Drag

If speed is your passion, you know going fast in a straight line isn't simple. Strategy, set-up, and timing is key when racing our 22S drag cars and trucks.

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Mini
Mini vehicles are a great place to get started in your RC journey. They are compact enough to get you used to being an RC enthusiast but pack a punch get you whipping around turns at decent speeds.
Standard
Standard vehicles will get your foot in the door to creating a one of a kind vehicle. These cars and trucks come in multiple brands that are sure to satisfy even the most pick RC enthusiast in town.
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You're totally a pro here. Large scale vehicles are the top of the line, ready to show off vehicles that are sure to impress all your friends and family. They take the RC Lifestyle to a whole new level.
Price reduced from $459.99 to $249.99
This product is not available any longer
Mini
Mini vehicles are a great place to get started in your RC journey. They are compact enough to get you used to being an RC enthusiast but pack a punch get you whipping around turns at decent speeds.
Standard
Standard vehicles will get your foot in the door to creating a one of a kind vehicle. These cars and trucks come in multiple brands that are sure to satisfy even the most pick RC enthusiast in town.
Large
You're totally a pro here. Large scale vehicles are the top of the line, ready to show off vehicles that are sure to impress all your friends and family. They take the RC Lifestyle to a whole new level.
Price reduced from $459.99 to $249.99
This product is not available any longer
Mini
Mini vehicles are a great place to get started in your RC journey. They are compact enough to get you used to being an RC enthusiast but pack a punch get you whipping around turns at decent speeds.
Standard
Standard vehicles will get your foot in the door to creating a one of a kind vehicle. These cars and trucks come in multiple brands that are sure to satisfy even the most pick RC enthusiast in town.
Large
You're totally a pro here. Large scale vehicles are the top of the line, ready to show off vehicles that are sure to impress all your friends and family. They take the RC Lifestyle to a whole new level.
This product is not available any longer
Mini
Mini vehicles are a great place to get started in your RC journey. They are compact enough to get you used to being an RC enthusiast but pack a punch get you whipping around turns at decent speeds.
Standard
Standard vehicles will get your foot in the door to creating a one of a kind vehicle. These cars and trucks come in multiple brands that are sure to satisfy even the most pick RC enthusiast in town.
Large
You're totally a pro here. Large scale vehicles are the top of the line, ready to show off vehicles that are sure to impress all your friends and family. They take the RC Lifestyle to a whole new level.
This product is not available any longer
Mini
Mini vehicles are a great place to get started in your RC journey. They are compact enough to get you used to being an RC enthusiast but pack a punch get you whipping around turns at decent speeds.
Standard
Standard vehicles will get your foot in the door to creating a one of a kind vehicle. These cars and trucks come in multiple brands that are sure to satisfy even the most pick RC enthusiast in town.
Large
You're totally a pro here. Large scale vehicles are the top of the line, ready to show off vehicles that are sure to impress all your friends and family. They take the RC Lifestyle to a whole new level.
Price reduced from $249.99 to $124.99

DRAG REMOTE CONTROL CARS & TRUCKS

If full scale drag racing is your kind of competition, then Losi® 1/10 scale 22S No Prep RC drag cars are your kind of RC vehicles!

In full scale or in RC form, a drag race is essentially an acceleration contest between two vehicles over a measured distance. Drag racing events involve a series of two-vehicle, tournament style elimination rounds. The losing racer in each round is eliminated, and the winners move on to compete again until only one champion remains.

You can participate in drag racing RC-style with 1/10 scale Losi No Prep Drag vehicles like the ’69 Camaro 22S Drag Car and ’68 Ford F100 22S Drag Truck. Ready to run (RTR) right out of the box, these on-road remote control racing models combine officially licensed scale looks with competitive RC drag racing performance. They’re detailed recreations of the full-size autos, and they also meet the rules and regulations for competing in No Prep Drag Races.

Strategy, set-up, and timing are all key when racing our 22S RC drag cars and trucks. These 1/10 scale vehicles are designed to compete on a 1/10 scale version of full scale drag racing’s quarter mile long track. In other words, they race down a 132-foot long strip. The main attraction of No Prep RC drag racing is the “no prep”. This means that the surfaces you race on usually have not been altered to increase traction. As long as the surface is relatively flat, it’s suitable for racing.

This segment of the radio control car hobby has become very popular for two different reasons. The first is that finding a location to race is very easy. Most No Prep drag race organizers simply find a quiet industrial area, or perhaps use the area behind a warehouse, where competitors can meet on the weekend and race. Since it’s no prep, each driver must be able to tune his or her vehicle well enough to get the best traction on that racing surface.

The second reason why these RC drag cars have become so popular is that you can win money racing them! That’s right — there are organized RC drag racing competitions, like King of the Streets in Las Vegas, Nevada, which you can enter with your remote control dragster and maybe win a cash prize. This popular event has a $25,000 cash purse and the winner takes all. Even at a simple weekend race, however, it’s common to have $200 to $500 first prize.

The common misconception about RC drag racing is that it’s easy. How hard can it be to go on a straight line, right? Wrong! If speed is your passion, you know that going fast in a straight line isn’t simple. RC drag cars have a lot of power and with only the rear tires for traction, it has to be used efficiently. One key is tuning your suspension so that the power transfers to your tires the right way for maximum traction. If you have the wrong suspension set up, then you’ll just spin the tires.

Another key part of your strategy is how you control the variables that affect how your tires handle and gain traction. The tire compound used has to be right for the ambient and ground temperature. A further variable is how you warm up your tires prior to the race and for how long.

It’s easy to get started with drag racing radio control cars, and the challenges and fun are more than worth the effort — especially if you start with a 1/10 scale Losi No Prep Drag vehicle!