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Masami Hirosaka

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Team Yokomo

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Team Yokomo [cached]

The person able to most accurately guess Masami Hirosaka's lap time was presented with his SD-LCG.
Enjoy the additional footage of Masami Hirosaka and crew team drifting.(Approx. 57 minutes) (Filmed & Edited by Masami Hirosaka) Masami Hirosaka's 4wd buggy. Kimura qualified 2nd, and battled with Hirosaka in the finals. Hirosaka and Kimura of Team Yokomo bought in their MR-4BX(tentative name) 4WD prototypes to race test the cars against a fairly tough field of compeititors. As expected, Hirosaka showed class-dominating speed with the new 4WD buggy. The final starts in dramatic style, as Hirosaka makes a mistake on the second lap going through the washboard section, allowing Kimura into the lead. Leaving the field far behind, the pair head into the last minute, where Hirosaka makes a pass on Kimura heading onto the straight. Team Yokomo's Masami Hirosaka and current Japanese National Champion Shinya Kimura will be attending the Offroad Winter Championship held this weekend at Yatabe Arena. Masami Hirosaka along with Team Yokomo members Takeshi Yokoyama (2000 JMRCA Sportsman TC National Champion), Shohei Maruyama (2003 JMRCA Sportsman TC National Champion), and Naoto Matsukura (2004 JMRCA Sportsman TC National Champion) were all in attendance to compete in the 23T Touring class. In the highly anticipated 23T class, Masami Hirosaka took the TQ spot, shattering the course record with consecutive 11.70sec laps. The last race of the event, the A final saw Masami take the lead from the start, with a fierce battle for 2nd developing between Yokoyama and Matsukura. As Masami crossed the finish line, the rest of the top cars finished closely, just a few seconds behind the winner. Masami Hirosaka and his Team Yokomo teammates(Yokoyama, Maruyama and Matsukura) will be competing. Masami Hirosaka's recommended tire choice is the Sorex 32R, using either the Yokomo 039 Medium or Atsushi Hara Racing Purple insert.

Welcome to Yatabe Arena [cached]

Team Yokomo's Masami Hirosaka has been confirmed to attend. Masami Hirosaka, Team Yokomo

Team Yokomo [cached]

Starting from 2nd position on the A-final grid, Masami Hirosaka makes use of the awesome power and runtime of his batteries to pilot his BD past Atsushi Hara, finishing 1st and posting the fastest A-final time of 28L 8:10.853.
Hirosaka, reknown for his 1/12th scale prowess, finished on top of the qualifying order this day, but was followed closely by 4 other competitors who were within a mere 1.5 seconds of his time, leaving little to no room for mistakes. Scattered showers on the second day brought in humidity, which seemed to improve the track conditions even further. A practice round and 3 qualifiers were scheduled this day, and although Hirosaka set the fastest time in the 3rd round, newly crowned Offroad Japanese National Champion Kimura and other fellow team members raised their pace and moved up the order in round 4. The highly anticipated 5th and final round of qualifying belonged to Kimura, setting incredible lap times and putting in a fantastic run that would allow him to secure the TQ spot over Hirosaka. Making it into the A-final were Kimura, Hirosaka, Maruyama, Fukuda and Akira Suzuki of Team Yokomo, Kitazawa of Team Futaba, and privateers Sakamoto and Mitsumizo, all of whom used the Associated RC12. In the first final, Hirosaka took the lead at the start, and never looked back to take the win. Capitalizing on Kimura's mistake on the opening lap, Hirosaka took the lead and extended it to where he was able to cruise to the finish for the win, and the championship. Masami Hirosaka's Drift How-To Video is now available for download. Text by Masami Hirosaka Last year, Masami Hirosaka used Yokomo L-rubber Soft in the rear, and L-rubber Medium in the front. Both were pre-mounted on Yokomo wheels. Last year, Masami used a 10-turn, while the Suzuki brothers Hiroshi and Akira used 8-turns. Masami Hirosaka Masami Hirosaka - Multiple IFMAR World Champion (1/12 Onroad, 1/10 Onroad, Offroad 2WD, Offroad 4WD) Masami Hirosaka's 2005 Plastic Model & RC Show Report!! Masami Hirosaka reporting from the Yokomo booth! Hello everyone, this is Masami Hirosaka reporting from the 2005 Plastic Model & Radio Control Show, currently being held at the Big Site in the Odaiba district of Tokyo. As always, the show floor is buzzing with new products. Driven by Masami Hirosaka to TQ & win both the 2004-2006 IFMAR World Championships, and 2004 JMRCA All-Japan Nationals. Release is scheduled for the upcoming All-Japan Nationals. (pdf 1.64MB) Worlds Report by Masami Hirosaka The prototypes were prepared for 4 drivers - Hirosaka, Adachi, Hiroshi Suzuki, and current European Champion, Neil Cragg of England. In the 1st round of qualifying, Hirosaka set the 3rd fastest time, backed up by a 1st place run in the 2nd round. At this point, Hirosaka held the top spot, with a fairly large gap to 2nd place in the overall standings. After some mistakes in his subsequent runs, Hirosaka dropped a spot to 2nd place in the overall qualifying standings. In the finals, both Hirosaka and Neil took turns leading the field, with both having really good chances at the win.

Yokomo [cached]

As used by Team Yokomo's Masami Hirosaka to win the Japanese 8 minute modified class.This body was designed for the racer by one of the best racers in R/C history.

Fighting for the top spot in the invitational class was former world champs, Hot Bodies Atsushi Hara and Yokomo's Masami Hirosaka.Just when it looked like Hara would make it a clean sweep for the win in the early rounds, Hirosaka wouldn't go down so easy.It all came down to the last qualifier with Masami in the lead needing that crucial win to take the over all win.Marc Rheinard piloting his Tamiya 416 was right on Masami's rear view mirror and would make then pass when Hirosaka rolled and that bobble eventually cost him the over all win; Atsushi Hara would take top honors.

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