The turbo championship becomes our focus on our very latest Table Top Racing World Tour video.
We get behind the wheel of the ironically named Treemaster CO2 vehicle as we do our best to win the four-race championship. The races were fun as expected and provided a decent challenge.
Consistently picking up some decent points throughout the first few races we head into the last race needing to finish ahead of our nearest rival to take the gold, will we manage it? find out below.
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