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Hi Just wanted to let everyone know that the MPBA has refreshed its online content. The new website design features include a Forum and User Blog together with one of the most up to date Club Directory and Event Calendars on the web. www.mpba.org.uk The Facebook page has also had a refresh and is a lot more active https://www.facebook.com/mpbauk/
I race IC Multi boats in UK and European competitions. Nearly all the Endurance class (FSR-V) drivers use stick transmitters as the boats require precise sharp turning for the M shape course. However, in both Offshore and Hydro (FSR-H/O) the wheel tx is much more in evidence. Possibly due to the slower response required driving an oval course and the poorer turning of the surface drive boats. In M class (Fast electric), most of the top drivers use wheel tx nowadays. Again a simple triangle course.
Facon 2 with Novarossi Mito 21M, CMB tuned pipe, tanks and running gear by Ian's Boats. First run at Brentwood lake. Running motor in on low nitro. This boat eventually won me the MPBA 2016 National Drivers Championship.
Oudenaarde club are hosting the second iMBRA League event of the season. Vrijdag /Friday 2 Juni/June TRAINING 2PM ( most likely from 2 pm till 5 pm but can change ) , Zaterdag / Saturday 3 Juni/ June QUALIFICATIONS , Zondag/Sunday 4 Juni / June QUALIFICATIONS , Maandag/ Monday 5 Juni/June FINALS
For years we sail model boats in Spaarnwoude. The club is regularly engaged in the organization of competitions, international or nationally. The high speeds are achieved with these boats make the hobby spectacular. Different cc engines reach speeds of 60 to 100 km / h. The most popular classes are 3.5cc, 7.5cc, 15cc and 27cc.
[Score: 5/10] 23"/500g EcoMaster Eco Expert Single Propellor (2 Blade S Type 30mm) Direct Drive to a Tenshock (2 Blade S Type) Powered by LiPoly (11.1v) 5Amp/h Batteries Controlled Through Castle Creations (100Amps) ESC - Comments: 60kmh+ speed. Naviga M class boat
[Score: 10/10] 34"/3000g Falcon 2 Single Propellor (2 Blade S Type 50mm) Geared to a Novarossi Mito 21M (2 Blade S Type) Powered by NiCad (7.2v) Batteries Controlled Through Futaba 10CG ESC - Comments: Speed 60kmh+. 2016 MPBA National Championship winner.
The Brentwood Model Yacht & Powerboat Club was founded on the 1st July 1988, with the main interest being model yachts. In July 2013, on our 25th Anniversary, the club changed its name to the Brentwood Model Boat Club. The new name was brought in to reflect that the clubs diverse association with all types & forms of model boating & not just confined to the yachting & power boat racing. At the end of 2014, the club was split into two separate clubs. This was primarily to allow flexibility to each new club to run things independently, as they see fit, to suit our vastly different lake environments. Both clubs have retained a common name & association with each other, but are now known as Brentwood Model Boat Club (for old Scale Section) & Brentwood Model Yacht & Power Boat Club (for old Power & Yacht Sections).