Roach Racing Club
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Bioenergetic race model

Racing Inspired by Nature Itself
The Roach Racing model is based on a Bioenergetic metabolism system related to the flow of energy in living organisms (also known as the anaerobic energy system or the lactic acid system).
Roaches use oxygen to transform it into energy to move. Depending on the roach's genetics each roach has different racing qualities that determine the actual performance during the races. Genetic-based inborn parameters are derived from roach traits and the biology of the roach determines how it performs on the race track. These parameters can be later trained and improved.
Anaerobic racing model Description
The model is built with an account that the final parameters are interconnected with each other, where indicators in one parameter can affect indicators in other parameters, for example, a large lung volume (oxygen tank), but at the same time a high mass and higher wind resistance.