RC Pro Finals Texas

December 07, 2015



The Nemo Racing Crew made their presence known at the finals of the RC Pro Series In Hutto,Texas at the world famous Thornhill Race Circuit. Qualifying day was cold an windy and it would take it's toll on the racers. In the Pro Classes, Hunter Kinsey would be the Top Qualifier in both nitro and electric buggy, with solid, smooth and consistent drives in both classes. In the open nitro class, Billy Tylaska would manage to lock down the top spot, as well as the number 6 spot in pro electric buggy. Needless to say, the Agama camp was firing on all cylinders. Main day would come and the cold was still lingering, but much to the joy of all in attendance the wind was gone... This would make for some great racing with little outside influence from Mother Nature.
The electric mains would come first. With Hunter getting a 3 for A1. A1 would see Billy retire early do to an electronics issue and he would not return for the last two mains. In A2 Hunter drove to a very close, hard fought 1, taking the spot by less than a second with a harrowing pass just before crossing the loop on the last lap. A3 would also be decided by a small margin, this time with Hunter taking the 2 spot, which would ultimately end up giving him the 2 spot over all.
In the open nitro main, Billy would drive a clean race and stay up front for the duration of the 30 minute main, getting the 1 spot and also wrapping up the series championship. The pro nitro main would prove a bit more eventful, with any of the racers in the Top 5 spots capable of taking the win. Hunter drove out from the 1 spot, holding the lead early. Over the course of the 45 minute main, great drives from Jake Dellinger and Tyler Hooks would see Hunter slip to the 3 spot and that is where he ended up at the tone.
On the whole, a very successfull weekend for the Nemo Racing USA team. As usual, a strong presence from all of the team drivers in attendance. Eric MacFarland, Alex Gwin, who showed some great speed in pro buggy, James Mulkey, Roy Garza, and Mark Tempelton. With the 2015 Season in the Books, all are looking forward to rolling oQualifying day was cold an windy andk it would take it's toll on the racers. In the Pro Classes, Hunter Kinsey would be the Top Qualifier in both nitro and electric buggy, with solid, smooth and consistent drives in both classes. In the open nitro class, Billy Tylaska would manage to lock down the top spot, as well as the number 6 spot in pro electric buggy. Needless to say, the Agama camp was firing on all cylinders. Main day would come and the cold was still lingering, but much to the joy of all in attendance the wind was gone... This would make for some great racing with little outside influence from Mother Nature
The electric mains would come first. With Hunter getting a 3 for A1. A1 would see Billy retire early do to an electronics issue and he would not return for the last two mains. In A2 Hunter drove to a very close, hard fought 1, taking the spot by less than a second with a harrowing pass just before crossing the loop on the last lap. A3 would also be decided by a small margin, this time with Hunter taking the 2 spot, which would ultimately end up giving him the 2 spot over all.

In the open nitro main, Billy would drive a clean race and stay up front for the duration of the 30 minute main, getting the 1 spot and also wrapping up the series championship. The pro nitro main would prove a bit more eventful, with any of the racers in the Top 5 spots capable of taking the win. Hunter drove out from the 1 spot, holding the lead early. Over the course of the 45 minute main, great drives from Jake Dellinger and Tyler Hooks would see Hunter slip to the 3 spot and that is where he ended up at the tone.
On the whole, a very successfull weekend for the Nemo Racing USA team. As usual, a strong presence from all of the team drivers in attendance. Eric MacFarland, Alex Gwin, who showed some great speed in pro buggy, James Mulkey, Roy Garza, and Mark Tempelton. With the 2015 Season in the Books, all are looking forward to rolling out strong in 2016.