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Chevrolet Corvette C6R GT2 No.4 ALMS 2010 livery

The Scalextric model
Joining our ever popular GT series cars, the Corvette C6R is the latest American Le Mans Series car to add to the GT stable. Issued in both fully detailed (C3189) and super-resistant (C3185) formats the car will suit all requirements.
With this model (C3185), enjoy the car's durable and lightweight build for more speed. Softer tyres are also used on this car with a magnet of reduced strength which gives a more pleasing racing experience.

For the last 8 years Corvette Racing has dominated the GT1 category of the American Le Mans Series. Since they began the race spec Corvette has won at the 24 Hours of Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring and the 24 Hours of Le Mans, and since 2005 have been competing the C6R against world-class grand touring cars from automakers like Aston Martin. In 2009 the factory backed racing effort chose to step down into the GT2 category in order to compete with the same cars on the track that the production model competes with in show rooms.
The Corvette race cars are powered by 6.0 litre GM small block that is based on the 7.0 litre LS7R that powered the outgoing GT1 version. The engine output is a relatively conservative 470 HP.

Digital Plug Ready allows a 30 second switch from standard to digital format. Magnatraction. Quick change guide braid plate.
Light weight, durable body to withstand the knocks of endurance racing.

Motor: Mabuchi SP, 18k rpm
Gear ratio: 11:36
Chassis: Rear Mounted Motor, Side-winder, Rear two-wheel drive
Magnet: Rectangular 1.5 mm, Down-force 166 gm
Overall length: 140 mm
Wheelbase: 84 mm
Axle/Hub width: 53 mm Front, 58 mm Rear
Tyre diameter: 21(ext), 15(int), 10 mm Front, 21(ext), 15(int), 10 mm Rear
Weight: Car 83 gm
Scale: 1/32

Alo available as the number 3 car with a fully detailed interior as C3189

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