Sunday, October 4, 2009

Trial and Racing competitions review - Q3 2009 (Summer)

As the result from a fast online search, I gathered a few videos from some of the Truck Trial and Technic Racing competitions, organized in the last quarter* by several LUGs. Thus decided to make here a wrap-up for this summer season.


Czech Republic
The Kostky members continued to organized their 2009 LTR (LEGO Technic Rally) series.






2nd 2009 LTR, Rally Ohrada - 11th July - Praha, Velká Ohrada
Imagine who won it this time?... .






No video yet found!

3rd 2009 LTR, Rally Lesíky - September




The championship results so far.


Poland
As usual LUGPol is perhaps the most active community, organizing TrTr competitions.
Here we get an overview on their last 3 competitions, via the excellent videos produced by Sariel .


LEGO Truck Trial 03/2009 - 20th June - Warsaw


LEGO Truck Trial 04/2009 - 11th July - Warsaw


LEGO Truck Trial 05/2009 - 5th September - Warsaw


Slovenia
It looks these guys are starting in the area. Here they 1st TrTr competition at Velenje in the last 25th of June.




South Korea
On 15th August the South Koreans, from BrickInside, also organized their "1st BrickInside Power Function Racing Contest".
A contest where every vehicle compliant with a few rules, could take part.
  • Must fit in a 32x32 studs area.
  • May use up to 2 motors and only one PF receiver.
  • One PF battery box is allowed.
Within these limits, any form is possible such as a car, bike, tank, walker, or even a moving house...
The contest included 3 categories: Racing, Design and Popularity.



You may find a lot of photos from the contest at BrickInside forum [1, 2].



Enjoy!

*) But also those organized a few days before, if not covered here before.

1 comment:

Atr said...

looks like funny event, wish I could be there and participate

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