Without a doubt, there's been one particular body style that has been used in winning more R/C sedan races than any other race body since its debut in Thailand exactly 3 years ago, where Barry Baker won the Reedy Race of Asia.
Since then Marc Rheinard won the 2004 IFMAR Worlds, Adrian Bertin won the IFMAR 200mm Gas Sedan Worlds, and this year Andy Moore bagged the 2006 IFMAR Worlds - all using the PROTOform Mazda 6. There's been no major rubber-tire sedan race in the world that the Mazda 6 has not been a part of the winning combination, whether it be a ROAR, EFRA, Orion, Reedy, IIC, Snowbird's, or DHI Cup event.
To show that we're not just sitting on our hands here at PROTOform, we're proud to present a newest generation of rubber-tire race body: the state-of-the-art MazdaSpeed 6. This new race body provides even better handling balance, increased traction and added driver-feel comfort. It all adds up to this...better lap times.
The new body features 2 lower trim lines: one for the slightly taller BRCA rules. All specifications are within the ”Global Body Spec” requirements (including those specs of ROAR, EFRA, FEMCA, FAMAR and IFMAR) The add-on wing has clearly marked ”slats” that when cut out will increase the wing efficiency. As usual it comes with wing hardware, window masks, decal sheet and protective film.
The PROTOform MazdaSpeed 6: a step forward in the world of performance race bodies!