BMiller Racing’s Brian Strange and Lou Figueria kept up their respective hot streaks with wins in Round 3 of Hole-Shot Raceway’s Winter Off-Road Series. Strange pulled off the victory in expert buggy while Figueria took the top spot in 4wd open short course.
Strange, running on Panther Slicks in clay compound (www.pantherteam.com) and powered by a ProTek R/C 4100 70C battery (www.amainhobbies.com), started in the third spot on the grid and remained in third until lap four of the six-minute main when he moved past Jason Moberly into second place. Running his fastest lap of the race in lap five (18.990), Strange started to close in on leader Phillip Atondo, and then took advantage of an Atondo miscue in the next lap to take over the top spot. >From there, Strange never looked back, registering a series of low 19-second laps to finish with 19 total laps and win by three seconds over Atondo. Mark Antaramian rallied to place third and Marshall Lopez was fourth, while Moberly was fifth.
Figueria grabbed a stronghold on the series points in 4wd open short course, having won each of the first three rounds. In Round 3, Figueria TQ’d with his Losi SCTE and ProTek R/C 6400 70C battery (www.amainhobbies.com), and cruised to an easy victory in the six-minute main. Bruce Swenston held off BMiller Racing’s Troy Hanson in the final two laps as the two finished second and third, respectively. The Hole-Shot Raceway Winter Series features eight rounds of racing with three drops. Hole-Shot Raceway is located at 903A N. Market Boulevard in Sacramento (website: www.holeshot-raceway.com, phone: 916-910-8936, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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