RCDRL featured Driver of the Week… Kawaynne Pierre

KP Racing driver Kawaynne Pierre jumped to the early Pro Mod points lead in Saturdays RCDRL Louisiana Countdown to the Championship playoffs opener. Coming in as the #1 qualifier, KP was awarded the bye-run in round one. KP then went on to defeat Mikey Alsobrooks in the semi-finals. In the finals, KP was matched up against Regina Alsobrooks. She was no match for the KPR horsepower in this one. From the hit, KP was off the line first and never looked back.
#1 KP Kawaynne Pierre ➧ .085 RT / 1.535 ET def. #5 Regina Alsobrooks ➧ .216 RT / 1.776 ET

The RCDRL Podcast Show is Back… Host Michael Mercadel with Guest Dewayne Shipman & Jeff Cheatham brings You Episode #45!

The RCDRL Podcast Show returns with episode #45. Host Michael Mercadel with guest Dewayne Shipman and Jeff Cheatham chat it up about the happenings around the league, the playoffs, upcoming events and talk a little fishing. Fishing? Yep- Fishing… and a funny thing happened when Michael, the League President stepped away for a few minutes. So sit back and strap in for ONE WILD 90-minute RIDE with these three dudes!

 
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Crews, Pfeil Score First Wins, Mercadel, Miller, Markowski, Bowman, Russell, Shivers, St. Pierre Also Pick Up Victories

135 driver entries competed in the second round of the 2018 Countdown to the Championship Playoffs Saturday, August 25th at the Paul Miller Custom Pools RC Nationals. Emotions started early this playoff season as every point counts for those competing for class championship honors!

 

In Traxxas Pro Funny Car, it was once again an all Mercadel final. This time it was the reigning TPFC Champion Joshua Mercadel grabbing his second victory overall and first in Traxxas Pro Funny Car this season. Coming in as the #6 qualifier, J. Mercadel drove past #5 Randy Mayhew in round one. In round two, J. Mercadel needed a holeshot win to get past the Bowman Performance driver, Heather Bowman for the win light. (#6 Joshua Mercadel ➧  .027 RT / 2.133 ET def. a quicker but losing #2 Heather Bowman ➧  .165 RT / 2.117 ET.)  In the semi-finals, J. Mercadel earned the bye-run and advanced to the final round for the second time in as many weeks.

On the other side of the ladder, Michael Mercadel was making his way through the 10-car field in hopes of another playoff win. M. Mercadel from the #4 qualifying spot defeated #7 Bill Nelson and #3 Jazmine Hernandez in the early rounds. In the semi-finals, the League President faced the Summit Racing Equipment driver and points leader Eric Bowman.  This race was over about half track when the Summit Racing Equipment car smacked the wall and was DQ’ed. This win earned M. Mercadel a spot in the finals to once again face his son and teammate Joshua Mercadel. Mike was 1-4 against his son Josh this season and only 3 – 16 overall lifetime against the 4-time RCDRL champion. In the finals, Joshua had lane choice and chose the Denton Tattoo Company Lane. Mike got off the line first, but Joshua had the power to drive around him and take the win light. This win puts the defending 2017 champion in first place in the 2018 Countdown to the Championship points battle. ( #6 Joshua Mercadel ➧  .073 RT / 2.178 ET def. #4 Michael Mercadel ➧  .052 RT / 2.299 ET)

“It was awesome to meet my son again in the finals. I need to find about a tenth of a second in my funny car before the Garca Motorsports Nationals September 8th. Despite our recent success in TPFC, Josh and I both know that the Bowman Performance Team are the ones to watch.”- Michael Mercadel

 

In Young Gunners, it was Christian Russell outlasting his side of the ladder to advance to his second Young Gunner final of the year. Russell defeated Piper Munson and Sarah Shipman in the early rounds. He earned the bye-run in the semi-finals to advance to the finals. On the other side of the ladder, number two qualifier Dallas Pfeil was able to defeat Colby Taylor in round one. He was awarded the bye-run in round two to advance to the semi-finals where he took out the number one qualifier Trace Faulkner. In the finals, Russell was able to get the job done and pick up his second win of the season in the process. With the win, Christian Russell moved up 5 places to the number two spot in the Countdown to the Championship!

