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Martin Wheeler siegt in Formula Blue auf Mansell Raceway. Nächste Station Buckmore Park.

Sonntag, August 24th, 2014
  • BEBA Race Runner BBB TAB und BEBA Wet Runner TAB in UK im Einsatz

NKRA SOUTHERN CHAMPIONSHIP – ROUND 4 MANSELL RACEWAY 29th JUNE 2014
The NKRA Southern championship arrived at Mansell Raceway for Round 4 of the championship bringing a welcome boost to the grids and the prospect of some exciting racing with the return of the Formula Blue classes for the second month in a row.
In the Junior Blue class, Taylor Waldron took first blood to boost his championship hopes keeping the current leader, Luke Lattimer in second. Novice driver, Oliver Massarella, was putting in a strong drive to finish third ahead of fellow novice, Jordan Elcock. Heat 2 and Lattimer was back on top with Waldron having to settle for second place. Massarella continued to dominate the battle of the novices leading Elcock home for the second time. In heat 3 and it was that man, Lattimer again showing the rest how it was done and why he is leading the championship. Massarella had a storming drive to take second in class after Waldron suffered a mechanical failure and stopped on lap 7. Elcock was happy to take third in class.
In the final Lattimer continued his dominance of the class to take the win from Waldron, Massarella made it 4 from 4 in the battle between the two novices with Elcock settling for fourth but still getting some valuable points.
Last out were the big boys and from the off the usual protagonists were out to make their mark. Straight out the starting blocks were Duncan McLeod, Martin Wheeler , Ian Branfield and Chris Derrick. No quarter was asked and none given as McLeod and Wheeler quickly set about getting to the front with both drivers swapping the lead until a Mcleod was victim to a robust move going into the complex by Branfield which dropped both drivers down the order and allowed Wheeler to get out front and take the win. Chris Derrick also benefitted as well to take second with Branfield and McLeod salvaging third and fourth respectively. In heat 2 it was that man Wheeler out front again as he traded the lead with Branfield who was on fresh rears having suffered from disintegrating tyres in heat one. Wheeler waited until the last lap to spring his trap and battled past Branfield to take the win. Branfield was second with McLeod third and Derrick fourth. Heat 3 and it was Branfields time to shine as he battled from 5th on the grid to take the lead from McLeod on lap 5. Behind them Wheeler was carving his way through the field but had to settle for third as the clocked ticked down to zero.
With Wheeler on pole for the final and Mcleod next to him it was a case of who blinks first going into the first corner. Wheeler kept his eyes wide open and came out in the lead with Mcleod slotting in behind him. Branfield kept a watching brief before challenging McLeod for second place which he took on lap 10 as his tyres came on and he then set about reeling Wheeler in. It only took another 3 laps for him to catch and pass Wheeler, who, with a lap to go, had no answer to Branfields pace. Branfield crossed the line ahead of Wheeler, with Mcleod in third. However, the drama didn’t stop there as both Branfield and Mcleod were stripped of their positions after failing scrutineering checks. This elevated Wheeler to first and a surprised Derrick to second. Kevin Ford was promoted to third.
All in all it was a great weekends racing for the NKRA drivers and if proof was needed as to why this is an exciting championship to be part of then it was on show at Mansell Raceway. With the next round being held at Buckmore Park, it will certainly be a shorter journey for at least a few drivers !
RESULTS

JUNIOR BLUE
1 Luke Lattimer 0 pts
2 Taylor Waldron 4 pts
FORMULA BLUE
1 Martin Wheeler 0 pts
2 Chris Derrick 6 pts
3= Russell O’Neill 10 pts
3= Matt Parr 10 pts
BLUE MASTER
1 Chris Derrick 10 pts
2 Kevin Ford 11 pts
3 Rob Mortimore 15 pts
BLUE VETERAN
1 Kevin Ford 11 pts
2 David Goode 17 pts
BLUE LEGEND
1 David Goode 17 pts

BLUE TOP WEIGHT
1 Rob Mortimore 15 pts
2 Ron Shone 21 pts

BEBA Intermediate Runner eVersion stürmen auf’s Podest bei internationaler Dirt Track eboard Meisterschaft in Hassloch. Franzose Toma Latreuille siegt.

Sonntag, August 24th, 2014
  • ebaords mit BEBA Intermediate Runner eVersion wieder vorn
  • Franzose Toma Latreuille ganz oben auf dem Treppchen
  • Felix Wolke und Kai Hauser sind die deutschen Spitzenfahrer

Das war ein „Mega geiles“ Wochenende hier in Hassloch im Dirt Track Parcurs. Völlig aus dem Häuschen war der Franzose Toma Latreuille, denn er siegte auf dem sehr schweren Dirt Trackkurs in Hassloch bei der internationalen deutschen Dirt Track eboard Meisterschaft 2014. Die deutschen Spitzenfahrer Felix Wolke und Kai Hauser landeten auf dem Silber,- bzw. Bronzerang. Die ganz speziell für diese elekto boards entwickelten BEBA Reifen – Intermediate eVersion – konnten wieder eindrucksvoll ihre außergewöhnlichen Fähigkeiten demonstrieren.

 

Theo Hedderich bei Junioren eBoardern ebenfalls auf BEBA Intermediate Runner eVersion ganz vorn.

