Axial Racing’s good friend Yoshiaki Kataoka put on one of the biggest R/C Rock Crawling comps to date in Japan recently. With 50+ competitors shooting it out to see who will be #1. They broke the competitors into 5 groups of 10 spread out over four courses to help things move along smoothly. To add an interesting twist to the whole comp, the groups of 10 were given their overall combined score at the end of the day. The lowest scoring group also received prizes. This was done to encourage competitors within their own group to work as a team helping each other along throughout the various courses. A great twist to the competition in my opinion. And as always, it’s great to see R/C Rock Crawling still growing strong all over the world. Great job guys!!