Uitslagen spaghettie race 25oktober 2015,
Uitslagen club race 8, 4 oktober 2015,
Uitslagen club race 7, 20 september 2015,
Uitslagen Tamiya finale NL/BE, 13 september 2015,
Uitslagen club race 6, 16 augustus 2015,
Podium Benelux brandstof 1:8
Benelux final result:
1. John Ermen – ARC / Reds
2. Martijn Smits – ARC / O.S. speed
3. Robbin Hertong – ARC / NR/Orion
4. Tim Vogels – ARC / O.S.
5. Joachim Kuhn – ARC / IDM
6. Frank Baggen – ARC / Reds
7. Arie Manten – Sheperd / Picco
8. Augustin Mejor – Mugen /
9. Andy Muijres – Mugen / Picco
10. Donny Blommers – Mugen /
The fifth round of the Belgian Electric Touring Car Nationals was held at the circuit of M.A.C. de Baanbrekers in Rucphen last weekend a circuit which is known for its fast corners and high speed straight. The day started sunny but as expected, rain was on its way. In the EFRA class it was Michell Van Es who took the TQ, right behind him was Nick Joosens in second place, followed by Thomas Stockman. During the first final Mitchell managed to create and maintain a gap between him and the second car. Fighting for that second place were Nick and Thomas. But as the clocks was ticking down, Thomas came a lap short. Mitchell won, followed by Nick and Thomas.
Dutch 1/8th Nitro On-road Nationals Rd2 – Report
The MAC de Baanbrekers track in Rucphen in the South of the Netherlands played host for last weekend’s round 2 of the national Nitro On-road Championship. Free practice on Saturday started out wet, but during the day the sun came out and the drivers were able to start finding a good setup for Sunday. In the premier NK class, Belgian driver Gunther van Staey (Serpent) returned from absence from the first round due to sickness, but it was Arie Manten (Shepherd) who came out on top after qualifying. The semifinals then gave some surprising results, because both Arie Manten and Ad Vissenberg (ARC) had to retire due to engine troubles and also the main final held some drama, because Gunther Van Staey with engine troubles and Martin Zevenhoven (Serpent) with an empty tank and a broken glowplug would not compete for a podium finish. In the end, it was last year’s EC 40+ winner Frank Baggen (ARC) who took the win in the 30 minute final from Joey Sorber (Shepherd) in 2nd and Donny Blommers (Mugen) in 3rd.
Dutch 200mm Nitro On-road Nationals Rd3 – Report
The third round of the Dutch 200mm Nitro On-road Nationals was held at the Baanbrekers track in Rucphen, home of last year’s 40+ European Championship. Weather predictions for the weekend were good and apart from a few rain drops it stayed dry all of the time with the track being in perfect condition which was reflected by the very quick times set in qualifying. The Dutch Nationals are run with mandatory Novarossi Sturm engines and Hipex low noise pipes and despite this being a somewhat “budget” solution it is a very powerful package as the times set were only a couple of tenth off of the current track record. In qualifying the battle for the four direct qualifier spots was very close, Daan Jacobs took the TQ with his Serpent followed by Pedro Rombouts (Xray). The 3 spot would be taken by John Bruins (Capricorn) with Serpent driver Julius Kolff only 0.13 seconds behind in 4th. Milan Holthuis would miss the direct final entry by only 4 tenths. Overall this was the closest qualification this year.