We are considering opening an indoor/outdoor Radio Control Racing Complex in Pensacola. The facility would comprise of an indoor carpet track (road course/oval), indoor/outdoor rock crawling course, outdoor off-road track for both off-road and rally racing.
these are a couple of photos of one of our previous tracks that we built in Pensacola.
We are running a survey to try and get an idea of how much interest there
I decided to try my hand at some rock crawling and so I purchased an Axial Wraith Rock Racer. I finally opened it today. Hopefully we are going to have some rock crawling events in the near future. I've already ordered some aluminum upgrades for the store and will probably buy some for my truck. My first impressions are that it is pretty cool. I like the scale details and the lights. I decided to use a Venom 2 cell 4000 lipo for the battery as I already had it.
I have posted links to the Feb 19th Mains on our Facebook page. While you're there fan our page so that you will get updates. Here is a link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hobby-Central/22546604194
The VTA class is probably the second largest racing class at Hobby Central. The original intent at Hobby Central was to keep the VTA class pure by enforcing the USVTA rules which are the strictest, but most popular rules. But, we've ran into several problems with sticking to the rules. USVTA only allows one motor (Novak 25.5T Brushless) and one set of tires (HPI Vintage treaded compound D's). If either of these manufacturers cannot supply the demand for their products it hurts the class. When we