AKA Dominates Neo11

Well, the dust has settled after the Neo11 at Harper Adams and AKA’s Jared Tebo once again showed the field just how it’s done.  Tebo put in another stellar drive with his Orion powered Kyosho MP9 on his way to his third NeoBuggy Race title.  All through qualifying it was actually AKA’s Ryan Lutz running his new Durango DNX408 that was setting the pace and turning the fastest times, but it was all down to Q6 to see who would take the top qualifying spot.  In the end of qualifying it was Jared Tebo just edging out Ryan for TQ honors putting AKA one, two in qualifying.

 

In the main Jared Tebo took the lead and basically never looked back as he went on and lapped most of the field on his way to his third NeoBuggy title.

AKA is also very proud that nine of the 15 drivers in the main event chose AKA tires to go for the win.  Three times as many as the next closest tire company and overall the most preferred brand in the final.

The tire of choice in the main event was the IMPACT Super Soft (14007VR) on the EVO wheel (24003W/Y) with the Red insert (34001S).

AKA would like to congratulate Jared Tebo and all the AKA drivers for an amazing showing.  AKA would also like to thank all the TLR/Team Losi drivers who chose to run AKA tires in the final.  Lastly we would like to give a big thanks to the NeoBuggy crew for putting on such a class event.

 

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Sylvain Lafrance

Sylvain Lafrance

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