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In a case of RC imitates life and life imitates RC Toyota Great Britain built a 1:1 scale Toyota Bruiser to pay homage to the Tamiya model!
This one-off truck was constructed atop a new Hilux Extra Cab model, and while it might not be radio-controlled, it’s still pretty gnarly. Continue reading Tamiya Bruiser in real life!
There are some great RC videos out there, but the work behind this one is exceptional. Featuring three of my favourite genres it is a winner in my book, Rally, RC and Video games. Made to look like a scene from the game of the same name, it is very impressive and entertaining.
Geelong RC Offroaders have let us know the winners from the recent 2017 King RC AARCMCC Australian Large Scale Offroad Titles. Here is who took home the silverware:
The 2017 King RC Aarcmcc Australian Large Scale Offroad Titles has been a great success and we would would like to thank our Sponsors and Drivers participating in the event. We could not wish for a better run event.
And for something a little different, how about a 1:8 scale crawler. At a huge 670mm long with a 302mm wheelbase, this Jeep like crawler runs 2.2 wheels and tyres as standard. Big is not a cheap proposition either with the basic version retailing for $950 , but it certainly has a lot to offer!
Well a big day is finished here at MORBC for the second day of the 2017 FEMCA 1/8 IC Off Road Championships! The day started with the opening ceremony, 3D Helicopter demonstrations and concourse judging. The WA Model Aircraft Sports Centre (WAMASC) were happy to put on 2 3D Helicopter demonstrations over the track, and an RC jet flyover to add to the opening ceremony, showcasing another world of RC excitement and skill from their club, as the 2 clubs operate side by side in the Whiteman Park area.
Tomorrow morning marks the start of the 2017 Kart World FEMCA 1/8 I.C. Off Road Buggy Championships here in Perth! As Model Off Road Buggy Club (MORBC) in Whiteman Park, Western Australia plays host to the event for the second time in the last two year…all in the buildup to hosting the 2018 IFMAR 1/8 I.C. Off Road World Championships next year!
The club have been tirelessly working over recent weeks and months despite the very wet winter that Perth has experienced. Last week the track build was completed by the master himself; Craig Laughton. Ropes have been laid and the track painted…were getting ready to hit the track Wednesday morning!