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As a relaxing way to work off the Christmas excesses, a fun three hour endurance race took place in Trutnov in the Czech Republic on the 26th of December. Teams consisted of two drivers using limited 17,5T brushless motors in their cars. A huge carpet track was built on a 20×30 meter area making a lap of 130 meters and so with the winning team achieving 672 laps, it meant a race distance of 87 kilometers. Eight teams took their place on the starting grid and by the end all but one team would finish. Batteries were changed approximately after 20 minutes and due to slower motors there were really small gaps between teams. In the end the team of Tom Knopp & Petr Grof, driving the Xray T3 emerged winners, 10 laps ahead of Zdenda Beneš & Michal Blahovský and Jirí Vyšín & Dan Necesaný, the second and the third position teams only separated by 10 seconds after 3 hours.

Final results after three hours:
1. Tom Knopp + Petr Grof – Xray T3 – 672 laps
2. Zdenda Beneš + Michal Blahovský – Xray T2´008 – 662 laps
3. Jirí Vyšín + Dan Necesaný – Xray T3 – 661 laps
4. Marcel Dostál + Jakub Cink – Xray T2´008 – 656 laps
5. Jirí Tehník + Honza Blahovský – Xray T2´009 – 597 laps
6. Filip Trnka + Jarda Herman – Tamiya 416WE – 555 laps
7. Martin Aman + Petr Aman – Xray T2´009 – 539 laps
8. Pavel Koch + Míra Jiruše – Xray T2R Pro – 221 laps


Thanks to Zdenda Beneš for the report.
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