Denny Take the AZRCR Series Opener!

The AZRCR Copper State Series opener was held at the Fear Farm R/C Raceway in Phoenix and TLR’s Tanner Denny was making it known, that he is the man to beat! Denny drove his 8IGHT 4.0 and 8IGHT-T 4.0 to two impressive wins. Denny looks to lay down the law and do much of the same at the next rounds.

TLR and JBRL Kick It Off!

This past weekend, Coyote Hobbies in Victorville, California hosted round 1 of the JBRL Electric Series with 250 entries.  The JBRL series includes 8 stops at a variety of indoor and outdoor tracks across Southern California. 

TLR driver David Jenson took the victory in the 4wd Open Short Course class with his Orion powered TLR TEN SCTE 2.0 with his TLR teammates, Ryan Dunford in second and Radek Grammes rounding out the podium in third. Kevin Motter finished 2nd in 4wd  Modified while David Jenson finished in 3rd place with his Orion powered TLR 22-4 in the highly competitive 4wd buggy class.

In Modified Truck TLR's Shawn Blackwell qualified 2nd and won the A-Main with his TLR 22T 2.0 with Robbie Robison taking 2nd. 

In the 1/8 E-Buggy class, it was TLR’s Brian Sullivan taking an impressive win with his TLR 8IGHT-E 4.0


Mitch Gets Extreme On The Carpet!

The Extreme Carpet Initiative was held at Extreme RC raceway in Spring Hill, TN. This awesome carpet track is setup a couple of times a month for racers all over the area to have a place to race. This year’s layout saw a mix of singles, doubles, corner jumps and even a wall ride.

After an epic battle, TLR’s JR Mitch drove his 22-4 from the second starting spot on the grid to the top step on the podium taking the win in the Modified 4WD class. In the 2WD Modified class, it was a reversal of fortune, as Mitch’s 22 3.0 started in the TQ spot on the grid but finished on the second step of the podium for second overall. Proof again, TLR can win on any surface.


Maifield Strikes Gold at Silver State!

The venue may have changed, but the conditions were just as challenging, as this year’s Silver State took place at RC Tracks of Las Vegas, the site of the 2016 IFMAR World championships. Gone were the enormous sized pot holes and blown out track, but in its placed was smooth, seal-coated clay. The conditions proved tricky for everyone, but TLR’s Ryan Maifield came out swinging in  the Pro Nitro Buggy A Main with his 8IGHT 4.0 taking the win and once again proving the 8IGHT 4.0 can win on any track conditions.


TLR Takes 5 at Region 4!

The Region 4 Nitro Championships were held at 555 raceway in Bartow, Florida and TLR team drivers made sure they took their share of the hardware!

4WD SCT (TEN SCTE) TQ and 1st Derek Jacobs
40+ Nitro Buggy (8IGHT 4.0) 1st Bart Collins
Pro E-Buggy (8IGHT-E 4.0) TQ and 1st JR Mitch
Open Truggy (8IGHT-T 4.0) TQ and 1st JR Mitch
Pro Nitro Buggy (8IGHT 4.0)  TQ and 1st JR Mitch


TLR Rocks the Cactus!

The 30th Annual Cactus Classic race was held this past weekend at Hobbytown/SRS in Phoenix, Arizona and TLR’s Dakotah Phend scored two more impressive wins! Phend was the man to beat in modified 4WD Buggy with his TLR 22-4 as he set the TQ and went on to win A1 and A3 for the overall title! Phend continued his dominance in the 4WD Short Course class by driving his SCTE 2.0 to the TQ and then taking the overall win. To cap off a great weekend, Phend also drove his 22 3.0 to the second step on the podium in the Mod 2WD Buggy class.

In the Stock division, it was TLR’s Chris Wheeler driving his 22 3.0 to a very impressive TQ. Wheeler, who calls SRS his home track, was not about to let anyone come into his house and show him how it’s done as he went on to take the overall win in the Stock Buggy class.

Having an odd off weekend, Ryan Maifield took third in the Mod 2wd Short Course class. Also with an impressive run, TLR’s David Jensen took second place in the 4WD Short Course class.

RC Car Action Names the 22™ 3.0 Buggy Car of the Year!

For the second time since its introduction, the folks at RC Car Action have crowned a TLR® 22 buggy, Car of the Year. It’s just one more honor in a string of awards that includes multiple Reedy Race of Champions wins, ROAR National titles and many, many more. Congratulations to the entire Team Losi Racing crew for once again proving Engineering Wins!

TLR Continues to Win Worldwide!

TLR’s Reno Savoya attended the first round of the RCMBT/ Electric 1/8 French National, held at Montpelier track, well known for the world famous GP of Montpellier. Savoya drove his TLR 8IGHT-E 4.0 to the overall TQ and then used that momentum to take the win in the first two A mains and the overall win.


The MIO International Indoor Off-road Cup recently concluded with the fifth and final round of the championship. TLR’s Wesley van Helmond drove his TLR 22 3.0 to three wins and a second place to secure the overall title in the highly competitive 2WD Buggy class.

Blackwell Takes the State!

TLR’s Shawn Blackwell raced the California State Championships at Coyote hobbies indoor raceway in Victorville, CA and not only drove his TLR 22T 2.0 to the overall TQ, but he capitalized on that starting position by taking the win and title for the Mod Truck division!
Ellis Takes Two at the 25th

Celebrating its milestone, P&T Hobbies and Raceway held their “25th Anniversary Race” on Saturday February 27th, sporting 3 rounds of rocket round qualifications and lengthened A Mains to determine who got to stake claim to some coveted titles amongst the 90+ entries that arrived. P&T being where it all started for TLR driver Ben Ellis, there was no way the former local would miss out on such a unique race. Competing in 2wd Mod Buggy (TLR 22 3.0) and PRO 2wd SC (TLR 22SCT 2.0). With the vehicles on point, Ellis was able to grab the overall TQ in both classes, and was able to win the lengthened A mains in both as well, making it a clean sweep for TLR.

Stephansen Wins Out Back!

TLR team driver Derek Stephansen attended the 2016 Outback Shootout at Amain Hobbies Outback Raceway. Stephansen took home two impressive wins with his 22 3.0 buggy. The first win would come in the Modified Buggy division and the second win coming in the highly competitive Expert 17.5 Buggy division. Proof again, that the 22 3.0 can win in any class.

RC Pro Series Round 2

TLR’s Tyler Hooks wanted to make sure he stood on every step of the podium at the second round of the RC Pro Series at 439 Raceway in Belton, Texas. Hooks took the lowest step of the podium by driving his Spektrum controlled 8IGHT-E 4.0 to a third place finish in the Pro E-Buggy class. For the next step up, Hooks drove his Orion powered 8IGHT 4.0 to a hard fought second place finish in the Pro Nitro Buggy class. To complete the final step, Hooks put on a clinic and drove his Orion powered 8IGHT-T 4.0 to the top step of the podium with an impressive win in the Pro Truggy class.

RC Pro Series Round 1

TLR’s Tyler hooks is starting off the season on the right track by driving his Orion powered TLR 8IGHT-T 4.0 to a hard fought first place finish in the Pro Truggy division at the first round of the RC Pro Series held at RCHQ in San Antonio, Texas. Hooks also drove his 8IGHT-E 4.0 to a fourth place finish in the Pro E-Buggy class as well.