The last challenge and movie from the Top Truck Challenge competition. It’s a bit long, but I’ve tried not to cut anything out, just fast-forward over some “boring” parts.
Yet another video!
I’m done editing a new video. This time it was the Obstacle course.
Last saturday I participated in my second competiton with my Axial SCX10. This time it was the Top Truck Challenge at Hønefoss. It was the same people as before (NORCC), and they did a wonderful job!
Here is the video from the second competition (the first was show and shine, I placed 5th with my ongoing Unimog project), the Tow Truck challenge!
I didn’t do very well…
More videos will come as soon as I’m done editing them. I’ll also upload some cool images that where taken during the day.
On the 6th of April, or second day of Easter as we call it in Norway, I was joining my first RC Scale competition, called Påskecompoen 2015. It was organized by NORCC, Norwegian RC Crawlers, and the competition was a typical class 2 crawling competition. Meaning that the truck needed to look like a real one (but not down to the smallest details). I had bought myself a used Unimog body, and scored the truck of the day!
The competition was great fun, and I filmed a lot with my GoPro camera, and you can see it all on my YouTube channel.
PS: The sneak peek video is of really bad quality, but the others are good 🙂
As I mention in the last post it started snowing while I was writing it. So I went outside to test out my Tamiya DF03-RA in the snow. Was fun, but I think I need to mount my home made studded tires on it. Need more grip when it get icy.
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This las weekend I was at Gjøvik competing in my first ever RC competition. I drove my Christmas gift M-Chassi and had a blast! I learned a lot about driving and how to set up my car. So now I’ve ordered a ton of new parts to tune it. Mostly because I manage to snap the chassis in two when I hit the wall in my practice run, and I broke one of my back wheel on the last heat. Guess that happens. Luckily new parts are pretty cheap.
I’ve uploaded a ton of images to my flickr account, so head over there to see them all.