Ohio, USA Frank Ulbrick posts 1st ever 100mph NPRC competition pass septembre 21, 2022 by Chris Laisser un commentaire ProTek RC Pro Team driver Frank Ulbrik continued to set drag racing records this weekend, becoming the first-ever NPRC racer to post both a sub 1.50 ET and surpass the 100-mph barrier in an NPRC competition en route to winning the Outlaw Championship at 419 Dragway’s Fall Classic in Maumee, Ohio. The Detroit, MI native has been testing and dialing in his GFRP 2023 Apollo hot rod the past few weeks and has been on the verge of hitting new timed landmarks in an NPRC regulation 132-foot pass. Powered by ProTek RC, Castle, and R1 Wurks with a Sanwa transmitter and a ProTek RC 160T Black Label servo under a PROTOform Chevy Corvette body on Voodoo tires, Ulbrik laid down passes of 1.465 seconds (fastest ever in NPRC competition) and 1.490 seconds and registered an NPRC all-time record top speed of 100.6 mph! Ulbrik’s partner and fellow ProTek RC representative, Lindsay Mae (a.k.a., Ms. Classwrecker), also smashed through the 1.50 timing barrier at the Fall Classic, posting a 1.495 at 96.17 mph. Source: ProTek R/C PartagezTweetezEnregistrer0 PartagesAbout ChrisFounder of circusrc.com, journalist & photographer in the RC world for several years, Chris is passionate about RC, racing and technique. Whether in France or in the world, he is trying to bring high-quality information and photos for enthusiasts... and make you want to join the world of RC!