A little break!

hello all! I have been offline for a while. And that is becuse the summer season here in sweden is all about nitro. I don’t drive nitro (yet), so it’s a little boring atm. 

But meanwhile i am thinking if i should buy a stickradio and switch out the wheelradio. We will see!

//have a nice summerbreak!!//

It’s finally here!

i have waited almost 4 months for this! Finally i can start building and practice close to my home! 

 And of ofcourse it another World Chapionship winning brand, HBracing! A big thanks to Tessmann who put faith in my from the start, and good luck to more success at Xray! This is also my first HB kit, so i’m really excited to get a feel for this! 

Like i said, i have a offroad track about 1km from my house, so it’s really convinient to have a track this close. But i never had a offroad car to practice with on that track. But that will change now!

So, what to come? First i will build the kit, and then i’m going to order some more parts that i don’t have yet. And then i will hopefully be ready for racing! Wish me luck and more to come very soon, season have started now, Wooohoooo!!


Not much, but a lot!

Well, the deadseason is here! When nothing happens for a while. I’m still waiting for my new car to arrive as it’s not in stock at the moment. 

My electrics arrived as you maybe saw a week ago, from Hobbywing!

I’m really hyped about the outdoor season and during the waiting time i will participate in some CS:GO tournaments with my new team. We showed some great performence the time we have played together and it might be a start to something good!

So tomorrow is Tournament day in one of the biggest online tournaments in Sweden.


A new era!

it’s time to start another epic journey!

As newly signed by HBracing, i will start focusing on off-road as well! Wich off-road classes it will be, time will tell! 

Huge thanks to Tessmann who put faith in my skill and got me signed with this legendary team. It’s really a dream come true with all the support i’ve gotten for 2017! I feel very honored to be one of these sponsors team driver and i’m very grateful for the opportunity they give me!

Off-road also gives me more driving time as my closest track is just 2 minutes away, but unfortunetly it’s a dirt track only, and i have been only on-road focused since i started racing r/c cars. So it will be very exciting to get more practice and try more offroad at one of the best offroad tracks Sweden has to offer.


This year, 2017, MK Eskil Sweden is host for the EFRA 1:8 Offroad Euros and Bittydesign Contest and my goal is to attend these races and see how far i can go in offroad.

It will be great year of racing and hopefully i can go to more international races next year! 

//cheers & c u soon!

First Win in Modified!

My first win in the premiere class of r/c racing!  

WOW! This race was one of the best i’ve been to! The atmosphere in the pits was awesome and everyone was kind and helpful towards eachother! It was a refreshing feeling and everyone could enjoy the competition really much! 


I’ve had some medical issues the last couple of years, but 3 weeks prior to this race i finally got medication that would help me with pain and my eyesight that have been bad for a while. Finally i feel really good even though it takes much longer until i’m 100% done with this medicin.


Onto the race, the track was super small and was a lowspeed layout, it had low-med grip. I struggled with the backend of the car sliding, so for my part it ended up me entering D1 Drifting Competition and try to get best drifting score! But i could still get fast laptimes somehow.


I tried different things to make the rear more stable. Harder springs Yokomo pink in the rear made my #Yokomo faster, but i still had problems with grip. I tried different diff options. And like last race i prefered 10k oil over 7.5k oil. The feeling was just much nicer and the rear was much more stable. 


QUALIFYING was ok on my part, i managed to get TQ in Q1. But i made a faster one in Q2. I had some struggles with lapped drivers, but nothing severe, only lost much time. But luckily it was enough anyway to take overall Top Qualifier. And i was really stoked about it!



A-Final 1

I was really nervous, i tried to focus on deep breaths, but when i did the startsignal went and i was not ready at all! So i had to like panic throttle to keep my advantage ahead of young talent Rasmus Karlsson and veteran Fredrik Loiske. Rasmus hit a trackmarking later into the race and i could just cool down and try to not crash my car asmy lead was a couple of seconds at this point.

A-Final 2 went the same way where i had pressure in the begining but 2nd crashed and i could slow down. But i was ready for the start this time haha!

A-Final 3 when you win 2 of 3 races you are the overall winner, so in this A-3 i tried somethings to see if i could get more rear grip as i didn’t want to gamble in the first two finals. My try for more grip didnt go as well as belived, but high speed grip was better, but as this was a lowspeed track the traction was still bad for me.   

