January 17, 2014

Track Focus – Lichterfelde, Berlin

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Host – MSV06 Berlin
Country – Germany
Location – Berlin
Track type – Temporary
Surface – Carpet/Wood Jumps
Direction – Anti-Clockwise
Previous key events hosted – None

Round 2 of the Euro Offroad Series brings the growing series to an all new location after the very small MSV06 club rose to the challenge when asked late last year by series organiser Uwe Rheinard if they thought a venue to bring the EOS to the capital city of Berlin could be found.  Consisting of a mere 8 members, the club made inquiries with city officials.  Keen to support an event that would bring international visitors to the city, over 20 nationalities represented this weekend, they gave approval to the club to use a sports hall next to their onroad track which is located outside in the carpark area.  Located in the city borough of Lichterfelde, together with support from other clubs in the area the hall has been converted into one of the best looking temporary indoor offroad tracks the series has seen yet.

Having being used to build part of the track used at the opening round of the series in Poland, here the track is completely built using the new PVC construction modular system from Polish company AzetX.  This has been possible thanks to the addition of new bendable sections for making curved corners. Experienced at using the click together track, having worked with it on a number of events in Poland, EOS Round 1 hosts ATA provided the man power for the building of the track yesterday.  With the EOS organised by the same people who put on the ETS, they have just confirmed that they have purchased a complete AzetX set-up for use at all future indoor events for the touring car series.

In terms of the track to drive on Race Director Scotty Ernst described the layout, which features a crossover and a wall section, as difficult and technical adding that it is ‘very easy to overdrive’.  In terms of lap times a fast one for 2WD Buggy will be around the 21-second mark.

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January 17, 2014

‘From Race Control’ – Day 1 EOS Berlin

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Day 1 of the record entry second round of the Euro Offroad Series taking place in Berlin will be a busy one for drivers with them taking to the track a total of 9 times.  Starting the day with 3 rounds of 2WD practice, this will be followed by the first of 4 qualifiers scheduled per class for the weekend.  With the opening 2WD qualifier completed the action will then switch to 4WD with again three rounds of practice followed by 2 rounds of qualifying for the 4WD cars to bring Day 1 of the event to a close at around 19:00.


January 15, 2014

EOS heads to Berlin with record entry

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The Euro Offroad Series travels to Germany this weekend (17-19 Jan) with the second round of the high profile 1:10 electric offroad championship attracting a record 300 strong entry as it makes its first visit to the country’s capital city of Berlin. While set to be the biggest encounter yet in the EOS’ short 8-race history, it is also the most competitive to-date with two reigning World Champions and four current European Champions among the World class field who are set to do battle.

Heading the entry will be reigning back to back EOS Champion Joern Neumann, the German looking to secure a ninth win in 4WD Buggy to maintain his reign as the only driver to win every EOS encounter in the class. The 4WD World Championship Top Qualifier won the season opener in Poland with relative ease and has just kicked off his 2014 season with a win at last weekend’s DHI Cup in Denmark, but in Berlin he will face a much tougher field. Another big change for the German is that he will be without longtime team-mate Hupo Honigl who since winning the season opener in 2WD has switched team. The Austrian’s departure moves highly talented Polish kid Michal Orlowski up to the No.2 position in the team and having taken a podium finish at Round 1 the 12-year-old should be in the mix.

Starting Season #3 back in October with a very popular first EOS win when he won 2WD Buggy, multiple former European Champion Honigl will be looking to build on that success and impress on his EOS debut with Team C. A key driver signing for the relative newcomer to the competition end of the market, Honigl will team up for the first time with the team’s other new signing for 2014, Oskar Levin. The Swede made an impressive international debut last weekend by TQ’ing 2WD Buggy at the DHI Cup. Although the finals did not go as well as he would have wanted, eventually finishing third, the 19-year-old says he learned a lot from the experience. Having TQ’d Round 1 of the EOS but only finished 5th, it was Schumacher’s Tom Cockerill who took the Danish win over Neumann, with the British driver putting the victory down to the experience gained from the EOS adding he is relishing the opportunity of competing against the World Champion field this weekend.

