Its really dosent matter...in this case Alex was the best driver...it was his time and he would have won no matter what lower chassis he ran.
I can't stress enough how much the driver is the main reason for good results. A lot of hobbyist racers obsess over the details, buy the best stuff and get beat every weekend buy the guy on a tight budget that gets there early, stays late and spends more time practicing than bench racing.
You da man Alex...now go order some Mod motors!
What I run: Schumacher Mi5/Associated RC10R5.1/Associated RC12R5.2/Futaba/HobbyWing/Team EA Motorsports/BSR Racing
Where I run: Florida Indoor R/C Complex/Thunder Racing/Florida On Road State Series
No BMI got one of them at the birds and started making them but Alex runs only xray. Mike Abreira ran the BMI chassis and look how well he did. Joel Sanabria who i belive made the main runs the T1R plastic chassis
well said Adrian if people just knew how good Alex is this wouldn't be questioned Gongrats A-LO now its time for MOD and way to go P-DUB it couldn't happen to a nicer guy
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which type of chassis did alex run?the only chassis kit that i made that was a copy was a few special orders that were cyruls split cell chassis.this never went into production.the only production model that i have is what mike abraira ran.
im sure that what ever chassis alex ran was either a personal special for alex,a team xray standard chassis or a heavy duty stock style.xray has more than enough knowledge to have a kick ass kit for there team guys.nice run to all the winners and congrats to alex,mike,pw and all the florida boys