Good news Canada, RCTV Canada is returning to OLN Canada this Saturday July 4th at 830 est.
Originally posted on Halifax RC Park:
After all of the hard work over the last year, we finally consider ourselves ready to host a Grand Opening. Although the track is ready to be used right now (and you should already be visiting), we would like the opportunity to meet you all and get your ideas for future improvements and uses for Halifax RC Park. We will therefore be having a Grand Opening from 12:00-4:00pm on Saturday 11th July. Bring your cars and trucks along with your charged batteries as we’ll be organizing some ad-hock races. As always, if you have any questions then please email us at HalifaxRCPark@gmail.com or leave some comments on our blog or facebook page.
If you’d like to help with advertising the event, please print the attached pdf and display them where you feel appropriate: GrandOpening PDF Poster
Castle Creations has released their latest beast , the Monster X. The waterproof Monster X is capable of 2S LiPo up to 6S LiPo and this Bad Boy is capable of powering a RC monster that weighs up to 15 lbs. The new waterproof Monster X can also be configured to run sensored brushless motors with the purchase of an optional Sensor Harness from Castle Creations. (Of course). The improved heavy-duty adjustable Battery Eliminator Circuit (BEC) will provide plenty of power for power hungry servos.
For more info, Checkout Castle Creations Monster X.
This might be a nice option for the Axial Yeti XL. I may need to investigate further.
P.S. If this post is messed up, blame it on too many beverages celebrating Canada Day. Happy Canada Day to my fellow Canucks. We will see you on the track.
Was at a friend of mine’s place with one of the best backyard tracks I’ve ever had the pleasure to race on. We liken it to a large 1/10 scale track that can handle 1/8 buggies, it has a clay surface and lap times are around 17.5 seconds with a 2wheel short course. Here is a short video of Dave running his 4×4 Short course truck to give you a little taste of the layout.
I finally got a chance to turn my first laps on the new layout at the Halifax RC Park. This is a fast moving track with not much room for error in certain sections. After my battery died, I was able to capture some on the track action of my wife, who was doing her best to keep up with Paula and Darcy. It was a great run, we had a blast being schooled. Darcy and Paula were just too quick for us tonight. But thankfully, the summer has only just begun.
Ever wonder what it’s like to race from a drivers point of view? Well check out this video from the JBRL 2015 B main at Palm Desert. Take notice of the crazy layout of the track!
Located in Dartmouth Nova Scotia, this weeks Featured Track is Road Rage Indoor RC Racing. The indoor facility has 3 different tracks a Drag Strip, a Carpeted Oval and a Carpeted Main Track. Since opening its doors in April 2015, Road Rage Indoor RC Racing has gained a strong following, with many people sharing the great overall experience they had while tradin’ paint or dealing with the friendly and helpful staff. They offer various leagues such as Touring Car and SCT. The large assortment of packages should appeal to a wide range of people. You can rent a vehicle, try running a lipo battery for the first time or have them host a party for you and some friends. If you are a local RC enthusiast or perhaps RC curious, then this place worth checking out and we hope it is here for a very long time.