Dienstag, August 5th, 2014

Theo Hedderich aus Tomesch setzte bei der Deutschen eBoard Off Road Meisterschaft der Junioren ebenso wie sein „Stallgefährte“ von elektro-skateboard.de – Felix Wolke – bei den Senioren, auf ein High End eBoard der Tuningstation Wächtersbach. Die Entscheidung für dieses eBoard welches ebenfalls mit den BEBA Intermediate eVersion Reifen ausgerüstet war sollte sich am Ende als die Richtige herrausstellen. In einem teils hochdramatischen Wettkampf waren es am Ende 4 Zentel Sekunden die den Ausschlag für Theo Hedderich gaben. Der optimale Rollwiderstand dieser Reifen hat den Ausschag gegeben, ist er sich sicher. Auf den Flachpassagen des 500 Meter Rundkurses habe ich mit dem fast 50 km/h schnellen eBoard den Vorsprung eingefahren, jubelte Hedderich.

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Theo Hedderich (Deutscher Junioren Meister 2014 bei den eBoardern Off Road) mit seinem Winner eBoard.

Deutsche Off Road eboard Meisterschaft 2014: Felix Wolke holt den Titel auf BEBA Intermediate eVersion !

Donnerstag, Juli 31st, 2014

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Das ist der Hammer, so Helge Brückner „Mr. Construct“ (elektro-skateboard.de Tuning Station Wächtersbach). Felix Wolke, Deutscher Meister 2014 im Off Road eboarding, damit hätten wir in den kühnsten Träumen nicht gerechnet. Felix Wolke hatte den schweren Off Road Kurs an der Waldbühne in Hamburg-Norderstedt mit seinem von ihm in mühevoller Kleinarbeit Reglementskonform getunten Board am schnellsten und sichersten mehrfach durchfahren und sicherte sich den Titel mit deutlichem Abstand vor der gesamten Konkurenz. Einen gehörigen Teil beigetragen haben die neu entwickelten Reifen von BEBA so Brückner. Der neue BEBA Intermediate Runner eVersion glänzte vor allen in den schwierigen Off Road Passagen durch seine super Tracktion. Die genialen Rollwiderstandswerte des Reifens verhalfen Felix Wolke auf den Flachpassagen den Vorsprung aus den schweren Geländestücken nicht nur zu sichern sondern noch weiter auszubauen. Das umrüsten des eBoards auf die neuen BEBA Reifen hat sich ausgezahlt. Jetzt gilt es die Konzentration hoch zu halten, denn Mitte August steht das nächste Highlight ins Haus. In Hassloch finden die Internationalen Meisterschaften der Offroad eBoarder statt und spätestens seit seinem genialen Ritt über den Kurs an der Hamburger Waldbühne zählt Felix Wolke mit seinem eOffroad Board zu den Top Favoriten.

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Formula Blue in U.K. Race Report May 2014 – Mansell Raceway

