RC Race at Dubai Autodrome – 1st of October 2021

UAE RC Group, RC-ME, Dubai Autdrome and RV Bin Lahej

We are very excited to announce the RC Touring Car Race Season 2021/2022 opening on the 1st of October at the EME 2021 at Dubai Autodrome.

Event Information

The Emirates Motorsport Exhibition is the UAE’s groundbreaking Motorsport exhibition that brings together all forms of Motorsport in the UAE. Meet teams, competitors, and key stakeholders in this exciting expo. Organised by Dubai Autodrome, in collaboration with the ATCUAE and with the support of the Dubai Sports Council.

We are very thankful for the support and work from UAE RC Group and sponsors RV Bin LahejRC-ME.com, and especially Dubai Autodrome. They are providing us with the opportunity to race at their event among motorsport enthusiasts.

Classes

Race Information

We will be racing the Tamiya M-Chassis, and 1/10- Electric Touring Cars (13.5T Blinky).

Rules & Specifications

Please make sure to read the recently updated RC race class information and specs here.

Registration


Click here to sign up to race on RC-ME.com


Race Day Schedule and information

1.) Safety

COVID-19 precautions:

  • Social Distancing (min 2m) must be adhered to at all times
  • Everyone must Wear Masks at all times 
  • If you do not feel well or showing symptoms, please do not come, and notify us
  • Hand Sanitizers are placed on all tables and to be used regularly and we ask everyone to help keep surfaces clean 
  • The Race Admin area is only to be occupied by the race administration, not racers
  • Only Race Administration and registered racers occupy pit area and driving stands. Please ask all visitors to spectate from the other side of the track.
  • Drivers Briefing and Awarding must take place outside of the pit tent in a socially distanced manor. 
  • If anyone at any time shows temperature or symptoms, you will need to self isolate in your vehicle while we notify the DHA for guidance on next steps

General Safety:

  • We recommend wearing closed shoes to protect your feet during track marshalling
  • We ask everyone’s support to advise spectators and passers-by to not step into the track to avoid Injury. Especially Children 
  • Batteries are to be kept in a LIPO Bag or case while charging, or not in use

2.) Location

Dubai Autodrome Paddock Area

3.) Facilities 

  • Everyone is to use bins and help keep our area clean and make use of garbage bins close by
  • If bins are full, we have extra bin bags on standby, ask!
  • Toilets are available on site

4.) Schedule

We continue to grow, so therefore also need to respect everyone’s time. heats will be run on schedule independent of racers being at the drivers stand.

ScheduleStartEnd Track Status
Registration check in, Tire Hand out &
Tech Inspections
11:30 AM 01:30 PMOpen for practice
Driver Briefing 03:00 PM03:30 PMClosed
Qualifiers 03:30 PM06:00 PMRace only (Race tires only)
Break06:00 PM06:30 PMBreak
Mains06:45 PM08:30 PMRace only (Race tires only)
Award Ceremony08:45 PM09:30 PMClosed
After awarding 9:30 Till end of EventOpen for practice
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A provisional heat schedule is at the end of this page.

5.) Upon arrival 

  • Registration – Immediately meet us at the administration desk so we can check you in the race system, and provide you with a transponder if needed (100AED deposit per transponder)
  • Tire Handout – pick up your control tires
    • Touring Car 120 AED
    • Tamiya M-Chassis 100 AED
  • Motor Testing Sealing – if your motor has not been tested and sealed please arrive early.

6.) Driver Briefing

  • Attendance to the driver briefing ins mandatory.
  • We will share important information for the race and also handout race numbers.

7.) Transponders

  • All registered racers are now showing live on Live RC 
  • If you own a transponder, confirm the number is correct (if not notify Race Admin)
  • If you don’t own a transponder you will receive it from Race Adminn arrival (per point 3)
  • Installation instructions are available here

8.) Class specifications

  • We are very proud our community is growing and our driver’s ability increase. Therefore we must continue to protect our races’ integrity races’ integrity to enable future growth.
  • We continue to increase our focus more on technical adherence to race specifications. This creates an equal playing field and more competition during the race. 
  • Each racers must  have complete the sign up registration form on RC-ME.com acknowledging you have read all class information

8.) How the Race works 

Qualifiers:

  • For race classes with high participation the drivers will be broken up into several groups.
  • The number of heats each group drivers per class (1:10 TC) will vary depending on how many participants are in each class, and our ability to manage schedule for us to start and finish on time on race day.
  • Each class will have up to three qualifying rounds (heats). Heats will be 5 minutes
  • For each round (heat) drivers will get points, based on number of laps and time of finishing laps.
  • Qualifying Rounds (heats) will have a staggered start where the computer will call out your name up which you start the race.
  • Every driver will have full 5 minutes for Electric TC.
  • In each round, drivers will score points based on the laps and times achieved.
  • The number of points awarded to the best driver will be equal to 0, second position 2, points, 3rd position 3 points etc. Up to last position one by one.
  • In every round, in case of a tie, the points will be equally awarded to each driver, and the first driver not to tie, will receive points according to their position in the qualifying list.
  • For example:
    • 1st driver will score 0 points
    • 2nd driver will score 2 points
    • 3rd driver will score 3 points
    • 4th driver will score 4 points
    • 5th driver 7 laps, 10:01:00 will score 5 points TIE
    • 6th driver 7 laps, 10:01:00 will score 5 points TIE
    • 7th driver 7 laps, 10:01:00 will score 5 points
    • TIE 8th driver 7 laps, 10:10:00 will score 8 points
  • In the event of a tied position for the final Qualifying positions when ‘best’ scores are added together, only the scores (and laps/times) from counting Rounds added will be used to decide the tie. The discarded Round scores (and laps/times) will not be used to decide any tie. The driver with the lowest individual points within the Round scores added will be awarded the tie: (eg. 1+2+3=6 beats 2+2+2=6). If the tie continues, the next best individual points will be considered: (eg. 1+1+4=6 beats 1+2+3=6).
  • If a comparison of points fails to break the tie, then the laps & times from each drivers lowest point scoring Round will be compared. The driver with the fastest laps & time from their lowest point scoring Round will be awarded the tie. In the unlikely event of these times being equal, then the second best points scoring Round times will be used. If a driver does not score a time (or has his time disqualified) in any Round, the driver scores points equal to 500, DNS (Did Not Start).
  • In the case the race director needs to call a false start, all cars are to remain on the track and drivers are to remain on the stand and follow the race directors instructions. It is not permitted to make any changes or modification to your car in in the time between the false start and restart of the race.

