NASCAR Races into Michigan Speedway

NASCAR licensee Toy State is unveiling its latest branded radio-controlled vehicles at Michigan International Speedway at the Sprint Cup race event. 

April 6, 2018

Toy State is bringing its licensed range of RC vehicles to the race track.

NASCAR licensee Toy State is unveiling its latest branded radio-controlled vehicles at Michigan International Speedway at the Sprint Cup race event.

The NASCAR-themed light and sound R/C vehicles are part of Toy State’s Nikko and Road Rippers brands.

The Nikko NASCAR R/C cars are built to 1:16 scale with full-function radio control; while the Road Rippers NASCAR Come-Back Racers include real NASCAR sound effects. Both products will come with authentic NASCAR paint colors based on drivers such as Dale Earnhardt Jr., Jimmie Johnson, Regan Smith and Chase Elliott.

“As both a licensee and sponsor, our relationship with the NASCAR industry has been extremely positive, and we are thrilled to see this partnership come to life within the Nikko and Road Rippers brands,” says Andy Friess, president, Toy State. “Our toy vehicles bring the perfect combination of performance, speed and fun, and we’re confident NASCAR fans will love them.”

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