5 questions to: @ferndogg310

18 March 2015
18 March 2015 RC Nennox

He recently started building his scale “Ferndogg Garage” (with some help from a bunch of 1:10 guys that gonna work in there 😉 ).

He makes great vids and post them on his YouTube channel – many from Recon G6 competitions (he seems to go on every Recon G6 there is in the neighbourhood – which is amazing). I’m not sure if I first got to know him through Instagram or YouTube, but I can tell you, that I believe I watched (and enjoyed) all of his yt vids – and that says something about his filming and driving skills.

With a great pleasure, I invite you to read answers to “5 questions to:..” from one and only – @ferndogg310 ! 🙂

 

  1. How has your RC adventure started and what was your first RC?

My RC Adventure started when I 1st bought a Traxxas 2wd Stampede and I instantly got hooked with Radio Control. I started researching on the internet and reading magazines. I tried to learn as much as I can. The scale scene was were Anthony Rivas aka Rivasconcepts help me get involved. I would not do what I do with out him.

  1. Which RC (that you own or owned) is your favorite?

My favorite RC is the Axial SCX10. I love that you can do so much to it. There is a lot of support from many companies and builders that make parts for the SCX10. Plus batteries usually last a long time. Very durable, easy to work with and scale at the same time. Many years will pass and people will still play with the SCX10.

  1. What is your dream RC?

Wow! So I have thought about this since I first started playing with RC cars. I would like to see a scaled-out pre-runner/ trophy truck/ Baja truck. Something like a SCX10 with IFS (independent front suspension) and solid axle in the rear. A scaled-out race, basher for the beach or the desert. Or maybe the Yeti can just about accomplish this with some mods.

  1. What do you like the most in this hobby?

Great question! Everything! I personally love the filming, editing, building and the creativity. I enjoy doing this with others or alone. The objective is to have fun. I also enjoy sharing my videos and being part of a great community. I love it! -It’s a life style.

  1. What are 4 things that you always take on your RC adventures?
  • “Water” have to stay hydrated all the time.
  • “Video camera” I feel naked with out one.
  • I sweat most of the time so I bring a “rag” to wipe the sweat away and keep going.
  • My “Recon G6 dog tag”. It reminds me of hard work paying off and my driving skills that can take me to the finish line. I am a competitor driver and I learn that from a good friend, Brian Parker.

Check out his profile on:

Facebook Ferndogg310 RC Page

YouTube ferndogg310

Instagram ferndogg310

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