I've seen a few LD3s at different tracks. As always, Its the driver/tuner who makes the car. VERY different results between the the guys who had them.
IMHO, Get the NTC3, It drives very well. Is easy to set-up, and parts are readily available. I would still have mine if I didn't have a small issue with the pillowballs bending/breaking. It might have been my fault, but the model I switched to has never had a DNF.
TeamNitro RC Club, New Home track- Ho Chunk Southland Expo, Lynwood IL
Serpent 748 Natrix TQ, PICCO EMX-WC or "R", Spektrum DX4RPro, Futaba servos
411,3.0 17.5 TC; 3.5 Mod Sedan HobbyWing
Please drive responsibly