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DTM High Speed Showdown – Carrera GO!!! - 62561

€94.99
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With the DTM High Speed Showdown race track from Carrera GO!!! it's all about speed!. In one track we meet the 2022 champion, Sheldon van der Linde, in his BMW M4 GT3 from Team Schubert Motorsport. In the other lane we meet Liam Lawson, he appears in his chic Ferrari 488 GT3 from the Red Bull AF Corse team. When they both start there is no stopping them and they fly around the circuit at full speed. Who will be the ultimate winner of this race?

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Carrera Go race tracks are made for children aged 6 and over who love racing. The Carrera Go tracks offer children the opportunity to race with their heroes, whether these are well-known cartoon characters or the real racing heroes from TV. A Carrera Go set can easily be expanded with new cars or new track parts that are available separately. In addition to the example of building the circuit, each child can of course also build their own design.

Contents of the box:

• 1x BMW M4 GT3 DTM “Sheldon van der Linde, No.31” (64224)

• 1x Ferrari 488 GT3 “Red Bull AF Corse, No. 30” (64197)

• Carrera Go Start/Finish track section (61666)

• 2x Carrera Go Plus hand controllers (61663)

• Curve 1/90 degrees (61603)

• Steep curve 1/45 degrees (61612)

• Round counter (88107)

• Straight track section 342mm (61602)

 • Straight track part 171mm (61656)

• 1x Looping set (61613)

• 3x straight track parts 100mm & 3x straight track parts 114mm (61658)

• 1x Carrera Go Transformer EU (61531)

Scale 1:43

62561

Data sheet

Theme
DTM
Age recommendation
6+
Safety Warning
Not suitable for children under 36 months.
CE Mark
Yes (visible on packaging)
Does it run on batteries?
No
Suitable for:
Carrera Go
Race track length:
8,9 m
Race track size:
220 x 98cm
Scale Race Car:
1:43
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