Overall qualifying positions

The results are based on the points where the result is determined as such:

  • Out of  three (3) Qualifying Rounds: each drivers best two (2) point scores (lowest) will be added to count for the Overall Ranking.
  • Out of two or one (2/1) Qualifying Rounds: each drivers best one (1) point score (lowest) will be used to count for the Overall Ranking.

All drivers will be entitled to participate in a Main final (A,B,C)

Mains (Finals)

  • The groups class will have up to three rounds (heats) that are 5 minutes for Electric TC
  • The overall amount of Mains (i.e. A-Main, B-Main, C-Main) is determined by the amount of participants per class
  • For each round (heat) drivers will get points, based on number of laps and time of finishing laps.
  • Mains Rounds (heats) will have a Grid Start signaled by the race system or announcement from race admin
  • The Main you participate in and the position on the grid is determined by your results in the qualifying rounds.
  • We aim to run up to 3 rounds (heats_ per Main, and will run minimum 1 if schedule does not permit.

The results are based on the points where the result is determined as such:

  • Out of  three (3) Main Rounds: each drivers best two (2) point scores (lowest) will be added to count for the Overall Final score.
  • Out of two or one (2/1) Main Rounds: each drivers best one (1) point score (lowest) will be used to count for the Overall Ranking.

There will be a podium and top 3 winners determined for each Main (A,B,C) per class.

9.) Technical Inspection

  • Technical inspections will take place before and after heats at random selection
  • We maintain the right to inspect your car at any time.
  • Cars which are not presented for technical inspection upon request may be disqualified from that heat.
  • Any race damage will be taken into account.
  • At the end of finals, all cars will be impounded and may be inspected.

10.) Driving Standards

  • Please be respectful of other drivers on the track and their equipment 
  • Show Teammanship throughout the entire day and the race. Help each other become faster. If you accidentally jumped a barrier and gained a position via short cut, let that person pass you again. 
  • Intentional ramming is strongly discouraged
  • Speak to each other on the driving stand
  • There will be no use of the track between Qualifier or Mains Heats
  • Cars are to be placed on the straight with no laps driven until the start of the heat unless the Race Director asks you to so
  • Qualifiers are not a Main – focus on clean lines and times
  • If you are on the same lap. If the person behind is lapping, you must give way. 

11.) Track Marshalls

We are one big team that helps each other; everyone is responsible after their race to be a track, Marshall. If you are racing in back-to-back races, please identify someone in the group who can track Marshall on your behalf. 

12.) Food

Feel free to bring your own food. There will be food stalls available at Autodrome.

13.) Provisional heat Schedule

Season 2021/2022 – Electric Race Class & Specs update

Looking forward 

The 2020/21 Season was full of great racing and excitement. We made some great progress in establishing a racing scent and look forward to doing more. Most important is we had fun and in the process established some great friendships.  

This year we are making the following key changes to classes and specifications to further mature our racing by keeping the playing field as even as possible for competition level racing. 

The majority of specifications remain the same to last year, with the key changes summarized here and followed by class by class specifications below. 

Key Changes for race season 2021/22

Here are the key changes this season with the full specification per class listed below:

Motors 

For blinky race  classes the following motors are permitted for use and will be reviewed and sealed by race administration in advance of the race:

  • Hobbywing Justock-3650SD 13.5T G2.1 (30408010)
  • Hobbywing Justock-3650SD 17.5T G2.1(30408011)

Permitted legacy options:

  • Hobbywing Justock -3650SD-13.5T G2 (30408005)
  • Hobbywing Justock -3650SD-17.5T G2 (30408005)

The motor used in race must be reviewed by Race Admin in advance of race and will be sealed.

Please note: Motors can be purchased from any shop/dealer/supplier, as long as they are handed over to race admin for testing and sealing prior to race. 

For boosted/modified classes the motor choice is open, as long as it specifically outlines the correct number of turns on the motor. I.e.. 13.5T 

Tires

Handout Tires will be introduced at each race to ensure everyone is racing on the same compound with tires being one of the most significant performance factors. Handout sets will be marked specifically for each race. 

Tires will be sold on race day at a discounted fee communicated with race announcement. 

A limit is set per race and class on how many can be purchased and used across race day. 

Bodies & Spoiler/Wing

For Tamiya M-Chassis the body should be a reasonable scale representation of any existing ‘B/C-Segment front-wheel drive sedan/hatchback or wagon. (Hyper-M body will be prohibited)

Weight

The total weight of the car is specified for each class. Total weight includes the car with body, clips, electronics, wheels and battery. 

It is permitted to secure led or brass weights to the chassis of the car to ensure the car meets the minimum weight requirement. 

Charging & Voltage

Any Lithium-Polymer (Li-Po) 2s battery may be used.

Max Batt Voltage: 8.40v (high voltage charging is prohibited and will be checked in pre-race tech) 

Full Race Class specifications and rules 20/21

Important note:

These rules are assembled for simplicity and will be enforced if we believe an advantage is gained by “outlaw” activities. Mistakes will be excused, however actions taken to cheat will be dealt with strictly. We race for fun, let’s keep it fun for everyone. 

General specifications:

Motors:Blinky classes permit only the following zero timing motors are permitted for use and will be reviewed and sealed by race administration in advance of the race:

Permitted motors:

– Hobbywing Justock-3650SD 13.5T G2.1 (30408010)
– Hobbywing Justock-3650SD 17.5T G2.1(30408011)

Permitted legacy options:
– Hobbywing Justock -3650SD-13.5T G2 (30408005)
– Hobbywing Justock -3650SD-17.5T G2 (30408005)


The motor used in race must be reviewed by Race Admin in advance of race and will be sealed.

Boosted/Modified class:

For boosted/modified classes the motor choice is open, as long as it specifically outlines the correct number of turns on the motor specified per class. I.e.. 13.5T.
 
Class specifications below outline which motor is to be used. 

Important: The mentioned motors can be purchased from any supplier, as long as they are handed over for testing and sealing prior to race. 
Electronics:ESCs (Speed Controllers)

For all blinky classes must state in manual it supports blinky class. 

