1/10th Scale Electric Hydroplane Racing

 

 

1993 - 2016

Welcome to Classic Thunder 

The first 1/10th Scale Electric Unlimited Hydroplane club in the world!

 

As pioneers of a growing 1:10 Scale electric hydro class, our goal is to continue to duplicate real unlimited hydroplane racing as closely as we can. Since our inception in 1993, we have not only tried to recreate the boats of several eras, but to encourage a spirit of fun, respectful competition and comradery within our membership.   If you'd like to find out more about Classic Thunder, what we do, how to get involved or if you simply have questions, feel free to contact us.

 

P.S.  Let's go Racin!

 

 

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GALE BOAT MAKES IT TWO IN A ROW!

U-55 RUNS FOR FREEDOM IN DIV 1!

 

BISCHOFF GETS FIRST CT VICTORY!

84 EXECUTONE WINS DIV 2 AT COULON

JOHN DRIVES TO FREEDOM CUP CROWN

 

DREAMLINER SMOOTHS OUT THE BUMPS!

WILD RIDE ENDS IN DIV 3 FREEDOM WIN

 

71 MADISON TOP DIV 1 QUALIFIER IN 2016!

FORISTER FASTEST IN 3 LAPS AT COULON


 

View all CT and TCS Photos on Flickr!

 

(Dale Van Wyk's 82 Atlas goes head to head with Mark Beatty's 84 Lite All-Star.)

View 2016 CT Season Point Standings

View 2016 TCS Point Standings

 

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****Classic Thunder Race #8****

Sunday - August 28, 2016

(Drivers meeting at 10am, racing begins at 10:30)

Coulon Park - Renton, WA

Sponsored by

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****Classic Thunder Race #9****

Sunday - September 11, 2016

(Drivers meeting at 10am, racing begins at 10:30)

Lake Waughop - Lakewood, WA

Sponsored by

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Looking for New or Used Boats & Equipment

or Custom Built Boats, Cowlings and Canopies

Check out the For Sale Pages!

(Last Updated on 04/19/2016)

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(RC boats aren't so different, are they?!)

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Check out CT News!

(Last Updated on 11/22/2015)

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(This had to hurt!! The 57 Hawaii Kai III goes in nose-first.)