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  1. <IMG src="http://www.petitrc.com/gallery/files/3-img_8434_stock_kpl.jpg" width="600"> This weekend the Czech Championship was held in a small Moravian village Jedovnice. The classes in which you were able to participate were Open, Stock, GT, Hobby and Formula. The track layout was really fast with lots of straight parts and during the weekend it was strating to be challening. ETS RIDE tyres were used in Open and LRP tyres in Stock. Grip was medium high and the racing tight in both classes. On Friday you had a chance to practise on this track and almost everybody came here. The qualiefiers got underway on Saturday. You needed to do 3 counted rounds of 5 for an overall result. In Open Class my car felt pretty strong and I won 4 rounds. I was using my standart carpet set up. In the last round of Quali I decided to try harder 1,4 rear anti-roll bar and it made my car really easy to drive and it was also pretty fast. The whole race was really fast young Jirka Vyšín who showed his talent and won 1 round. Then also Zdeno Kunák and Kuba Šimurda. It was getting harder to try go faster because the track layout was quite easy and when the traction increased, 5 minutes of racing were even harder and harder. In Finals I put in first two rounds 1st place and it decided about the whole result. In the last one we saw some fighting between Jirka and Zdeno and Zdeno putted the last win. Final results Open: 1. Černý Marek - XRAY 2. Kunák Zdenko 3. Vyšín Jiří - XRAY 4. Šimurda Kuba - XRAY 5. Nemček David - XRAY 6. Grof Petr 7. Hola Vítězslav - XRAY 8. Blahovský Michal 9. Doležal Karel - XRAY 10. Kanina Jan - XRAY More... Source: Xray
  2. A new indoor season in the DRCMU championship was to start. Whilst the rules were as last year in the classes Stock, Superstock and Modified, a new class had its debut at the race in Randers: Formula 1. The technical rules were: only 1:10 Formula 1 cars were allowed; tires were free to choose but had to be rubber tires, 21,5 T motor from the BRCA list with free ESC in blinky mode. The race setup was new: three qualification rounds of eight minutes each - round by round - two out of three to be count - eight racers in each main. The lower mains have one final race of 10 minutes. The eight racers in the A-main have to race a super-pole before the final. All eight cars have to park in front of the rostrum. The car in eighth position has to drive an in-lap, race a single counted lap and then park again. Then the car in seventh position has to do the same right until the pole car. The single counted lap will be used for the start position in the A-main. The A-main will start directly after the super pole for a single 15 minute race. I had ordered the all new Serpent F110. A nice car to build - everything fits perfect together. I used plenty of time to fit the electronics. I needed to think about it as the space is very limited. I ordered Ride tires in soft and super soft compound on Ride wheels. I had really big problems to find a body. None had one to sell. I got one from Ronald Baar (thanks again) Friday evening before the race the next day. I had only a few practice sessions with the car and only a single long run for about 17 minutes. I drove all practices without a body. The car was very easy to drive on my home track. I did only few setup changes, as the car worked well with the standard setup. In my home club there were also other cars like Tamiya F103 and F104, but my Serpent was by far the fastest and easiest to drive. I used much time to build and get my F110 ready for the race that I didn't practiced with my S411 Eryx as much as I normally would had done. I didn't really knew, where I was with my touring car, when I went to Randers. Practice at the race The race in Randers was the first race ever the club had organized. They did a great job. They had bought a brand new carpet for the race. Unfortunately, the carpet was bad to drive in the start - later the grip got better. Especially the Formula 1 cars had really problems to get traction and my F110 was also very difficult to drive. For each practice session I tried to change something, but nothing seemed to work. Then I broke a link after a hard hit in a wall, and without any spares I had to retire. Lucky for me, Jens Otto Frederiksen (thanks to him too) had an F110 that he didn't raced (he drove a WRC F1 instead), and I could replace the broken part with one from his car. I was back in business. In the last timed practice heat before the first qualification round I made a very important decision after about three minutes; I took my front spoiler of the car. My F110 had too much down force in the front, but without the front spoiler it was much easier to drive. Maybe it had a little understeering, but it was easy to drive and now I