November 8, 2019

Sawada領銜OneTen廣州站強大車手陣容 | Sawada leads competitive field at OneTen rounds 3 & 4

由Infinity冠名的2019/20賽季OneTen系列賽即將於11月16日-17日在廣州AMA賽車場開啓第二個比賽週末,OneTen賽會非常高興地宣佈數位大牌車手已經確認參加第三站與第四站的比賽。本賽季前兩站Modified組別的冠軍Jin Sawada再度代表Infinity車隊出戰,他將力爭延續自己的不敗戰績。廣州本地選手黃揆笙將作為Xray的頭號車手參賽,回到自己熟悉的場地,這位現任中國全國冠軍將會展現出比上海RCI室內地毯場更好的狀態。Serpent在自家主場派出了強大的車手陣容,頭號車手Yugo Nagashima將從日本飛抵參賽,Stick King也會從香港前來廣州。他們都將力爭比在第一、第二站表現出色的隊友張方洲在領獎台上更進一步,為Serpent新車拿下賽季首勝。更多新賽季的信息可以點擊此處獲取,網上報名請點擊此處,您也可以前往AMA直接報名。

With the second stop of the 2019/20 OneTen Series presented by Infinity set to take place next weekend (November 16-17) at the Amazing Indoor Arena in Guangzhou, the organisers are very pleased to announce some big name drivers set to attend rounds 3 & 4 of the series. Winner of the opening two rounds, and current points leader in the Modified class, Jin Sawada will once again head the Infinity team’s challenge as he aims to extend his perfect scoring record as the series heads south. Guangzhou native, and current Chinese national champion, Gary Huang will be Xray’s lead driver at AMA as he returns to his preferred track surface having struggled somewhat on carpet at the opening round at RCI in Shanghai. Serpent have made a big push for what is essentially their home event with lead driver Yugo Nagashima making the trip from Japan to join Stick King from Hong Kong as they aim to go one place better than team mate Rocket Zhang achieved in Rd1 & 2 of the series and get a first win for the Chinese brand with their all new car. More information on the event can be found here and entry for all classes, Modified, Stock and FWD can be submitted here or directly with the Amazing Indoor Arena.


November 5, 2019

OneTen系列賽下半賽季場地調整 | Venue reshuffle for second half of OneTen Series

香港局勢的持續動蕩已經迫使OneTen賽會將第三、第四站的場地移至廣州AMA室內賽車場,這兩站的比賽即將於下週末(11月16日-17日)舉行。目前賽會決定再次調整本賽季剩餘場次的場地。原定舉行第五、第六站的廣州飛騰賽車場將改為承辦在明年3月14日-15日舉行的賽季收官戰;第五、第六站的比賽將於明年1月4日-5日回到上海RCI室內賽車場舉辦。我們由衷地感謝各家賽車場、合作夥伴與賽員們對這一系列改變的理解與支持,讓我們賽場見!

新的賽程表
第1站與第2站 – RCI V2,上海(室內地毯)
日期:2019年10月19日-20日
第3站與第4站 – AMA,廣州(室內瀝青)
日期:2019年11月16日-17日
第5站與第6站 – RCI V2,上海(室內地毯)
日期:2020年1月4日-5日
第7站與第8站 – 飛騰賽車場,廣州(室外瀝青)
日期:2020年3月14日-15日

With the continuing uncertainty in Hong Kong, which already forced the relocation of Rounds 3 & 4 of the OneTen series to AMA in Guangzhou, which takes place next weekend (November 16-17), series organisers have once again had to make changes to the remaining rounds of the championship. Set to originally host the 5th and 6th round of the series, Feiteng Raceway in Guangzhou will now play host to the season finale on March 14-15, while for Rounds 5 & 6 the championship is set to return to RCI in Shanghai on January 4-5. We are very thankful to the tracks, partners and the racers for their understanding in this matter and we look forward to seeing you all at the track.

Updated Calendar
Rounds 1 & 2 – RCI V2, Shanghai (Carpet)
Date: October 19-20, 2019
Rounds 3 & 4 – AMA, Guangzhou (Indoor Asphalt)
Date: November 16-17, 2019
Rounds 5 & 6 – RCI V2, Shanghai (Carpet)
Date: January 4-5, 2020
Rounds 7 & 8 – Feiteng Raceway, Guangzhou (Asphalt)
Date: March 14-15, 2020


October 20, 2019

Sawada & Kiyoyi complete OneTen double

Jin Sawada survived a big scare in the early stages of the 8-minute main final when the Japanese driver rolled his IF14, to come back and win the 2nd round of the OneTen series hosted by RCI V2 in Shanghai. Losing almost half a lap on the small technical track, the incident dropped the pole man down to 4th and left Rocket Zhang in the lead. Fighting his way back to the front, Jin managed to get back into the lead with two and a half minutes to go and would go on to extend his lead to over 5 seconds by the end of the race. Rocket would hold on for 2nd with Motor King completing the top 3. Discussing the incident, Sawada put it down to running with more power, thanks to the increased voltage, and lower than normal traction. Losing the back of the car slightly it clipped the small yellow curbs, sending his car into the wall and needing to be marshalled. Following the crash, he said his car was feeling really good and he could go about his recovery drive, which he admitted added some excitement to what was a rather processional race.

Feeling already in the warmup that the traction had dropped, at the start of the race Rocket tried to stay with Sawada and build a gap to Motor King in 3rd. When the Infinity driver crashed, the Serpent driver pushed super hard to pull a gap to try make it to the end ahead of the pole man but seeing him close as quickly as he did, Rocket let him go and instead focussed on keeping in front of Motor King and Gary Huang. ‘A good result for me’ he declared, the Shanghai based driver continued ‘its my first race on carpet with the new car so we still need to try more setup’.

Another to get surprised by the drop in traction Motor King was still pleased with his final. Feeling his car was ok in the last two qualifiers and making no change to his car, the RCI local said it must have been a drop in temperatures. Stating that the ‘A-main was super difficult’ he focussed on driving smoothly and bring it home in 3rd. Gary Huang would end the race a distant 4th with Jimmy Qian once again in 5th, all 8 drivers finishing in the position they started.


Once again Masaaki Kiyoyi was in a class of his own as he led the race from tone to tone, pulling out a near 4 second gap by the end. All Stock drivers using an identical handout Scorpion motor, it was Tino Wu that ended the race in 2nd, with Awesomatix team mate Zhao Jia completing the top 3.

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October 20, 2019

Grid confirmed with Rocket Zhang starting 2nd

Rocket Zhang will start this afternoon’s 8 minute A-main from 2nd on the grid, behind pole man Jin Sawada, having notched up his third 2nd place finish in qualifying. The Serpent driver will start ahead of Motor King, whose changes failed to improve his Yokomo car in Q4, while Gary Huang and Jimmy Qian will start 4th and 5th respectively. In the Stock class, Tino Wu will start from 2nd, winning the tie break with Zhao Jia, having put in the faster time in Q4, while Hiroyuki Onda and Hua Huang complete the top 5. For the finals, 7 drivers qualify directly into the mains with the winner of the lower main bumping up to make it 8-car finals due to the small track size.

點擊此處查看比賽成績 | View complete event results here.

點擊此處查看賽事圖片庫 | View our event image gallery here.