Distance raced on this track: 00000 km

Naxos     PopularityPopularityPopularityPopularityPopularity

Naxos Sicily, Italy, host of the 2014 IFMAR Buggy Worlds.
1   2   3   4   5

Track achievements: 0 of 10 achieved

Great precision driving!75% official track record80% official track record85% official track record90% official track record95% official track recordDay recordWeek recordMonth recordRobot consistency

Your history on this track

0 0
Events Sessions

Your fastest laps

1:10 Short Course 4WDn/a
1:8 Nitro buggyn/a
1:8 Nitro buggy Specn/a
1:10 Short Course 4WD 13.5Tn/a
1:8 Electric buggyn/a
1:8 Electric buggy Specn/a
1:8 Rally Xn/a
1:8 Rally X Specn/a
00 00 00
1st places 2nd places 3rd places

Buy this track

You can buy this track directly using your VRC €:

You are not logged in

Products containing this track

No suitable products found.
Time trials
Tips & knowledge
Race stats

News of December, 2014



Surprise from 'down under': Chris Sturdy is the new VRC World Champion Open Class SC Trucks. Congratulations on a fantastic drive for this CLUB level racer, beating the very best PRO racers in this class! The 18 year old Aussie was a big unknown, finishing just 69th in the Season 3 Series, but at this Worlds he got his act together to finish 1 lap clear of Wollanka and Loriot who made up the podium.

The 2014 Worlds Open Class SC Truck Main final was a 15 minute long race, forcing a pit stop midway to change the battery pack. Sturdy was one of the first to go for a new pack, Wollanka, who had been tossing for the lead with Sturdy for most of the first haplf of this final, came in for a fresh LiPo pack 2 laps later, but saw his 3 seconds lead diminish to under a second. Sturdy charged hard, Wollanka answered in style but pushed it too hard, blowing his chance to fight for the World Championship until the last lap to pieces. Young Nicolas Loriot lost the race at the first few minutes of the main final, making too many errors dropping him back to 8th. After he got steady he was able to fight back to a podium place!

1 Chris Sturdy AU Club 23 15:38.031
2 Martin Wollanka AT Pro 22 15:08.963
3 Nicolas Loriot FR Pro 22 15:22.880
4 Quentin Le Gall FR Pro 22 15:33.789
5 James Le Pavoux GB Sport 22 15:36.483
6 Barnabás Tóth HU Pro 22 15:37.518
7 Thomas NUZZACI FR Sport 21 15:03.772
8 Robert Hillman SE Pro 21 15:17.263
9 Marc Doucet FR Pro 21 15:21.180
10 Francis Wathlet BE Pro 20 15:00.586

With 4 finalists in the A-Main, France was the favorite to win the Nations Cup and they did in convicing style, leaving Australia and Austria behind them!

1. France 612 N. Loriot (3.), Q. Le Gall (4.), T. NUZZACI (7.), M. Doucet (9.), M. Puysilloux (12.)
2. Australia 440 C. Sturdy (1.), D. Lord (16.), D. Pryor (41.), S. Van Gisbergen (44.), W. Lazich (51.)
3. Austria 414 M. Wollanka (2.), T. Rössler (28.), M. Hauenschild (31.), W. Hoffelner (34.), E. Fisi (72.)


Only active members can post comments
Pages: 1 | 2 (Total posts: 11)
08.05.2015 [14:07]
what the hell is Loriot? 3:40
24.12.2014 [15:39]
congratulation to all !!
21.12.2014 [10:49]
Is it only top 5 get counted ?
21.12.2014 [10:44]
So proud of you Chris....
20.12.2014 [15:26]
Congratulations. I'm actually not a truck fan...but...after watching you guys in this video it's pretty cool. They put on a great show. I see now why so many enjoy. We'll done all.
20.12.2014 [02:35]
Congratulations! I loved the commentary on the first lap when Chris pulled the double single instead of the single double :)
19.12.2014 [22:18]
congratulation !!
19.12.2014 [20:38]
Go Aussies
19.12.2014 [08:14]
Well done ! Congratulations
18.12.2014 [20:54]

Share on Facebook

Share on Twitter