could drive without any faults. My touring car worked ok right from the start, but it could be better. I made some changes, and after changing the tire additive the car worked as I wanted. I was among the four or five fastest cars, which were three other Serpent S411 Eryx and an Awesomatix prototype. Formula 1 The race setup was: Formula 1 all to be driven on Saturday afternoon and early evening, and touring car practice on Saturday with qualification and finals on Sunday. The Formula 1 qualification turned out to be right good for me. With a third, a first and a second again I was in second position after three rounds. A tiny 0,4 second after 8 minutes was the difference to Steen Graversen with his WRC F1. Jan Larsen with another Serpent F110 was in third position. Then we had the super pole. It was an all new experience for us, but it was big fun for us racers and for the spectators too. The result: the three first cars had to start the A-main in the same order as after the three qualification rounds. I hit a curb in my super pole run, which cost me the pole, but I was happy with my result so far. When we had to start the A-main I noticed that Steens car was to start in the dirt. I knew, he couldn't start well, and he did not. I was over him as the start sound came. I could not catch him in the first corner, but soon I could overtake him and I was in the lead. Steen had later huge problems with his car and he was in the pit for about 16 laps. After I overtook Steen I had no car in front of me for the rest of the race. After about four minutes I overtook the car in second place with a lap. After 15 minutes without any problems I won with my Serpent F110 the first Formula 1 race in the history of DRCMU with more than two laps to the car in second position. Jan Larsen completed the good Serpent result with a third place on the podium. Touring car Sunday morning we had two round of timed practice. They went ok, but they also showed, that Patrick Hornum with another Serpent S411 Eryx would be very difficult to beat. He was so quick and at the same time very stable. After the practice I was second on the board. The qualification gave the same result: a second place behind Patrick Hornum, and in front of Morten Juul Iversen also with a Serpent S411 Eryx. In fourth place the next Serpent S411 Eryx driven by Michael Hovgaard. In sixth place the fifth(!) Serpent - an S411 TE driven by Mike Hansen. It was a really Serpent train in the front of the Modified class. Five out of eight cars in the A-main were Serpents - 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 - almost the entire top. In the first final I had a very hard but fair fight with Morten Juul Iversen. Patrick was driving out front. I lost the battle to Morten and passed the line as third. The second final turned out to be the same: Patrick driving out front and Morten and me battling for the second position. This time I won the battle and very important, I won it in a better time than Morten did in the first final. The third final was a bit disappointing for me. First I had a grip roll. Then I was held up by a crash, just as I had caught up to the cars in front of me. While I was waiting here, I was hit by another car and my body locked up the rear wheels. When I finally could drive again, I was in sixth position far away from the fifth car. The last final ended up with a six. Overall I ended up as second at the race, which I am very happy about. Patrick was simply faster than me and the rest. Congratulations to him. The Serpent train also entered the podium: Patrick, me and Michael Hovgaard were in the first three positions. Morten ended up as sixth and Mike as seventh. Young driver Victor Christensen with another Serpent S411 Eryx won the B-main. It was almost a perfect result in the modified class for Serpent. After the race Until the next race in the DRCMU championship in the end of November I will do some practice with both cars. I will also visit another tracks with another layouts and carpets. Especially I want to feel how the F110 react on different carpets and try to understand the car. I will test more tire compounds on the F110 and I will get another body, which I want to paint really nice to look superb on the track. With my touring car I will test different setups and drive as many practice rounds as possible. Soon I will receive new motors for my Eryx and I hope they will work well. I want to put pressure on Patrick at the next race. Serpent There was more Serpent honor at the race in Randers. In the Stock class young driver Sebastian Christensen and his father came to me and asked for help. The setup was not good on his car, and I changed the setup to fit his driving skills. The car drove much better after the changes. It helped him so much, that he later won the Stock class. He and his