Over in Pro Stock, we had 10 entries. Casey Baker took the number one spot with a quick 1.689, but it was points leader Jeremy Miller stealing the show again as he marched through the field of talented drivers. Miller defeated Willie Thomas and Robert St. Pierre in the early rounds to advance to the semi-finals. He then earned the bye-run to the finals.

On the other side of the ladder Davey Goff the number four qualifier was making his way through the field also. In round one he defeated Mason Cooley. In round two he got past JaC’D up Racing teammate Jill Miller in a great side by side race. In the semi-finals, Marcus Talamantez was standing in the way of Goff returning to the finals for the third time this season. In another good drag race, Goff’s 1.711 was able to defeat Talamantez 1.735 and just like that, Goff was going to his first playoff final third overall. In the finals, Jeremy Miller was once again ready, he cut a brilliant .013 light and never looked back and ran an event-best 1.668 down the quarter mile. Miller increased his points lead to 144 over second place Davey Goff. The Finals: (#2 Jeremy Miller .013 RT · 1.668 ET def. Davey Goff -0.023 RT · 1.727 ET)

 
In Traxxas Sportsman Funny Car, points leader Eric Bowman extended his points lead again by grabbing the #1 qualifying spot and advancing all the way to the finals. He received a bye-run in round 1 when Chris Hernandez was not able to get to the starting line. In round two he was awarded the competition bye-run. In the Semi-finals, Eric Bowman .104 RT / 2.392 ET def. #4 Bill Nelson .056 RT / 2.498 ET to advance to the finals.  On the other side of the ladder, #6 qualifier Scott Davis made his TSFC playoff debut in solid fashion.

Davis defeated Annalisa Poddighe and Kelli Garca in the early rounds. In the semi-finals, Davis took out reigning Rookie of the Year driver Heather Bowman to advance to the finals. At the hit of the throttle, this final was over. Scott Davis clicked on the red light -.022 handing the win over to Bowman. (#1 Eric Bowman ➧ .056 RT / 2.409 ET def. #6 Scott Davis ➧ -0.022 RT / 2.440 ET MOV: .047)

 

Over in Street Eliminator, 19 entries tried to make the 16-car field. Number four qualifier Joel Shipman has been quietly making his way up the leaderboard all season. With three runner-up finishes in Street Eliminator this season, Shipman was determined to seal the deal.  In eliminations, Kelli Garca and Matthew Munson fell to Shipman in the early rounds.  In what was one of the best semi-finals of the year, Shipman faced off against JD Crow.

Both cars left the starting line within a thousandth of a second of each other and at the finish line it was Shipman turning on the win light with a Margin of Victory by a thousandth of a second… (#4 Joel Shipman ➧ .037 RT / 2.76 Dial (.036 off) / 2.796 ET def. #1 JD Crow ➧  .036 RT / 2.43 Dial ( .038 off ) / 2.468 ET – MOV: .001). On the other side of the ladder, it was the number 7 qualifier and rookie driver Zack Shivers making his way through the field. In the early rounds, Shivers took out Mike Pfeil and Tony Malone. Shivers went on to take out Jeff Schmidt in the semi-finals to face Joel Shipman in the finals.  In the finals it was the rookie, Zach Shivers turning on the win light over Joel Shipman. Shipman will have to settle for the runner-up spot once again in Street Eliminator but have picked up many valuable points in the first two playoff races. (#7 Zack Shivers (R) ➧ .076 RT / 2.75 Dial ( .003 off ) / 2.753 ET def. #4 Joel Shipman ➧ .089 RT / 2.78 Dial ( .039 off ) / 2.819 ET MOV: .049

 

