By Aaron Waldron
Press release from RBR36 Arena (via Facebook):
NOTE: This message was translated from Spanish to English via Facebook's internal translator
After a lot of time thinking about the topic, and now lately seen the comments incurred by influential individuals in the field of radio control, and that somehow supposed to be supporting us and they are doing exactly the opposite, we have decided to close the facility dedicated to the radio Control in our center rbr36 arena. It has been a complicated decision and very difficult to take, but our industry is not in his best time and effort to pull a project like this, it is egregious, and somehow, our resources, both physical, mental, as well as economic, Have been exhausted, and we have believed, that the best thing was to put an end to this crusade.
From here we would like to thank all those people that we always have been supporting, and most especially to the family rbr36, that there have been those who have always given us forces in these 2 years to continue.
All those who feel aggrieved for one reason or another, we would be grateful for them to contact us in private mode in order to solve any problems.
We also reported that the 15 January next year, will be the last race in the facility, coinciding with the start of the championship kracing, too, that farewell, during the month of February, we will do our last encounter on the premises Rbr36 of sand, we will contact you shortly.
Thanks to all and until forever