Samstag, Juni 14th, 2014

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Formula Blue Race Report May 2014
After a very damp practice Saturday at Mansell Raceway, race day was looking to be a drier affair and that is how it turned out with the circuit dry enough for slicks as the Formula Blue grid took to the track for their 3 lap warm up. 18 drivers in the senior class and 4 in the junior class were all set to contest the latest round of the 2014 Formula Blue Challenge.
Heat one saw current O plate holder and pole man, Martin Wheeler, get off to a fantastic start to the day with an untroubled lights to flag win. Behind him it was Duncan Mcleod and Ian Branfield battling it out for second spot. Mcleod launched himself from 9th on the grid to get up into second ahead of Branfield by lap 2 but Branfield was not about to give up and managed to squeeze past a lap later to regain the place. On lap 5 the positions were once again reversed as Mcleod got past Branfield and this time managed to make it stick putting a very small gap between himself and Branfield to cross the line 0.3 of a second ahead of him. Chris Derrick was in fourth with Wheeler claiming the fastest lap with a 50.26 on lap 6.
Heat 2 and a first corner scuffle caused a small drama but it was Chris Derrick who benefitted coming through from 6th on the grid to take the lead as pole lady, Katie Helps tumbled down the rankings. Also on the move were Wheeler and Mcleod with the pair scything through the pack to 5th and 6th respectively by the start of lap 2. It was Wheeler who was the most clinical as he made up places on consecutive laps to find himself in third by lap 4 and from there he set about hunting down Derrick. Mcleod, caught up in traffic, nevertheless found himself coming through into third by the start of lap 5. Out front, Wheeler was reeling in Derrick and got past him on lap 7 going on to take the flag by 2.6 seconds and recording his second fastest lap of day with a 49.7. Derrick held on to second with Mcleod coming through in third some 3 seconds behind him. Branfield was fourth.
If heat 2 was a demonstration of Wheelers clinical ability to get through traffic, then the Cornishman from Wadebridge put on a masterclass in heat 3! From the back of the grid in 17th place by the end of lap 1 he was up into 8th place. Out front, Sam Dible had got past a charging Mcleod to take the lead, forcing Mcleod to slot in behind and keep tabs on the young driver for a couple of laps before regaining the lead on lap 3. By the end of lap 2 Ian Branfield, in fourth, had company in the shape of championship leader, Wheeler, who cruised up behind him on lap 7 and then relieved him of third place on lap 8. Wheeler then set about Dible, dispatching him on the next lap with Branfield following him through to demote Dible to fourth. Up front it was now a battle between Wheeler and Mcleod as the gap between the lead pair reduced and Wheeler got on to the bumper of Mcleod. On lap 10, Wheeler was through and Mcleod had to settle for second with Branfield securing third with Dible fourth. It was a stunning drive by Wheeler who collected his third fastest lap of the day with a 49.5.
The Grid for the final was a true reflection of the competitiveness of this class as Wheeler and Mcleod filled the front row with Branfield and Dible behind. The only usual suspect missing was Chris Derrick who having not started heat 3 was unable to start the final. At lights out, Wheeler was away with Mcleod and Branfield right behind him. Dible had a poor start dropping to 6th before fighting his way back to fourth on lap 7. Out front Wheeler and Mcleod pulled away from Branfield and whilst Mcleod had the pace he just couldn’t find a way past Wheeler who capped off a perfect day by taking the chequered flag for the fourth time. Mcleod had kept him honest and his fastest lap of a 49.5 was scant reward for his efforts. Branfield was third and Dible fourth.
In the Junior Blue class, despite there only being 4 entries, with two of them being novices, the racing was equally good to watch with the class mixed in with the DKRC Minimax grid.
Heat one and Luke Lattimer took the flag recording a 53.1 but closer examination of the timing sheet showed that second placed driver, Thomas Massarella, who despite being a novice was quicker with a 53.06. This was going to be interesting to watch. Jordan Elcock, also on his novice plates was third with a 57.3 with Taylor Waldron failing to finish the race.
Heat 2 saw Waldron dropped at the start as Lattimer and Massarella muscled their way through to relegate him into third. Lattimer kept the novice driver behind him until lap 10 when a great passing move saw Massarella get through to take the place off him and hold it to be the first Junior Blue over the line. Lattimer was second with Waldron third.
Heat 3 was a straight battle between Lattimer and Massarella with the more experienced driver holding on to the lead for the first 9 laps. However, on lap 10, Massarella struck and once again found himself out front in the class race. It was a confident drive and evidence that this is a competitive class across all levels of experience. Massarella took his second heat win, with Latttimer second and Waldron third.
With his confidence sky high, Massarella made the most of his class grid position and made sure that once out front he would stay there. Despite a strong drive by Lattimer, he just didn’t have the grunt to find a way past the novice who duly went on to take the class win with Lattimer having to settle for second. Elcock put in a stunning drive to make it 2 novices on the podium by taking third.
Overall, it was a great demonstration across both classes, both senior and junior that the racing is close, competitive and cost effective. With the NKRA round at Mansell Raceway next month, there will be plenty more action when these drivers return to do battle once more.

Formula Blue in U.K. Race Report April 2014

Samstag, Juni 14th, 2014

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Junior & Formula blue ‘0’ Plate 2014

Following on from the past two years where the ‘0’ Plate Championship was rained off at Mansell and snow affected at Three Sisters, it came as a welcome surprise when the 2014 meeting at the Clay Pigeon Raceway, was held in the best of conditions. Sunny and 18 degrees ! All the previous winners were present with the exception of Martyn Morris (not defending his title) and Steve Barlow ( on a North Sea Oil Rig !) Ross Adamson, last year’s Junior Blue Champion, had since moved up into Senior and was attempting to win the two titles back to back.

JUNIOR BLUE

Jake Calvert, new boy to Junior Blue, laid down his intent from the word go winning heat 1. Chasing him home were Luke Lattimer and Nathan Wells. A repeat performance in heat 2, with a clear wins for Calvert from Lattimer, though this time with Taylor Waldron taking 3rd spot. The 3rd heat was a photo copy of the 2nd, Calvert clear in front from Lattimer and Waldron.

The grid for the Final had Calvert, by virtue of his 3 heat wins, on pole and Lattimer alongside. The second row was taken up by Waldron and Wells. From the green light Calvert shot off into the lead followed by Lattimer and Waldron. Calvert continued throughout the 21 lap Final to extend his lead to the flag, taking a convincing win and the ‘0’ Plate title! Behind, Lattimer suffered a bent axle whilst trying to negotiate another driver who had spun in front and was forced to retire. This opened the door for Waldron and Thomas Massarella to race for the runner-up spot. It was Waldron who clinched it. The consolation for Massarella was in being awarded the best Novice trophy.

RESULTS

JUNIOR BLUE
1st Jake Calvert 0 + 0 = 0
2nd Taylor Waldron 3 + 2 = 5
3rd Luke Lattimer 2 + 5 = 7

