Review of 2006
During 2006 we
timed 16 races in the UK and Europe.
from Naviga 2006 - Norway
Over 500 pictures from the Naviga 2006 RC Speedboat
World Championships. Action shots, people and the stunning
view from Race Control. Available for you to browse or buy
on DVD. Click
It may take a while to download the index of thumbnails.
15 -17 December NEO
Everyone who is Anyone in Rallycross
was there. Event website is
here. Classes: Rallycross (138) and Truggies(24).
Drivers are coming from Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland,
France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Italy, Norway, Portugal,
Spain, Sweden, UK and USA.
30 November - 3 December GP Batteries Touring Car Carpet World
Switzerland. Like previous years we will be running
live results, check out the website for the link.
Like previous years bbk will be there to answer AMB
related questions and showcase the latest AMBrc3 Decoder.
Setting up the AMBrc Loop and Mounting Transponders. A
PDF file that tells you everything you need to know is now
available as a download
Team Orion Speed Weekend Kasttelaun, in the Hunsruck
Germany. bbk timed
this event. Check out the event website
for further details.
Thunder Tiger Cup at 3A Raceway. bbk are timing
this event and results will be updated on the website
timed the Novarossi GP at EMORC on 2-3rd and
full results and some pictures are
AMBrc3 Decoder replaces the AMBrc Decoder. This is the
latest generation of AMB Decoder and is fully compatible
with AMBrc Personal and Rechargeable Transponders. It
features Serial and TCP/IP connectivity plus automatic
updating of lap times from the Decoder to AMB's MyLaps Live
web site. We will have these in stock by the end of August.
bbk have been working with AMB testing prototypes of the
AMBrc3 decoders for nearly a year and it
is very well suited to low signal applications, such as RC
Boats. The 2006-1 release of
bbkRC fully supports the AMBrc3 decoder. There will be a
full feature description available in a couple of days.
14th-19th EFRA Electric Off Road Euros in
Austria. Despite the travel problems from the UK bbk
were there to time and webcast the event. Follow the link to the link to the Club Website
were at the RC Powerboat World Championships in Norway.
This was the first Naviga World Championship to
use Transponders and the AMBrc3 timing system ran
flawlessly for two weeks. Full results, pictures and reports from the meeting
on the meeting website at
www.rcboat2006.com. By the end of August a DVD of the best of the spectacular pictures
taken will have been compiled. Check this page for details.
timed the first ever RC Bike Worlds June 22-25th
at Brookland Circuit. Full results and pictures from the meeting
courtesy of Aurorra Ltd.
was a return visit to the Scottish GP 2-4th June 2006. Race
Results, Reports and Pictures are on the web. Thanks
to RC RACECHAT for hosting the Race Results.
Norwegian Boat Racing. There are some pictures
In August we are timing the Naviga World Championships at
another lake in Norway.
Released. Details and
5th-7th EFRA Electric Off Road Euros
Austria. We'll be there and we hope to be able to Live
WEBcast the event, in preparation for the Euros in August.
Event Website is
Pro-Line Indoor Dirt Challenge
is running over the Easter Weekend.
After 3 days of racing we have
lots of images and a few of them are
8th April. The BRCA 1/10th Off Road 2wd Round 1, the start
of the 17th year of bbk Timing of this Championship.
are some of the rather dramatic images.
26th March. The BRCA 1/8th Circuit Section had their first
Race Meeting using bbkRC 2006-1. Some pictures from the rain
affected meeting are
Full results are available on the BRCA Web Site
Paris 11th-12th for the
International PETIT R/C Race.
Electric Off Road indoors for 2wd, 4wd and Trucks and
the track had some serious jumps! Good turnout of Kyosho and
J Concepts together with the usual Losi, Associated and
Schumacher and of course Durango. Full Results and pictures
Trinity & Team Losi Shootout 2006
Indoor Electric TC &
Off Road racing, Watford UK. The first 6 places in the
modified A were all different manufacturers and both the 19T
& 27T A finals had 5 manufacturers. Two drivers were
dominant, Andy Moore (Hot Bodies Cyclone + Orion Motor) in
Modified and Russell Williams (Yokomo BD + Scream motor) in
19 and 27 turn. There was a 4wd buggy class, mostly Losi,
but Yokomo, JC Concepts and Kyosho featured in the A. Click
13-15th DHI Cup Denmark. Results
here. A good mix of marques, with 6 manufacturers
in the Modified A and 5 in the 19T A. Hara failed to
make the A due to one DNF and two poor runs, leaving the
Xrays of Jilles Groskamps and Victor Wilck to challenge Marc
Rheinard's Tamiya for the title. The modified A had
no less than 4 drivers from Finland including young
Christer Anderson. Andy Moore was the top UK driver,
qualifying 5th and finishing 6th overall.