I began going to Watkins Glen in 1969 for the 6 Hour/Can-Am weekend. I didn’t see an F1 race until the 1974 United States Grand Prix.
It seems Ferrari prefers to license Italian model makers over others. It’s a Burago 1/43 Ferrari 512BB you see above and it’s pretty good!
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.
After what seemed like a very long period, Replicarz is back on the 1/43 Indy trail. The 1986 Bobby Rahal Indy winner is the next release.
American teams & manufacturers have celebrated the USA on racecars for a long time. Here’s a few red, white & blue 1/43 models for your patriotic pleasure.
I came upon this Twitter feed while doing reference research for a model car project. What I found was easily the greatest racing car archive of all time.
It’s been a while since John Player Lotus cars raced in F1. Here’s some great JPS Lotus collectibles that celebrate the legacy of JPS black and gold.
Until recently, Indy car models in 1/43 were slim. Replicarz keeps expanding the built-up selection and MA Scale seeks to create kits of every Indy winner.
The work of legendary motorsport photographer Rainer Schlegelmilch has been featured in several books compiled from his vast archives. This book covers Grand Prix races from 1969-1993, which takes us from the cigar-shaped age to the V10 age.