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Tamiya racing factory at T.I.T.C.2019 photos and setup


The Thailand International Touring car championship (T.I.T.C) 2019 event was a spectacular as ever. It is one of the worlds largest race events with over  260 drivers running a range of different classes from M-Chassis to Modified touring.  It is interesting as it is one of the large events that Tamiya still attends.


In the competitive Modified Touring class the newcomer Takuma Sasaki performed brilliantly with his TRF419XR.
Excellent result!
Qualifying 9th in the A-Final and took overall 10th position.  This was a superb debut on an international stage for the young driver. Who had won the Tamiya M-Chassis world championship the year before.

Here is his set-up, (Download PDF HERE).

Kono hiding secret parts from a competitor :)
Takayuki Kono had a busy weekend providing support and also finishing 5th in the 13.5 class with the TRF419XR, and also getting in the A Final with the Tamiya Truck class.

Kiyokazu Suzuki got into the F1 A final with the TRF103 alongside other Tamiya racers such as Chung Ho who narrowly missed the podium in 4th place.

So a great result, and importantly it shows that Tamiya are still supporting racers with the TRF program. The new parts and chassis have been steadily released and I am happy to stay racing Tamiya TRF cars. This weekend I will running new parts on my TRF419XR and I am looking forward to seeing what new releases Tamiya have coming for us racers in the future

Now I just need to try to arrange attending the TITC 2020 :)



Links (Tamiya.com)
T.I.T.C 2019



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