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This past weekend hosted the 2016 Cabin Fever Indoor SX in Lewiston, ID, put on by the Radio Control Car Club of Lewiston. Team SOR RC was out in full force this weekend to kick off the offroad season in the Pacific Northwest.

Both 1/10 and 1/8 was represented well and both scales provided great competition from top to bottom.



In 1/10 4wd Buggy, SOR RC driver Travis Kendall wrapped up overall TQ on Saturday to place 1st on the grid.


In, 1/8 Open Electric Buggy, Tekno Team Driver Keith Hadley took overall TQ. SOR RC driver Jeremy Potter qualified 2nd, and Travis Kendall qualified 9th.


1/8 Nitro Truggy, SOR RC driver Jesse Munn took overall TQ.

SOR RC driver Tyler Wilbur would cap off qualifying by taking overall TQ in 1/8 Nitro Buggy.


Main Day-

1/10 4wd Buggy started off with Travis Kendall locking up the overall win by winning mains A1 and A2. A3 would determine podium finishers. HB/HPI driver Nick Buechler and Kyosho driver Tayler Wonders battled it out for the A3 win. Buechler would cross the line first after passing Wonders in the final minutes.

The podium for 1/10 4wd Buggy featured Travis Kendall with the TQ & Win, Nick Buechler 2nd, and Tayler Wonders 3rd.


1/8 Open Electric Buggy featured 3 incredibly competitive A mains. Tekno Team Driver Keith Hadley would go on to win A1 and A2 to seal up the overall win.

A3 once again would determine podium positions. Both spots were up for grabs. A3 featured a great battle between Nick Buechler, Jeremy Potter, and Travis Kendall. Buechler crossed the line first for the win, locking up 2nd on the podium. The battle for 3rd overall came down to the last lap, with Jeremy Potter edging out teammate Travis Kendall for the final spot, finishing 4th overall for the class.

Podium for 1/8 Open Electric Buggy- Keith Hadley 1st, Nick Buechler 2nd, Jeremy Potter 3rd.


The 30 minute 1/8 Nitro Truggy A main was dominated by Jesse Munn, taking the win by a wide margin. Podium for the class was Jesse Munn, Shane Preugschat, and Jade Russell

The final class of the day was 1/8 Nitro Buggy. SOR RC driver


Tyler Wilbur battled it out with Associated driver Jason Hunt and HB teammate Carson Phipps for the lead for the duration of the 30 minutes. In the final minutes Wilbur widened the gap and retook the lead, bringing home the TQ & Win in Nitro Buggy.


Congrats to the whole SOR RC Team!

SOR RC Team Manager/ HB/HPI Racing's Travis Kendall took the TQ and Win in 1/10 4wd Buggy
HB/HPI Racing /SOR RC's Jeremy Potter took 3rd overall in 1/8 Open Electric Buggy
Tekno /SOR RC's Jesse Munn took brought home the TQ and Overall win in 1/8 Nitro Truggy
HB/HPI Racing /SOR RC's Tyler Wilbur grabbed the TQ and Win in 1/8 Nitro Buggy
SOR RC Products is proud to sponsor the 2016 U4RC Series at J&S RC Hobbies Plus, in Marysville Washington.

11-16-15 New wrap for the Axial Deadbolt body.

NEW GRAPHIC! Axial Deadbolt Wrap, shown in RTR Geo Camo Green.


I'm sure if you are a racer, you are all aware of how tracks and hobbyshops are closing all over the country. Online sales are a direct result of this. There is very little money to be made just from holding races. Here in the Seattle area we have lost 3 indoor tracks in the past year now. The latest to make the news closing is Warehouse 3 in Phoenix AZ. The bottom line- support your local hobby shop. They make money off parts sales and tires. Because of online retailers, kits are something hobby shops make very little off of. It's really elementary, no hobbyshop sales= no income to keep the track open that you ilke to race at. If you enjoy racing at your local track, buy your parts from that shop. Yes, you pay a little more at times, but you save on shipping in most cases. Remember though, hobby shop owners have families to feed just like you, so the money you spend there you need to think of going to a good cause and is insurance that you have a place to race at. Here is the link for the story on Warehouse 3 via



Remember RC Racers- Sponsorship application period opens on November 1, so email resume's to If you are an existing team driver, send us your updated resume with the 2015 season to re-apply. Thanks and good luck everyone!

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