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Old 07-09-2017, 10:16 AM   #1
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Default Most Popular Offroad Class ?

Considering all levels of racing from Club to the Nationals, what class would you guess enjoys the most participation currently?

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Old 07-09-2017, 10:52 AM   #2
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By far, 1/10th buggy.
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Depends where you are. Out here, 4x4 SCT is almost nonexistent, mine hasn't seen a track in almost 3 years. 2wd SCT is falling off. E buggy is popular, nitro is falling off, 1/10 is growing. Truggy is popular at our big races only. Like I said, it depends where you are.
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1/8 buggy and truggy (electric guys usually run with the nitro guys) at my local track. Outdoor offroad :-)
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1/10 2w stock is probably about 3:1 around here
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1/10 2wd buggy stock - maybe 5-1 hear. we have 3 classes just for stock buggy - we have to mix ST and SC together enough for 1 class. 4wd buggy and mod at least gets 1 class each.
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At our track 1/10 mod buggy then 1/10 stock buggy and 4wd mod buggy are the three largest classes. The SC classes are dying off.
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In DFW it’s E-buggy followed closely by nitro buggy. 1:10 for the moment is dead. Sucks because I love 1/10 racing but it’s non existent at the moment.
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This is just to broad of a question, just like a newbie asking which rc should I buy.
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If you are looking to buy your first race car, id say 2wd 1/10 scale. Raced just about everywhere
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Vintage RC10's anything after 1994 does not matter.
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At my local track 2wd mod is usually the best attended class.
Next is 2wd SCT mod.
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