In Pro Mod, countdown contender Doug Crews came in as the number 12 qualifier. Crews was able to outlast Robert St. Pierre and Tony Malone in the first and second round. Advancing to the semi-finals, Crews faced number one qualifier, Ant Wren. In a great side by side drag race, Crews defeated Wren to advance to his first Pro Mod final.  (#12 Douglas Crews ➧ .078 RT / 1.669 ET def.  #1 Ant Wren ➧ .016 RT / 1.745 ET MOV: .014. On the other side of the ladder, number three qualifier Jerry Shields put Willie Thomas and Darvione Huddleston on the trailer in the early rounds.  In the semi-finals, he got lucky and beat Duwayne Cooley on a first or worse rule to advance to the Pro Mod Finals.  In the finals, both driers clicked on the red light, but Shields light was worse.  Crews went on to victory securing his first RCDRL win.  (#12 Doug Crews ➧ -0.006 RT / 1.787 ET def. #3 Jerry Shields ➧ -0.029 RT / 2.169 ET)

 

In the 2.50 Index class, Piper Munson the #14 qualifier battled her way through the 15-car field in hopes of winning her second index race.  She was able to put Randy Mayhew and Bill Nelson on the trailer in the early rounds.  In the semi-finals, she was able to get past the young, talented Brandon Mares to advance to the finals.  On the other side of the ladder, Chris Markowski was on his way to another final round match-up but had to get around Jeff Schmidt, Jr., Tony Malone, and the reigning 2.50 Champion Eric Bowman to advance to the finals to face Munson.  In the finals, Markowski was able to take out Munson when she clicked on the red light by only five-thousandths of a second. (#9 Chris Markowski ➧ .126 RT / 2.50 Dial (.026 off) / 2.526 ET def. #14 Piper Munson ➧ -0.005 RT / 2.50 Dial (.084 off) / 2.584 ET MOV: .073) With this win, Markowski takes over the points lead in the 2.50 Index Championship battle.


Newly licensed Top Fuel pilot David Goldstein proved that while being new to the RCDRL he is no rookie within the Top Fuel ranks.  Coming in as the #6 qualifier, Goldstein got past Brandon Mares in round one.  In round two he faced the reigning Top Fuel Champion David Mares, and in true veteran form was able to beat the quicker but losing Mares on a holeshot. (#6 David Goldstein ➧.012 RT / 1.318 ET def. #1 David Mares ➧.093 RT / 1.305 ET MOV: .068   Holeshot Win) In the semi-finals, Goldstein was able to defeat JR Summons and advance to the finals.

On the other side of the ladder #3 qualifier Robert St. Pierre was doing damage of his own to the nine-car field.  St. Pierre defeated Donnie Johnson and Duwayne Cooley in the early rounds.  In round three he was awarded the competition bye-run advancing him to the finals to face Goldstein. In a much-anticipated Top Fuel final round, both drivers were staged and ready.  When the tree dropped, St. Pierre was seven-thousandths of a second too quick and clicked on the red light.  Goldstein left the starting line with a brilliant .012 reaction time but was not able to stay in his lane.  He was disqualified by way of the first or worse rule handing the win back over to St. Pierre. Robert St. Pierre now holds a ninety-nine points lead over second-place David Mares.

 

In Quick 16, Chris Markowski owned the show.  Markowski was able to put Joshua Mercadel and Norris Graves on the trailer during the early rounds of eliminations. In the semi-finals, he faced Oklahoma City’s Nacho Thacker and on a holeshot Markowski was able to defeat him and advance to the finals. On the other side of the ladder, Tony Malone was making his way to the finals.  He took out Kelly McCart, Eric Bowman, and Jeff Schmidt to advance to the finals.  In one of the closest Quick 16 finals of the year, Markowski took the win by just eight-thousandths of a second over Malone. (#8 Chris Markowski ➧ .089 RT / 2.08 Dial (.045 off) / 2.125 ET def. #3 Tony Malone ➧ .134 RT / 1.95 Dial (-0.008 off) / 1.942 ET)   In the Quick 16 points battle, Markowski jumped to the number two spot and Malone moved up to the number five spot in the 2018 Countdown to the Championship.

