The Novak NES-1A servo was introduced in 1982 and the first really fast servo for 1/12 scale racing. For several years this was the “must have” servo and used very successful.
Right at the first World Championships 1/12 scale in 1982 the winners of the stock class (Kent Clausen) and modified class (Arturo Carbonell) both were using this NES-1A servo for steering and mechanical speedcontrol. After that other drivers were using the NES-1A again for winning World Championships, Euros and Nationals titles.
Some versions of the servo were showing a sticker “Novak Midget NES-1A” similar to the first Novak servo. Our version is using a different one saying “Novak Electronics NES-1A”.