Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) March 10, 2007
The RC car world is expanding every day and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. With that also means the accumulation of outdated websites that provide little useful information. For the beginner RC enthusiast trying to get into the sport of RC car racing, or just the average person looking for RC information, it can be frustrating to tirelessly search the internet for what you really want.
On the track, an RC racer may be able to scope out the competition and gauge what it will take to win the race; but on the net, it's the job of http://www.everything-rc-cars.com to do all the work. Lee Brain and Howard Hood, RC car veterans, have created a website to cater to those looking for everything RC. A new addition to the host of information available on RC cars online, the site offers everything RC enthusiasts want to read -- information on RC nitro cars and trucks, as well as updates of the latest models from the hottest brands like Traxxas and HPI Racing. The website also offers comprehensive reviews, comparisons, FAQs, tips, pictures, tons of RC videos and hundreds of helpful articles that will keep racers competitive in the sport, and non-racer RC fanatics ripping up the dirt. They've also set up a blog (http://everything-rc-cars.blogspot.com) to keep readers informed on the latest RC events and to provide useful tips and anything new in the RC world.
About Everything RC Cars: (http://www.everything-rc-cars.com) The newest site to the RC car scene, Everything RC Cars is a family site put together by Lee Brain and father Howard Hood -- guys with a genuine interest in the hobby. They've been playing with remote control cars and trucks since early childhood, and started the site in order to share information, reviews and upcoming event info with other RC enthusiasts. "We've been into RC for so long now that we figured we owe it to the RC community to contribute a really helpful resource," said Lee Brain, site designer and the one who came up with the idea to launch the site. Based out of Vancouver, B.C., every contributor to the site puts their years of experience in the field of RC into the content to make the most up-to-date, comprehensive and helpful site possible.