Batteries:

Any Lithium-Polymer (Li-Po) 2s battery may be used.Max Batt Voltage: 8.40v (high voltage charging is prohibited and will be checked in pre-race tech). 

Body:
All Classes 

– Car bodies  must be painted and must be cut along the moulded trim lines.
– Removing material beyond/above the trim line is prohibited.
– Leaving extra material below the trim lines of the body is also prohibited.
– You are not allowed to create extra vent holes for the purpose of ventilation or performance enhancement.
– All car bodies must use the wings that are supplied in the.Mixing and matching the included ABS plastic wings, between different body styles, is prohibited.

Specific to class
– Body dimensions and styles permitted per class below according to each class.
Gearing:
For each of the Touring Car classes we provide an FDR recommendation. This recommendation is provide guidance. 
Tires:
Handout Tires must be used on race day as specified by race administration. 

Tires will be provided against fee on Race Day. A limit is set per race and class on how many can be purchased and used across race day. 
Weight:The total weight of the car is specified for each class. Total weight includes the car with body, clips, electronics, wheels, wheel nuts, and battery.It is permitted to fix led or brass weights to add additional weight to meet weight specification. 
Permitted weight per class is in the class sp
ecifications below.

Class specific specifications:

1/10 Electric 4WD  Touring Car – 13.5T Blinky 

Chassis:Any 4wd 1/10 electric touring car specified chassis
Body:190mm – 4 door touring car body with original wing provided
Motor:13.5T Brushless Motor (from approved list)
ESC:Blinky ESC (Zero Timing)
Battery:2S Lipo at max Max Batt Voltage: 8.40v
GearingAn FDR of 4-4.5 is recommended although not mandatory
Tires:Handout Tires will be provided on race day  (Max 2 set of tyres per event) Tire warmers are not permitted.
Minimum Weight:1320g 

1/10 Electric 4WD Touring Car – 13.5T Boosted/Modified

Chassis:Any 4wd 1/10 electric touring car specified chassis
Body:190mm – 4 door touring car body with original wing provided
Motor:Any 13.5T Brushless Motor 
ESC:Can be set outside of Blinky mode 
Battery:2S Lipo at max Max Batt Voltage: 8.40v
GearingFDR: Open 
Tires:Handout Tires will be provided on race day Max 3 set of tyres per eventTire warmers are not permitted.
Minimum Weight:1320g 

1/10 Electric 4WD  Mini Touring Car – 17.5T Blinky 

Chassis:Any 4wd 1/10 electric Mini Touring car specified chassis with 210mm Wheelbase 
Body:210mm – 4 door touring car body with original wing provided
Motor:17.5T Brushless Motor (from approved list)
ESC:Blinky ESC (Zero Timing)
Battery:2S Lipo at max Max Batt Voltage: 8.40v
GearingAn FDR of 4-4.5 is recommended although not mandatory
Tires:Handout Tires will be provided on race day  Max 2 set of tyres per event Tire warmers are not permitted.
Minimum Weight:1320g 

Tamiya M-Chassis 2WD – 17.5T Blinky 

Chassis:Chassis: M-07, M-08. Older platforms may be used, but will be at a gear ratio disadvantageAny Hop-Up Option and spare part is allowed and legal as long as it is used in the way it was designed, and installed on the vehicle it was designed for.It is strictly forbidden to re-engineer or modify stock or Hop-Up-Options parts.Lightweight screws and adjustable turnbuckles that are made of aluminum, steel or Titanium made by other manufacturers are permitted.You may alter the car in any way called out in the “car instruction manual” or “chassis setting sheet”. If the “chassis setting sheet” calls out the adjustment, then it’s legal to make the change to your car.Any manufactured ball bearing may be used as a Hop-Up.
Body:For Tamiya M-Chassis the body should be a reasonable scale representation of any existing ‘B/C-Segment front-wheel drive sedan/hatchback or wagon. I.e.. Hyper-M body will be prohibitedInformation on B-Segment and C-Segment cars can be found here
Motor:17.5T Brushless Motor (from approved list above)
ESC:Blinky ESC (Zero Timing)
Battery:2S Lipo at max Max Batt Voltage: 8.40v
GearingGearing: To create an equal speed between all M-Chassis models the max pinion size is 20T (included in box with the m07R).
Tires:Handout Tires will be provided on race day  Max 2 set of tyres per event Tire warmers are not permitted.
Minimum Weight:1300g 

Round up! 11th of June – Al Ain On Road 1/10 electric and Nitro Race

The UAE RC season may have officially ended with the expected arrival of the hot middle eastern summer (+40c), yet the appetite to continue racing has been so big from our growing community w

We claim the season officially ended and expected the hot middle eastern summer (+47 Celcius) would turn most people off and slow things down. It turns out we were wrong, and all the momentum created over the past year has just grown our number of enthusiasts asking for more of the same and more Nitro. With that in mind took on the attempt to run a race at the Binona track at the Al Ain Sportsplex this past Friday, and the turnout was EPIC despite the majority of drivers requiring to take COVID-19 tests to cross the border from Dubai towards Abu Dhabi. That, in my view, proves our case for growth in Enthusiasts.

This past Friday, 11th of June, both the known Binona guard and several of our new drivers who joined over the past year met for a late evening race across both 1/10 Electric and Nitor Touring cars. It was also the first time the Binona RC Track was in since the pandemic, making this event even more special. 

Huge thanks to the 25 drivers and support from RC-ME.com Hamad 640 teams, and of course, our Binona RC crew for making this a great experience. 

Full results and details are available on Live RC.

1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5T Blinky

A MAIN

1st – Edward Anthonijsz

2nd – Sultan Faizan

3rd – Lawrence Winter

B MAIN

1st – Ahmed Abubaker

2nd – Juma Al Tayer

3rd – Bruce Pool

1/10 Nitro Touring Car

A MAIN

1st – Mohammad Mohammad

2nd – Dave De Geus

3rd – Abdulla Rais

B MAIN

1st – Jamea Alkhameeri

2nd – Jerwin Vincente

3rd – Fahad Ahmed

More Fotos from the Event

Round up! 2021 Triple Series 3 of 3

The 2021 triple series came to an end this past Friday, the 7th, with its 3rd race under the title “Night Time Touring” RC Race at Drift Zone in Sports City within the VIP Parking Area of the Dubai International Cricket Stadium and the feedback so far has been amazing, thanks to the excellent partners with the UAE RC Group, and sponsorship of RV Bin LahejRC-ME.com and Drift Zone and support of the drivers.

