View Full Version : 3rd Annual R/C X Games, Minnesota

07-17-2007, 10:47 PM
FHF Racing is hosting the 3rd Annual RC X Games over Labor Day weekend, Fri. Aug. 31st thru Mon. Sept. 3rd. in Cambridge, Minn. at the Isanti County Fairgrounds. It's a funfilled weekend dedicated to everthing R/C! We custom build a MONSTER off road track (150ft X 260ft!) Off Road Classes include; Mod Electric truck, 1/10th scale Gas Truck, Monster Truck, Truggy and 1/8th scale Buggies. Sportsman and Pro classes for all vehicles (except Electric). We run a special Powder Puff class just for the ladies, sponsored by Panther Tires. All Ladies signing up in advance will receive a free set of tires for their vehicle and free T-shirt. We have a mini X off road track with rental Mini Ts available. A rock crawling competition, big air contest, last man standing race, the insane Spud Run and on Monday we run a 3 driver endurance race with a 2 hour Main Event! Last year we introduced a small club of R/C airplanes to the show and the crowd loved it. We have plenty of room to grow at the fairgrounds and I would love to see the Aerial show take off this year! So please contact me if you would be interested in helping to promote planes and Helios at this years X Games. We also have a very large pond at the fairgrounds right next to the Off Road Track and I would like to have a few R/C boat race demos this year as well. There is plenty of camping available with elect and water hookups right at the fairgrounds for $20.00 a night. There is also a hotel located 1 mile from the event. Skinny from Xtreme RC Cars will be here covering the event again this year. Last year we had Anna Curtis from the Inside RC cable TV show, you can check out the show in 4 parts on Utube, just do a search for RC X Games. For more info about this years event, check out our website at www.rcxgames.com

Thanks alot, Mike Fisk (612) 267-1664

Ron Olson
07-25-2007, 10:44 AM
I've seen videos of your R/C X Games. Showing off planes and boats can let others see what fun we're having. There's nothing wrong with trying something else for a change as I used to race buggies and trucks and have tried my hand at crashing planes.
Too bad that I don't live closer otherwise I'd be there with a fleet of boats and one to let others drive.

07-25-2007, 11:52 PM
Thanks Tom, I wish you were closer! I spread myself so thin at this event, If I had more time I would go after a fleet of electric boats and run them like I do our Mini-Ts. I have A.M. channels 7 thru 12 reserved just for the Mini-Ts and we rent them out and have fun races for the curious people who have never given it a try and we don't have to worry about about crossing frequencies with our other racers. Last year was our first time doing it, and my friends who were running it were swamped all day! If I could get a fleet of boats and switch between the boats and the Mini-Ts on the same frequencies, we would have time to recharge them while the other was running.