JQ Results Roundup – September Week 2

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The fourth round of the Irish Nationals was held over the weekend. Bradley Baird (JQ Racing) took the overall TQ in both Nitro Buggy and E-buggy classes. Bradley brought home the win in both classes and thanks to these wins he took his tenth title. Alan Scroggie (HB Racing) and Andrew McLean (Agama) rounded out the top 3.

“Round 4 and that’s a wrap, Irish national Champion in both electric and nitro 8th and racking my tally to 10 time champion! My JQ racing buggy Novarossi engine and Proline tyre’s have been faultless all year and taking the TQ and win in both classes was the cherry on top of a great season.” – Bradley Baird



The ROAR Region 4 1/8 buggy Championship was held at the Mills Pond RC Speedway track in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Joseph Quagraine was able to take the 2nd place victory in the Pro nitro buggy class, with Justin Fales (Serpent) in first place, and Jackson Brunson (Team Associated) in third.

Trent Walker takes 3rd place in the Under 18 nitro buggy class. Kyle Philips(Serpent) took 1st place Sebastian Vasan 2nd (?) Trent Walker 2nd (JQ Racing) well done to Trent and all the competitors!

In the same race, Lorenzo Davis also qualified 2nd place in the Open Nitro Buggy A-main class with his JQ Black Edition, and placed 4th overall during the finals.



The S&B Championships was held last weekend at the S&B R/C Speedway in Greenville, South Carolina. The event attracted drivers from Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia. Joey Wolters Christensen built an awesome, “west coast style” track that was super fun to navigate. JQ Racing USA Driver Max Flurer drives his Grey Edition to second place at the S&B R/C Speedway in South Carolina. Max would take the Ebuggy A1 win and 2 and 2 in A2. This would leave Max tied with Billy Easton (Serpent) for first but Billy would beat on time for the overall win and Max second. That’s 3 races and 3 podiums for Max on his new JQ ride. Well don’t Max and also Ryan Millington for finishing 6th in the same race.



Carlos Sikora puts it on the top step at Los CoCos RC in Santo Domingo Dominican Republic 🇩🇴 !!! Carlos takes the victory in the Nitro Buggy class and would also take 2nd in Ebuggy. The JQ Racing República Dominicana team showed up and dominated well done to Carlos and Team Manager Ricardo Vilorio!!



Sebastian Azocar Lucchini attended the Campeón Latitud 33 at the newest track in Chile. Sebastian would drive his B.E. to a hard fought 2nd place only losing out because of having to make an extra fuel stop. Gastón Zegard Latrach would retire early due to servo failure congrats to all the participants and to Sebastian for the great performance!!