More than a just race, but a gathering that celebrated the RC Community and friends we have made over the past year. RC Racing is still nascent in the region. We managed to have overall 6 Races since October 2020 across three different venues despite all limiting circumstances due to COVID-19 and lack of a permanent facility within Dubai.

A total of 26 drivers raced across two classes (TC & Tamiya M-chassis) across 33 cars. It demonstrated visible improvements in skills across the season with both more seasoned and newer drivers.

We are already excited for next season (Oct ’21 – May ’22) to get back to it and take all our experiences into account.

Congratulations to our podium holders and massive thanks to all our drivers for an excellent race day!! Full results and details are available on Live RC.

Thank you to RC-ME.com for raffling off three Xpress Execute XM1s kits. It looks like there is a new in the making.

1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 Blinky

A MAIN

1st – Mohammad Mohammad

2nd – Edward Anthonijsz

3rd – Davey De Geus

B MAIN

1st – Naser Alblooshi

2nd – Mohammed Moussa Aburashid

3rd – Allan Anday

C MAIN

1st – Victor Agustin

2nd – Ethan Alvarez

3rd – John Bryan

D MAIN

1st – Nicky Taruc

2nd – Amer AL Nadhari

3rd – Aries Contaoi

Tamiya M-Chassis

A MAIN

1st – Edward Anthonijsz

2nd – Abdulla Rais

3rd – Allan Anday

B MAIN

1st – Juma Al Tayer

2nd – Abdulla AlGhalib

3rd – Nicky Taruc

Some more coverage from the day

Ramadan RC Race at Drift Zone DXB – 7th of May 2021

UAE RC Group
RV Bin Lahej

 

RC-ME.com

Announcement

Its short notice, but finally here! The third and final race of our triple series will be taking place at Drift Zone in Sports City within the VIP Parking Area of the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Again possible thanks to the hard work and support of the UAE RC GroupRV Bin LahejRC-ME.com and Drift Zone team who are dedicating some of their space to us for the race!

This is the official 3nd and final race of the triple series we originally announced to welcome 2020 (see original post)

RC-ME.com will host a raffle among all drivers that fully participate in 2 out of 3 race dates with the opportunity to win 1 of the total 3 Xpress Execute XM1S car kits (Mini touring car kit). The winners will be drawn after the 3rd and final RC race award ceremony.

Race Dates are as follows:

  • Race 1 – 22nd of January – Mushrif Park – click here for race report
  • Race 2- 02nd of April – Ibn Battuta Mall – click here for race report
  • Race 3 – 07th of May – Drift Zone

Races will be across the Tamiya M-Chassis, and 1/10- Electric Touring Cars (13.5T Blinky). Please make sure to read the RC race class information below, and all specific information to Race Day facilities and how the race works can be found here.


Click here to sign up to race on RC-Me.com


Race Class Information

1/10 Electric Touring Car Class

  • About: 1/10 scale 4WD Touring Cars
  • Recommended Skill Level: Advanced to Expert
  • General Rules:
    1. Any 4wd 1/10 electric touring car specified chassis
    2. 13.5T Brushless Motor
    3. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode). Minimum weight: 1320 gr
    4. Body: 190mm – 4 door touring car body
    5. Tires: Rubber tires 
    6. Traction compound is permitted.
    7. Tire warmers are not permitted.

Tamiya M-Chassis Class 

  • About:  Tamiya M-Chassis FWD and RWD machines.
  • Recommended Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
  • General Rules:
    1. Chassis: M-07, M-08. Older platforms may be used, but will be at a gear ratio disadvantage
    2. Spec Motor Rules: Participants in this class fixed timing motor, not lower than 16T.
    3. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode).
    4. Minimum weight: All M-chassis cars must meet a minimum weight of 1300 grams.
    5. Gearing: To create an equal speed between all M-Chassis models the max pinion size is 20T (included in box with the m07R).
  • General Rules applying to all Tamiya class races

Make sure to read race class-specific rules for any restrictions/exceptions from the general rules.

Chassis

  1. All chassis platforms must be built per the instruction manual. Altering their basic structure and design is prohibited.
  2. Any Hop-Up Option and spare part is allowed and legal as long as it is used in the way it was designed, and installed on the vehicle it was designed for.
  3. It is strictly forbidden to re-engineer or modify stock or Hop-Up-Options parts.
  4. Chassis lightening (through milling parts) is prohibited in all TCS classes.
  5. Lightweight screws and adjustable turnbuckles that are made of aluminum, steel or Titanium made by other manufactures is permitted.
  6. The use of shims to remove the slop or play in suspension arms, steering bell-cranks, and wheel axles is permitted in all vehicles.
  7. Changing the camber-link positions on the car other than the way it was intended per the instruction manual or “chassis setting sheet” is prohibited.
  8. Camber links must be positioned in the existing bulkhead mounting holes. Drilling new camber link holes is prohibited.
  9. Steering tie-rod linkages, on all chassis platforms, must be attached to the steering knuckle per the instruction manual. Drilling new holes to change “Ackerman” is not permitted. Raising and lowering the steering tie-rods with shims, on the steering knuckle itself to change bump steer is not allowed unless specified in the chassis manual, set-up sheet, or Hop-Up-Option instruction.
  10. You may alter the car in any way called out in the “car instruction manual” or “chassis setting sheet”. If the “chassis setting sheet” calls out the adjustment, then it’s legal to make the change to your car.
  11. Any manufactured ball bearing may be used as a Hop-Up.
  12. Internal Drive Gears: You must use the internal drive gears called out in the chassis assembly manual. The internal drive gears of ANY chassis platform may not be altered, changed or modified unless it is done with Tamiya Hop-Up Options designed for that specific purpose. Using different Pulley, Ring, and Pinion gears from different chassis platforms to create a hybrid internal drive ratio is not allowed. Furthermore, you are not allowed to file, machine or Dremel the gear driveline to squeeze in bigger pinion and spur gears.

