The Radical PT09 was tested and designed for the high grip tracks found in the USA. Overseas racers may not find the handling beneficial to them unless setup and tire selection change made it comfortable for them.
The Lola ZX09 was designed for the tracks found in Europe and Asian Countries. If you find the Lola ZX09 a little loose in the rear you can fix it easily by moving the body back and/or also using the flat Titan wing and adjust the height as needed.
There is not that much of a comparison any longer between the Zytec and the Lola ZX09. In head to head test by all world class drivers the Lola ZX09 will give 3 plus tenths per lap faster speed with more feeling of stability. Course when speaking of tenths we are speaking to a select group of racers that select their bodies by lap times. Then others select by comfort and which fits them, their setup, and etc better. Either case the Blitz Lola09 body has to be one to look at and have in the pit with you.
Also exciting new is the Blitz Altis 2.3 body won the 1/10th Sedan Championship in Gubbio Italy. It was nice to see that 8 out of the 10 A main drivers used the Blitz Altis 2.3.
Congratualtions to Scott Kimbrow for setting the track record at the Timezone Grand Prix race in Washington State.
Congratualtions also goes to Jim Adkins for winning the Gran Prix and doing it in record setting fashion in the A main final!
Of course both men were using the Blitz Radical PT09 body!
We are happy to report that Chris Tosolini just won the Nationals with the Blitz Lola R09 body. Also Paolo Morganti set the fastest lap of the event with the same body. Both Chris and Paolo where using the pre-painted version. Clear and pre-painted version in stock and available