “Ongaro Ring” in Sacile (Italy). Who will be crowned European Champion 2019? Maybe  Davide Ongaro (the World Champion) who took the overall TQ after five highly contested qualifying rounds? Let’s discover it together thanks to the free live streaming produced by our friends at RC Racing TV!

The first semi-finals of the day will start at 9 am (CET) and will last 20 minutes each while the “main” will take place at 5.15 pm (CET) and will see better drivers compete for 45 minutes.

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