You may have some early Onyx Indy and F1 models. Here’s how to turn them into Indycar and F1 Christmas ornaments that will make your tree sparkle.
Every year, folks fret over what to give their favorite car crazed person. The Racerhead Gift Guide 2021 starts here with some prime choices.
I am always wowed by those that take model displaying to an impressive extreme. I am beyond wowed by the Old Irish Racing Collection to say the least.
Still more model car display techniques that explore larger displays, how to obtain them within budget and then mix model cars into the big picture of life.
More Indycar models are here or coming from Replicarz, Brickyard Models, MA Scale and Brumm. Whether it’s a built model or kit, you’re in for a treat.
American racing subjects have generally been ignored by the modeling industry. Model retailer Replicarz has taken it upon themselves to remedy the situation with their line of Replicarz Exclusives.
The mavens at Replicarz continue the modeling history of the Indy 500 with their two latest 1:43 scale releases. Both the Replicarz Lor Schell Special from 1940 and the 1941 Elgin Pin Special cars are again Maserati 8CTFs.
Artist Yuriy Shevchuk captures the beauty of the cars, the essence of a moment in a great race and the atmosphere of the event surrounding it.
I’ve been to the Watkins Glen race circuit many times, in all kinds of weather. Searing hot to serious cold and drenching rain. I survived the Bog. I love the place. Here then some notes and a few photos from the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen:
The CMC Bugatti T35 is widely recognized as a fantastic piece of 1/18th scale modeling. Exquisite materials and finish make this a must-have for your collection. Some years back, I spent an entire weekend at Lime Rock’s Vintage Festival staring at a full-size Bugatti T35 just feet away.