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Orlowski and Mächler crowned 1:12 world champions!

The 1:12 scale IFMAR World Championships took place last weekend for 21st time in it`s history. Beachline RC in Florida was the host and the whole event produced high quality pan car racing!

Orlowski wins first ever IFMAR title

In the prestigeous Modified class, Michal Orlowski was able to follow all the big names from the past like Neisinger, Hirosaka, Spashett, Matsukura, and Rheinard (to only name a few) and won his first world championship title from second on the grid. After qualifying, USA driver Kemp Anderson was TQ with Orlowski and Rheinard starting second and third. While A1 went to Anderson, the US boy was not able to get it done in A2 where Orlowski won ahead of Rheinard and Hagberg. The title was on the line in A3 and the start was one to forget. Anderson`s car did not get off the line and Rheinard crashed right into the back – the race was done for both, same as their hopes for the world championship title. Meanwhile, Michal Orlowski took the win in A3 and crowned himself with one of the most prestigeous and historic titles of the sport. It was the first ever world title for a polish RC racer and Orlowski celebrated it together with his Schumacher team in Florida. Marc Rheinard and Alexander Hagberg jouined the new world champ on the podium at Beachline RC.

Mächler becomes second world champion in the Spec class

The spec class (13.5 Motors) saw a big fight between many drivers in the A-Main. Top qualifier Max Mächler and his teammate Mark Stiles (both Awesomatix) were batteling it out for the world championship title. Stiles won A2, and Mächler took A1 and A3 to wrap up a very first world championship title for himself and the Awesomatix brand. A well-deserved win for Max and the team and a moment which “Mad Max” will never forget!

Congratulations to Michal Orlowski (PL) and Max Mächler (GER) for your achievements!