Electronics 

  1. The use of electronic driving aids is strictly prohibited. Examples: Gyroscopes connected to steering servos to control steering input and traction control devices connected to Electronic Speed Controls are NOT permitted.
  2. Electronics must be mounted in the general chassis locations outlined in the instruction manual of your car, especially STEERING SERVOS. You may move around receivers and ESC’s in alternate positions if the room in your car permits on the MAIN chassis deck only. In cases where a “Shorty” battery pack is being used, where chassis space is freed up, the ESC or Receiver may be repositioned.

 Batteries  

  1. Any Lithium-Polymer (Li-Po) 2s battery may be used, charged up to max 8,4V
  2. Sport Ni-Cd and Ni-Mh batteries are legal.
  3. Any battery connector is allowed to be used in all classes.

  Car body rules  

  1. All car bodies must be painted and must be cut along the moulded trim lines.
  2. Removing material beyond/above the trim line is prohibited.
  3. Leaving extra material below the trim lines of the body is also prohibited.
  4. You are not allowed to create extra vent holes for the purpose of ventilation or performance enhancement.
  5. All car bodies must use the wings that are supplied in the.
  6. Mixing and matching the included ABS plastic wings, between different body styles, is prohibited.

Motor Rules

  1. Any motor connector or direct hard wiring to the motor is allowed.
  2. The use of any manufacturer’s cooling fan is legal. However, the fan must be no larger than 1.5 in. X 1.5 in. or 40mm square and must run off the receiver or direct from the main battery pack. It is ILLEGAL to have a secondary battery to power the fan. No more than 2 fans total are permitted in a vehicle. This includes the speed control fan.
  3. It is forbidden to crank the physical timing mechanically or through the use of rare earth magnets. This rule applies to all the classes that use the Tamiya 540-J/Mabuchi or Torque-Tuned silver can motor.
  4. It is FORBIDDEN to “COOK” brushless motor rotors to weaken magnet strength.
  5. All Silver-CAN Johnson 540-J, RS-540 Torque-Tuned motors are limited to 23,500 RPM maximum RPM.
  6. Brushless motor classes may not have less than 16T (stock timing/ not adjustable)

Tire & Wheel rules

  1. Traction compound is allowed
  2. Tire warmers are allowed

Round up! 2021 Opening Race 2 of 3

The second race of the triple series took place this past Friday, the 2nd of April. It was undoubtedly a fantastic event with a new location and outstanding support to help our efforts to introduce more competitive racing and grow the RC Community.

The UAE RC Group, Binona Team, is very thankful for the ongoing support from their sponsors RV Bin LahejRC-ME. Further, we’d like to welcome and thank our new sponsor Ibn Battuta Mall in Dubai who brought in Gargash Automobiles and many of their retailers who contributed additional awards and prizes for both participants and spectators.

With the support of Ibn Battuta Mall, the RC race took place on the top deck of their parking house, which impressively transformed into a racing facility for the day thanks to the UAE RC Group’s efforts

This combination of all the mentioned provided for a shaded racing environment, on a super smooth surface, with pit facilities, electricities, driving stands, podium, and the great to great shopping and dining facilities of the mall. All of this combined provided some pretty exciting racing as part of a well-organized day and some pleased drivers.

On behalf of all drivers and coordinators, we thank our sponsors for their amazing support that made this possibel.

Now congratulations to our winners of the RC car race, and massive thanks to all our drivers for an excellent race day!! Full results and details are available on Live RC.

1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 Blinky

A MAIN

1st – Edward Anthonijsz

2nd – Mohammad Mohammad

3rd – Robert Maloles

B MAIN

1st – Allan Anday

2nd – Nasser Alblooshi

3rd – Rahul Rana

C MAIN

1st – Victor Agustin

2nd – John Bryan Rodil

3rd – Amer Al Nadhari

Tamiya M-Chassis

A MAIN

1st – Edward Anthonijsz

2nd – Abdulla Rais

3rd – Allan Anday

Some more coverage from the day

RC Race – IBN Battuta Mall – 2nd of April 2021

Announcement

We are happy to announce the second of our triple race series will be taking place at the Ibn Battuta Mall, in Dubai on Friday the 02nd of Aprilh. This will be the second of our triple race series, after having to cancel the February race due to COVID restrictions coming in place.

Even better, we will be racing in a new place on the shaded top parking deck of P3 at IBN Battuta Mall.

All of this thanks to the hard work and support of the UAE RC GroupRV Bin LahejRC-ME.comUAE RC Pro and the Ibn Battuta Mall.

This will be official 2nd race of the triple series we originally announced to welcome 2020 (see original post)

RC-ME.com will host a raffle among all drivers that fully participate in 2 out of 3 race dates with the opportunity to win 1 of the total 3 Xpress Execute XM1S car kits (Mini touring car kit). The winners will be drawn after the 3rd and final RC race award ceremony.

Race Dates are as follows:

  • Race 1 – 22nd of January – Mushrif Park – click here for race report
  • Race 2- 02nd of April – Ibn Battuta Mall
  • Race 3 – TBD

Races will be across three classes Tamiya M-Chassis, and 1/10- Electric Touring Cars (13.5T Blinky). Please make sure to read the RC race class information below, and all specific information to Race Day facilities and how the race works can be found here.


Click here to sign up to race on RC-Me.com


Race Class Information

Losi Mini T Class

  • About: 1/18 scale 2WD stadium truck.
  • Recommended Skill Level: Beginner to Expert
  • General Rules:
    1. Chassis must be a Losi Mini T or Mini T 2.0
    2. Losi Mini-T aluminium upgrades are permitted
    3. Spec Motor: Brushless motor with no more than 6000kv
    4. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode)
    5. Tires – stock only
    6. Gearing: original stock pinion only

1/10 Electric Touring Car Class

  • About: 1/10 scale 4WD Touring Cars
  • Recommended Skill Level: Advanced to Expert
  • General Rules:
    1. Any 4wd 1/10 electric touring car specified chassis
    2. 13.5T Brushless Motor
    3. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode). Minimum weight: 1320 gr
    4. Body: 190mm – 4 door touring car body
    5. Tires: Rubber tires 
    6. Traction compound is permitted.
    7. Tire warmers are not permitted.

Tamiya M-Chassis Class 

  • About:  Tamiya M-Chassis FWD and RWD machines.
  • Recommended Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
  • General Rules:
    1. Chassis: M-07, M-08. Older platforms may be used, but will be at a gear ratio disadvantage
    2. Spec Motor Rules: Participants in this class fixed timing motor, not lower than 16T.
    3. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode).
    4. Minimum weight: All M-chassis cars must meet a minimum weight of 1300 grams.
    5. Gearing: To create an equal speed between all M-Chassis models the max pinion size is 20T (included in box with the m07R).
  • General Rules applying to all Tamiya class races

Make sure to read race class-specific rules for any restrictions/exceptions from the general rules.

