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The Dirt Nitro Challenge 2022- Pro Nitro Buggy A-Main podium

The 22th edition of the legendary Dirt Nitro Challenge has just been held in California. The race was started in 2000 by Joey “The Dirt” Christensen: a former art/sculpture major who combined his eye for design with his love for RC Racing. Since the start of his business in 1999, he now has 4 major races with another one potentially in the pipeline. Last year, Joey was able to make a permanent track facility in Perris, California where he now holds many weekly races along with the DNC.

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If you love buggies and the smell pf nitro you can’t miss the Pro Nitro Buggy A-Main from the 2022 Southern Indoor Championship! Thanks to JConcepts below you can watch a video complete with instant replays, starting grid line up, and more!

Check the video below!

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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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Jin Sawada won the 4th round of the OneTen Series

China – The Japanese pilot Jin Sawada has taken the win at Rd4 of the OneTen Series that has been held this weekend in Guangzhou. Pushed very hard at the start by Yugo Nagashima, the Serpent driver made contact with the pole sitter on lap 7 which allowed Gary Huang to jump into the lead, which he held for 6 laps before being passed again by Jin, the Chinese Xray driver eventually finished third having crashed later in the race.

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 DXR Dirt Kings 2019

Today the Dirt Kings Race will start at the Harper Adams Agricultural University in the UK. This event  for 1/8th nitro Buggy class and the format will comprise of Practice, Qualifying and double sided finals and is held over the Easter weekend 19th April – 22nd April 2019

The total number of entries will be set at 210 giving drivers more track time than previous events and earlier finishes to allow a better social side to the event.

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