The Twin Norrita as it appeared in F-Zero GX
|Pilot||Gomar and Shioh|
|Manufactured by||Onigiri Drive Yard Co.|
|First Appeared||F-Zero X|
|Later Appeared|| F-Zero GX|
F-Zero GP Legend
The Twin Norrita is the machine driven by the inseparable pair, Gomar and Shioh. It was manufactured on their home planet of Huckmine by specialists working in the Onigiri Drive Yard Co., a locally-branched business settled across Gomar and Shioh's entire homeland, using a special metal-like substance unique to that particular planet alone. While this substance provides this machine with a great advantage in speed due to the fact that it's extemely lightweight, this obviously leaves the Twin Norrita completely exposed to the wrath of larger vehicles who could easily knock it out of the way or pin it to one side of the track with ease. This is why an A-ranked amount of boost power must be used in-sync with a wonderful amount of acceleration in order to safely stay ahead of the pack.
 F-Zero X
In the second console-based installment of the F-Zero franchise, the Twin Norrita was introduced among the wide array of 25 fellow new machines. This was the very first vehicle in the F-Zero franchise to feature dual-cockpits, yet remains one of the lightest machines to choose from. Where it's handling lacks and overall body strength lacks even further, the excellent speed and boost propulsion that this machine offers gives experienced pilots a chance to properly master it's full potential.
 F-Zero GX
In the most recent console-based installment of this series, Gomar and Shioh's Twin Norrita returned with an unfortunately worsened grip ability and as weak of a body as ever before. But as would be expected, the fact that this machine is one of the "Cadillacs" in speed draws players in every time.
 F-Zero Climax
In the most recent portable console-based title, the Twin Norrita gives a new meaning to the phrase "teamwork" with the most top-notch amounts of speed that you'll hope to find on the machine roster. While the overall body-strength stat has slightly improved for this installment, extra-special care must be taken on the track in order to avoid doom-bringers such as the Black Bull.