That is quite a race car, the video would have been even more impressive showing it from a standing start. And certainly steering, or, more correctly, aiming, is definitely quite a challenge, although watching from behind should allow one to keep the vehicle in the center of the track.
A discussion of the actual driving process would be very int6eresting, I am sure.
RC cars running ICE powerplants actually lag behind in the speed department when compared to the electrics. Brushless motors and LiPo batteries have given electrics a big advantage. The main problem for ICE power plants is gearing. They can't go from 0 to 188mph with a single gear. They would need 4 or 5 and then range becomes an issue.
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