Chassis

  1. All chassis platforms must be built per the instruction manual. Altering their basic structure and design is prohibited.
  2. Any Hop-Up Option and spare part is allowed and legal as long as it is used in the way it was designed, and installed on the vehicle it was designed for.
  3. It is strictly forbidden to re-engineer or modify stock or Hop-Up-Options parts.
  4. Chassis lightening (through milling parts) is prohibited in all TCS classes.
  5. Lightweight screws and adjustable turnbuckles that are made of aluminum, steel or Titanium made by other manufactures is permitted.
  6. The use of shims to remove the slop or play in suspension arms, steering bell-cranks, and wheel axles is permitted in all vehicles.
  7. Changing the camber-link positions on the car other than the way it was intended per the instruction manual or “chassis setting sheet” is prohibited.
  8. Camber links must be positioned in the existing bulkhead mounting holes. Drilling new camber link holes is prohibited.
  9. Steering tie-rod linkages, on all chassis platforms, must be attached to the steering knuckle per the instruction manual. Drilling new holes to change “Ackerman” is not permitted. Raising and lowering the steering tie-rods with shims, on the steering knuckle itself to change bump steer is not allowed unless specified in the chassis manual, set-up sheet, or Hop-Up-Option instruction.
  10. You may alter the car in any way called out in the “car instruction manual” or “chassis setting sheet”. If the “chassis setting sheet” calls out the adjustment, then it’s legal to make the change to your car.
  11. Any manufactured ball bearing may be used as a Hop-Up.
  12. Internal Drive Gears: You must use the internal drive gears called out in the chassis assembly manual. The internal drive gears of ANY chassis platform may not be altered, changed or modified unless it is done with Tamiya Hop-Up Options designed for that specific purpose. Using different Pulley, Ring, and Pinion gears from different chassis platforms to create a hybrid internal drive ratio is not allowed. Furthermore, you are not allowed to file, machine or Dremel the gear driveline to squeeze in bigger pinion and spur gears.

Electronics 

  1. The use of electronic driving aids is strictly prohibited. Examples: Gyroscopes connected to steering servos to control steering input and traction control devices connected to Electronic Speed Controls are NOT permitted.
  2. Electronics must be mounted in the general chassis locations outlined in the instruction manual of your car, especially STEERING SERVOS. You may move around receivers and ESC’s in alternate positions if the room in your car permits on the MAIN chassis deck only. In cases where a “Shorty” battery pack is being used, where chassis space is freed up, the ESC or Receiver may be repositioned.

 Batteries  

  1. Any Lithium-Polymer (Li-Po) 2s battery may be used, charged up to max 8,4V
  2. Sport Ni-Cd and Ni-Mh batteries are legal.
  3. Any battery connector is allowed to be used in all classes.

  Car body rules  

  1. All car bodies must be painted and must be cut along the moulded trim lines.
  2. Removing material beyond/above the trim line is prohibited.
  3. Leaving extra material below the trim lines of the body is also prohibited.
  4. You are not allowed to create extra vent holes for the purpose of ventilation or performance enhancement.
  5. All car bodies must use the wings that are supplied in the.
  6. Mixing and matching the included ABS plastic wings, between different body styles, is prohibited.

Motor Rules

  1. Any motor connector or direct hard wiring to the motor is allowed.
  2. The use of any manufacturer’s cooling fan is legal. However, the fan must be no larger than 1.5 in. X 1.5 in. or 40mm square and must run off the receiver or direct from the main battery pack. It is ILLEGAL to have a secondary battery to power the fan. No more than 2 fans total are permitted in a vehicle. This includes the speed control fan.
  3. It is forbidden to crank the physical timing mechanically or through the use of rare earth magnets. This rule applies to all the classes that use the Tamiya 540-J/Mabuchi or Torque-Tuned silver can motor.
  4. It is FORBIDDEN to “COOK” brushless motor rotors to weaken magnet strength.
  5. All Silver-CAN Johnson 540-J, RS-540 Torque-Tuned motors are limited to 23,500 RPM maximum RPM.
  6. Brushless motor classes may not have less than 16T (stock timing/ not adjustable)

Tire & Wheel rules

  1. Traction compound is allowed
  2. Tire warmers are allowed

Round up – 2021 Opening Race 1 of 3

UAE RC Group
RV Bin Lahej

 

RC-ME.com

 

Round up

The UAE RC group, Binona team with the support of RV Bin Lahej, and RC-me.com would like to thank all drivers for their participation in our first RC race of 2021 at Mushrif Park.

The RC Car race that took place this past Friday the 22nd of January and was clear evidence of a community that continues to grow and mature. The group was super excited to welcome their second-youngest driver, 12-year-old Ben Goodall who took 3rd place in the Losi Mini T class at his first race ever.

Six months in since coordinating races together with the UAE RC group at Mushrif Park, it’s visible that skill levels, in both tuning and driving, across the group are improving with significant drops in avg. lap times across many drivers. All lap times and results are available on LiveRC.com.

Click here to see the live recording of the A-Mains by Expat Media.

The next two races are penciled in for the following dates the 19th of February, and 19th of March, and exact details to race posted here here.

And now congratulations to our winners of the RC car race, and massive thanks to all our drivers who put down some fantastic driving in the RC car race.And now congratulations to our winners, and massive thanks to all our drivers who put down some fantastic driving.

Photos and full award video (below) are courtesy of Basim from UAE RC PRo

1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 Blinky

A MAIN

winners

1st – Edward Anthonijsz

2nd – Dave De geus

3rd – Mohammad Mohammad

B MAIN

RC car race

1st – Allan Anday

2nd – Jamea Al Khameeri

3rd – Fahad Ahmed

C MAIN

winners

1st – Hamad 640

2nd – Bruce Poole

3rd – Juma Al Tayer

Tamiya M-Chassis

A MAIN

RC car race

1st – Abdulla Rais

2nd – Allan Anday

3rd – Robert Murrell

B MAIN

RC car race

1st – Jamea Al Khameeri

2nd – Victor Agustin

3rd – Juma Al Tayer

Losi Mini-T

RC car race

1st – Abdulla Rais

2nd – Robert Murrell

3rd – Ben Goodall

Award Video by UAE RC Pro

RC Race – Opening 2021 with a monthly race Jan through March

UAE RC Group
RV Bin Lahej

 

RC-ME.com

 

Announcement

The UAE RC Group, RV Bin Lahej, and the Binona team are super excited to open 2021 with a monthly RC race series starting Jan through March, with RC-ME.com joining as an additional sponsor to make things even more exciting.

