Evanston, IL (PRWEB) October 19, 2007
The web site http://www.rc-cars-hobby.com now contains a newly created blog spot where enthusiasts can go to share the latest information and techniques for assembling, painting, maintaining and racing their remote control cars.
"Whether someone is a beginner, week-end hobbyist or hard core enthusiast, this forum will provide a place where they can ask questions and get answers," says site director Madeline Binder. "We want them to be able to enjoy the speed-and-action thrill with fellow drivers all over the world."
Among RC car enthusiasts, there has been a mini-RC cars mania lately, she notes. Mini buggy and mini stadium trucks with 4wd are all the rage. And a mini Cooper has changed the nitro racing world with a state-of-the-art racing sedan, the fastest, high-performance mini racing car on the market.
Meanwhile, kids are into palm size mini stunt cars. "The details on these toy cars are so realistic that the kids think they are driving a real car," Binder says.