Nendoroid Racing Miku: 2011 version
Yep, this year’s Nendoroid rendetion of Racing Miku has already received an official release date: October 28. Nendoroid Racing Miku: 2011 version has gone on sale a few months ago – with a couple sponsorship bundle options ranging from 7000 Yen up to 50000 Yen. ^^;
Well, I cannot wait to get my hand on the upcoming Racing Diva. How about you, Nendonesian? ^^
Via GSR Blog
Nendoroid Kobayashi Kamui with Racing Miku (riding the car)
As expected, Mikatan has just posted a preview photo session of Nendoroid Kobayashi Kamui, who has been available for pre-order earlier today. Nothing’s new there, except a few photos from different angles compared to the one in GSC’s official page of this Nendoroid.
Well, without further ado, kindly visit Mikatan’s blog to view more pics of the famous Japanese racer …. in Nendoroid form. ^^
Via Mikatan’s blog
Nendoroid Kobayashi Kamui
The Nendoroid rendetion of Japanese racer Kobayashi Kamui is finally available for pre-order starting today, after being teased several times previously. Nendoroid Kobayashi Kamui will bring along his helmet (both wearable and non-wearable) as well as the sponsors on his clothes and helmet. Here is the description from his official page:
Overtaking all his opponents, with Japan’s dream resting on his shoulders!
The F1 race driver with an impressive track record, Kamui Kobayashi, is becoming a Nendoroid!
Even when shrunk down to Nendoroid size, the coloring and details on his helmet and racing suit have all been faithfully preserved based on their originals – even the sponsors names are included on his outfit. He also comes with extra parts that allow you to display him either holding his helmet, or wearing it – however you’d prefer to see him!
He is priced at 3500 Yen, and scheduled to be released on late February 2012. Well, what do you think, Nendonesian? ^^
Kobayashi Kamui with Nendoroid Racing Miku: 2011 version
Nendoroid Racing Miku: 2011 version is spotted to be having travelled together with Kobayashi Kamui, a popular Japanese Formula-1 racer. Yes, you can see the picture of them above, taken at Team Sauber‘s garage. Apparently, the cute Nendoroid caught a lot of attention there, as one of Team Sauber’s staff took a pic with her as well (photo after the break).
Well, I guess Good Smile Racing (GSR) is one of Kamui’s sponsor (or possibly the whole Team Sauber’s sponsor as well?), so it is only natural for him to have gotten hold of the GSR mascot for 2011. Takanori Aki (GSC president) was spotted to be visitting Kamui there as well.