In terms of driver line-up and sheer size Team Yokomo has to be the favourite for at least one victory in Berlin on its return to the series. The team made its official EOS debut in Germany last year with Naoto Matsukura and came away with the 2WD win. This time round the 4WD World Championship Vice-Champion will be joined by the 2WD World Championship Vice-Champion Lee Martin. The team announced one of the biggest signings of the new season when they secured the services of Martin, who is one of only three drivers to have previously denied Neumann victory in the EOS. Also joining the electric offroad aces is reigning 1:8 Offroad World Champion Robert Batlle. The Spaniard who only took up 1:10 electric offroad racing last season has shown great speed on previous EOS outings but this being his first time to have team-mates to work alongside he should benefit hugely. The race will also see Martin’s young protege Jack Embling make his EOS debut. With the race in Germany, the Yokomo line-up will also include Euro Touring Series aces Ronald Volker and Yannic Prumper.

With both their drivers joining Neumann on the 4WD podium at Round 1, Team Xray will be hoping they can go one better this weekend. 4WD European Champion Martin Bayer came very close to beating Neumann at the DHI Cup with the Czech ace looking better & better on carpet surface tracks every race. Together with his team-mate and fellow nitro ace Renaud Savoya, a driver who never raced electric offroad before making his EOS debut in Austria last season, the hard working duo are spending the days leading up to Berlin testing at the Hudy Arena in Slovakia which should set them up well for the weekend.

Kyosho will be counting on their 1:8 Offroad European Champion David Ronnefalk and touring car star Christopher Krapp for a successful weekend. Ronnefalk had good speed at the opening round but came away with disappointing results and the 17-year will be looking to rectify that this Sunday. Having missed Round 1, Krapp makes his return to the series. Having finished runner-up in 2WD Buggy behind Neumann and ahead of his team-mate at last year’s season finale, the German will be hoping he can put in another strong showing at his home event. Another Touring Car ace who will make his EOS debut is Team Associated’s Juho Levanen. Like Krapp the Finn is a winner in the ETS but he has a lot less offroad experience and will be counting on the experience of Associated’s former European offroad champion Peter Pinisch.

Following driver feedback new tyre partner Pro-Line will supply a new controlled front tyre for the event along with a new compound rear tyre for Round 2. The changes show the high level of commitment the American tyre manufacturer is making to the Euro Offroad Series. Attracting backing from Xray, Team Durango, Team Associated, Kyosho, Horizon Hobby and Pro-Line, all primary sponsors of the 2013/14 season, the Berlin event will commence Friday morning with free practice.


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October 30, 2013

Berlin to host EOS Round 2

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The Euro Offroad Series is pleased to confirm that Round 2 of its championship for 1:10 Electric Offroad will take place in the German capital city of Berlin over the weekend of January 17-19.  After a very successful start to the third season of the EOS in Poland just two weeks ago, the opportunity to stage the second event on the four round 2013/14 calendar was only officially given the green light by the local government authorities yesterday evening.

Commenting on the news, Euro Offroad Series Race Director Scotty Ernst said, ‘We are really excited about being able to bring the EOS to Berlin and are very thankful to the local government for giving the MSV 06 club the go ahead to put on the event.  After the positive start to the season at the Hobby Show in Poznan which was attended by over 40,000 people I think the opportunity to race in Germany’s capital city will be another exciting experience for our racers and sponsors.’

Attracting backing from offroad racing’s biggest brands, with Team Associated, Kyosho, Xray, Team Durango, Horizon Hobby and Pro-Line equal primary sponsors of the series, securing the Berlin date makes Germany the only country to have hosted a round of the EOS each season since its inception in 2011.  After the trip to Berlin, Round 3 of the series will take racers to Austria while the season finale will take place in Slovakia at the world class Hudy Arena.