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- Jun 25, 2021 Serpent Medius X20FWD '21 carbon is shipping!! X20FWD ’21 improves on the very successful X20FWD touring car.
- Jun 9, 2021 Alessio Mazzeo wins 1/10 AMCI Italian Championship!!! Setup can be found here:
- May 31, 2021 Jose Almonte joins Serpent factory team!!! We are delighted to announce the joining of Jose Almonte to the Serpent Team!
- Apr 16, 2021 Serpent team driver Stick King with his Serpent X20 Fwd Serpent team driver Stick King with his Serpent X20 Fwd
- Apr 16, 2021 Serpent Spyder SRX4 Gen3 is shipping!!! 10 years ago, we started the journey into the development of a belt driven 1:10 4wd offroad car, with the intent to revolutionize the market. The original SRX-4 was born, although it was a good car, it had its short comings. Since that time we have continued to develop, test, design and re-designed it behind the scenes in our secret lab. It had to be easier than any car of its kind to work on, handle with precision and ease, be maintenance friendly, and share more parts across the 1:10 categories we compete in. Aside from those targeted positives it also needed to be better than any 4wd car in performance we have created to date. Foresight was key factor, when the SRX-2 Gen3 was being born, we already had a good understanding how to craft together from its DNA the ultimate 4wd version. The two cars had to be worked on in tandem to make sure it was possible to reach the goals we had set forth. The SRX-4 Gen 3 shares over 50% of its SRX-2 Gen3 relative, an accomplishment we are quite proud of. This was really important as we didn’t want customers to have to purchase a significant amount of new parts just to operate two cars. Lowering operational costs is always a positive thing, and there is no doubt we have managed to achieve this goal. The SRX-4 Gen3 is a belt driven masterpiece, when evolution becomes the revolution.
The 1/10 FWD race was held at TRC HK last weekend. The race was postponed twice due to pandemic but it didn’t affect the racers’ enthusiasm and there were over 100 participants who took part in the race.
Serpent team driver Stick King with his Serpent X20 Fwd, finished strong and brought home the TQ and win. Stick King took the first and fourth round of the qualifyers to secure the TQ spot.
He won the first final without any challenge but a different story in the second final. Senna took the win in the second final as Stick King had a mistake. In the deciding final, Stick King was leading from start to finish and that brought him the overall victory.
Other Serpent drivers Chee and Kelvin Hu, who are famous GP drivers in HK, also had a solid race. Chee finished fifth and Kelvin just missed the podium in the B main.