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Gave my 'green eyed' Aston it's first run the other day and I'm really happy with the way they perform on track .

In the GT3 Sports class they run at T-Birds the most dominant car of late has been the NSR Corvette , but I reckon in the right hands the Aston should be fairly competitive as well .

 

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Cheers

Kev W


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I saw the pre-production ones shown in the photos at the NSR 24 hour. Very nice looking bodies and they stirred a hell of a lot of interest. Flat and low was the impression I got.


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Oh my a couple of more NSR's to put on the shopping list.

 

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As Parnelli Jones the Indy 500 winner once said "If you are not out of control you are not going fast enough!"

 

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Mosler MT900R Edizione Speciale – Salvatore Noviello 6th anniversario.

Come ogni anno, NSR ricorda Salvatore Noviello, fondatore della NSR, tristemente scomparso 6 anni fa.

In occasione del sesto anniversario, abbiamo riprodotto il suo modello preferito: la Mosler MT900R, con i colori e i numeri da lui utilizzati. La livrea è caratterizzata principalmente dalla colorazione rosso fuoco, dal numero di gara #64, e dalla sua firma. ...See more

 

 

Mosler Mt900r Special Edition - Salvatore Noviello 6TH ANNIVERSARY.

 

Like every year, nsr remembers Salvatore Noviello, founder of the nsr, sadly disappeared 6 years ago.

On the occasion of the sixth anniversary, we reproduced his favorite model: the mosler mt900r, with the colors and numbers he used. The livery is characterized mainly by fire red color, from the race number #64, and its signature.

 

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Available at discounted price, starting from March.

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On the catch up trail

NSR recently released two Mercedes SMG GT3 cars in black and grey. This week the stuck out a green Blancpain based livery.

They look great, and say "I am the business"

 

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They come as angle-winder setup. The motor is King 21K EVO/3 magnetic effect which has 21.400 rpm @ 12 Volts 350 gr/cm.

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Has anyone set one up yet that can do a review?

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Following up to the recently released plain colour 86/89 generic F1 cars, NSR have just released the first two livery models, which will be heading our way

by the end of March.

Dang they look good...

 

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Really like the liveries and that Leyton House looks really great, BUT and it,s a big but why on earth don't they do something about that driver , in a open cockpit car you need a better decorated driver than that , really does look bad.

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Yeah, kinda looks like a Lego astronaut jammed in there, would still buy one though.....

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I don't remember Jagermeister sponsoring F1 cars (not that I've researched it!), perhaps NSR marketing has a deal with Jagermeister?

Not complaining- I think they look great!

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I love the Gulf colours too! I am in the process of getting all my 'current' cars I race into Gulf colours.

Which is a pain when I get another car in the same class to go faster!

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NSR have just announced that they will reopen for production and shipping on 4th May.

Great news for them - and us, and great news that Italy is showing signs of creeping out of the grip of Covid-19

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The latest livery of the NSR formula 86/89 generic modern F1 are out. A pair of "Olivetti" livery  #7 and #8.

For me a special irony, as my favourite computer company 30 years ago was the British Acorn brand, who tinkered in F1 themselves, which contributed to pointing them towards bankruptcy.
They were then bought by Olivetti, who thought they were buying into the British and educational home computer market, and had no idea they had acquired the ready to release 32 bit Arm powered RISC computers. These days we see the highly efficient ARM chips in all kinds of technology applications.

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Chassis: Podded
Motor: NSR King 21,000 RPM @12vdc mounted as inline
Axle & Gears - 2.37mm
Gearing: Crown 27t - Pinion 10t brass

WIDTH:                                      67mm
 
HEIGHT:                                     24mm
 
LENGTH:                                  130mm
 
WHEELBASE:                              90mm
 
REAR AXLE/GUIDE DISTANCE:   95mm
 
BODY WEIGHT:                              11g

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