How to Win RC Car Races

Many people have passions and causes, and these people are willing to go out of their way to make sure that they end up on top, no matter what the cost.

This is because these causes give these people a purpose and a reason to go on and make more of their lives.

Now one of the things that such people like to do, is to race with RC cars, despite this seemingly not being anything rather great, it is actually a very cut throat sport.

People spend tons of money trying to get the best possible race cars out there, so that their RC ends up winning the race. However, sometimes even this is not enough and these people have to do a little something extra just to get the edge over their opponents, in order to taste victory.

Instructions

  • 1

    Get an RC

    The first step to winning an RC race, is for you to actually go out and buy an RC of your own. If you don’t have an RC, you can’t enlist in the race, and you can’t possibly win it if you aren’t a part of it.

    Hence, you need to get out there and buy the RC of your dreams.

  • 2

    Modify

    Now that you have bought the RC of your dreams and you are ready to go, you need to pop the hood, and add some modifications to the RC. The stock version of every RC is rather good, but it isn’t the best.

    So you can buy a bunch of aftermarket parts, that will add speed, quickness and better handling to your RC.

    These modifications could make or break your international RC racing career, so make sure you don’t put in any illegal parts that aren’t allowed to be used.

    However, if you do use these parts, try to conceal them so that no one else can figure out just what is going on.

  • 3

    Sabotage

    Another way to win the race, is to spend some alone time with your opponents RC, before the race starts.

    This is going to give you a golden opportunity to make something go wrong with their tuning of their car, and hence on race day they might not even be able to finish the race.

    Not many people would suspect you, simply because it’s a big world and accidents tend to happen every now and then.

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