Pretty good form before Polish indoor nats for the Team – on II round od Serpent Cup in Poznań.💪✌️
1st 1/10 4WD stock – Mateus Dudzic 🏆 (Serpent SDX4)
2nd 1/10 4WD modified – Mateusz Dudzic 💪 (SDX4)
3rd 1/10 4WD modified – Maciej Nowak
2nd 1/10 2WD junior – Dawid Bosnjakovic 🎊🏎💨 (Serpent SRX2)
2nd 1/10 OPEN – Dejan Bosnjakovic 🏆 (Serpent SRX2 SCT)
Congrats to all the team
#SerpentCup #SPTPoland #GreatTeamWork
Well the 2018 DNC is over. Being my first year at this race was an awesome experience! I will definitely be back! Joey Wolters Christensen and the whole Dirt crew put on an awesome event! The track was amazing and so was the facility.
After the dust settled I would end up 11th in the Pro Buggy B main, 5th in the Pro Ebuggy C main, and 10th in the Pro Truggy C main! Yes I could’ve done better, but i’m happy where i ended up overall! Can’t wait for next year’s DNC!
Big thanks to Paul Ciccarello & Joaquin De Soto for all the help & support, and everything they do!
Also I would like to thank all my sponsors and my parents!
Winternats 2018 Fort Myers in Florida
The 2k18 season started with the winternats in Fort Myers for me. I travelled together with Merlin Depta and we helped us also together in the pits. I drove this time again with my 748 Natrix WC. The practise started very difficult, because the track asphalt was complete new and the guys from the track prepared the track with a lot of sugar water.
It was not easy to find the right setup because of the high traction and the bumpy surface but after one day of practise the car felt very great and comfortable for this very difficult track.
At the first qualification day it rained a bit in the morning and the traction changed also. We ran 6 qualifiers on 2 days and the best single run will be counted. In the first run I had problems with the changed balance from my car and broke also a tire after a wall contact, so apolaro drove his best run of qualification. After the first run the track changed again and was a lot slower. On Friday afternoon in the last qualification it was possible for me to beat apolaro´s time by 1 second.
My strategy for the 35 minutes final was refuelling by 4.30, because 5 minutes was to close and on this track you lost only 3-4 seconds by one fuel stop. Tire wear was pretty high and I wanted to change 2 times all 4 tires.
After the start only apolaro and I pulled away from the rest of the field and after 5 minutes I had a comfortable lead from 4 seconds. At the first refuelling we saw that DJ is on a 5 minutes fuel strategy. But before his second pit stop he ran the first of 2 times out of fuel. After this I changed my strategy and changed only one times tires and drove safe the race home.
A big thanks to my pit crew in the final with Merlin Depta and Tim Vogels.
We had a lot of fun on and off the tracks with the awesome guys from serpent America.
It was a nice adventure on this very special track, and yes I broke also some suspension parts there 😀
A big thanks to the organizers. They did a perfect job the whole week.
And also thanks to my sponsors which made this all possible.
Serpent, Arrowmax, Novarossi, RunnerTime, Sanwa, Matrix, Xtreme, SRC, Xceed, RcBay, RcaDecals and Dmarghe´s bodie paint.
My next big race will be the first round of the Efra GP Series in Fiorano.
See you on the track
link to car: http://promo.serpent.com/748wc/
We have been at WBC3 in Klippan.
And the result that we achieved were good. We have been doing some practice and testing before the race.
In 2wd with the SRX2 Pontus made the A final after some good Q rounds.
We didn´t change so much since the car was dialed from the start. Starting 6th on the grid.
In the A finals we had 1 good run and finnished 5th, one we broke the car
after a big crash and the last one was o lot of misstakes and other incidents on the track.
Finnished 8th in the race.
In 4wd with the SDX4 Pontus also made it to the A final after good Q.
Here we didn´t change anything since the car was perfect from the start.
Qualifying went good and Pontus finnished 5th.
In the A final there were very tight racing and no room for misstakes.
We had a perfect run and finished 2nd, in the other rounds we finished 4th and 6th
after some small incidents and contact with other cars.
Pontus just missed the podium and finished 4th in the race.
Pontus and Jonas Larsson
Thanks to our sponsors SERPENT and NETTO RC
India: Serpent Cobra SRX8 driver Omkar wins at Baroda event.
Team Serpent India
Serpent’s Paul Ciccarello would once again make the podium in another fantastic race, but this time in the 40+ Nitro class. Paul is always a threat in the 40+ classes and was able to take the win by over eleven seconds by the end of a hard-fought 30-minute main. HB Racing’s Brian Givens went on to finish 2nd and TLR’s Don Vinkemulder 3rd on the podium.
It was a 2-car battle for the win in the 40+ E-Buggy class with Serpent’s Paul Ciccarello and Mugen’s Casey Peck. The two would dice it out for the lead early in the 10-minute race, but by the halfway point, Paul would take over and hold onto the lead by the narrowest of margins. It was a crazy close finish with Paul crossing the line in 1st by just .6 seconds over Peck. TLR’s Lance Hubbard finished 3rd overall.
Spain: Indoor 1/10 offroad BIRC 5.0
Organised by Serpent distributors BRP – Bumpers, and sponsored by Serpent, LRP, Schumacher tyres.
Live results on everlaps.com
Looking forward to the BIR 6.0 in 2019