This past weekend, Leadfinger Racing held it’s 2nd Anniversary race at Space Coast RC, the home of the 2014 Electric 1/10th Nationals. There were 197 entries for the event with racers from Florida, Alabama and Georgia. Chris Schaefer of Leadfinger R/C did an outstanding job putting on this event along with SCRC, which is one of the best facilities to ever get to race at.
Pro E-Buggy was the featured class of the event and Pro-Line Driver, Cole Ogden followed up his overall TQ by taking the win easy fashion. Cole used M3 Blockades on his TLR 3.0 Buggy. Cole lead all 32 laps of the 10 Minute A-Main to easily secure the win. Fellow team-mate and friend, Eddy Cordoba was in 4th place when he had electronic issues and forced an early exit, 10 laps into the race.
In Mod 2wd Buggy, Pro-Line dominated the class by taking 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th overall. Jeremy Harris took the overall TQ and followed it up with an amazing run battling with teammates Billy Easton, Leon McIntosh and Eddy Cordoba. All four drivers were able to get an extra lap using M3 Suburbs and M3 Scrubs. Jeremy Harris was also able to take TQ in Stock Buggy.
In the truck classes, Landen Lewis was able to bring home the win Stadium truck and take 2nd place in Short Course. Using M3 Scrubs on the rear and MX Scrubs on the front of his Kyosho RT6 in Mid-Motor, Landen was able to secure the win. Fellow team-mate, Brandon Demark came in 4th and Landen’s dad, Brian Lewis came in 5th. With his Kyosho Short Course, Landen used M3 IONs on the rear and MX IONs on the front. His trucks were hooked up all day with all the traction needed along with exceptional tire wear.
The entire Pro-Line team worked extremely hard together. We would like to thank Pro-Line racing for always supporting and being there to help provide what ever is needed to excel.