Team Drivers Jeremy Potter and Randy Pike were in attendance to offer support, and race of course! Both Jeremy and Randy were running Electric 1/8 Buggy having solid qualifying and making the A-Main. Randy also entered in the hotly contested Electric Truggy taking the Tq and the overall win.
Jeremy Potter was armed with a Tekin Rx8 2050 in his Hotbodies Ve8. Randy was running an Rx8 1700 equipped Losi 2.0. In Truggy Randy was running the Rx8 and 2000kv T8 motor. Both were running Thunder Power 4s 40c packs.
Both were there to help with driver setups, gearing help and car setup. During all of the mains nearly 30+ Tekin Rx8 systems were running without a single hiccup or failure. The track was in great shape while the Alabama heat made for some great racing on the large indoor track. It was an overall success.
Special thanks to Alan Burton and the entire AMS crew for hosting a great event.