FORMULA BLUE

The Large number of participating racers would require an extra Heat and a ‘B’ Final. As such it would, throughout the day, be important not to squander points, for what ever reason, but involvement in the ‘B’ Final became necessary.
Heat 1 and Martin Wheeler showed his intent by winning from the front row and setting the fastest lap in the process. 2nd was Stuart Gray having started form the second row with Duncan McLeod in 3rd. The chargers in this opening heat were Douglas Simpson reaching 4th from a 19th start place. Ian Bran field having started in 23rd made it forward to 14th. Chris Derrick made up 8 places from 15th to 7th. James Rees incurred a 5 place penalty for a start line infringement and Grahame Dudley was excluded for a driving misdemeanour.
Heat 2 was a clear win for Ross Adamson from the front row, with Rees and Keith Wilson chasing him home, albeit a couple of seconds adrift. Drivers making their presence felt, despite starting further back was Wheeler moving up from 23rd to finish 7th and Sam Dible climbing up to 11th from 21st.
Heat 3 saw another Heat win from Wheeler, once again setting fastest lap in the process. This time it was Rees and Chris Derrick taking up 2nd and 3rd finish places. Top charger was Adamson starting in 19th spot and reaching 6th place. Behind, Duncan McLeod moved up to 8th from 16th and Gray up to 10th form 18th.
Heat 4 had Simpson showing his racing skills winning from a grid 11 start place. Equally dominant was McLeod who finished 2nd having started in 12th spot. Not wanting to be outdone, Chris Derrick charged forward from 20th place to finish 6th.

With the completion of the heats the grids for both ‘A’ & ‘B’ Finals soon became apparent. Missing out by only 1 point Robert Dudley and Russell O’Neill shared the front row of the ‘B’ Final. Behind these two Robin Stoddart-Stones and Andrew Greenway made up the 2nd row. The fist four would qualify on to the rear of the ‘A’ Final so the race would eventually come down to finishing 4th or higher. From the green lights Dudley took the lead from O’Neill, by the end of lap 1 Rob Mortimore had moved past Greenway and Stoddard-Stones to take up 3rd place. Lap 2 and Stoddart-Stones had retaken 3rd position. Further back, Elis Jackson who had suffered terrible heats, was making his move and was up to 5th. Jackson continued his pressure first taking Mortimore and then Stoddart-Stones. On the half-distance mark Jackson passed O’Neill for 2nd spot whilst behind, the race for the all important spot was raging on. Rob Mortimore displaced Stoddart-Stones for 4th position. Next lap, however, Stoddart Stones tried an optimistic move and Mortimore who, unfortunately threw a chain in the resulting contact thus eliminating him from the rest of the race. On lap 9 Jackson took the lead which he held to the end. Behind, Stoddart-Stones accounted for both O’Neill and Dudley to claim 2nd place. The qualifiers, therefore, were Jackson, Stoddart-Stones, Dudley and O’Neill who now refuelled and joined the back of the ‘A’ Final.

In the ‘A’ Final itself, Wheeler had qualified for Pole Position, with Simpson alongside. On the 2nd row sat McLeod and Gray with the 3rd row holding Adamson (last year’s Junior Blue ‘0’ Plate winner) and the current No.1, Derrick.

After several rolling laps, ensuring a correct formation lap, the light changed. Wheeler had no intention of wasting his Pole position and took an immediate lead followed by Simpson, McLeod, Gray and Adamson. During the opening laps Wheeler established clear air between himself and the chasing pack. Behind him the racing was tight, Gray forced past McLeod with a ‘little’ contact which in turn allowed Adamson to follow through. Branfield out braked Foreman for 12th place and Jackson slid past David Goode for 20th spot. By lap 6 Wheeler was now clear at the front with Simpson leading the chasing group. Adamson and Rees accounted for Gray and set their sights on Simpson. Branfield moved up to 11th, passing Dible. Wilson out dragged both Ford and Foreman to sit on Branfield’s ‘tail’. Further back Stoddart-Stones, in a bold move slid inside Kaite Helps. On the half distance mark, Adamson, who had been pressurising Simpson, made his move and slid up into 2nd place. Wheeler, by now was some 3 seconds in front. Further back Ford passed Foreman for 13th place and Jackson claimed 19th spot from Kaite Helps. A tiring Ron Shone was passed by both his daughter Serita and Matt Parr.

On lap 11 Gray retook Rees for 4th. Once lap later and Derrick muscled past McLeod. Scott Keenan came to a halt, trackside, vacating 9th place and promoting the rest of the grid. Although the pace continued on furiously, the main player had, by now, achieved their position in the race. Wilson did however manage to account for Dible and take 10th place and Jackson passed Parr for 15th spot.

Into the last 3 laps of this 21 lap ‘A’ Final and Wheeler, some 6 seconds clear at the front, cruised home to an emphatic win. Adamson raced on to 2nd place, beating Rees by a second with Gray in 4th . A last lap move by Derrick say him passing Simpson, the pair then finished 5th and 6th. McLeod, Brotherwood and Wilson completed the ‘Top Ten’. Little changed in the second group of the ‘A’ Finalists, with Serita Shone holding off the attentions of Elis Jackson and Stoddart-Stones maintaining her position from Ron Shone.

The action didn’t end there ! Simpson was docked 5 places for a start line infringement dropping his position down to 10th place and Rees was excluded for a non-compliant carburettor.

The Final outcome gave a clear a decisive win and the National ‘0’ plate title to Martin Wheeler. 2nd overall was Ross Adamson who, having won the Junior ‘0’ plate last year came close to a back to back title win. Stuart Gray came 3rd taking the Master and Veteran titles at the same time. Further back in 16th place Ron Shone claimed the Legend title, whilst Duncan McLeod in 4th place won the Top Weight section.

