He is a member of the Winner Robo.
Fiction[edit | edit source]
Machine Robo: Battle Hackers cartoon[edit | edit source]
- Voice actor: ?
Along with Roboshooter Gaiden and the rest of the Winner Robo, Racer Robo returned to the Algo Republic just in time to rescue the Blue Dragons, who were attempting to free enslaved miners from the Gurendos when they were ambushed by enemy troops. The groups then linked up with the Battle Hackers and the Winner Robo's speed was crucial to freeing the workers from the yoke of Kariagen, with the Winner Robo being launched across the defensive perimeter of mines the Gurendos had put in place. Racer Robo and his friends then joined the Battle Hackers. Gakurandar built a new super-cannon on the far side of a huge valley. Roboshooter Gaiden launched the team across on cables laid by Rod Drill and Tough Trailer, and they destroyed the weapon.
Along with the other Winner Robo, Racer Robo played a key role in preventing a meltdown at a furnace in the Algo Republic and save the workforce from destruction, though the team were damaged by the heat of the control room in the process. Patricia of R. JeTan's history. After recovering, he returned to service. When the Battle Hackers were sent by RIM to investigate a mysterious entity killing miners under B-1, Racer Robo and his team-mates rashly decided to intervene and were enveloped by the sludge, needing to be saved by Drill Crusher. He later participating in a gruelling battle against a Gurendos army led by Kariagen in the desert. Racer Robo was later part of the Battle Hackers' plan to destroy a new Gurendos mobile base under the command of Shibumidas and Rikimines; while the huge vehicle was destroyed Mach Blaster was captured. He then took part in the team's rescue attempt in Blood Country.While injured, Racer Robo told
Toys[edit | edit source]
Machine Robo: Battle Hackers[edit | edit source]
- F-1 Winner (Winner Robo, 1988)
- ID number: W-05
- Accessories: none
- F-1 Winner was released in Bandai's Machine Robo: Battle Hackers toyline in 1988, and converts from robot to Lotus 77 Formula One car. As a Winner Robo, toy's conversion is semi-automatic - pressing a button on the underside of the vehicle causes it to pop into robot mode; it is also fitted with Hot Wheels-style wheels and can interact with the Roboshooter Gaiden track playset. Despite this it still retains diecast parts and some arm movement. The head of the robot mode is styled after a Formula One driver's crash helmet.
- Like the other Winner Robo, F-1 Winner was not released outside of Japan.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- While the figure's box names it as F-1 Winner, the character sticker inside names it as Racer Robo, as does the cartoon.