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Thanks for that Link, Luc - you are well on the ball!
Nice car, but does it look just a little over size in the body or perhaps the track a little narrow? It just looks a bit top heavy somehow.

There are some nice colored aluminum wheels on the second page.
 

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Dateless definitive of launching it is the last short term predicted motor by the mark. It is about to to receive a final denomination and can be the ideal complement for the Sling. One is a motor of long box, with refrigeration windows that will give 25,000 rpm and that offers an important effect magnet. The first tests made with him indicate that it does to the fastest model.

The alicantina mark Cartrix presented/displayed in the Hall the Hobby of Barcelona its last newness, the Sling NSX that will be on sale this same week.

We could see the two initial decorations of the primea series of models, the black with the sponsorship of Takata and the version Mobil 1 in target, that in addition incorporates a blower pipe in the back part.

The models of the first series will come equipped with the motor TX.4, to which pinion in the front axis has not mounted him. The next versions will mount the new the 21,500 motor TX2.4 that will surpass rpm to 15v of the anteior model the TX2.3

Dateless definitive of launching it is the last short term predicted motor by the mark. It is about to to receive a final denomination and can be the ideal complement for the Sling. One is a motor of long box, with refrigeration windows that will give 25,000 rpm and that offers an important effect magnet. The first tests made with him indicate that it does to the fastest model.

Hmmm, methinks online translations lose a little!

Those hubs do look a little 'inboard'. That could spoil it a tad for me as this is something I often bang on about when bashing vac forms or metal chassied cars.

I'd love to see something other than an aerial shot of this too. Guess I'll see one in the flesh soon enough though.
 

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I read the google-eyed version too.
Could be wrong, but I think the gist of the motor blurb means that Cartrix are experimenting with motor variations before settling down with newly established and proven designs.
 
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