Toy State, Norwood, Mass., will unveil its new NASCAR-licensed Nikko and Road Rippers toy vehicles on Sept. 3 at Michigan International Speedway.
The Nikko NASCAR radio-controlled cars are built to 1:16 scale with full-functioning radio-control action, while Road Rippers NASCAR Come-Back Racers feature motorized driving with real effects.
Both assortments will feature authentic NASCAR paint schemes of the cars of 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, Toy State president. “Our toy vehicles bring the perfect combination of performance, speed and fun, and we’re confident NASCAR fans will love them.”
Toy State is in its second season as the primary sponsor of Tommy Baldwin Racing’s No. 7 Nikko RC/Toy State Chevrolet, driven by Regan Smith. — M.Q.