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Tamiya Williams FW-13B RENAULT 1/20
Drastic regulation changes for F-1 events, took effect starting the 1989 Formula-One racing season. One regulation banned turbo-charged engines, limiting cars to normally aspirated powerplants with a maximum displacement of 3.5 liters. To comply with the new regulations, the renowed Williams racing team, together with Renault, created the FW12C racing car for the '89 season, using Renault's V-10 cylinder type RS1 powerplant.
Later that year the team introduced an improved FW13 racer, which placed 2nd in the constructor's title competition. This potent machine was further advanced for the 1990 season, by incorporating a new and compact Renault RS2 V-10 engine, and redesignated the FW13B. Chief designer Patrick Head cleverly shaped this racing machine to penetrate the wind with ease. The gear box is transverse mounted, allowing the rear under-wing to provide a more effective downforce. The full vertically mounted front suspension spring/dampers form a unique front nose silhouette, and the tall and wide air intake pod located on the rear cowling provides excellent air flow. Over the years Williams have always sought to achieve competitive excellence, and combined with the highly reputed driving skills of Patrese and Boutsen, the team has achieved some success during the 1990 season.
Part No: 20025
Item Name: Tamiya Williams FW-13B RENAULT
Tamiya 1:20 Tyrrell P34 Monaco 1977
In the 1976 F1 World Championships, Tyrrell P34 six-wheeler made its debut and demonstrated outstanding performance throughout the season. In the following season, P34 obtained First National City Bank as its main sponsor and changed its cowl painting to blue and white two-tone. The P34 in this season featured full engine cowling to improve aero-dynamics and was driven by P.
Depailler and R. Peterson. Tyrrell encountered trouble when the development of P34's unique front tires stagnated as a result of the tire war between Michelin and Goodyear, but they continued their efforts to win by making minor-alterations to their P34 machines throughout the season.
1/20 scale assembly model kit depicts Tyrrell P34 as it appeared in the Monaco GP, 1977 with the same half engine cowling of the previous season.
Overall length: 201mm, overall width: 101mm
Model captures the unique form of the Tyrrell P34 with rear seat cowl, front brake cooling air duct, stabilizer, rear wing side plate, and taillight.
Ford Cosworth DFV engine portrayed with the utmost detail.
Gear box, ignition, and wheels are all precisely recreated.
Driver figure included.
Markings included for recreation of two machines: #3, R. Peterson and #4, P. Depailler.
Part No: 20053
Item Name: 1:20 Tyrrell P34 Monaco 1977
Tamiya 1/20 Porsche 928S
Part No: 20066
Item Name: 1/20 Porsche 928S
Tamiya 1/20 RED BULL RACING RENAULT
The 2010 Formula One season saw Sebastian Vettel become the youngest ever Formula One champion while driving the Red Bull RB6. During the season, the car demonstrated excellent performance, although the season was certainly not smooth sailing for the team. In fact, the competition was fierce and four drivers entered the season finale with a chance to claim the Drivers' Championship.
2006 world champion Fernando Alonso of Ferrari led the overall standings, with Vettel in fourth place and needing to win the race as well as hope that Alonso would finish in fifth place or lower in order to be crowned as the champion. Starting from pole position, Vettel remained calm through the chaotic race, which included a safety car deployment on the opening lap, and took the checkered flag. Remarkably, Alonso was only able to finish in seventh place, which allowed Vettel to complete his miraculous comeback to claim the first Formula One title for himself and for Red Bull Racing. The 1/20 scale Tamiya model faithfully captures Adrian Newey's sleek design in every detail.
Part No: 20067
Item Name: Tamiya 1/20 RED BULL RACING RENAULT
Tamiya 1:24 Mini Cooper
Part No: 24039
Item Name: 1:24 Mini Cooper
Tamiya 1/24 Nissan R89C Kit
In order to win the 1989 Le Mans 24 Hours Endurance Race, Nissan came up with the R89C Group C race car. It featured a monocoque chassis made from carbon composite material and was powered by a 3.5-liter twin turbo DOHC V8 engine which produced 800hp. The front-mounted radiator was enclosed in the sleek nose section and the smooth curves of the car's distinctive body extended to the cockpit and tail areas.
Nissan entered three of these cars in the 1989 Le Mans, where the No.24 car in particular was among the front-runners early on, but all three were eventually forced to retire due to mechanical issues.
