RECON Ultra4 G6 at King of the Hammers 2013

By AR on Jan 02, 2013

Axial RECON Ultra4 G6 at King of the Hammers

Axial Racing & RECON Crawlers has brought r/c enthusiasts Big Events since 2007. The Axial West Coast Championships started the r/c crawling “Big Events” and was the first to ever have qualifying rounds and LCQ’s. Axial Racing and RECON Crawlers teamed up again to bring r/c enthusiasts and their families an r/c genre that has swept the World, known as the RECON G6. The RECON G6 is more than an event, it’s a Life Style. The King of the Hammers (KOH) and Ultra4 racing is also a life style and they are going to be getting their R/C scaler fix, in The Axial RECON G6. This is the last event on the 2013 KOH schedule starting at noon on Saturday, if you own an Axial R/C, come out and get your fix in this historic Axial RECON Ultra4 G6.

Axial RECON Ultra4 G6 Intel

When – Feburary 9, 2013
Where – King of the Hammers (exact location TBA soon)
Why – Because we’re G6′n and everyone knows it.

Drivers Meeting / Stage line up to start at high noon or 12pm.
Stage Start following the National Anthem. (12:30+/-)
G-Fee – $25.00
Bringing a power bar or Monster Ultra Zeros to G-Central is not mandatory, but highly recommended.

-A tow strap is mandatory. This can be a lanyard or shoe lace.
-5 scale items are mandatory. This may include side mirrors, seats, sleeping bags, ect.
-5 Ultra4 King of the Hammers scale items are not mandatory, but highly recommended. This could be a Griffin Radiator, Rigid Light Bar, Poison Spider Bumpers, ect.
-A KOH / Ultra4 scale sticker is not mandatory, but highly recommended.
-Running the number of your favorite Ultra4 racer is not mandatory, but highly recommeded.
-A spare tire is not mandatory, but highly recommended.
-A winch is not mandatory, but highly recommended.

Axial RECON Ultra4 G6 Course Description

The course will consist of 200 +/- trail markers. No whoops or silt beds. There may be some rocks.

I can’t think of any better way to start the year than a watching the best Ultra4 racers battling it out for one of the most coveted crowns in all of racing, the King of the Hammers. Are you going to be the first Axial RECON Ultra4 G6 King of the Hammers? You can answer that in person.

“The G-Crew will see you soon and remember…

…Come get your scaler fix, in the Axial RECON Ultra4 G6!”

Note: Registration, the Drivers Meeting Challenge (DMC), and more intel coming soon!

For the most up to date info and a conversation about this event, please visit the RECON Crawlers forum here.

About RECON G6
Founded in 2009, the RECON G6 event series is a lifestyle, an R/C scale fun adventure for the entire family. RECON G6 has held 30+ events over the course of four years in Arkansas, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, and Washington with approximately 1,200 participants during the 2011-2012 seasons.

Most R/C events through history have been held on closed courses. RECON G6 events are held in outdoor environments making use of the natural terrain. RECON G6 events are based around adventure and battling the environments and building camaraderie with fellow competitors. This is very much the same type of competitive event as the globally famous Camel Trophy Cup. Like these events, RECON G6 events are point to point challenges with special skill sections pitting man and machine against the elements.

R.E.C.O.N. has a goal to help drivers be the best R/C driver that they can be. R.E.C.O.N. will achieve this goal by constant commitment to driver training, designing challenging courses, rewarding good driving, and instituting the values of sportsmanship. R.E.C.O.N. understands that success does not come without adversity and how a driver handles adversity defines their character. R.E.C.O.N. will encourage drivers to strive for success, but to accept adversity with professionalism and integrity. R.E.C.O.N. will provide leadership to its drivers through a family friendly club environment.

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2 Comments:

  1. Default_avatar Ryan Baker Posted on 2013-01-09 19:43:01

    How long is the race? As in length and time? Please reply and post more info on the course description!

  2. Default_avatar HeyMike_S Posted on 2013-02-01 18:05:28

    Only a week left. That TBA needs to be a location, SOON.

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