Naoto Matsukura scored his third straight 1/12 World Championship title and an unprecedented 29th World Championship for Reedy at the MACH indoor circuit in Heemstede, The Netherlands.
A Reedy 6500mAh LiPo battery powered Naoto to the pole position where he launched his assault against the worlds top 1/12 racers with a win in main leg one. His main competition came in the form of team mate Andy Moore, who in leg two evened the overall score at one win a piece heading into a decisive leg three. Ultimately, the two drivers tied on points with Naoto leg one time bettering Andy leg two time, giving the young Japanese star his third title in a row.
Always a battery battle, 1/12 racing showcases both drivers and equipment. Reedy LiPo batteries delivered more than enough power and duration to allow both drivers to concentrate on precision driving with no second guessing strong finishing power.
Congratulations to both drivers for their impressive performances and for making it 29 World Championships for the world renowned Reedy brand.