Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Lewis Hamilton's Car in 1:10 Scale

Ok so Heikki Kovalainen drove one too, but really, who's going to build a replica of his car, besides his mom? He looks like he should be hocking Lucky Charms or something. Jerk moment is over. I am a little disappointed that Mark Webber didn't win the World Driver's Championship. Congratulations to Sebastian Vettel and Red Bull Racing. People have been saying the F103 is better than the F104. Give it a few years and that will probably change. While you're waiting, pick up one of these bad boys. Check it out.

PS Tamiya is rereleasing the F150 Lightning and Stadium Blitzer on new chassis'.
More to come...
The McLaren MP4-24 was McLaren-Mercedes' race car for the 2009 Formula One season. Both team drivers Lewis Hamilton and Heikki Kovalainen initially had difficulty achieving good times or results, but at the German GP, after numerous upgrades, the MP4-24 started to show promise. During the break after the German GP, the car was upgraded once more and went on to show its true potential, with Hamilton winning the Hungarian GP as well as the Singapore GP. The MP4-24 finished the season strongly and claimed 3rd in the Constructors' Championship, beating Ferrari by 1 point.

A wide variety of Option Parts are available to further customize your machine such as:
  • Item 54158 F104 Aluminum Diff Housing Set
  • Item 54162 F104 Carbon Rear Shaft
  • Item 54202 F104 Aluminum Upper Suspension Mount
  • Item 54203 F104 Aluminum Servo Mount (L/R)

Specs & Features:
  • 1/10 R/C assembly model kit which depicts the car from the Singapore GP.
  • The ground hugging form of the MP4-24 has been accurately reproduced with durable polycarbonate.
  • The model features 3-dimensional front and rear wings, rear diffuser, side mirrors, and suspension arms for enhanced realism.
  • Body can be assembled with or without the polycarbonate side pontoons.
  • Synthetic rubber slick tires included.
  • Sticker sheet included.
  • The front tires feature non-moving rotating fairings just like the actual machine.

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