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  1. The 2012 1/8th Buggy World Champion Robert Batlle has announced his departure from Team Yokomo in 1/10th electric. Le champion du monde 2012 (TT1/8 thermique), Robert Battle, annonce son départ de Yokomo (en 1/10ème électrique) Robert said:
  2. With the 2015 IFMAR Electric Offroad World Championships to be hosted by Yatabe Arena approaching, Yokomo is getting into high-gear to further improve our competition offroad cars. To accelerate this effort, we’re continuing to assemble an international team of World-class drivers. Team Yokomo, including Naoto Matsukura, recently joined British ace Lee Martin and many highly-skilled team members, will continue actively participating in races around the World. In addition, our experienced team will work together to actively develop leading-edge designs. Yokomo will continue its tradition of exceeding the expectations of our customers by designing the best R/C cars, participating in competitive racing with great sportsmanship, and being active as a team to provide assistance and support. Thank you, Tom Yokobori President, Yokomo Inc. ----------------------------------- Shin Adashi came twice at the "PETITRC RACE" as Kyosho driver in the past
  3. <img src="" alt="Hiro seiko - Petitrc - Titanium Hex Socket screw kits for Xray, Yokomo and Team Durango 1:10 Scale E" width="600" /> HIRO SEIKO release the Titanium Hex Socket screw kits for Xray, Yokomo and Team Durango 1:10 Scale EP buggy. Available for the XB4 / XB4 2WD, B-MAX4 III and DEX410 V4. #69813 B-MAX4 III Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set #69814 XB4 Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set #69815 XB4 2WD Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set #69816 DEX410 V4 Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set ________________________________________ Website:
  4. <IMG src="" width="600"> Round 2 of the 2013/14 BRCA 1/12 nationals took place in Stocksbridge near Sheffield last weekend. The venue has been resurrected by David Underwood and with the purchase of some brand new carpet and track markings it is hoped that it will become a popular club for drivers in the local area. On Saturday in the LMP12 10.5 stock class, Olly Jefferies took a comfortable tq driving his Reedy and LRP powered Associated. He was barely challenged in qualifying and looked to be well on top of his car setup and driving. Chris Kerswell qualified alongside Olly for Serpent/Hobbywing, with Mark Stiles completing the top-3 for Yokomo/Reedy/LRP. In the A final Olly got away cleanly and began to stretch his legs at the front. Mark managed to pass Chris for 2nd in the early stages, but a mistake then dropped him down to 4th place behind Adam Catchpole’s Corally. Shortly afterwards an uncharacteristic mistake and resulting crash put Olly out of contention, gifting the lead to Chris who drove a clean race to take the win. Adam and Mark fought for 2nd place, with Adam eventually coming out on top. In the LMP12 13.5 class Keith Robertson took an easy tq and win for Associated/Reedy ahead of Andy Sawyer’s LRP powered Corally. GT12 was won by David Hall driving a Schumacher, following the demise of pole-sitter Sam Clifton. Sunday would see faster motors and an even more dominant performance from Olly Jefferies in qualifying. Olly was the class of the field all day and despite breaking down with 2 laps remaining in the penultimate qualifier, he set the fastest time in the final run to line up on pole for the A-final. David Spashett qualified 2nd with the Zen-Racing RS chassis he designed himself, with Chris Kerswell and Mark Stiles completing the front two rows of the grid. There were no mistakes for Olly in the A-final this time and he led the race from start to finish. Mark Stiles finished 2nd following a solid drive but was over 3 seconds adrift of Olly at the end, with David Spashett holding onto third following a scrappy race for the reigning British Champion. The LMP12 Sport class was again dominated by Keith Robertson. He beat Jim Spencer in the A final to cap off a good weekend. GT12 was won by Schumacher’s Sam Clifton; he managed to keep it all together after taking top spot in qualifying. The next round of the series will be at Tamworth in just 3 weeks time. The event is already over-subscribed in several classes, but there are a number of places available in Sunday’s LMP12 classes.Results and other info relating to the series can be found on the BRCA website Setup: Yokomo R12C3 - Mark Stiles - BRCA Nationals - Stockbridge - 17.11.2013 - Source: M. Stiles / BRCA
  5. Yokomo propose to B-MAX2 owners to change their own joint def by these new one! Yokomo propose aux possesseurs de B-MAX2 la possibilité de changer leur diff d'origine défectueux par ceux-ci .
  6. Before charging the Li-po battery is safe to use for the safety bag. The size 7.4V-Li in straight rectangular size batteries into the po comfortable, are made to cover the whole material hard phlogiston. Wanquan safety measures using a material similar to inner flap. In recent years many will be obliged to use the safety bag as one of the mandates of the circuit races and regulation in the RC scene in the future will be essential items. We have been already released a lot of bags, safety is a major feature of this bag to release a compact size is a practical size can take advantage of the pits during the race to space. Approximately 17.5cm × 7cm × 8cm in size. ※ The photograph is an example of using. ※ This product is not flammable and reduce inflammation in the early stages, not all have to stop the fire. When the battery charge is always top of the charger read instructions carefully, please charge the battery the right way. Source Yokomo - texte en Français traduit du Japonais