RESULTS

FORMULA BLUE
1st Martin Wheeler 0 + 0 = 0
2nd Ross Adamson 5 + 2 = 7
3rd Stuart Gray 4 + 3 = 7
4th Duncan McLeod 3 + 5 = 8
5th Chris Derrick 6 + 4 = 10
6th Douglas Simpson 2 + 10 = 12
7th Robin Brotherwood 8 + 6 = 14
8th Ian Branfield 12 + 7 = 19

BLUE MASTER
1st Stuart Gray 4 + 3 = 7
2nd Duncan McLeod 3 + 5 = 8
3rd Chris Derrick 6 + 4 = 10

BLUE VETERAN
1st Stuart Gray 4 + 3 = 7
2nd Kevin Ford 10 + 12 = 22

 

BLUE LEGEND
1st Ron Shone 15 + 17 = 32

BLUE TOP WIGHT
1st Duncan McLeod 3 + 5 = 8
2nd Douglas Simpson 2 + 10 = 12
3rd Ian Branfield 12 + 7 = 19

Formula Blue in U.K. drive the next 3 years with BEBA Race Runner BBB TAB and with the BEBA Rain tyre Wet Runner TAB

Samstag, Juni 14th, 2014

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S & B Automotive Academy Blue Challenge
Round 1 at Clay Pigeon 9th March 2014
After the preceding winter’s terrible rain and associated floods, racers attending the
opening S & B Blue Challenge round were treated to a superb race day in lovely
sunshine. This would be the south’s first race on the newly homologated BEBA tyres
and the overwhelming feed back was positive with no adverse comments. Indeed a
few drivers raced on tyres purchase earlier upon which many practice laps had been
achieved!
In the Junior Blue class the small grid saw Luke Lattimer gradually asserting his
authority by winning all 3 heats and putting himself on P1 for the Final. Nathan
Wells, winner of the opening Northern round and racing at Clay to get some track
time before the ‘0’ plate, sat on P2 following 2 x 2nd places and a 4th place in the
heats. In the Final Lattimer continued in a positive form establishing an early lead.
Revelation of the day was Thomas Massarella. On this, his first competitive race in
Junior Blue he moved into 2nd spot where he stayed until the flag. Try as he might,
Nathan Wells could not narrow the gap behind Massarella and he finished 3rd just
over a second adrift. By the time of the chequered flag, Lattimer had established a 9
second lead and laid down his marker for the rest of the year !
In the Formula Blue Senior Class, the largest senior grid of the day, all of the
previous years’ front runners were present, plus new boys James Rees and the father
and son duo of Mark and Toby Cook. With this number of racers the heats would
be very important in establishing the all important grid positions for the Final. Heat
1 was won by Ian Branfield from the reigning No.1 Chris Derrick, and then Kevin
Ford. Drivers charging forward included Keith Wilson and James Rees and Mark
Cook. On to heat 2, where Martin Wheeler won in dominant style from Wilson and
Sam Dible. The chargers this time were Branfied, Derrick and Rees. Heat 3 and this
time it was new boy Rees to show his potential with a clear win though he was being
chased down by Martin Wheeler, who finished 2nd from Sam Dible. Not far behind
was Duncan McLeod having forged forwards from absolute last.
The grid for the final had Dible on P1 with Rees opposite on the front row P 2.
Behind were Branfield and Wilson with Chris Derrick and Kevin Ford taking up
Row 3.
It didn’t take long for Branfield to move into the lead where he stayed to the flag in a
faultless display of precision racing. Wheeler and McLeod tangled with drivers in
an opening lap melee and then spent the rest of the race passing drives concentrating
on damage limitation. 2nd was Derrick with Wilson ‘locked’ on to his rear bumper !
3 seconds behind came Dible and Rees. The chargers in the Final were Robert
Dudley finishing 14th from absolute last and Ron Shone crossing the line 10th from a
16th start position.
The challenge now moves on to the Whilton Mill circuit, with Ian Branfield firmly
in the lead on 3 points with Dible close behind on 4 points. By virtue of also being a
Top Weight, Branfield has established a notable lead over Ford who ended the day
on 12 points. Chris Derrick ( on 7 points) heads the Masters section from Ford, who
in turn lead the Veteran group from Ron Shone ( 26 points). Finally, Shone fronts
the legend racers with Robin Stoddart-Stones in 2nd on 34 points.
RESULTS
Junior Blue
1st Luke Lattimer 0 + 0 = 0
Formula Blue
1st Ian Branfiled 3 + 0 = 3
2nd Sam Dible 0 + 4 = 4
3rd = Chris Derrick 4 + 3 = 7
James Rees 2 + 5 = 7
Keith Wilson 5 + 2 = 7
6th Kevin Ford 6 + 6 = 12
Blue Master
1st Chris Derrick 4 + 3 = 7
2nd Kevin Ford 6 + 6 = 12
3rd Duncan McLeod 10 + 9 = 19
Blue Veteran
1st Kevin Ford 6 + 6 = 12
2nd Ron Shone 16 + 10 = 26
Blue Legend
1st Ron Shone 16 + 10 = 26
Blue Top Weight
1st Ian Branfield 3 + 0 = 3
2nd Kevin Ford 6 + 6 = 12
3rd Duncan McLeod 10 + 9 = 19

Der neue BEBA Helm FP1 ist da – Jetzt Top Angebot – nur 99 Euro !