RC-ME.com will host a raffle among all drivers that fully participate in 2 out of 3 race dates with the opportunity to win 1 of the total 3 Xpress Execute XM1S car kits (Mini touring car kit). The winners will be drawn after the 3rd and final RC race award ceremony.

Race Dates are as follows:

  • 22nd of January – Mushrif Park
  • 19th of February – [TBC]* (cancelled due to COVID)
  • 19th of March – [TBC]* (postponed to 26th of March)
  • 26th of March – Ibn Battuta Mall

*Races will take at place at Mushrif park if no new location is announced.

Races will be across three classes Tamiya M-Chassis, Losi Mini-T, and 1/10- Electric Touring Cars (13.5T Blinky). Please make sure to read the RC race class information below.


Click here to sign up to race on RC-Me.com


Race briefing will be held at 09:30, immediately followed by first qualifying heat at 10AM . With a lunch break between Qualifying and Finals. Our aim will be to have the award ceremony by 6PM. Information on Facilities, Race Class information and schedule below.


Race Class Information

Losi Mini T Class

  • About: 1/18 scale 2WD stadium truck.
  • Recommended Skill Level: Beginner to Expert
  • General Rules:
    1. Chassis must be a Losi Mini T or Mini T 2.0
    2. Losi Mini-T aluminium upgrades are permitted
    3. Spec Motor: Brushless motor with no more than 6000kv
    4. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode)
    5. Tires – stock only
    6. Gearing: original stock pinion only

1/10 Electric Touring Car Class

  • About: 1/10 scale 4WD Touring Cars
  • Recommended Skill Level: Advanced to Expert
  • General Rules:
    1. Any 4wd 1/10 electric touring car specified chassis
    2. 13.5T Brushless Motor
    3. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode). Minimum weight: 1320 gr
    4. Body: 190mm – 4 door touring car body
    5. Tires: Rubber tires 
    6. Traction compound is permitted.
    7. Tire warmers are not permitted.

Tamiya M-Chassis Class 

  • About:  Tamiya M-Chassis FWD and RWD machines.
  • Recommended Skill Level: Intermediate to Advanced
  • General Rules:
    1. Chassis: M-07, M-08. Older platforms may be used, but will be at a gear ratio disadvantage
    2. Spec Motor Rules: Participants in this class fixed timing motor, not lower than 16T.
    3. No BOOST ESC (Electronic Speed Control): ESC must not use software timing (Blinky-Mode).
    4. Minimum weight: All M-chassis cars must meet a minimum weight of 1300 grams.
    5. Gearing: To create an equal speed between all M-Chassis models the max pinion size is 20T (included in box with the m07R).
  • General Rules applying to all Tamiya class races

Make sure to read race class-specific rules for any restrictions/exceptions from the general rules.

Chassis

  1. All chassis platforms must be built per the instruction manual. Altering their basic structure and design is prohibited.
  2. Any Hop-Up Option and spare part is allowed and legal as long as it is used in the way it was designed, and installed on the vehicle it was designed for.
  3. It is strictly forbidden to re-engineer or modify stock or Hop-Up-Options parts.
  4. Chassis lightening (through milling parts) is prohibited in all TCS classes.
  5. Lightweight screws and adjustable turnbuckles that are made of aluminum, steel or Titanium made by other manufactures is permitted.
  6. The use of shims to remove the slop or play in suspension arms, steering bell-cranks, and wheel axles is permitted in all vehicles.
  7. Changing the camber-link positions on the car other than the way it was intended per the instruction manual or “chassis setting sheet” is prohibited.
  8. Camber links must be positioned in the existing bulkhead mounting holes. Drilling new camber link holes is prohibited.
  9. Steering tie-rod linkages, on all chassis platforms, must be attached to the steering knuckle per the instruction manual. Drilling new holes to change “Ackerman” is not permitted. Raising and lowering the steering tie-rods with shims, on the steering knuckle itself to change bump steer is not allowed unless specified in the chassis manual, set-up sheet, or Hop-Up-Option instruction.
  10. You may alter the car in any way called out in the “car instruction manual” or “chassis setting sheet”. If the “chassis setting sheet” calls out the adjustment, then it’s legal to make the change to your car.
  11. Any manufactured ball bearing may be used as a Hop-Up.
  12. Internal Drive Gears: You must use the internal drive gears called out in the chassis assembly manual. The internal drive gears of ANY chassis platform may not be altered, changed or modified unless it is done with Tamiya Hop-Up Options designed for that specific purpose. Using different Pulley, Ring, and Pinion gears from different chassis platforms to create a hybrid internal drive ratio is not allowed. Furthermore, you are not allowed to file, machine or Dremel the gear driveline to squeeze in bigger pinion and spur gears.

Electronics 

  1. The use of electronic driving aids is strictly prohibited. Examples: Gyroscopes connected to steering servos to control steering input and traction control devices connected to Electronic Speed Controls are NOT permitted.
  2. Electronics must be mounted in the general chassis locations outlined in the instruction manual of your car, especially STEERING SERVOS. You may move around receivers and ESC’s in alternate positions if the room in your car permits on the MAIN chassis deck only. In cases where a “Shorty” battery pack is being used, where chassis space is freed up, the ESC or Receiver may be repositioned.

 Batteries  

  1. Any Lithium-Polymer (Li-Po) 2s battery may be used, charged up to max 8,4V
  2. Sport Ni-Cd and Ni-Mh batteries are legal.
  3. Any battery connector is allowed to be used in all classes.

  Car body rules  

  1. All car bodies must be painted and must be cut along the moulded trim lines.
  2. Removing material beyond/above the trim line is prohibited.
  3. Leaving extra material below the trim lines of the body is also prohibited.
  4. You are not allowed to create extra vent holes for the purpose of ventilation or performance enhancement.
  5. All car bodies must use the wings that are supplied in the.
  6. Mixing and matching the included ABS plastic wings, between different body styles, is prohibited.

