2012 Reedy International Off-Road Race of Champions Entry List Confirmed and Schedule Information

In less than a month, the Reedy International Off Road Race of Champions returns with the deepest field of competitors in over a decade. 32 of the best off-road racers in the world will battle for supremacy in the ultra-competitive Invitational class where consistency, speed, and racing savvy rewards the top combined performer of 2WD and 4WD buggies. Additionally, 110 entries in the 2WD Open class and 90 entries in the 4WD Open class will compete to become the first driver(s) invited to compete in the 2013 Reedy International Off-Road Race of Champions by winning either title. With main events going down to the N Main in 2WD and the K Main in 4WD, a depth of talent is assured. A list of confirmed entrants can be viewed at Reedy Race Entry List ( http://tracks.rcsignup.com/events/displayEvent.cfm?ID=2263 ) With 232 total entries for the event, the timetable will be strictly adhered to and distributed during check-in that starts Wednesday, January 25, beginning at 3pm at West Coast R/C Raceway. The daily schedule of events is: Wednesday, 1/25 3pm Check-in and open practice for all non-invitational drivers (WCRC practice fee required) Thursday, 1/26 9am 3 rounds of 5-minute controlled practice heats for both Open and Invitational Friday, 1/27 9am Open: 3 rounds of qualifying – Invitational: 4 rounds of 2WD buggy heats Saturday, 1/28 9 am Open: 1 round of qualifying and lower main events – Invitational 2 rounds of 2WD buggy heats and 2 rounds of 4WD buggy heats Sunday, 1/29 9 am Open: Upper main events – Invitational: 4 rounds of 4WD buggy heats More details regarding the event can...

We are so lucky at PRCR

I don’t think most of us realize just how lucky we are here in Portland to have PRCR. It’s raining and cold outside, and we have a world class facility to race at every week. Included with that is a group of world class racers that show up on a weekly basis to race club races. We have the Kyosho/Orion team manager Joe Pillars wandering around the pit answering any questions we may have. We have Shaun Dunlap, one of the top racers in the USA, pitting up front and running the track that his dad has given us all. We have wunderkind Andy DiBrino, rocking off some amazing laps night after night. I have seen this kid do some things with an RC car that only a few can do. When these three get together on a race night, it is a thing of beauty to watch. Last night was a prime example. JP, and Andy were going at it with Roger Siem in tow. I watched Andy go from last place, to first in a matter of a minute, passing 3 people in the air off the triple. He eventually broke, but watching him and JP go for broke for minutes within inches of each other is just plain fun to watch. The next time you get a chance to go to PRCR, just give everyone there a big thank you, for all of their hard work. We really are lucky to have PRCR in our...