Montag, Juni 9th, 2014

Der neue BEBA Helm FP 1 ist da. BEBA hält ein Top Angebot bereit. Der BEBA FP 1 den es nur in der Farbe matt schwarz gibt, kostet  – nur 99,00 Euro – . Dieser neue Helm der mit seiner ECE 22-05 Zertifikation auch für den Motorradsport und für den öffentlichen Straßenverkehr zugelassen ist, kann mit einem dunklen Visier (21 Euro) ergänzt werden. Der Helm ist in allen Größen verfügbar. Anfragen und Bestellungen nehmen wir unter unserer bekannten Mailadresse: info@beba-karttires.com an.

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Kart Slalom Saison 2014 – Vorläufe zur Deutschen Meisterschaft und zum ADAC BEL laufen auf Hochtouren.

Montag, Juni 9th, 2014

In allen ADAC Gauen laufen aktuell die Qualifikationsläufe zur Deutschen Meisterschaft in Suhl, dem ADAC Bundesendlauf in Völklingen sowie den jeweiligen Regionalmeisterschaften auf Hochtouren. Gefahren wird auch in diesen Jahr wieder zum überwiegenden Teil auf den bewährten BEBA Slalom Runner als Slick Reifen und de BEBA Intermediate Runner als den Multifunktionsreifen für alle Wetterlagen. Sehr häufig kam in diesen Frühjahr schon der BEBA Wet Runner als klassischer Regenreifen zum Einsatz.

Hier einige Impressionen:

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Neue BEBA Racereifengeneration 2014 bis 2016 – Prime,Option und Rain

Sonntag, Dezember 29th, 2013

BCB und BCC

Pünktlich zum Jahreswechsel und zum Start der neuen CIK Homologationsphase, 2014 bis 2016, stellt BEBA seine neue Racereifengeneration vor. Das Flaggschiff der BEBA Race Reifen Flotte ist nun in der Königs-Kategorie „Prime“  der neue BEBA Race Runner BCB (medium). Auch in der Kategorie „Option“ ist BEBA in der neuen Homologationsphase mit dem neuen BEBA Race Runner BCC (hard) vertreten. Abgerundet wird die neue BEBA Racereifengeneration durch den neuen Regenreifen BEBA Rain Runner.

Weiterhin im Produktionsprogramm verbleiben die erfolgreichen BEBA Race Runner BAB und der BEBA Race Runner BBB (beide medium, Kategorie Prime). Der BEBA Race Runner BAS (hard), als zusätzliche Variante in der Kategorie Option, und der BEBA Wet Runner als Alternative im klassischen Regenreifensegment sind ebenfalls in der Angebotspalette 2014 bis 2016 zu finden. Im BEBA Programm 2014 bis 2016 zu finden ist auch der bewährte Intermediate Reifen, BEBA Intermediate Runner.

Im Slalom Segment setzt BEBA auf den bewährten BEBA Slalom Runner. Auch die Alternative mit mehr Grip für den 9 PS Slalom bleibt erhaten, für diesen Bereich steht weiterhin der BEBA Sportiv Runner bereit. Der BEBA Intermediate Runner sowie der BEBA Wet Runner sind die Wahlmöglichkeiten für das Schlechtwettersegment beim Slalom.

Seinen im Jahr 2013 erfolgreich angetretenen Weg wird im Elektrokartbereich die Weltneuheit 2013, der BEBA Sportiv eVersion, fortsetzen. Dieser Speziell für das Elektrokartsegment entwickelte Reifen erfüllt alle Erwartungen dieses Kartsportsegments.

Abgerundet wird das komplette BEBA Kartreifenprogramm durch die vielfältigen Möglichkeiten im Leihkartbereich (Rental). Gleich 4 Mischungsvarianten stehen den In,- und Outdoorkartbahnen zur Verfügung. Alle Reifentypen sind untereinander, je nach Bedarf, kombinierbar. Die Bandbreite der Möglichkeiten erstreckt sich vom BEBA Race Runner BAZ (hard, 72 Shore – rote Kennzeichnung) über den BEBA Long Runner (mittelhard, 68 Shore – weiße Kennzeichnung) den BEBA Sportiv Runner (62 Shore, grüne Kennzeichnung) bis hin zum BEBA Race Runner BAS (58 Shore, blaue Kennzeichnung).

Linde Stapler Cup 2014. Andy Wolf stellt BEBA Sportiv eVersion auf Linde E1 Weltrekordkart 12000 Zuschauern vor.

Donnerstag, November 28th, 2013

12.000 begeisterte Zuschauer, Deutschland holt den Internationalen Titel zurück, Shary Reeves („Wissen macht Ah!“ – Modoratorin) zu Gast, DTM-Pilot Miguel Molina macht Staplerführerschein und Andy Wolf stellt den neuen Elektro Kartreifen BEBA Sportiv eVersion auf dem Linde E1 Weltrekordkart vor – das waren einige der Highlights beim diesjährigen Finale um den Linde Stapler Cup. Hier einige Impressionen:

Linde 04

Linde 05

 

Linde 06

Linde 02

Linde 03

Linde 07

Linde 01

Linde 08

 

GTC – Saison 2014 – weiterhin mit BEBA Kartreifen

Mittwoch, November 27th, 2013

GTC Sieger 2013  Templin Start

Kaum ist die Saison in der GTC (German Team Championchip) – Deutsche Langstrecken Team Meisterschaft – zu Ende gegangen richtet sich der Blick von Chef Organisator Frank Jelinski und seinem Orga Team schon wieder voraus ins Jahr 2014. Alle Vorbereitungen laufen auf Hochtouren. Nahezu 40 Teams sind schon, zu diesem frühen Zeitpunkt,  fest eingeschrieben für die neue Saison2014. Das ist Rekord.

