Through the terrible wind, dust, some rain and a super blown out track, Team Losi's Adam Drake was able to take the win in the invite Truggy class with his Novarossi powered 8T 2.0. In the Truggy class Drake was joined by Losi Matt Castelano, Mike Truhe, and Yannik Angoin. Awesome job guys!
The Invite Buggy main saw 4 more Losi's equipped with smart diffs, battle the blown out, dusty, and slick Silver State track. When the dust finally settled Billy Fischer raced hard with Tebo for the win and fell just a few feet short of the win. Adam Drake finished 3rd, Truhe 4th, and I was able to hang in for 7th after the 30 min main.
After such a close finish in the Invite class Fischer was on a mission and took the over all win for the electric buggy class. Great Job Fischdaddy!
Continuing the Losi success was a 1-2-3 punch in the Open Buggy class. Jacque Ballow, Chris Wheeler (who bumped his way into the dance) and recent Nitro Challenge Open class winner Ricky Gayor had an awesome battle for 30 minutes and put 3 losi 8 2.0's on the podium.
Team Losi's Randy Nolen was the super star with the 8T 2.0 in the Open Truggy class with Kyle Hunter and Mikey Bustamante rounding out the top three.
I was also excited to see former Team Losi ace Brian Kinwald racing it up and getting back to speed with his losi buggy 8B. Brian was a huge help to myself and others this weekend so a big thanks to him!
Overall it was a great showing for Team Losi I am proud off all involved with the company from the engineers in the office to the drivers out in the trenches...Well done!
On to the next one.