father were so happy with the Serpent performance and the result. In the Superstock class my little brother Mads drove an old Serpent S411 TE of mine. He has only driven one year in the Stock and one in the Superstock class. After a tricky start due to the carpet the race went very good for him. With qualification results as seven, six, and six again he started as seventh in the A-main - his first ever in the Superstock Class. He has only been in a B main once or twice before. He was nervous but with a seventh, eight and a fifth place in the three finals he ended up as seventh out of 23 drivers at the race. He drove so nice. I was very proud of him. I haven't made a setup sheet of my F110. I used the basic rubber setup with the following changes: - front 0,5 degr. toe out - damper 1,5 mm longer (lengthen the shaft) - weight only 1033 grams (rule: 1050 grams) - additional weight 30 grams in front of the rear wing - body Blitz F1 - front wing none - servo Futaba S9551 - ESC Hobbywing V3,0 - blinky mode - motor GM Pro 21,5 T - gearing 3,1 - tires front Ride S2 (soft) - tires rear Ride S1 (super soft) - additive LRP Carpet / 30 min. rear - 5 min. front I want to thank my sponsors Serpent, 2-Speed and Allans Køreskole for the sponsoring and especially Ronald Baar for helping me with the Formula 1 body in the last minute. See you all at the racing tracks. Best regards Rasmus Tobias Callesen
  3. <img src="http://www.petitrc.com/gallery/files/3-p._stock.jpg" alt="PETITRC - Amsa, barcelona - on road electric" height="500" /> Last weekend was the latest Spanish National round in on road 1:10 electric in Barcelona. Unfortunatly the weather was rainy and the race was disturb. in stock Gonzalo Garcia took the victory and consequently is the new Spanish stock champion! In modified class, Carlos Ferrando is the winner of this round but Vincente Eres is the new champion! stock: Gonzalo Garcia 1 Serpent Tony Mur 2nd xray Roger sancho 3rd Yokomo. category: Carlos Ferrando 1 Tamiya Vicente Eres 2nd Vbc Racing Raul Sancho 3rd Schumacher MI5. 2013 Spanish National championship podiums: In Stock Gonzalo Garcia 1, Serpent Vicente Eres 2nd Vbc Racing Roger Sancho 3rd Yokomo In modified Vincente Eres 1 Vbc Racing Raul Sancho 2nd Schumacher 2nd MI5 Carlos Ferrando 3rd Tamiya Congratulations to all. Many thanks to Barto to sent us his report. Gracias!! <img src="http://www.petitrc.com/gallery/files/3-p._modificado.jpg" alt="PETITRC - Amsa, barcelona - on road electric" /> <img src="http://www.petitrc.com/gallery/files/3-p._stock.jpg" alt="PETITRC - Amsa, barcelona - on road electric" />
  4. <IMG src="http://www.missionrc.com/wp-content/gallery/galerie-2-lauf-ets-euro-touring-series-2013-in-hrotovice/17.jpg" width="600"> 1. Ronald Volker (DE) – Yokomo – 3 pts 2. Marc Fischer (DE) – Serpent – 3 3. Freddy Sudhoff (DE) – Awesomatix – 5 4. Viljami Kutvonen (FI) – Awesomatix – 5 5. Yannic Prumper (DE) – Yokomo – 9 6. Dominik Fleischmann (DE) – Yokomo – 13 7. Marc Rheinard (DE) – Tamiya – 13 8. Eric Dankel (DE) – Yokomo – 14 9. Marco Kaufmann (DE) – Xray – 14 10.Alexander Hagberg (SE) – Xray – 17 Source: RCmedia © Jiří Toman / Redrc (results/introduction) / Missionrc
  5. <img src=" http://www.petitrc.com/2012/piste_electrique/international/DSC_0484.JPG" width="600"> The 2nd round of PEMKAR series race in Brunei was held last weekend at the National Indoor Stadium. The track itself was an indoor carpet however due to new carpets being used the condition of the track was very loose. Qualifying rounds started off on Friday, Wirawan, a local Serpent driver with his S411 LE immediately top off the sheet from the 1st qualifying round, though his car was still very nervous in the tight corners. He changed his set ups for the 2nd rounds of qualifying and it immediately paid off, he posted the fastest lap time and bettered his run by 2 laps and again TQ'ed the round. After the 3rd round of qualifying he confirmed his position for TQ. He was the only racer to post 29 lapper run while the closest rivals were still 2 laps behind. This gave him the favorite to win the final rounds. The final rounds were held on Sunday, as expected Wirawan with his S411 LE took victory straight from the 1st Final to the 3rd Final. This confirmed him as the Champion for PEMKAR series race Round 2. This win also marked the second straight wins for him and Serpent in this series race. As the points leader in this MOD Open TC Class he has this to say " The track condition were very tricky due to the new carpet, but after finding my set ups, my S411 was very fast and agile yet I still get the rear grip that I wanted, this eases me to get the TQ and Champion, this car has always been easy to fine tune and it reacted to the changes I made on the set ups as I expected, overall I m very happy with its handling and performance".
