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Which 1:12 on-road model to choose for a club races?

Which 1:12 on-road model to choose for a club races?

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Old 01-21-2019, 02:27 AM
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Default Which 1:12 on-road model to choose for a club races?

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Recently our club in Belarus wants to develop 1:12 scale on-road racing and we are looking for the best solution.
We like CRC Carpet Knife, but it has inches. Am I right? So it is not suitable for us, because we use metric system. Our track is carpet.
Which model of the car you can recommend to us, for a club races? We want to find not expensive, but good model for our members.

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There are no bad kits on the market so it really comes down to preference, I really like the Roche cars myself. I've had the P12 '16 and P12 '17 USA spec cars and both work fantastic, have not tried the new EVO car but from reading here and talking to racers that have it the car performs as well as the previous cars. Also consider how easy or difficult getting parts will be when making your decision, best of luck with finding a car that fits your needs.
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If you are not looking for an expensive car but has good performance, Team Saxo GT300W is a nice option. The car is relatively cheap and parts arent expensive either. The material they use arent the best and some have said they are a bit soft, but for the price and the performance Ive seen you cant go wrong.
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