Andrew Knapp takes wins the
1/12th Modified title at
the 2015 U.S. Indoor Champs
Firsching T.Q. and wins World GT-R
Wynn goes back-to-back in F1, win + T.Q.!
Max Buca goes back-to-back in youth division, win + T.Q.!
Andrew "Youngmoney" Knapp takes 1/12th modified!
| Andrew Knapp took his Trinity powered CRC Xti-WC 1/12th car to a convincing victory at the U.S. Indoor Champs. Couple that with a T.Q. in 17.5 and the newlywed had a great weekend!
The grand daddy of all indoor races in North America is the U.S. Indoor Championships (USIC) in Cleveland, OH. This was the 36th running of this prestigious event. Over the recent years, the turnout has been up and down, well off the hay days in the late 80's and early 90's. This year, a great turnout with over 330 entries descending upon the Strongsville, Ohio Holiday Inn. As usual, the race room was the hotel ballroom now fitted with new CRC Fasttrak II (FT2) carpet. In the past, some of the issues of the event centered around a bumpy subfloor and rough track. This year, the floor/track building team knocked it out of the park with a smooth sub-floor and perfect installation of the new high traction FT2.