The NSR Formula 22 takes its cue from the Formula 1 cars of the 2022-2026 period.
However, it is a generic model inspired by such cars and does not reproduce any model in a particular way.
We have done a lot of hard work to design the mechanical parts, chassis, engine mount, wheels, etc., in order to maximize the performance and make the car extremely fast on the track. The configuration can be fully customized by using different parts such as suspension or chassis rigidity, or by adjusting the height of the front axle, engine mount attachment points, body height, etc.
The model is flexible and resistant to standard impacts on the track. The driver has also been redesigned with a new detailed and realistic helmet.
MCLAREN 720S GT3
McLaren 720S has massive technical features of a pure racing car: power 720 hp (720S name comes from here), weight only 1283 kg, top speed 341 km/h and it goes from 0 to 100km/h in only 2,8 seconds.
NSR did a great job of research and development to make the 1:32 model very fast on track.
Now we are proud to officially announce that 720S will be under official McLaren license
The Chevrolet Corvette C6.R is a grand tourer racing car built by Pratt & Miller and Chevrolet for competition in endurance racing. Corvette C6.R won many championship, such as: American Le Mans Series championships and race wins in the Le Mans Series, FIA GT Championship, and 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Can Am Championship used FIA Group 7 rules, it means a total opening to mechanical engineers, who built massive powerfull lightweight cars. Porsche 917/10K was born to destroy McLaren’s supremacy of that era. It debuts in 1972, built with a massive aerodynamic, a short wheelbase, a weight of only 767 kg and an impressive 5000 cm3 boxer 12 cylinders with a power of 900 hp in race configuration. The 917/10K immediately showed a clear superiority on the other cars, winning 6 of 9 races in that championship, conquering the Can Am 1972 Championship.
NSR’s slot car in 1/32 scale is Ready To Race with extreme performance out of box and respect the aestetich of the real car.
The Porsche 908 was a racing car from Porsche, introduced in 1968. 908/3 Version raced from 1970, it was even shorter than the 908/02, and only weighed 500 kg. In 1971, vertical fins were added to the rear of the 908s. With the combination of the powerful 917 and the lightweight 908, Porsche dominated the International Championship for Makes each year from 1969 through to 1971. The NSR model, is the fastest in CLASSIC category.
The Porsche 917 is a sports prototype race car developed by German manufacturer Porsche. The 917 gave Porsche its first overall wins at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1970 and 1971. The 917K was further developed for the 1971 season, and the car had vertical fins and 2 airboxes on the tail section for better aerodynamics and cooling. This version proved as successful as the preceding 1970 version. TA version of this model won Le Mans in 1971.
FORD P68 - ALAN MANN
The Ford P68 is a sports prototype racing car model introduced in March 1968. It was designed by Len Bailey, a Ford research engineer, funded by Ford Europe and built by Alan Mann Racing. The first batch of cars was ready for the European season-opening BOAC 500 race, at Brands Hatch on 7 April 1968.
Unveiled in 2008 Paris Auto Show, the 500 Abarth Assetto Corse is a limited production model (49 cars), designed by the Fiat Group Automobiles Style Centre and produced by a team of Abarth Engineers and Designers. It includes white 17-inch special ultralight racing wheels, low ride, sports racing mirrors and a place for a number on the sides, pastel grey body with red Abarth side stripes.
The Renault Clio Cup is a one-make racing series created and managed by Renault Sport. As the name suggests, Renault Clio cars are used, and are grouped in 15 national championships and an International Cup. Since 2008, the championship uses Renault Clio 197 with an F4R RS 2.0 litre engine.
ABARTH PUNTO S2000
The Abarth Grande Punto S2000, is a competition car, based on the Abarth Grande Punto, specifically designed to take part in rally competitions reserved for Super 2000 cars, such as the Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC), the Super 2000 World Rally Championship (SWRC), the World Rally Car Production Championship (PWRC) or the European Rally Championship.
The Audi R18 is a Le Mans Prototype (LMP) racing car constructed by the German car manufacturer Audi AG. It is the successor to the Audi R15 TDI. Like its predecessor, the R18 uses a TDI turbocharged diesel engine but with a reduced capacity of 3.7 litres and in a V6 configuration. For the first time since the 1999 R8C, Audi's Le Mans prototype uses a closed cockpit design. The R18 is also the first racing car from Audi to feature hybrid power.