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[[File:Panic_attack_s5_arena.png|thumb|left|Panic Attack in the arena during Series 5]]
 
[[File:Panic_attack_s5_arena.png|thumb|left|Panic Attack in the arena during Series 5]]
 
[[File:Panic Attack.png|thumb|Official photo of Panic Attack in Series 5]]
 
[[File:Panic Attack.png|thumb|Official photo of Panic Attack in Series 5]]
The [[Robot Wars: The Fifth Wars|Series 5]] model had improved skirts, lorry windscreen wiper motor power at up to 8 mph and the srimech was updated into a movable flipper-like panel that could not only self-right the robot, but also either lift up opponents from underneath or clamp them between it and the chassis for additional control. This model was the favourite of the driver Kim Davies, who stated that it was, in his opinion, the best version. It also had a zero ground clearance and turning circle with durable polycarbonate added to the bulletproof fibreglass shell, making it virtually impenetrable, and pneumatic power to the electric lifting forks to enable it to lift twice its own weight. The weaponry, however was not always reliable and the self-righting was very slow. This version of Panic Attack was also known as PA3 (Panic Attack 3) despite still being referred to as simply Panic Attack. The name of Panic Attack 3 was not used in Extreme 2 or Series 7.
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The [[Robot Wars: The Fifth Wars|Series 5]] model had improved skirts, lorry windscreen wiper motor power at up to 8 mph and the srimech was updated into a movable flipper-like panel that could not only self-right the robot, but also either lift up opponents from underneath or clamp them between it and the chassis for additional control. This model was the favourite of the driver Kim Davies, who stated that it was, in his opinion, the best version. It also had a zero ground clearance and turning circle with durable polycarbonate added to the bulletproof fibreglass shell, making it virtually impenetrable, and pneumatic power to the electric lifting forks to enable it to lift twice its own weight. The weaponry, however was not always reliable and the self-righting was very slow. The name of Panic Attack 3 was not used in Extreme 2.
 
[[File:Panic_Attack_Gold_pits.jpg|thumb|left|The "24k" theme to the Series 6 Panic Attack]]
 
[[File:Panic_Attack_Gold_pits.jpg|thumb|left|The "24k" theme to the Series 6 Panic Attack]]
 
[[File:Panic_Attack_Gold_Arena.jpg|thumb|Panic Attack in the arena during Series 6]]
 
[[File:Panic_Attack_Gold_Arena.jpg|thumb|Panic Attack in the arena during Series 6]]
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