Motor Rules

  1. Any motor connector or direct hard wiring to the motor is allowed.
  2. The use of any manufacturer’s cooling fan is legal. However, the fan must be no larger than 1.5 in. X 1.5 in. or 40mm square and must run off the receiver or direct from the main battery pack. It is ILLEGAL to have a secondary battery to power the fan. No more than 2 fans total are permitted in a vehicle. This includes the speed control fan.
  3. It is forbidden to crank the physical timing mechanically or through the use of rare earth magnets. This rule applies to all the classes that use the Tamiya 540-J/Mabuchi or Torque-Tuned silver can motor.
  4. It is FORBIDDEN to “COOK” brushless motor rotors to weaken magnet strength.
  5. All Silver-CAN Johnson 540-J, RS-540 Torque-Tuned motors are limited to 23,500 RPM maximum RPM.
  6. Brushless motor classes may not have less than 16T (stock timing/ not adjustable)

Tire & Wheel rules

  1. Traction compound is allowed
  2. Tire warmers are allowed

How does the Race work?

After you have arrived, registered and participated in the rc race briefing, racers will be divided into groups (e.g. Group 1 & 2) for each class.

Everyone will drive 3 Qualifying and 3 Final heats. The Qualifying heats will determine the starting positions during the A, B….  finals. Each heat will take a total of 5 minutes, where you will have the objective to run as many laps as possible.


Transponders

Your lap count and times will be tracked software wise based on the installed transponder assigned to you. More information on how to install the Transponder can be found here.

The transponder will be provided for free against a 100 AED (per transponder) deposit, which will be returned upon returning the transponder fully functional.


Race Schedule

Arrival Time: 9:00 AM

Race Briefing: 9:30 AM

Qualifying
Heat Group Class Start End
Q1 1 M-Chassis 10:00 10:05
  2 M-Chassis 10:20 10:25
  1 Mini -T 10:30 10:35
  1 TC 10:40 10:45
  2 TC 10:50 10:55
Q2 1 M-Chassis 11:00 11:05
  2 M-Chassis 11:20 11:25
  1 Mini -T 11:30 11:35
  1 TC 11:40 11:45
  2 TC 11:50 11:55
Q3 1 M-Chassis 12:00 12:05
  2 M-Chassis 12:20 12:25
  1 Mini -T 12:30 12:35
  1 TC 12:40 12:45
  2 TC 12:50 12:55
Break (13:00 – 14:00)
 
Final Heats
Heat Group Class Start End
F1 B M-Chassis 14:10 14:15
  A M-Chassis 14:20 14:25
  A Mini -T 14:30 14:35
  B TC 14:40 14:45
  A TC 14:50 14:55
F2 B M-Chassis 15:00 15:05
  A M-Chassis 15:10 15:15
  A Mini -T 15:20 15:25
  B TC 15:30 15:35
  A TC 15:40 15:45
F3 B M-Chassis 15:50 15:55
  A M-Chassis 16:00 16:05
  A Mini -T 16:10 16:15
  B TC 16:20 16:25
  A TC 16:30 16:35

Facilities

Pit Area –  Please bring your own Chairs and Tables

Electricity – Electricity will be provided, however we always recommend you are prepared to charge from a 12V car battery.

Driving Stand – will be available

Toilets – are within a few minutes walking distance


Lunch & Drinks

We have planned for a lunch break within the schedule and recommend you bring your own drinks and lunch. There will be facilities close by, we however recommend to stay close to the track for lunch to avoid delays in schedule.

Round up – Mushrif Park Race 18th of December

Mushrif park race
Mushrif park race
UAE RC Group Logo
RV Bin Lahej

 

 

 

 

The 3rd and final race of the year took place yesterday at Mushrif park, and it’s fair to say we didn’t let 2020 get us down. Following our highest record in registrations, we had a total of 28 drivers across 40 entries with continued growth across all three classes, and pushing us to extend 1/10 electric touring with a qualifier group and C-MAIN. In addition to all that great news we were very excited to welcome Ethan Alvarez, our youngest driver yet at 11 years old, and showed a lot of potential by taking 1st place in the 1/10 electric touring car B-Main.

A huge thanks to our sponsor RV Bin Lahej for providing pit facilities and electricity, and the continued partnership of UAE RC Group who make this Mushrif Park race possible! It amazing we it’s still less than 6 months since we met, and how much we have managed to do since.

And now congratulations to our winners, and massive thanks to all our drivers who put down some amazing driving.

1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 Blinky

A MAIN

Mushrif park race
1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 blinky – 1st place Edward Anthonijsz, 2nd place Dave De geus, Robert Maloles

1st Edward Anthonijsz

2nd – Dave De geus

3rdRobert Maloles

See results on Liverc.com

B MAIN

Mushrif park race
1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 blinky – 1st place Ethan Alvarez, 2nd place Allan Anday, 3rd place Nicky Taruc

1st Ethan Alvarez

2nd – Allan Anday

3rdNicky Taruc

See results on LiveRC.com

C MAIN

Mushrif park race
1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 blinky – 1st place Abdulla Al Ghalib, 2nd place Amer Al Nadhari, 3rd place Aries Contaoi

1st Abdulla Al Ghalib

2nd – Amer Al Nadhari

3rdAries Contaoi

See results on LiveRC.com

 

Tamiya M-Chassis

Mushrif park race
1/10 Electric Touring Car, 13.5 blinky – 1st place Edward Anthonijsz, 2nd place Abdulla Rais, 3rd place Dave De geus

A MAIN

1st Edward Anthonijsz

2nd – Abdulla Rais

3rdDave De geus

See results on Live RC.com

B MAIN

Mushrif park race
Tamiya M-Chassis – 1st place Jaber Al Shamsi, 2nd Jamea Al Khameeri, 3rd place Juma Al Tayer

1st Jaber Al Shamsi

2nd – Jamea Al Khameeri

3rdJuma Al Tayer

See results on Live RC.com

Losi Mini-T

Mushrif park race
Losi Mini T – 1st place Abdulla Rais, 2nd place Robert Murrell, 3rd place Fahad Ahmed

1st Abdulla Aris

2nd – Robert Murrell

3rdFahad Amhed

See results on Live RC.com