Don’t-miss models from Spark, Automodelli & SMTS

Here’s a few very desirable 1/43 models from Spark, Automodelli & SMTS. A mix of Indy, IMSA, F1 & LeMans built and kits await. You may want them all!

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Fine art meets Indy car art

Major races have released event posters that are fairly arty. The Detroit Grand Prix has decided to feature Indy car art on their posters rather than photos.

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More Indycar models than ever!

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.

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Motorsport art by Roger Warrick

If you’ve attended the 12 Hours of Sebring, you have seen the motorsport art of Roger Warrick. He’s comfortable creating a realistic portrayal of race cars on track, caricatures of famous race cars or composite scenes of race drivers from various tracks.

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Replicarz exclusives – Racerhead Gift Guide

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.

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Replicarz Lor Schell Special Indy Car in 1:43 scale

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.

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Motorsport art by Yuriy Shevchuk

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.

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Crime and lap times

The recent conviction of Scott Tucker on numerous federal charges of fraud is not surprising. Auto racing at any level is a great way to blow through copious amounts of money. The old expression holds true: How fast do you want to go? How much money do you have? The desire to go very fast is what drives criminals and auto racing to occasionally get together.

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Car-toons by Booth– cars, whimsy and smiles

I first met the Booths in the late 1980s. Their Car-toons by Booth business was young and already very popular. Racing art was a very niche thing then, yet their whimsical car caricatures were immediate breakout hits.

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