I had better laptimes than the rest, but i think my consistency was the key to win this day and not crash.


The new #bittydesign m410 bodyshell was my choice for this race. The car is very stable in the rear, less responsive steering but in my opinion delivers close to the same amount of steering as the ltc-r. The ltc-r is very twitchy compaired to the #Bittydesign bodyshell. And considering my problem with the rear being unstable i choose the m410. Really good bodyshell and i recommend it greatly! Even faster with #jockelipainting doing the artwork on it! 


My #yokomo is a champ! It took some hits but it kept going! Maybe it’s the sturdiest race kit out there today? I’m super happy with my choice going for #yokomo becuse the car delivers every time! The speed to be the winner is there, you just got to find it trying different setups and learn about how the car reacts to the changes you make.


In this sport you need to be a F1 driver, Math Physicist, rubber expert and the fastest mechanic on earth. It’s a very complete sport. 


Thanks to #MkEskil for making this race one of the best i’ve been to! Plenty of time to prepare your car, super friendly staff and a super nice prize ceremoni and podium. 

Great commentary by Uffe Törnros making the race really entertaining. Unfortunately i couldn’t hear much becuse i had problems with my ears this weekend 😦

A big thanks to all my sponsors and supporters making this possible!

#yokomo #hbracing #hobbywing #mibosport #jockelipainting 

Videos and setup coming soon! 

We are ready for racing this weekend!

We are ready for the finals of Middle Swedish Indoor Cup. This will be my last race of this indoor season and i’m waiting for next race outdoors, and first practice will hopefully begin as soon as the snow is gone!

Huge thanks to my sponsors making this possible, without them i could never race!

Yokomo, Mibosport, HBracing, Hobbywing, Jockeli-Painting & Reservdelsrc.com!

//follow me on instagram or facebook to see updates during this weekend

Wich options do i need for my Yokomo BD8?

Hundreds of people around the world send me messages and e-mails asking about what parts they need for their Yokomo BD8, for wich surface and if they need anything for Stock versus Modified.

Today i will try my best to describe what you need for different conditions and help those people get in to the amazing brand Yokomo is!


Beginners Guide to Yokomo BD8,

First of all, if you are a beginner, my best suggestion for you is to use your BD8 almost stock. To get the car good on every surface you want to have a set of 4 Yokomo Pink springs front&rear. Or RP ULTRA Progressive Springs 2.8-3.0 in front that will be released soon andstock springs in the rear. With these the car will perform really good on every surface and you might only need to find the shock oil & diff oil setup that suits you.

If you race stock, you will need the optional top deck to use bigger pinions to fit.







Experienced Guide to Yokomo BD8,

If you are a racer that have been active a couple of years, you might need these parts to be able to get your car perform a couple of tenths faster.

The 30grams or 20grams balance weight is crucial to your cars handling and it will make the car easier to drive.



When building your shocks you want leakfree shocks. With the blue o-rings and black bladders you get a great fit and these gives you a consistent car the whole run and a must have for experienced drivers. When you are a better driver, the heat in the diff will get much higher, so i suggest you watch my diff build tutorial and you will get instructed what parts you will need.






Yokomo don’t have a servo saver that looks like any other brand. But they have one that’s very easy to use and install. It saved your servo if you crash.



Want more precision in your steering and feel full control, this is one of the things to improve!



When i’m at races, i need to control my car so it follows the rules. But sometimes my wing or bodyshell is too high. With these i can adjust that and i can easily adjust how i want my downforce as well. These are very lightweight and cheap.



I use a high speed fan in my cars, both stock and mod. These are recomended to redice fading in motor perfomence and also extend the motors life. I use 40mm for Stock and 30mm for Modified.



Pro guide to your Yokomo BD8,
If you feel you need that little extra, i suggest these last option parts the maximize your kit and your laptimes. But be aware, these parts are for people that understand setup very well. 




The aluminium chassis is very good on high grip. This option might be the most neccessary if you are driving on carpet.



These options is a way for you to customize your car however you want and get those laptimes low as possible!


I hope this helped many people that are into buying a BD8 or already own one. Feel free to ask me questions and i will try to answer them.