Mugen Seiki factory driver Ronald Völker won the electric Singapore International Challenge ahead of Yokomo driver Nicholas Lee and Infinity racer Naoto Matsukura last weekend. The race was held at the RCMC Singapore track and attracted over 100 entries in different classes. Ronald was TQ after qualifying and due to massive rain it was not possible to run any finals on track meaning the drivers to finish the race as they had qualified.
Here is a part of Ronald Völker`s social media post:
Back home with TQ = Win at the 2023 electric Singapore International Challenge!
Had a relatively short but amazing time in the beautiful country of Singapore despite it was raining from time to time including heavy rain just before the finals which meant results remain unchanged after qualification.Ronald Völker (GER) Mugen Seiki| LRP
Special thanks to Nicholas Lee, Daryl Thong and the Radio Control Modellers’ Club – RCMC Singapore for hosting a great and flawless event, looking forward to come back! Also great to hear and see Scotty Ernst recovering and doing what he is famous forAs lately, my LRP powered Mugen Seiki MTC2R was on point right from the first practice runs and I was able to be top seed and winning 3 of 4 quali rounds.