O’CONNELL LEADS SUCCESSFUL BMILLER RACING HAUL AT TRACTION RACEWAY SHOWDOWN IN RENO

Traction Raceway and Hobbies in Reno has been open for a year now, and to celebrate their first year of racing, ownership decided to host the 1st Annual Traction Raceway Showdown. The two-day event generated more than 150 entries and featured outstanding racing action at both the expert and sportsman levels. Read More

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BMiller Racing Hits The Road For Pair Of Events This Weekend

BMiller Racing will be represented at a pair of travel races this weekend. Brian Strange and Lou Figueria are making the trip to Magna, Utah to take part in the 24th Annual April Fools Classic at Intermountain R/C Raceway, while five other team members will head East on I-80 to Reno for the first-ever Traction Raceway Showdown.

The April Fools Classic is the second oldest active race currently held in the United States, attracting many of the nation’s fastest drivers. Qualifying will take place on Friday (Apr. 27) and Saturday (Apr. 28) with the mains on Sunday (Apr. 29). Strange will register for three modified pro classes, 2wd buggy, 4wd buggy, and stadium truck. Figueria will focus solely on his specialty, 4wd short course. Both Strange and Figueria, representing team sponsors A Main Hobbies, ProTek R/C, DE Racing wheels, and Panther tires, will be making their first trip to Utah to take part in the prestigious April Fools Classic.

Six members of the BMiller crew will head to Reno. Eddie and Nathan Bernal will represent the team at Traction Raceway along with Josh O’Connell, Terry Wickum, and Patrick Zhao. Qualifying will take place on Saturday (Apr. 28) with the mains on Sunday (Apr. 29).

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BMILLER RACING ROAD TRIP: RENO’S TRACTION RACEWAY

Nine members of the BMiller Racing team recently piled into two vehicles and made the trek East on Interstate 80 to Reno for a night of racing at Traction Raceway as well as some post-race team fun in “The Biggest Little City in the World.”

Nearly 80 racers turned out for the Friday night club event, ranging from enthusiastic beginners to some of the most talented drivers in the Northern Nevada area. The folks at Traction ran an efficient two round, 13-heat program with eight-minute A mains, and the Read More

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