RC or radio controlled car racing is the most thrilling part of the radio control car world. RC car racing brings excitement, whether you're driving against the kid next door or competitively on and off road track.
If you're going to race competitively, there are some steps you can take to prepare for the race to help you win. First you need to select its high errors correctly. The tires you choose must be matched to the surface, you will be doing the RC car racing on. Take a little time and do some research on the types of tires that your competitors and the better racers use. It can be difficult to perfect the right combination of tires and inserts for your RC car. New gadgets come on the market often, stay away for now. Stick with the tires and inserts that you know work for you and that your competitors try the new tires out first. Dan learn from their experiences.
Any unlikely event you are an able to find out what other races are using, there are some guidelines you can follow to select your tires. If you're racing on asphalt with foam tires, purple compound tires on all corners worked nicely. If you're racing on the carpet with foam tires, try using plaid compound upfront and use the purple compound on the back tires.
It is amazing, but psychology also plays a role in a successful race. For example, it is good practice to arrive at the track early. By doing so, you sure as your fellow racers that you're serious and are willing to work hard in order to win. There are others that make it a habit of being the first one at the fact before the gates even open for the race. When you are early, you have plenty of time to set up your pit area. You can also charger batteries for practice and tie up any loose games before beginning your practice runs.
As well, help set up a track if they need it. The faster they can put up the track, the faster you get to practicing. We arrived late, it penalizes you because you are not getting as much practice time. It will affect your familiarity with the track. Just leave the arriving late up to your competitor. Use any advantage that you can get.
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