 

19 talented drivers were all on the quest to go five rounds of racing in the All Run Bracket Class.  Mike Pfeil the #16 qualifier who had never been out of first round this season in any class was able to get his first win in round one against Matthew Munson. He went on to put Piper Munson, JD Crow, and Kelli Garca on the trailer to advance him to the first ever final with the RCDRL.  On the other side of the ladder, the bracket master Jeff Schmidt Jr. was on his way to yet another final. Schmidt was able to outlast Jayme Bates, Joel Shipman, and Carl Russell in the early rounds.  In the semi-finals, Schmidt was awarded the competition bye-run advancing him to the finals. In this All Run Final Schmidt had a championship, 77 round wins this season, and lane choice over Pfeils 4 round wins. (All round wins came from today’s event.) So clearly the odds were stacked against Pfeil. Cutting his best light of the weekend, Pfeil cut a better reaction time and was closer to his dial than Schmidt and in doing so captured his very first RCDRL win in his six years with the league.  Congratulations Mike for getting the monkey off your back!!!

 

This event JConcpts.net Holeshot Award Winner was Zack Shivers with a .001 reaction time. Best of all first-round contenders.

Once again, I would like to thank our sponsor Paul Miller Custom Pools of Keller, Texas (http://www.paulmillercustompools.com)  Also, the tireless efforts of our Officials, Stat Girls, and Raffle Ladies… Another job well done!

 

Playoffs Round II- PaulMillerCustomPools.com RC Drag Nationals August 25th, 2018

The PaulMillerCustomPools.com RC Drag Nationals is race #2 of the 2018 RCDRL Countdown to the Championship playoffs here in Texas. “We are thrilled that Paul Miller Custom Pools have agreed to sponsor this event. The playoffs are always full of excitement and suspense”- Michael Mercadel, League President

Pilots will start to feel the pressure with every round of racing. Just 4 events to go after this weekend of racing, so boys and girls… Bring Your BEST!

Event Location: Texas Motor Speedway;
14004 Country Ln Circle Fort Worth, TX 76179
Gates Open at 6am
Test-N-Tune starts after full track setup till 10:30am
Qualifying Starts at 11am
Always Free to Watch!
One Time: $10 Track Prep Fee
Each Class Entry: $10

Paul Miller founded Paul Miller Custom Pools in 1982 in Fort Worth, Texas. Paul’s background in the swimming pool industry began in the same place nearly a decade earlier when he was working summers cleaning and maintaining pools for a small town pool service company. After continuing his education and apprenticing under a local pool builder for several years, Paul realized that he would have to set out on his own in order to fully realize his ultimate goal: To build the highest quality swimming pools using only the best materials and the most skilled craftsmen. Visit: paulmillercustompools.com or call (817) 379-9333 to learn more!

Mares Boys Racing Finds Paradise with 3 Victories; Schmidt Doubles Up, Mercadel, Miller, Bowman, Wren, and Markowski Capture Paradise RC Wins!

With high Texas Summer temps, 126 driver entries competed in the first round of the 2018 Countdown to the Championship Playoffs Saturday, August 18th. Some competed to play spoiler and blocker for teammates, while the majority are competing for Championship honors!
 
The RCDRL wants to thank all that pulled together and went the extra mile to help pull this event off. Special thanks to Paula Shivers in playing a critical role in filling the stat girl seat, Jacquelyn Mares did a great job on the mic, while Tre’ Thacker helped with officiating. As inclement weather moved through the area, many of our members helped secure the track in record time.
 
In Pro Funny Car, Mike Mercadel secured his second victory and first in the funny car ranks this season. Coming in as the #4 qualifier, M. Mercadel got pass Chad Howard on a holeshot and then went on to put event sponsor Randy Mayhew and Bill Nelson on the trailer before advancing to the finals. On the other side of the ladder, defending Pro Funny Car Champion Joshua Mercadel was making his way through the 10-car field as well in hopes of a playoff glory. J. Mercadel from the #2 qualifying spot defeated rookie driver of the year candidate Zach Shivers in round 1. In round 2 he faced the Summit Racing Equipment and points leader Eric Bowman.
This race was over at the hit of the throttle. Bowman went red and Mercadel ran an event-best 2.141. This win earned him the bye-run in the semi-finals advancing him to face his dad and teammate in the finals. Mike was 0-3 against his son Josh this season and only 2 – 15 overall against the 4-time RCDRL champion. In the finals, Joshua had lane choice and chose the Rudis Motorsports Lane. Joshua got off the line first but had trouble and had to pedal it allowing Mike to drive by and take the win light! (#4 M. Mercadel .080 RT / 2.256 ET def. #2 J. Mercadel .038 RT / 2.334 ET)
“Our program has struggled, it’s no secret we haven’t had the cars we wanted most of the season. However; I have to say thanks to Eric Bowman for turning a few wrenches on our Hotrods. It definitely has made a difference.” said Mike Mercadel who moved to second in Funny Car points.
 
