Aston Martin GT 2005
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SUBCHASSIS + FRONT AXLE F-1 #3
4 red borders for Digital System short straight track.
NASCAR is the most popular motor championship in the United States. NASCAR was created in the difficult era of post-WWII (1948), when due to a shortage of new cars, Hill France, the President of NASCAR, had the idea of transforming street (stock) cars into top racing vehicles. Since then NASCAR has grown to become the second most popular professional sport in terms of television ratings inside the U.S. with a very large international audience as well: NASCAR races are broadcasted in over 150 countries with more than 75 million fans.
Reach the maximum speed in the straight sections of the track while trying to maintain control in the curves. The SCX NASCAR set includes real banked curves comprised of outer and super-outer curve sections, as well as two cross-over tracks so the cars can potentially crash (i.e.,
This standard SCX car features headlamps, removable adjustable magnet, guide with suspension, a.r.s. guide, and tilting chassis.
Ralph Dale Earnhardt( North Carolina 1951-2001) was one of the most famous NASCAR car drivers with his seventy-six races and seven championships wins; he was named second among NASCAR`s 50 Greatest Drivers in 1998 (ranked behind David Pearson). His highly aggressive driving style made him a fan favorite and earned him the nicknames “Ironhead” and “The Intimidator.”
Dale Earnhardt Sr. drove the #3car for most of his career, spanning the early 1980s until his untimely death in 2001. Although he had other sponsors during his career, his #3 is associated in fan’s minds with his last sponsor, GM Goodwrench, and his last color scheme—a predominantly black car with bold red and silver trim. The black and red #3 continues to be one of the most famous logos in racing.
Dale Earnhardt Sr. died in a last-lap crash during the 2001 Daytona 500. Due in large part to overwhelming fan outcry, NASCAR began an intensive focus on safety that has seen the organization mandate the use of head-and-neck restraints, oversee the installation of SAFER barriers at all oval tracks, set rigorous new rules for seat-belt and seat inspection, develop a roof-hatch escape system, and develop a next-generation race car built with extra driver
safety in mind.
After his accident, Earnhardt’s #3 car was immediately retired by team owner Richard Childress, who made a public pledge that the number would never again adorn the side of a black car sponsored by GM Goodwrench- the color scheme and sponsor Dale Earnhardt Sr. had driven since 1988. Earnhardt’s team was re-christened as the #29 team, with the same sponsor but with a new look (a reversed color scheme with white with black numerals and a black stripe on the bottom). Later versions of the car bore greater resemblance to the machine that Dale Earnhardt Sr. piloted with a contemporary flair, featuring black, silver, and red stripes reflecting GM Goodwrench’s original racing colors.
Digital car is equipped with a microchip which is able to receive instructions from the driver: change lanes by pressing the button on the back of the controller, or activate the braking system by releasing the accelerator trigger of the controller.
Super Sliding Curve Water Effect
-Hand Throttle-Car Programming Button
-On/off Push-Button For Lights
-Speed Selector: EXPERT for Advance and JUNIOR for Beginners
-Power LED: Warning light advises of the need to connect an additional transformer(up to a maximum of three)
-Race Start Button: To fine-tune all accesories connected to the track before the race starts
-Communications Port: For future applications
Williams F-1 2006