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Bischofsheim Rhein-Main track Germany in 2007 lay-out. This track has been heavily modified since but this is a great off-road track with serious jumps and different surfaces for super drifting!

Some exciting short course multi-player action on Rhein Main.
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07.04.2015   19 comments   Video: 1 available


2014 VRC World Champion Marcin Malinski is continuing his winning streak in 2015, adding also Round 5 nitro buggies to his successful 2015 campaign. It didn't come easy this time though, the Polish champ had to fight hard until the very last lap to claim vicotry over Martin Wollanka (Austria) and Rob Gillespie (USA).

Results 2015 Season 1 Round 5 A-Main PRO
1 Marcin Maliński PL 36 20:02.086
2 Martin Wollanka AT 36 20:02.438
3 Rob Gillespie US 36 20:10.975
4 Uwe De Zwart AT 36 20:21.406
5 Fredrik Boden SE 36 20:31.174
6 Robert Hillman SE 35 20:00.825
7 Matthew Stacey CA 35 20:06.831
8 Tobias Isaksson SE 35 20:07.217
9 Thomas Diesslbacher AT 35 20:19.575
10 Javan Candy GB DNS

Results 2015 Season 1 Round 5 A-Main SPORT
1 Harry Schnarkowski DE 35 20:27.017
2 Dan Phillion CA 35 20:30.714
3 Danny Kwiatkowski NO 35 20:30.868
4 Patrick Eisenmenger DE 34 20:04.825
5 Gavin Uttley GB 34 20:11.314
6 Dave Crompton GB 34 20:16.614
7 Brad Thorn US 34 20:29.857
8 David Diem AT 33 20:07.9... read more


08.09.2014   5 comments   Video: 1 available


Xray team driver and 2014 EFEA EC runner-up Martin Wollanka has added another victory to his already successful 2014 Season 2 campaign, outrunning Javan Candy from the UK by just 1.2 seconds after a 20 minute long fight. Wollanka looked to be cruising home with a 1 stop pitstop strategy but was forced to a splash and dash in the very last lap, bringing Candy right back on his tail. Backemeyer (US) drove a steady race to finish 3rd on the podium some 13 seconds down on the 2 leaders.

1 Martin Wollanka AT 35 20:20.131
2 Javan Candy GB 35 20:21.605
3 Kirby Backemeyer US 35 20:34.537
4 Dan Marson GB 34 20:13.106
5 Claus Didriksen NO 34 20:20.200
6 Lee Queen US 34 20:23.832
7 Jarno Halonen FI 34 20:33.720
8 Rob Gillespie US DNS
9 Francis Wathlet BE DNS
10 Nicolas Loriot FR DNS


01.04.2014   2 comments   Video: 1 available


Round 3 was held at the Rhein Main circuit, but this time in reversed direction. VRC Pro tracks have been optimized to allow them to be raced in both directions, and this race is proof of this concept. 2 Tracks in one!

For this round we decided to cover the SPORT A-Main because it was a great race to cover and to show you some other racers than the Wollanka's of VRC Pro.

The race was very much between Robert Hillman from Sweden, Christoph Dobetsberger and Andi Schari both from Austria. Hillman got off to a great start and took the lead in lap 3 never to give up that position. But in his mirrors were the 2 Austrian racers. It took Christoph till lap 13 to finally pass his fellow country racer. A late pitstop in lap 30 even got him into first place with just 4 laps to go but after he had also refueled he had to settle for 2nd place 2.7 sec. behind the leader from Sweden.

A-Main SPORT class
1. Robert Hillman SE Sweden 33 20:07.085
2. Christoph Dobetsberger AT Austria 33 20:... read more

2013 Season 3 comes to an end...

04.10.2013   19 comments


Report by Donald Stark (VRC race reporter)

Virtual RC vs Real RC
I would like to take a moment to give the positive and negative points of VRC and Real RC. First I will start with the positive. 

Virtual RC
VRC is fun, racing online is quick a person can literally race anytime 24 hours a day 7 days a week. VRC Cars are perfectly tuned every time, they never have to be cleaned and when you crash the parts stay intact.

Real RC
Real RC Racing has many positives, there are great people at the track, track conditions are affected by weather and change throughout the day. Track food is always good everything tastes better with a little dirt in it. “Custom Painted Bodies.” Making new friends, and just getting out of the house sometimes is a great reason to go to the track.

Why bother with the negative, I’m sure everyone has their own list of negatives I will keep mine to myself. VRC is a perfect... read more


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