Grand Prix Racing Cars Review (KidzLane)

Grand Prix Racing Cars
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What It Is

With fast speeds and durable shock-proof bodies the Grand Prix Remote Racing Car set from KidzLane makes for two times the fun. These new colorful remote control cars use separate 49MHz and 27 MHz frequencies, allowing young drivers to race together with no interference issues. The set contains one yellow Grand Prix racer decorated with racing stickers, and one Grand Prix racer in blue. Each comes with it's own mini remote control reflecting the same color as their racer. The handheld controllers sport easy-to-push buttons and simple controls that children can learn instantly. Easy to maneuver, kids can go forward and backwards and turn left or right while pulling tricks and stunts all over the house. Kids ages 5 and up will be busy all day with these tough little RC cars! This set takes 8 AA batteries not included and the cars each have a range of about 35 feet.

Is It Fun?

Two times the fun, because kids can race alone or in pairs. These new colorful remote control cars use separate 49MHz and 27 MHz frequencies, allowing young drivers to race together with no interference issues. The handheld controllers sport easy-to-push buttons and simple controls that children can learn instantly. Easy to maneuver, kids can go forward and backwards and turn left or right while pulling tricks and stunts all over the house. These little roadsters can take the punishment young ones can dish out, as they will love crashing them into one another as they race to the finish line.

Who It’s For

What youngster doesn't love an RC vehicle? Designed for ages 5 and up, little racers will be busy racing around the house all day with these tough little RC cars! The best part is that there are two of them and they can be used at the same time. Everyone will want a turn navigating around obstacles when they see these cars in motion.

What To Be Aware Of
This set takes 8 AA batteries not included and a screwdriver is needed for installation. The cars each have a range of about 35 feet. Cars use separate 49MHz and 27 MHz frequencies, allowing young drivers to race together with no interference issues.
AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


    8 AA batteries required