â€¢ Inside a CycloneÂ – Racer takes a look at Andy Moore’s National winning Hot Bodies tourer.
â€¢ Indoor ActionÂ – The little XMB4 buggy from A-Tech is perfect for indoor fun as we get to see what you get for your money.
â€¢ Team EffortÂ – All the goodies have been collected off the options parts list to create the high spec, race ready Associated RC18T Factory Team.
â€¢ Xray’s XB8RacerÂ – Xray makes their nitro buggy even more appealing in XB8R guise that still has a impressive specification but with a great price.
â€¢ French FancyÂ – Crono’s Davide Tortorici was once again the best in Europe as the best from the continent headed to Reims in France for the 2005 championships.
â€¢ Broxtowe Hosts the CupÂ – The second round of the Tamiya Eurocup headed to the challenging Broxtowe track in the Midlands.
â€¢ Is this the Future?Â – We take an in-depth look at the latest brushless system from LRP.
â€¢ Academy Velox XBÂ – Lightweight, high performance and much more with the latest nitro powered 1:10 off-roader out of Korea.
â€¢ Tenth is Best EverÂ – The annual KO Grand prix took place at the West London track, celebrating its tenth anniversary at the same time. With a large, quality entry, the on track action was every match for the hot weather.
â€¢ New Venue, New WinnerÂ – The 1:10 off-road series took in a new venue at Oxon that brought with it a new winner too.
â€¢ Two-Day ClassicÂ – Holbeach once again hosted the annual two-day rallycross national at its all grass facility as Neil Cragg made amends for the previous year.
â€¢ What Makes a Worlds Winner?Â – Neil Cragg kindly lent Racer his 2WD Worlds winning Associated B4 for an exclusive insight.
â€¢ Double ActÂ – Barham and Bedworth were the hosts of the latest Modified and Stock Nationals respectively as Racer catches up on all the action.
â€¢ Champ CarÂ – The World Championship winning Evolva is one of the cars to have on the competition 1:8 IC Circuit tracks and we put the Sirio equipped machine to the test.