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Old 04-18-2011, 05:48 PM
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i can understand if you guy want to promote 1/8 offroad GP buggy.

but why open this ifmar onroad thread and started the topic that onroad gp races is not fair as gp offroad.
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Old 04-18-2011, 05:51 PM
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Originally Posted by CheeYong View Post
I am on of the disgusted victim...that is why I am in GP buggy!
They cheat to get results and sales.

you not a victim laaa...... you TAUKEYYYYY maaaa.....

how come taukey can became a victim....
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Old 04-18-2011, 05:54 PM
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Originally Posted by frame_pinjam View Post
For me ep maybe many ways to cheat but in gp I don't think so...but if someone cheat,he actually cheat gimself..not others......ape pun kalau takut kalah jangan masuk race....pegi bashing sudah...
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Originally Posted by frame_pinjam View Post
For me ep maybe many ways to cheat but in gp I don't think so...but if someone cheat,he actually cheat gimself..not others......ape pun kalau takut kalah jangan masuk race....pegi bashing sudah...
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i can understand if you guy want to promote 1/8 offroad GP buggy.

but why open this ifmar onroad thread and started the topic that onroad gp races is not fair as gp offroad.
...........well this thread is not about offroad racing.........it's about fairness in racing. Nobody wants to race RC or race in a particular class if you have questions with your competitors ability.

Just in a SIMPLE 1/8th onroad World Champs, so many dramas or cheaters.

Who are these people ? Yes, the answer is correct >> season and expert drivers. They are the people who knows how to bend the rules.............and running highly modify hand tune engine are banned. Especially enlarging the porting area in the sleaves. That's why the engine are check and seal.

Tire sauce is used in onroad GP racing here. That is a norm as there's no rules and regulation prohibiting means everyone is using it.

CY is talking he finds fairness racing offroad cause there's isn't a way to cheat. More power to power plant means death warrant. Tire sauce is useless. To him is fairness in racing..........you win solely on driving ability. That is his " quote " or " comment "

...................The beginners will have no idea what we are talking here. It is a enrichment thread. You race according to rules and not what you want. Many beginners do not know there's even a IFMAR world champioship and there's rules in racing little toy cars.

Even in simple 1/1 scale motor racing and kiddy go-kart have rules and regulation...............Perhaps............and everyone have the right to know what we are racing, why we are racing and how the rules can be bend in order to win.

The so-called expert / champion have given opinion. Everyone knows who is who. The beginners and people coming into the hobby do not know which I think they should know more. The rules and regulation of RC racing and technical specs.

Just like a high profile and so many rules >> IFMAR World Champs the pro-drivers can cheat...................what more can we say ? Are we leading a good example for the beginners to follow................or are you purely going into the arrogance of this onroad is better than offroad................Electric Power is better or worse than Gas Power.................we are not gonna get suck into highly debated issue like that. It is beginners choice or so call your choice which class you should be in as that is your money.

This thread is as simple as know the rules and know what you are racing. Don't cheat............it is ugly shit !

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So these drivers in the recent World Champs happy ? Yes...............everyone knows the cheaters are phrase out..............they don't make it........sorry...........too bad.............this World Champs is run fairly........Dallas and Sander did the right thing >>> For racing fairly.............

These are the worthy top drivers in the world. And hit the cheaters dent.

Official Final Results

1. Robert Pietsch (D) – Mugen/Novarossi – 167L in 47:06.695
2. Keisuke Fukuda (JP) – Mugen/Novarossi – 166L in 46:53.593
3. Dario Balestri (IT) – Capricorn/Novarossi – 166L in 47:00.352
4. Takaaki Shimo (JP) – Kyosho/OS – 166L in 47:02.751
5. Atsushi Hara (JP) – Mugen/OS – 166L in 47:09.161
6. Shinya Shimazaki (JP) – Mugen/Novarossi – 151L in 47:11.611
7. Robin D’Hondt (BE) – Motonica/Gi-Mar – 145L in 47:15.396
8. Simon Kurzbuch (CH) – Shepherd/Max – 144L in 47:07.745
9. Takehiro Terauchi (JP) – Mugen/Novarossi – 85L in 23:57.205
10.Paul Lemieux (US) – Xray/Max – OL
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Originally Posted by Danny Teh View Post

Official Final Results

1. Robert Pietsch (D) – Mugen/Novarossi – 167L in 47:06.695
2. Keisuke Fukuda (JP) – Mugen/Novarossi – 166L in 46:53.593
3. Dario Balestri (IT) – Capricorn/Novarossi – 166L in 47:00.352
4. Takaaki Shimo (JP) – Kyosho/OS – 166L in 47:02.751
5. Atsushi Hara (JP) – Mugen/OS – 166L in 47:09.161
6. Shinya Shimazaki (JP) – Mugen/Novarossi – 151L in 47:11.611
7. Robin D’Hondt (BE) – Motonica/Gi-Mar – 145L in 47:15.396
8. Simon Kurzbuch (CH) – Shepherd/Max – 144L in 47:07.745
9. Takehiro Terauchi (JP) – Mugen/Novarossi – 85L in 23:57.205
10.Paul Lemieux (US) – Xray/Max – OL
half of them are mugen made, didnt know mugen is so strong in on road too.....
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half of them are mugen made, didnt know mugen is so strong in on road too.....
Yes Biao ke. Mugen have strong World Championship roots. To date, Mugen score more onroad as World Champion than offroad.

Japan have a lot good drivers. So the controlled tires play into the hands of Japanese and most of them are driving Mugen.

That's how they got another 4 cars in.

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