Tamiya's 1/20 F1 racer, as piloted by Richie Ginther to victory in the 1965 Grand Prix in Mexico City. Honda's and Goodyear's first Formula One win; he won 2.89 seconds ahead of the next car :) (source: Wikipedia). I love the 1960's [...]
Hopefully, for some hours this jolly yellow-green fellow will inject a bit of a happy appearance to the homepage of iModeler.
Two years back at the Nürnberg Toy Fair the kit was given to me directly from the owner of Ebbro. In return I promised [...]
The most beautiful formula one ! Gordon Murray engineer and Nelson Piquet world champion in 1983 with this car...A good kit from Beemax...You can build this easy .
I wait the Delta S4 of Henri Toivonen from this manufacturer...
Here is a model I did a little while back. It is Falke model by Hasegawa:
As usual with practically all my builds, I like to give models my own personal touch. The Falke is definately no exemption here. I have heavily modified the original kit[...]
Ferrari 126CK, 1/20 Fujimi kit, painted with Tamiya spray cans and acrylics/Humbrol enamel.
I added some detail, photo-etched bolts and nuts, Studio27 seatbels, wires, cables and other engine and mechanical details.
I hope you like it.
Tyrrell 020, Tamiya kit, very simple, painted with Tamiya spray cans and acrylics/Humbrol enamel.
I added little detail, photo-etched bolts and nuts, Studio27 seatbels, wires, cables and some foil to replicate the heat shield in engine compartm[...]
Here is a What-if model I built some years ago. The inspiration for this model was put into reality after seeing Igor Sobolevsky wonderful 3D art station work called 'Axiom Racing'. His 3d version is just breath taking. The scale is 1/20.
Yep. I am a sci-fi builder as well. :) This build was inspired from a 3D artist drawing of a wasteland hover bike, I found on the net. The 3D drawing gave me the fuel to build something similar. But as always, I kind of like to tweak things to g[...]
McLaren MP4/2 1984 British GP Aoshima Beemax 1/20 scale.
Kit Beemax No.03
Price £50.20 (Grand Prix Models)
To me the GP cars of this period are visually more attractive than their modern counterparts with their massively complex aerodynamics[...]