In Young Gunners, defending Champion Colt Mares held his own by advancing through the field of young talent to the finals. Mares had to get past two members of the Toad Racing team, Colby Taylor in round 1 and Zack Shivers in the semi-finals. On the other side of the ladder, number one qualifier Piper Munson was able to defeat Sarah Shipman in round 1. She was awarded the bye-run in the semifinals to advance to the finals to face Colt Mares. In the finals, Colt cut a brilliant .016 reaction time and ran a 3.077 on a 3 flat dial to take the win over Piper Munson’s .107 reaction time, 2.571 on a 2.50 dial.
 
Over in Pro Stock, we had 11 entries. Jeremy Miller grabbed the #1 qualifying spot right off the trailer in round 1 qualifying. He went on to earn the bye-run in the first round, got past Robert St Pierre in round number 2 and in the semi-finals. Miller was able to drive around Davey Goff to advance to the finals.
On the other side of the ladder #5 qualifier, Mason Cooley put Manuel Garca on the trailer in round 1 and was able to get past the defending Champion Jerry Shields in round 2. Cooley earned the bye-run in the semi-finals to advance to face Miller in the finals. In the finals, Jeremy Miller was ready, he cut a brilliant .018 light and never looked back. He went on to run a solid 1.680 to take out Mason Cooley DNF. Miller is seeking his first RCDRL Championship and couldn’t ask for a better start to his 2018 playoff hopes! (#1 Jeremy Miller .018 RT / 1.680 ET def. #5 Mason Cooley .078 RT / 64.999 ET)
 
In Sportsman Funny Car, points leader Eric Bowman extended his points lead by grabbing the #1 qualifying spot and advancing all the way to the finals. He received a bye-run in round 1. Then went on to defeat Matthew Munson in round 2 and his wife Heather Bowman in the semi-finals. On the other side of the ladder, #3 qualifier Bill Nelson got past Colby Taylor in round 1 and drove past Chris Markowski in round 2. He was awarded the bye-run in semi-finals to face Bowman. This final was over at the hit of the throttle when Bill Nelson clicked on the red light -.063 handing the win over to Bowman who ran a solid 2.532 ET.
 
Over in Street Eliminator, we had 18 entries trying to make the 16-car field. Jeff Schmidt came in as the #6 qualifier. He was able to defeat his teammate Chris Markowski in round 1. Schmitt got past Jeff Chambers in round 2 and was able to take out JD Crow in the semi-finals. On the other side of the ladder, it was the #4 qualifier, Joel Shipman battling his way through the field. Shipman was able to beat Randy Mayhew and Jayme Bates in the early rounds and drove past Colby Taylor in the semi-finals to face Schmidt in the Street Eliminator final. In the finals, Schmidt cut a .038 reaction time and ran a 2.915 on a 2.83 dial to def. #4 Joel Shipman .152 RT / 2.805 on 2.890 dial. (Breakout)
 
Pro Mod had 12 entries at the Paradise RC Nationals. #1 qualifier Ant Wren had 5 wins during the regular season and showed no sign of letting off the throttle on his competition in the playoffs. Wren cruised through the field getting past Davey Goff and Zack Shivers in the early rounds before getting the bye-run into the finals. On the other side of the ladder it was defending Pro Mod Champion and #8 qualifier Darvione Huddleston taking out #5 Manuel Garca and #2 Duwayne Cooley in the early rounds before getting past #4 Tony Malone in the semi-finals. In the finals, Ant Wren had to drive around a brilliant light cut by Huddleston to win his 6th Pro Mod event of the year and in doing so extended his championship points lead to 74. (#1 Ant Wren .126 RT / 1.429 ET def. #8 Darvione Huddleston .002 RT / 1.562 ET) Marge of victory (MOV .009)
 
