For Bashers, By Bashers!


In the world of RC Racing, the scale side of the hobby is not prevalent. Until now. Over the last year I have been messing around with the 1RC Racing cars. The 1RC Racing cars are 1:18 scale, and when I say SCALE, I mean Scale. Cars come with scale engines, tires, chassis, and even a driver. 1RC Racing has a bunch of different RTR models you can pick from.  My personal favorite is the Asphalt Late model, followed by Late Model. Other Models include, Sprint cars, Asphalt Modified, Modified. Eastern Dirt Modified, as well as midgets.

I used to race back in the day, I was not very good, but I still had fun with it. I remember being bewildered by all the different classes of cars, and not knowing where mine would fall into.  For a new person into racing, it looked like five classes of cars that all looked the same. None of which I have seen in real life and certainly not scale. Fast Forward to the present. Racing the 1RC Racing cars is a lot easier to get started and understand what class you are in. If you have a Late Model, then you race with Late models. Have a Sprint car? Then you race with the Sprint cars, you get where I’m going with this. All the Models come RTR with a battery and charger, so you are ready to hit the track as soon as you got a battery charged. Instant RC Racecar for $209.99, you can’t beat that.

Each model has its own line of upgrades like, faster motors, softer tires, springs and a few others. I would say about 80% of the model’s parts are interchangeable with one another. The cars are made extremely well, I have seen head on hits, and just about any kind of crash you could think of with the 1RC Racing cars and have yet to break anything. Its BASHER Approved, that is for sure.

If you are interested in picking one up, hit up your Local Hobby shop, or click the 1RC Racing Link to see all they have to offer. I personally would like to see 1RC Racing do a Hobby Stock, or Nascar style Truck in the future. Until then, I need to get back to the shop. Have a good one and Keep Scalin’!





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Posted by in Everybody's Scalin' on Friday, April 5th, 2024 at 7:34 pm