| This minifigure has only appeared in video game(s)|
Although this article is about an official minifigure, it never existed in physical form, or appeared in any official LEGO sets.
In LEGO Adventures! Magazine, Issue 6, a bored Rocket Racer tells Veronica Voltage that he's beaten every good racer in LEGOLAND. To remedy this, Veronica uses her time machine to bring Basil the Batlord and Captain Redbeard from the past to race Rocket Racer. He beats them both and then challenges the reader to a race.
Video Game Appearances
- LEGO Stores gave out Rocket Racer stickers for a period of time.
- Rocket Racer is the only boss racer in the original LEGO Racers game that doesn't come in any set as a physical minifigure. He is also the racing champion (until you beat him).
- In the game cutscene, Rocket Racer's right arm is red and his left arm is blue. But in the player select, intro, tracks, main menu and when he gives you his car set his right arm is blue and left arm is red.
- There are rumors that there was indeed a set for Rocket Racer and his car in 2000. However, this has not been proven true as the set never appeared in any lego timelines.
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