The Golden Fox was developed by the now deceased Kevin Stewart who placed all priority on acceleration when building this vehicle. Accordingly, the body is light to reduce G force on the course surface. As a result, its grip on the track is poor for such a powerful machine. Because of this design, when the Golden Fox corners, it is difficult to maintain a balance between speed and control. It is also admittedly weak when facing attacks. A refined driving technique is an absolute requirement for its pilot.
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- The Golden Fox's stats (DAD) could be a reference to Dr. Stewart's father, Kevin Stewart.
- The Silver Rat shares the same manner.
- [1991-08-13] in Nintendo EAD: F-Zero instruction manual (in English). Nintendo, pp. 15.
- Pelland, Scott (ed.) (2003). F-Zero GX Player's Guide. Redmond, Washington: Nintendo of America, Inc, pp. 10. ISBN 1930206-35-6.