Thailand International R/C Touring Car Championship 2020 – TITC had been completed successfully in last week. All the world top drivers had gathered together to compete with the winner that a achieve for proving themselves. After a series of the qualification round and final race, Team Infinity had dominated the Top three places in modify round. Team Infinity driver – Akio Sobue won the champion in modified class with INFINITY IF14-II. There is an interesting point that you should know, Top three drivers had picked Orca‘s Electronic Equipment on chassis!

May the key to race a good result, let’s check out the flash look about the TITC 2020!

The Result of TITC 2020 modified class

rcmart-blog-TITC 2020 Team Infinity Driver Akio Sobue Won in Modify with Orca's Electronic Equipment

rcmart-blog-TITC 2020 Team Infinity Driver Akio Sobue Won in Modify with Orca's Electronic Equipment (10)

The Record of the final race

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Video Credit: Red RC Live @YouTube Channel

Video Credit: Red RC Live @YouTube Channel

The Moment of announcing the winner

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Akio Sobue has claimed a second TITC title, this time around the Infinity driver doing so in much more dominant fashion to his spectacular win over Alexander Hagberg in 2018.  While concerns of the Coronavirus depleted the international entry for the 18th running of Asia’s most famous annual touring car event, the Infinity driver still faced stiff competition, most of which came from within his own team.  With the race marking the international race debut of the Japanese company’s IF14-II, Jilles Groskamp would keep Sobue honest in the finals.  A crash in A1 caused by his pinion coming undone gave Groskamp the win in A1 meaning it would all go down to A3 after Sobue got the job done in A2.  Having been the closest to matching Sobue’s pace at the Infinity Addict Circuit throughout qualifying, Groskamp wasn’t going to let the opportunity to go for the overall win pass in A3 and putting in a good fight kept the pressure on the Top Qualifier for the entire 5-minutes, the first time anyone had been able to do so all weekend.  Still, Sobue resisted the challenge to take back the title that he had lost last year to the absent Hagberg.  Having finished runner-up last year, Naoto Matsukura again was on the podium this time in 3rd after winning a battle with Viktor Wilck for that position.  Finishing off what was a tough TITC weekend for the Yokomo team, local hero Meen Vejrak would get a P3 in the third A-Main to secure 5th place as the best-placed non-Infinity driver.

The Chassis of Amain driver in TITC 2020 modified class

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There is an interesting point that you should know, Top three drivers had picked Orca’s Electronic Equipment on chassis!

Orca Aluminum OE1 760A Competition Brushless ESC Black #ES18OE12-4S

Orca Aluminum OE1 760A Competition Brushless ESC Black #ES18OE12-4S

Feature:

  • For: 1/10 RC
  • Material: Aluminum
  • Color: Black
  • Brushless System
  • Multiple Adjustable Parameters use optional program card

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The High-performance Motor from Orca

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Photo About TITC 2020

 

2020-04-24T16:42:18+08:00February 24th, 2020|