Okay, so you want to race remote controlled cars? Cool! Welcome to the world of RC racing, good to have you aboard! You'll find that this hobby can offer almost all the rush of racing professionally in real cars, without the risk of major bodily dismemberment if you splash on the track. Plus, it also gives you a chance to twirl your hobbyist tools around if you're into making models, since you can build your own RCs from scratch (later, when you get more experience, at least!) and customize your devilish little engines of speed with a many accessories as you can safely tack on without compromising performance. Or even compromising it just a weeee bit, if it'll make your baby look loads better than everyone else's RCs...
Okay, gushing moment over, let's get into the gritty details of what you need to know to pick out a winner from the shops. The stuff I'll be recommending here will be for newbies to the sport, so you can relax and not worry about info overload.
Fist off, you have to know the specs of the RC you're buying. Ask the shop owner if it's made as a kid's toy (avoid those!), for casual racing, or for pro racing. I recommend getting a casual-racing spec RC first, but make sure that the model you buy has support parts and options from it's manufacturer that will allow you to mod up later.
Next, choose the engine (uhm, I mean motor!) type. RCs run either with electric motors powered by a rechargeable battery or on mini-engines fueled by a milder form of gasoline, referred to as nitro racing cars. Both see active use in the tournament circuits, though nitro RCs have an edge over battery-operated ones in terms of power unless the battery-op has enough mods on it. If getting a battery operated RC, be prepared to spend more on mods later. If buying a nitro RC, be prepared to spend more on the RC initially, as well as more money on the fuel itself over time every time you race.
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