NSR NSR0010AW Chevrolet Corvette C6R #50 Larbre Competition
NSR 1/32 Analog Chevrolet Corvette C6R LMS – Larbre Competition Corvette 2011 #50 – Adjustable front axle ride height – Drop Arm type Guide Flag with Screw to Allow Fixed Position – Setscrew Aluminum wheels all around – Anglewinder Balanced King Motor 21,400 RPM & 350 g-cm Torque – Adjustable suspension motor pod – Heat treated axles – Machined bronze self lubricating bushings – Ultra smooth and quiet all metal gearing – Adjustable suspension motor pod – Clear Coat Finish for maximum durability and high gloss – Includes the EVO 2 Chassis that will accept Inline / Anglewinder and Sidewinder Triangular motor pods
1:1 Racing History June 17, 2011 : For a second consecutive year, Larbre Competition confirmed their domination of the Le Mans 24 Hours on Sunday after recording a 1-2 finish in the GTE Am class. The #50 Corvette C6R driven by Patrick Bornhauser, Julien Canal and Gabriele Gardel made up for a difficult qualifying session by charging through the class from eighth to first by early Sunday morning. This year’s race was not without its challenges however. Three lengthy Safety Car periods, the second of which lasted the best part of two hours, stifled significant progress while at one stage the class’ top five were all running on the same lap. Ultimately, superior speed and reliability proved vital with neither Larbre entry experiencing significant delays in the pits. This was Canal and Gardel’s second consecutive Le Mans class win with Larbre Competition after being part of the line-up that scored GT1 victory at the wheel of a Saleen last season. Bornhauser, who was scheduled to complete the line-up 12 months ago before illness ruled him out, finally got his hands on the trophy.