Going Global

Going Global I have been writing reviews on cars and doing build reviews on RCRacingNi for over 10 years as well as writing for Racer magazine as the on-road technical editor.  While I hope to still write for Racer I want to also expand my site to a global audience, hence R/C Racing Reviews.  I hope you like the new […]

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Tamiya TT02 Build

The UMCC have been running two classes indoors for a number of seasons now with Tamiya Mini’s as the slower, ‘fun’, class and then 13.5 brushless touring car as the ‘expert’ class. I have put ‘fun’ and ‘expert’ in quotes because in both classes there is a lot of close racing. For some the faster touring car class is seen […]

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ARC R10 2013 Build Review

I have not managed to complete this review yet but a couple of people have asked me about the pictures… so here you go a bit of a preview. I received this for review just before ARC brought out the new 2015 edition.  The new edition is very similar to the 2013 with a couple of exceptions;  They have added […]

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Associated TC6.2 Build Review

I have always liked the Associated TC6 range of cars and I have driven all the models in the TC6.x platform right from the TC6 that, in my mind, really made the move for Associated towards a Lipo centric chassis and the higher demands that the brushless motors and dynamic timing speedos put on todays chassis.  Associated TC6 A bit […]

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Schumacher SupaStox Build Review

At our local club, the UMCC (http://www.umcc.co.uk) we have always raced 10th electric touring cars over the winter, indoors, on carpet.  Touring cars have, over the years, become faster and faster as speedo technology and brushless motors push on. This has meant that the 10.5T brushless series that we have run in the past has become almost undrivable indoors. A […]

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