Near the Arctic Circle, outside Veteli, Finland, is a spot the forest reverberates with the howl of 600+ horsepower, turbocharged engines. The place is Kemora—1.7 miles of serpentine track coiled into one of Scandanavia’s most challenging race courses. Here, many of the best rallycross drivers in the world go head-to-head. But it takes more than sheer horsepower to win at Kemora. Its hairpin turns and shifting driving surfaces demand superb throttle control, a mastery of drift physics and a whole lot of nerve.
This remarkably detailed 1/14 reproduction of the 600+ horsepower cars that run there is the most authentic RC rallycross experience of its size. Its brushless power, four-wheel drive and independent suspension allow you to race, drift and jump across all types of terrain. Just grab the wheel and go for it!
You grab the transmitter and pull the trigger. The Kemora™ rallycross car leaps forward like a shot as its brushless-powered, four-wheel drive sends dirt flying. Racing toward the street, you can see, and feel, the four-wheel independent suspension defly absorbing any humps or bumps. The pavement closes in. You give the wheel a sharp lef, break the rear wheels loose and countersteer right to hold the drif. Gravel spec, rubber tires give a satisfying chirp as you slide onto the street andthey grip the pavement. Another stab of the throttle and you’re off again. This is the total RC rallycross experience. This is the Kemora.