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Bangkok RCS 2008 IFMAR Worlds track for 1:12 sportscars. This track does no longer exist, VRC Pro offers you a chance to relive the exitement of the 2008 IFMAR Worlds. They lay-out is technical and challenging but has a very nice flow to it.

at Bangkok 1:12 layout. Super tight and super fast 1:12 electric racing!
View a video of the 2008 IFMAR Worlds final on this track!
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Report by J-P.Huhtala (VRC race reporter)



Hungarian talent Barnabas Toth has wonned ISTC TOURINGCARS serie in VRC PRO 2016 SEASON 1. He started his season from Luxembourg, where he allready at qualifying showed his remarkable speed, winning that one with seven seconds gap to Britains Graham Raistrick. Unfortunatelly we didnt see him at on the grid when race was arranged.
But no time, when next race was on, he was on fire again. In Italy, Messina track he had tight battle against Swedish driver Christian Holmström. He wonned the gualifying only with 0.5s ahead of Holmström. In race Holmström pressured Toth real hard but Hungarian was tougher, but only with one second.
At Volker track, Carpet 4, Toth got fight against Swedish Andre Fossto and USA driver Dana Bailes. Fossto was in second place after qualifying, 1.7s behind Toth. When race started, Bailes lifted his pace and got closest to Toth, but margin was over three seconds when race ended.
After three drived race, Toth had wonned those all and it was pretty clear that he would be favorite to take the season. But there was two more races to come. At Eppelheim 2 track at Germany, Polish driver Jakub Rozycki was giving Toth a hard time. Ok, Toth made almost four second mistake at gualifying and was in second grid when race was arranged. Rozycki wasnt an easy peace, this 19 years old talent had showed his pace also in other places where he had participated. But finally he had to surrender to Toth, Toth`s pace was so remarkable at Eppelheim and he wonned also that one, almost 4 seconds difference to Rozycki.
Final round was helded in Bangkok RCS short circuit. Swedish driver Fossto wonned the gualifying, but Toth had maded almost seven seconds mistakes during the gualy run and it was pretty obvious, that he would be the man to beat at race, if Fossto couldnt find any more pace. When race was ended, Toth came first to checkered flag and Fossto was in second place, three seconds behind.
Like this, Toth guaranteed his victory of the season. He deserved this one, so consistent he was during those races.
In final points table, French driver Arthur Brule got the second place, and third place went to Benjamin Lehmann from Germany. Brule drove also top spots at season, he participated in five races and lowest position came from Carpet 1 race, where he was in sixth position.
Lehmann`s season was also great, those races what were calculated to his points, he was in top5 in all those races.

1|Barnabás Tóth|600 2|Arthur Brulé|567 3|Benjamin Lehmann|561 4|Dana Bailes|555 5|Graham Raistrick|543 6|André Fossto|507 7|Olev Pihl|491 8|Willem Janse van Rensburg|474 9|Carson Yeung|462 10|Milan Peka|454

PRO level season winner BARNABAS TOTH, HUNGARY


Indonesian lightning Hijrah Saputra was on fire at SPORT level. He drove top points from the season, and his consistent, fast performance guaranteed his victory of the season. Ok, there was tight battles but Hijrah hold his nerves with professional style and deserved this victory. Nice season Hijrah!
Second place went to Marcelo Borges from Brasil. This 39 years old Brasilian talent gave good opponent to Saputra and he drove very good season. Something about his great season tells those seven races where he participated, in six races he was in top3 when event ended.
Heikki Huhtala from Finland, man in third place, had consistent style in those five races where he drove. Heikki got four top5 places and one sixth place. This row guaranteed third place in season final. Good season Heikki!

1|Hijrah Saputra|585 2|Marcelo Borges|582 3|Heikki Huhtala|558 4|Bart Acda|519 5|Paulo Guedes|518 6|Thomas Klingen|500 7|VRC Korea Master|473 8|Yuriy Meshkov|456 9|Emanuel Riplinger|447 10|Markus Andreasson|435



CLUB level season was two man deal. Antti Silvennoinen from Finland and Nuno Lourenco from Portugal battled and solved season winner. Antti wonned four and Nuno three races. With those four spectacular wins, Silvennoinen guaranteed his victory from CLUB level. Lourenco had to settle to second place, but he was pressuring Silvennoinen whole season. This is how it should be, tight hard racing. Seiya Inoue from Japan was man in third place, when season ended. Seiya was very consistent and also fast. He droved all eight races, and was allways in top5 when event ended.
Great perormance Seiya!

1|Antti Silvennoinen|594 2|Nuno Lourenco|594 3|Seiya Inoue|579 4|Tony DELMASTRO|537 5|Keith Fischer|485 6|Steve Solosy|474 7|Romain LACROIX|462 8|Stephen Cheung|447 9|Gary Climie|405 10|Yasuhiro Morta|405



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(Total posts: 3)
31.05.2016 [07:28]
Thank you Hijrah!
27.05.2016 [19:01]
Truly an optimal season and a great dispute with Hijrah!
Keeping the practice, even when away from the tracks!
27.05.2016 [04:21]
thanks jupe

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