In the 2.50 Index class, Brandon Mares found the winner’s circle by mowing down his side of the 16-car field. His side of the ladder included Thuan Dinh, Mike Mercadel, and Tony Malone before advancing to the finals. On the other side of the ladder, Jeff Schmidt put #14 Norris Graves, #6 Annalisa Poddighe, and #7 Piper Munson on the trailer to earn a final round meeting with Mares. In the finals, B. Mares took out Schmidt. (#8 Brandon Mares .084 RT / 2.50 Dial .087 off ) / 2.587 ET def. #3 Jeff Schmidt .141 RT / 2.50 Dial ( .314 off ) / 2.814 ET
 
Top Fuel Dragster had 7 cars dueling for a win light. Defending Champion David Mares whose two sons, Brandon and Colt had already won their fair share of classes at the Paradise RC Nationals was trying to do the same. David Mares came in as the #2 qualifier. He outlasted J R Summons Jr. and Mitchal Vaughn to advance to the finals.
On the other side of the ladder, it was #1 qualifier and points leader Robert St. Pierre. The Summit Racing Equipment driver drove his top fuel dragster to the finals by earning the bye-run in round 1. He went on to defeat Brandon Mares in the semi-finals. D. Mares won when St. Pierre crossed the centerline and was disqualified. Neither dragster was able to finish their run and record a time. Robert St. Pierre maintained his points lead in the class despite falling to Mares in the finals. Mares moved up three places to the #2 spot in the Countdown to the Championship and is down by just 41 points going into this weekend’s round two of the playoff’s “Paul Miller Custom Pools RC Nationals”. #2 David Mares .108 RT · 64.999 ET def. #1 Robert St. Pierre DQ .026 RT · 64.999 ET
 
With already having three wins during the regular season, 2016 Quick 16 Bracket Champion Jeff Schmidt is determined to get his title back in 2018. Coming into round 1 of the playoffs, #8 qualifier Schmidt was able to put Chad Howard and Douglas Crews on the trailer in the early rounds. In the semi-finals, Schmidt outlasted RCDRL first-timer, Eric Hancock to advance to the finals. On the other side of the ladder, #2 Joel Shipman was making his way to a final round showdown with Schmidt. Shipman in the early rounds got past Nacho Thacker and Kelly McCart. In the semi-finals, Shipman was able to outlast defending Quick 16 Champion Chris Markowski. In the finals, #8 Jeff Schmidt .090 RT / 2.05 Dial ( .122 off ) / 2.172 ET def. #2 Joel Shipman .119 RT / 2.79 Dial ( -0.944 off ) / 1.846 ET. Jeff Schmidt jumps to #1 in the playoffs, while Joel Shipman holds on to his #2 spot.
 
The All Run Bracket class had a season-low of 16 total entries, but that did not stop the fast and furious action of defending All Run Bracket Champion Chris Markowski. In the early rounds, #6 qualifier Markowski defeated Sarah Shipman, JD Crow, and Jeff Schmidt to advance to the finals. On the other side of the ladder, it was #1 qualifier Joel Shipman making his way through the field. Shipman took out David Braswell, Jayme Bates, and Jeff Chambers to advance to the final round. This one was over at the start when Shipman clicked on the red light. Markowski took the win and extended his Countdown to the Championship points lead to 86 points. Shipman jumped up four places to the #2 spot in the Countdown. #6 Chris Markowski .024 RT / 3.80 Dial (.086 off) / 3.886 ET def. #1 Joel Shipman -0.050 RT / 2.79 Dial (.046 off) / 2.836 ET
 
Congratulations to our 2 JCONCEPTS.NET HOLESHOT award winners, Colby Taylor and JD Crow for both cutting a .008 reaction time lights during first round eliminations to win this award.

