McLaren MP4/2C Prost-Rosberg Description Detailed Suspension - Highly detailed engine - Rubber tires - Photo-etched - Removable fairing - 2 new decals: Sheet A - Exterior, cockpit and engine. Sheet B - Composite materials - Decals for 2 versions: 1986 Campionship #1 Alain Prost - 1986 Campionship #2 Keke Rosberg The McLaren MP4/2 was among the most successful cars with the most victories in the history of Formula 1. In 1985 the MP4/2B debuted equipped with a TAG Porsche engine, supercharged by two compressors, capable of reaching 850 HP and the adoption of less flashy aerodynamic solutions than previous cars and in line with what the new regulations required. Confirmation of the project's effectiveness was sealed by the victory of the constructors' world championship and the drivers' world championship thanks also to the extraordinary talent of Alain Prost. In 1986 the project was further improved with the MP4/2C version and Alain Prost confirmed himself as world champion also in the new season, joined by another great Formula 1 talent, the Finnish Keke Rosberg. The McLaren MP4/2 has certainly won a place of honor in the hearts of Formula 1 enthusiasts and fans by winning three drivers' and two constructors' championships.
The Lotus 72 is a British Formula One car that made its track debut at the 1970 Spanish Grand Prix and competed in F1 races until the 1976 season. Its designers were Colin Chapman, Tony Rudd and Maurice Philippe . The Lotus 72 was powered by a single 8-cylinder Ford Cosworth DFV engine with a displacement of 3 litres. The Lotus 72 was developed to replace another highly successful Lotus: the 49 model. Like its predecessor, it used an aluminum monocoque and the same engine, but on many other levels it was a very cutting-edge vehicle in racing F1. First of all, it stood out for the shape of the bodywork and the spoilers that were an integral part of it. The water radiator was placed on the sides of the car, not in the nose, which significantly improved weight distribution and improved aerodynamic properties. The suspension has also undergone significant changes. Ultimately, a great racing car was born, before many other designs of the early 1970s. The drivers on it won the world championship twice: in 1970 and 1972. The most famous drivers driving this car were, among others: Jochen Rindt or Emmerson Fittipaldi. In total, the Lotus 72 took part in 75 F1 races, 20 of which it won.
2 super decal sheets - Photo-etched and chrome parts - Alternative mudflaps available in black acetate - Accessory bag with tubes, screws and springs - Reproducible bonnet and trunk open or closed - Opening front side doors - Highly detailed passenger compartment interior - Engine and compartment finely reproduced engine - Working suspensions - Rims and tires for driving on dirt terrain - Steering wheels - Color instruction sheet The sports version of the Lancia Delta road model - the "HF" 4WD - is an icon of rally cars. The Delta HF was produced in the second half of the 1980s and participated in the World Rally Championship from 1987 to 1988, won two world titles and took first place in numerous races such as the prestigious Monte Carlo and Sanremo Rally . Its development, the Lancia Delta Integrale, took part in races until 1993, won another 5 world titles and consolidated the "Palmares" in off-road competitions of the Italian company. in many aesthetic details that have made it more muscular, such as the widened fenders and the new air intakes on the bonnet, the technology and engine of the HF Integrale have also been improved. The performance of the 1995 cc turbo engine, for example, has been increased to 185 hp. In 1989 the Lancia Delta HF Integrale 16v appeared at the Sanremo Rally with an original and eye-catching racing red colour. Conceived by the "main sponsor" of the team and designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, it was inspired by the Lancia rally cars of the 60s and 70s such as the Flavia and the Fulvia. Miki Biasion and Tiziano Siviero brought the red Delta to victory, consolidating the tradition and legend of Lancia in the world of rallying.
The Matra MS11 was designed by Gerard Ducarouge and Bernard Boyer for F1 competitions and participated in the World Championship in the 1968 season, participating in 10 GPs. The assembly kit created by Ebbro using Tamiya molds allows the faithful reproduction of the model down to the smallest details including the Matra engine and suspension parts. Construction manual with Tamiya color references for the creation of the livery (glue and colors not included in the kit).
The Porsche Carrera GT is a German sports car first presented to the public in 2000 at the Geneva Motor Show. Its serial production continued in 2003-2007, ending with the production of 1,270 cars of this model. Production was concentrated in the city of Leipzig, Germany. The Carrera GT model was developed and put into production to replace the 959 model in Porsche's offering. Harm Lagaay was the designer of the new car. Compared to its predecessor, the Carrera GT differs in several important elements. First of all it has a completely new, newly developed chassis, while the bodywork is based on that used in the 911 GT 1 Evo. The style and widely understood design of the new model have also been clearly changed. The Porsche Carrera GT is also powered by a completely different engine: a 5.7-liter 10-cylinder with a maximum output of 612 hp. The maximum speed of the Carrera GT is 330 km/h and the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is an impressive 3.3 seconds! It is worth adding, however, that the car is very difficult to control, requiring great attention and concentration from the drivers. The price of a used Porsche Carrera GT fluctuates around 620-780 thousand. Euros, depending on the technical condition of the car and its mileage.
The new plastic assembly kit produced by Beemax which reproduces the Lotus 99T winner of the 1987 Monaco F1 GP in 1/12 scale. Thanks to the collaboration with Classic Team Lotus, it has been reproduced in detail with a large model with a total length of approximately 35 cm. The monocoque chassis and bodywork have been precisely modeled. The bonnet is also removable after completion, so you can admire the interior details. Scale 1/12 Monaco GP 1987 Model length approximately 35cm Openable parts Engine detail Detailed suspensions in special plastic Assembly also with screws and nuts New mold