Der Terminplan steht:

29/30.03.14  Testtage/Meisterehrung und 2 Std. Rennen – Hahn/Hunsrück
03/04.05.14   Rennen 1 – 12 Std. geteilt, Hahn /Hunsrück
31.05./01.06.14  Rennen 2 – 12 Std. in die Nacht, Templin
28/29.06.14  Rennen 3- Super Race Weekend 4x3Std., Oppenrod
26/27.07.14  Rennen 4- 9 Std. Cheb (evtl. Modustausch mit Oppenrod)
06/07.09.14   Rennen 5- Bavarian 24 Std., Wackersdorf
11/12.10.14  Rennen 6 – Finale 12 Std. geteilt, Wittgenborn

Mit welchen Reifen gefahren wird steht ebenfalls fest. Zum Einsatz kommen 2014 wieder die bewährten Kartreifen von BEBA.

Slick: BEBA Sportiv Runner

Regen: BEBA Intermediate Runner

Auf der Beiratstagung wurde beschlossen in der Saison 2014 den langlebigen reinrassigen Regenreifen aus dem  BEBA Programm – Wet Runner – auf GTC  Tauglichkeit zu prüfen.

Das Reglement im Bereich Motoren,- und Rennorganisation wurde auf der Beiratstagung erörtert und entsprechend angepasst.

Das offizielle Reglement ist bereits in den nächsten Tagen fertig und geht zur Genehmigung, freut sich Frank Jelinski.

Natürlich geht es auch in der Saison 2014 wieder um den BEBA Cup 2014 in der GTC. Titelverteidiger ist das Team Sensory Minds GP aus Offenbach.

 

 

ISYKO Kartracing siegt beim Langstrecken Saisonfinale auf Mallorca mit BEBA Long Runner !

Sonntag, November 24th, 2013

ISYKO Kartracing heist der große Sieger beim Saisonfinale 2013 der Langstrecken Racer auf Mallorca. Dem Team aus Wipperfürth gelang mit einer Glanzleistung der Triumph beim 12 Stunden Finale. Hocherfreut zeigte sich auch Chef – Organisator Paul Dravenau aus Berlin. Ein volles Starterfeld, super Wetter, gute Stimmung und zum Teil hochklassiger Motorsport mit allem was dazugehört. Das Orga Team um Paul Dravenau hatte in der Vorbereitungsphase wieder alle Hände voll zu tun um wieder alles so perfekt wie möglich vorzubereiten. Sie vertrauten wieder auf die schon beim 24 Stunden Klassiker im Frühjahr erfolgreich eingesetzten BEBA Kartreifen. Sie wurden bestätigt in ihrer Endscheidung, auch diesmal wieder lief alles glatt, zu vollsten Zufiedenheit aller gestarteten Teams. Auf ein Neues in 2014. Sowohl für das 24 Stunden Jahreshighlight und das 12 Stunden Saisonfinale meldet Paul Dravenau schon jetzt volle Starterfelder.

Hier einige Impressionen:

 

12-std-von-mallorca-2013 Sieger

Das Siegerteam ISYKO Kartracing

Malle 11

Die Nacht vor dem Showdown.

 

12 Stunden Malle Start

Start des 12 Stundenfinals in Can Picafort

12 Stunden Malle 1 12 Stunden Malle 2 Tanken

Auf der Strecke und an der Tankbox, ISYKO diesmal hatte alles im Griff

 

12 Stunden Malle 3 Nacht 12 Stunden Malle 4 12 Stunden Malle 6 12 Stunden Malle 7

Volle Konzentration auf den Sieg. Diesmal sollte am Ende alles stimmen. Sieg !

Malle 10

Super Kulisse in Can Picafort

 

Neue Helmkollektion 2014 von Marushin ab sofort bei BEBA bestellbar.

Sonntag, November 24th, 2013

Ab sofort ist bei BEBA die neue Helmkollektion 2014 von Marushin bestellbar. Angeführt von dem Ultra Light Helm BEBA 999 (Material X2F) besticht die neue Marushin Kollektion durch die RS 3 Carbon Helme. Aber auch die neue Reihe RS 3 Thunder Modelle sorgt für Aufsehen. Erweitert wurde die 779 ner Biomech Baureihe. Diese Helm Baureihe hat ein integriertes Sonnenvisier. Ebenfalls Zuwachs bekommt die 999 ner Baureihe Start up. Ein Face Lift bekommt die 999 ger Fundo Baureihe. Weiterhin im Programm bleiben die bekannten Baureihen222 (Niark, Graffitti, Sqadron, Mono und Keikan), 111 (XEQTR und Mono), 888 (Shivan und Doragon), 999 Carat und Mono sowie die Klapphelmversion M 409. Alle Helme bestechen durch ihr ungewöhnlich leichtes Gewicht. Mit der Visiervariante Pinlock werden Spitzenpositionen in allen Helmtests erreicht. Alle Helme sind natürlich auch für den normalen Straßenverkehr geeignet. Also auch für alle Motorradfahrer/innen.