• Super detailed engine and chassis
• 3.5-liter V8 engine features details such as turbochargers and gearbox. Rear cowling can be detached to reveal the engine after assembly.
• Detailed exterior and interior
• Realistic chassis undersurface and suspension
• Solid synthetic rubber tires
• Decals included to depict No.23, 24, and 25 cars.
Static Scale Display Model
Part No: 24093
Item Name: Tamiya 1/24 Nissan R89C Kit
Tamiya Castrol Toyota Tom's Supra G
The Japanese GT Car Championships were inaugurated in 1993, and are becoming more popular with motorsports buffs throughout domestic Japan. In addition to the highly modified Japanese cars, the super cars of Europe, like Ferrari, Lamborghini and Porsche, vie for the title.
During the 1995 season Toyota entered a fleet of their race tuned Supra GT's into this popular event.
Packed into the Supra look alike body shell was Toyota's latest racing technology. A 2,140cc, 4-cylinder turbocharged powerplant was taken from Toyota's Eagle Mk.III racing machine, which was active during the '93 IMSA races in the U.S.A. The X-Trac developed sequential 6-speed gearbox efficiently transmitted this engine's awesome power to the rear wheels. Four wheel double wishbone suspension components were taken from another Toyota prototype racer, the TS010. The body shell was extensively modified to obtain even better aerodynamics. Additional air intakes and outlets, oversized fenders and a huge rear spoiler, gave its massive silhouette and even more aggressive appearance.
Four different racing teams used the Supra during the '95 season and among them, Tom's was sponsored by Castrol. Driven by skilled drivers Sekiya and Krumm, the Castrol Tom's Supra pleased the racing fans with its outstanding performance throughout the season.
Part No: 24163
Item Name: Tamiya Castrol Toyota Tom's Supra G
Tamiya 1/24 Austin Mini Cooper 1275
Genius designer Sir Alec Issigonis was the driving force behind the quintessential British automobile, the Mini. In 1959, the British Motor Company released two versions of the Mini based on their Morris and Austin brands-the Morris Mini Minor and the Austin Seven. The most salient characteristic of the Mini was its roominess.
Despite a 3m body length, the Mini could comfortably fit four large adults with room to spare. This economy of space was accomplished by using a compact two-box layout, which positioned the transmission and gearbox in the oil sump. Four-wheel independent suspension and small diameter 10" wheels ensured a low and balanced ride. The popularity of the Mini grew and soon the Mk.II and Mk.III versions were born. In 1961, John Cooper of British racing fame souped-up the engine and introduced it to the public as the Morris Mini Cooper. Later, the Mini Cooper S was also created for race and rally participation. The finest version of the "S" type, the Mini Cooper 1275S Mk.I was released in 1964. It featured a 1275cc engine and was entered in the 1964 Monte Carlo Rally, among many higher-powered opponents. What it lacked in power, it made up for in nimbleness, taking the overall victory in the '64, '65 and '67 races. Both the Morris and Austin versions of the Mini Cooper S were built, differing from each other only in grill design and emblem. And while a new version of Mini was announced in September 2000, the worldwide popularity of the original Mini remains as strong as ever.
Plastic w/Rubber Tyres
Part No: 24235
Item Name: Tamiya 1/24 Austin Mini Cooper 1275
Tamiya Subaru Inpreza 2001
Cool, damp and slippery conditions are the norm of this unpredictable and gravel-surfaced final WRC event that runs through the rugged forests of Southern Wales. Tamiya presents a 1/24 scale model of the Subaru Impreza machine that captured the WRC 2001 Driver's Championship under the skilled driving of Richard Burn's at the always unpredictable and never dull Rally of Great Britain.
When Richard Burns earned his first Drivers' Championship Title in the 2001 World Rally Championship season it would mark the first time that an English man became champion in WRC history.
The car Richard Burns drove in this brilliant season was the Impreza WRC 2001. The 2001 Impreza adopted a four-door sedan body and was highlighted by compound headlights, spoiler attached to the extreme rear and blister-style fenders. Based on race feedback from previous Imprezas, various modifications were made to improve reliability. The well-balanced horizontally opposed 4-cylinder turbo engine underwent extensive tuning to boost responsiveness, and major progress was made with electronic control of the semi-automatic transmission and front, center, and rear differential gearing.
Part No: 24250
Item Name: Tamiya Subaru Inpreza 2001
Tamiya 1/24 Porsche Carrera Gt
Part No: 24275
Item Name: 1/24 Porsche Carrera Gt
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