  6. <img src=" http://www.petitrc.com/gallery/files/4543-422073.jpg" width="600" alt="Petitrc, Automodelisme, Forum, Rc, Cyprus, On Road," /> Race report by Mustafa Alp, Serpent 411, from Turkey I arrived at the track on friday. It was now at the temporary place of Team-NCRC arena, which was absolutely fantastic with track, pit area and hobbyshop all together. As always, I started my practise with motor-sensor issues. At the end of the day, I thought we found the problem and changed the speedo. On saturday, the rest of the Serpent team arrived and we were present with 7 Serpent drivers in 40 racers. Controlled practises began with motor issues AGAIN. Serdar, the head of Serpent Turkey did not think twice and transferred his complete electronic equipment to my car and now I had a car which can complete 5 minutes. After practises, results were like this: 1-Blazej Orlowski 2-Mustafa Alp(Serpent) 3-Erol Ucar 4-Ahmet Tekelioglu(Serpent) 5-Serdar Aytemiz(Serpent) 6-Barıs Turkay 7-Ferhat Çaglıoglu 8-Niyazi Deniz 9-Ahmet Akber 10-Caghan Turna(Serpent) 12-Ates Billur(Serpent) 14-Yavuz Soylu(Serpent) 16-Tulughan Karakus(Serpent) (His first ever onroad race after some practise in VRC) I tried so many things on car setup to find best balance of the car on practises and qualifiers. At the end of the qualifiers, I found a decent setup that could almost match the pace of Blazej. Qualifiers finished with Blazej first, me in 2nd and Erol in 3rd and Ahmet in 4th again. Unfortunately Serdar had a penalty because of late marshalling that kicked him out of the main final. 9th and 10th place grids belonged to Ates and Caghan for the final respectively. In the finals me and Blazej had some exciting moments. First final started and finished very close 2.2 second gap between me and Blazej. We both lapped the rest of entire field at least twice. In second final again it started nose to tail but unfortunately after couple laps, I crashed my car not seeing it because of a bodybuilder marshall Blazej also won that final, packed his title. 3rd final started as usual, I drove little bit more conservative to maintain 2nd position. In the middle of the race Blazej had a big mistake and I had the lead. Then I made a small mistake where he regained the lead. 1 minute to go I had my car on its roof when trying to lap the other cars which costed me lots of time. At the end, we finished with 5 second gap and lapped entire field again at least twice. Ahmet had its own technical problems at the final resulting a disappointing 10th place. It was Caghans weekend with 6th position which was very satisfying for him after long time. Ates Billur had motor problems and drove with 13.5 motor which put him on 8th place. Serdar Aytemiz, who was kicked to B Main because of a penalty easily dominated B finals and finished in 11th position. Laptimes and results show that if he were in A final he would have a good fight for 3rd place. 4th place at B main went to Tulughan Karakus. Tulu was racing his 411 LE first time, and he was actually racing for the first time and this result shows he has a promising future. Last but not least, Yavuz Soylu finished in 18th position because of technical problems in first two finals. I most certainly enjoyed the race, and glad to find a setup which fulfils my driving style. Here are complete Serpent results: 2- Mustafa Alp 6- Çaghan Turna 8- Ates Billur 10-Ahmet Tekelioglu 11-Serdar Aytemiz 14-Tulughan Karakus 18-Yavuz Soylu http://www.myrcm.ch/cy/team-ncrc/20120310_387818/MODIFIED/index.html Video of 3rd Amain: I want to thank Team-Ncrc organisators for this wonderful race and my sponsor Serdar Aytemiz(Evilhobbyshop) for his amazing support. Mustafa ALP
  7. <img src=" http://www.overrc.com/courses/courses2011/frontenex27082011/IMG_8637.JPG" width="600"> Arrivés sur la piste, les pilotes trouvent des nuages sombres et une piste bien trempée. Cependant, la météo se voulait optimiste et les désaffections parmi les pilotes inscrits s'avèreront minimes. Armés de balais, quelques volontaires évacueront les flaques d'eau et enlèveront les feuilles d'arbres amenées par le vent. Timide au début, le soleil commence doucement à faire son apparition pour faire enfin sérieusement son travail. Le temps de pulvériser encore une douzaine de bouteilles de cola premier prix sur la piste (un peu plus que d'habitude en raison de la longue pause de juillet-août) pour avoir un bon grip sur une piste encore légèrement humide et les qualifications pourront débuter à 11h sur une piste quasi-sèche. La pluie fera sa réapparition après la première manche de qualification un court moment, laissant de nouveau une piste détrempée. Peu enclins à se laisser démoraliser par si peu, les pilotes et les organisateurs profiteront donc du repas proposé par le club (apéro, salade, viande au barbecue et fromage au menu) pour laisser sécher tranquillement la piste. (...) Plus de details... Par Overrc