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HPI Racing has updated their Jumpshot RC trucks line. The new Jumpshot V2 off-road model cars are designed for pure bashing fun and are available in three different formats: Monster truck, Short course and Stadium Truck (pictures above and below).

Jumpshot ST V2 is the stadium truck version of the Jumpshot platform, and features a sleek racing body and low-profile tires which give it fantastic looks and great performance!

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Mini-T 2.0

As anticipated a few days ago, Losi have introduced their new 1/18th Scale Mini-T 2.0 2WD Stadium Truck Ready-To-Run. The legendary Mini-T is back with modern technology, features and options we could only dream of back in the day. The chassis uses suspension geometry updated from the TLR 22 platform and waterproof electronics with a 2.4Ghz radio system.

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Inferno NEO ST 3.0

Kyosho announced the new Inferno Neo ST 3.0 1/8th Scale Off-Road Truck. The model will be sold Ready to Run with the user-friendly KE25SP Nitro engine fitted with recoil starter, Big Bore oil shocks and unique block pattern tires for any type of surfaces.

The chassis features the latest Inferno radio system layout that positions the weight of the receiver battery towards the front for superior stability.

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Silverstone RCMCC, Schumacher Racing and XFactory UK have team up to orgranize the British Off Road Grand Prix 2019. Live from Milton Keynes: it’s Practice and Qualifying for the 2019 British Off Road Grand prix at the Centre:MK shopping centre in Milton Keynes.

This unique venue allows members of the public the chance to see a world class event up close and it’s sure to be a fantastic event.

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 JConcepts F2 Traxxas Rustler Body

JConcepts just introduced the new F2 body designed for Traxxas Rustler stadium truck. One of the key features is an arrow based design where the front is much narrower than the rear so it appears on-point and with an all-new grille and headlight layout with four included grille options. The imprint of the nose draws in the truck enthusiast without giving up on the futuristic twist and Finnisher heritage.

Protecting the front shock tower area is done with a traditional shape but contains new louver positioning and available air-release features located just in front of the main cab.

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