jc-ChaosA great weekend for racing during the Chaos on the Coast point series took place at the Space Coast RC Raceway. Jason Ruona, Paul Wynn along with a great group of JConcepts drivers were out to support the monthly event held at the Cocoa Beach facility. 2WD modified was hotly contested all day with JConcepts driver Daimon Borkowicz taking the round one TQ with Paul Wynn in second. For round two the track speed picked up and Paul Wynn was able to stay consistent throughout the five-minute qualifier resetting the TQ by a slight amount over Daimon.
The seven minute A final was the show of the weekend. Paul Wynn took the early lead and held off Daimon and Billy Easton in the early going. Daimon encountered a small mechanical problem which needed a quick repair and Billy Easton and Jason Ruona slipped into second and third right away. Paul held off the challenge going several minutes error free putting the pressure on second and third to drive just as smooth. The battle heated up when Paul made a small bobble allowing Easton into the lead. Ruona moved into second place and after a mistake by Easton, Ruona was into the lead. Paul was close to the battle and after Ruona and Easton tied up momentarily it was officially a three-car race.
Wynn picked up the pace and put a lot of pressure on Ruona and the two were running fantastic with one another out front. Easton made it very interesting putting down some hot laps and attempted a pass on Wynn on several occasions allowing Ruona some breathing room in the lead. Ruona cruised in for the victory but the battle was still on for second. Paul made a last lap effort to get into second but broke the car two turns from the finish line. Easton made a mistake before the finish line but Wynn wasn’t able to limp by and regain second. The finishing order was Jason Ruona first, Billy Easton second and Paul Wynn third and TQ.
The tyre of choice for the JConcepts duo were JConcepts Bar Codes front and rear mounted on Mono 12mm hex wheels. Green compound proved to be the qualifying compound while blue compound was the ticket for the longer seven-minute final on the Team Associated B4.2 buggies.A special thanks to the Space Coast RC Raceway, Ruffy Rios and the entire crew on a great day of racing.

Source: JConcepts

Share →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *