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Monday, 13 February 2012

Calandra Racing Concepts wins in Orlando!
CRC's Max Kuenning takes the win in World GT at the 2012 Snowbird Nationals
Max Kuenning enjoying the company of his new friends and the World GT Championship at the 2012 Snowbirds. Max used the CRC Gen-X10 LE (#1712)and CRC 6300 mah lipo (#3702) to power his way to a convincing win at the Birds!

At the 2012 Snowbird Nationals, the World GT class was well attended with a large number of competitors and teams entering the event. Michigan native and now New Mexico resident, Max Kuenning ran World GT with his new CRC Gen-X10 LE. In the A-main, 6 out of 10 cars were CRC machines with Brian Wynn, Jari Taskila, Frank Calandra, Randy Grosse and Dave Ehrlich joining Kuenning in the final.
Max took the lead early and never looked back with smooth lines and great power from the CRC 6300 mah single cell lipo. Max ran the car fairly stock, adding only the long upper front arm and mount as optional parts. Joining Max on the podium was CRC pilot, Jari Taskila in 3rd. Another great result from the flying Fin now living in Connecticut.

2012 Snowbirds Champion
The MOST winning World GT car in history, the CRC Gen-X10. Affordable, fast, easy to set up and
well supported. The Gen-X10 LE just keeps winning, now 2012 Snowbird Champ! This is Max's car
straight from post-race technical inspection. Missing the Revtech 13.5 motor which was still being
reviewed in tech.

Thursday, 9 February 2012

The B4 platform is undefeated on a world level since its release in 2003, winning four I.F.M.A.R. World Championships (2003- Billy Easton; 2005- Neil Cragg; 2007- Hayato Matsuzaki; 2009- Martin Achter). The B4 has also carried Ryan Cavalieri to four straight R.O.A.R National Championships in Modified Buggy. With an unprecedented pedigree of World, National, and European titles behind them, the B4 development team spent countless hours to refine the B4 to produce the B4.1 Factory Team kit.

Team Associated's Area 51 designers optimized the B4.1 Factory Team kit for the latest generation of racers whose cars are lighter and more powerful than ever due to the advent of new LiPo battery and brushless motor technology. With its race-ready components, Factory Team parts, and optimized suspension setup for use with LiPo batteries, the B4.1 Factory Team buggy puts its World Champion pedigree to work for you, lap after lap!

RC10B4.1 Factory Team Features:

  • 4-Time I.F.M.A.R. World Champion and 5-Time R.O.A.R. US National Champion!
  • Factory Team .5° aluminum rear hubs with oversized outer bearing
  • Ball differential with lightweight outdrives
  • Factory Team V2 hard-anodized threaded shock bodies with bleed-screw caps
  • V2 slipper assembly with high-rate spring for more consistent slipper clutch adjustments
  • Pro-Line Vortex body and wing
  • Pro-Line M3 Holeshot 2.0 rear and M3 4-rib front tires
  • CVA drive shafts with pin retainer clips
  • Durable steel center-drilled front axles
  • Carbon-fiber battery strap with blue aluminum thumb screws
  • Optimized suspension setup for use with LiPo batteries
  • Suspension mounts for 4°, 3.5°, 3°, and 2.5° rear toe included
  • Blue titanium turnbuckles
  • Complete set of precision ball bearings
  • Factory Team blue aluminum hinge pin brace, milled motor plate, servo mounts and much more!

Spec Check:
  • Length: 377mm
  • Width: 250mm
  • Weight: 1530g
  • Wheelbase: 273mm
  • Internal Gear Ratio: 2.6:1

Required for completion: R/C 2-channel surface frequency radio system, Battery pack, Battery charger, ESC, R/C electric motor, Pinion gear, Glue for tyres and wheels.

Thursday, 2 February 2012

click for larger image2188 - 1/12th Front Mounted - Chrome
SKU: 2188
List Price: £8.99

CRC's new Chrome compound. Great for high bite 1:12th road racing especially in the 17.5 and 13.5 classes.
The Chrome has the best of both worlds, the high traction grip of a magenta front, with the easy smooth feel of a black front.
CRC Chrome tires qualified 1-2 in Cleveland with Frank Calandra and Brian Wynn taking the top spots in 17.5. A few months later at the Dash-4-Cash race in New York City, Mike Haynes and Frank Calandra finished 1-2 using Chrome fronts with CRC yellow rears.