Alle Helme habe die neueste ECE 22 05 Norm.

Hier Bilder der neuen Kollektion.

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BEBA 999 RS (Ultra Light) – 249,- €

RS3 Carbon green v-leftRS3 Carbon red v-left

RS 3 Carbon green – 499,90 €      RS 3 Carbon red – 499,90 €

RS3 Carbon silver v-left

RS 3 Carbon silver-499,90 €

779 Biomech white blue v-left779 Biomech white red v-left

779  Biomech white-blue- 269,90 €    779 Biomech white-red-269,90 €

779 Biomech yellow v-left

779 Biomech yellow- 269,90 €

RS3 Tunder green v-left RS3 Thunder blue v-left

RS 3 Thunder green- 379,- €             RS 3 Thunder blue- 379,- €

RS3 Thunder red v-left

RS 3 Thunder red- 379,-€

999 RS Start up white v-left999 RS Start up orange v-left

999 Start up white- 329,90 €                999 Start up orange- 329,90 €

999 RS Start up red v-left

999 Start up red- 329,90 €

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999 Start up black- 329,90 €          999 Start up yellow- 329,90 €

999 RS Fundo white-red v-left999 RS Fundo white-black v-left

999 RS Fundo white red-329,90 €    999 RS Fundo white black-329,90 €

999 RS Fundo white- blue v-left999 RS Fundo black-red v-left

999 RS Fundo white blue- 329,90 €  999 RS Fundo black red- 329,90 €

 

 

Deutschlands Bob Legende Stefan Gaisreiter zu Gast bei der BEBA vor Ort -Sommertour 2013 –

Mittwoch, Juli 24th, 2013
  • Bob WM 2015 in Deutschland in Vorbereitung
  • Stefan Gaisreiter mit organisatorischer Vorbereitung beschäftigt
  • Der ultraleichte BEBA RS 999 Helm rückt in den Fokus der Bobfahrer um Stefan Gaisreiter
  • „Dieser Helm ist hochinteressant für unsere Piloten“  – Jedes Gramm zählt im Eiskanal –
  • Aerodynamik spielt eine große Rolle bei uns – auch diese Eigenschaft hat der BEBA RS 999

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Stefan Geisreiter 4 MSC O 4

Für großes Aufsehen hat am vergangenen Wochenende der Besuch von Deutschlands Bob Legende Stefan Gaisreiter anlässlich der BEBA vor Ort – Sommertour 2013 – gesorgt.  Am BEBA Stand, unterhalb der Zugspitze, informierte sich Stefan Gaisreiter sozusagen aus erster Hand. Die BEBA Crew hatte für den promminenten Gast alle notwendigen Infos zum neuen BEBA RS 999 Helm parat. Gewicht und Sitz spielen auch bei den Helmen im Bobsport eine große Rolle. Die Fliegkräfte sind im Eiskanal enorm, da zählt jedes Gramm, erklärte Gaisreiter den vielen Besuchern. Die vielen jungen Kartfahrer waren beeindruckt ob des Interesses eines so promminenten, geradezu legendären Gasts, am BEBA Stand.

 

Stefan Gaisreiter  Stefan Gaireiter 6

Stefan Gaisreiter der zu Deutschlands legändären Viererbob Quartett mit Wolfgang Zimmerer, Peter Utzschneider und Walter Steinbauer zählt, errang neben der Olympischen Bronze Medallie 1972 in Sapporo zwei Weltmeistertitel, 1969 und 1979 im Vierrerbob. Er aggierte sowohl als Steuermann (1979) als auch als Anschieber (1969) im Bob Deutschland I. Zu seiner Erfolgsgeschichte zählen auch zahlreiche Europa und,- Deutsche Meistertitel sowohl im Vierer,- als auch im Zweierbob. Neben den sportlichen Erfolgen zählt für Stefan Gaisreiter auch das Organisieren zu seinen Steckenpferden. Er engagierte sich u.a. für die Bewerbung Münchens für die Olympischen Winterspiele 2018 . Nun steht bei ihm allerdings die Bob WM 2015 in Deutschland (Winterberg) im Vordergrund seines Interesses und Engagements.

Geisreiter 8 Gaisreiter 7

Hierbei rückt auch der neue ultraleichte BEBA RS 999 Helm in den Fokus seines Interesses. Vielleicht geht da ja was in Richtung WM 2015 – Der BEBA RS 999 Helm ist ein Helm der für den Kart,- und Motorradsport außergewöhnliche Eigenschaften mitbringt, daher ist er für uns Bobfahrer von höchsten Interesse, so Stefan Gaisreiter während seines Besuches am BEBA vor Ort – Sommertour 2013 – Stand. Jedes Gramm zählt im Eiskanal und da passt der ultraleichte BEBA Helm genau in das Portfolio. Auch die Aerodynamik spielt bei den im Bobsport heutzutage eingesetzten Helmen eine endscheidende Rolle. Auch hier passt der BEBA RS 999 genau in das Anforderungsprofil der Bobsportler.

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