The Paradise RC Nationals Make Up Date – August 18th, 2018

The makeup date for the Paradise RC Nationals is Saturday, August 18th, 2018…

It’s ON! Saturday, August 18th, 2018 the Paradise RC Nationals “TAKE TWO” Gates Open @ 6am!

This is event #9 of 14, Join us at the:
Texas Motor Speedway- 14004 Country Ln Circle Fort Worth, TX 76179 for some Fast Furious Family Fun!

* Gates open at 6am
* Test and Tune after full setup till 10:15am
* 10:30am – Official Qualifying Session 1 (Q1)
* Final Qualifying Session 2 (Q2), Immediately following Q1
* National Anthem
* Elimination Round 1
* Continuation of All Eliminations Rounds
* Awards Ceremony
* Secure Track & Clean up

Classes for Everyone:

Electric Top Fuel Dragster (3s)
Electric Pro Mod (2s)
Electric Pro Stock (1s)
Traxxas Pro Funny Car (3s)
Traxxas Sportsman Funny Car (2s)
Quick-16 Bracket
2.50 Index
Street Eliminator Bracket (2s)
All Run Bracket
Young Gunners Bracket

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Congratulations HobbyTown USA Texas Summer Nationals Winners and Runner-Ups!

Visit HobbyTown USA, Hurst, Lewisville, Dallas, or Rockwall for all your hobby needs. HobbyTown USA is your #1 Toy and Hobby Store in North Texas! Whether you are shopping for an amazing birthday present, looking for a new fun hobby, wanting the coolest remote control vehicle, or searching for a vintage train set, they have it all!

Their friendly and professional staff is ready to help you find the perfect toy or hobby. At HobbyTown USA, they also offer repair services as needed to get you back up and playing as quickly as possible. Also, they will buy your gently used or unwanted toys, models or hobbies.

“Our job is to make sure you leave with a smile on your face!”- HobbyTown USA Texas Managment

Come visit their 4 convenient locations, Dallas, Hurst, Lewisville or Rockwall and you will be amazed at the endless amount of fun under one roof for all ages. HobbyTown USA Texas is open 7 days a week!

    

HobbyTown USA Texas to Help Close Out the Regular Season… Setting Up The 2018 Countdown to the Championship Playoffs

HobbyTown USA-Texas is back as a title sponsor with the Radio Controlled Drag Racing League Texas bunch! HobbyTown USA Texas will help close out the regular season and set up the top 10 Championship points contenders in each class category this coming weekend July 28th, 2018. What an exciting regular season the RCDRL Texas bunch has had. We have endured challenges both on and off the track. For most, the rest of the season will be a great time to play spoiler, prepare for next year and continue to try and win races and awards! 

For the competitors that will make the Top 10 in each class, it’s time to hone in your skills and fine-tune your cars… Points will be reset after this event. From the number one seed getting 2110 points, down to the number ten seed getting 2000 points. It’s about to get real! Good luck to all!

Please visit HobbyTown USA, Hurst, Lewisville, Dallas, or Rockwall for all your hobby needs. HobbyTown USA is your #1 Toy and Hobby Store in North Texas! Whether you are shopping for an amazing birthday present, looking for a new fun hobby, wanting the coolest remote control vehicle, or searching for a vintage train set, they have it all!

Their friendly and professional staff is ready to help you find the perfect toy or hobby. At HobbyTown USA, they also offer repair services as needed to get you back up and playing as quickly as possible. Also, they will buy your gently used or unwanted toys, models or hobbies.

“Our job is to make sure you leave with a smile on your face!”- HobbyTown USA Texas Managment

Come visit their 4 convenient locations, Dallas, Hurst, Lewisville or Rockwall and you will be amazed at the endless amount of fun under one roof for all ages. HobbyTown USA Texas is open 7 days a week!

 

Event Date & location:

HobbyTown USA Texas Summer Nationals Saturday, July 28th, 2018 at The Texas Motor Speedway 14004 Country Ln Circle Fort Worth, TX 76179

 

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