Ten years after theirs successes in endurance racing, the Kremer brothers decided to build a new Porsche 917 for LeMans 24 Hours 1981.
The team is supported by the German factory, but it arrive in LeMans without a lot of tests and the new Porsche 917 K for Kremer and not anymore for “Kurz”.The results are not as high as the expectations: the team, three-colored 100 % for the occasion, is obliged to retire the race after 82 laps only.
Scale 1:32, ready to race at the slot racetrack. Continue reading “Porsche 917K no. 10”
It’s a hattrick of interviews for you as our exceptionally busy, but apparently very active, Head Researcher managed to scoop another interview for Test Track. Following chats with both Rollcentre Racing and West Surrey Racing, Simon managed to catch up with Nick Tandy, factory driver for Porsche Motorsport, and get the scoop on recent events, Le Mans and, of course, Scalextric. Take it away Simon…
One of our flagship GT releases for 2018 is the glorious 911RSR that Nick Tandy, Patrick Pilet and Kevin Estre drove in the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans (C3944). While the race didn’t go to plan for the group this year, 2015 actually saw Nick win overall and when the opportunity came for us here at Scalextric to meet him for a chat, we couldn’t resist! Grabbing him almost straight off the plane after a win at the 2018 Sebring 12 hours we got right to it. Read more at the scalextric website here.
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The Porsche 962 is a sport-prototype racing car created to replace the already successful Porsche 956, in order to allow it to race the IMSA and WSC Group C competitions
It was one of the most successful racing cars ever and it won several competitions all over the world:
– World Sport-Prototype Championship in 1985 and 1986
– 24h Le Mans in 1986, 1987 and 1994
– IMSA GTP Championship in 1985, 1986, 1987 and 1988
– 24h Daytona in 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989 and 1991
– 12h Sebring in 1985, 1986, 1987 and 1988 The IMSA ‘GTP’ regulations required some modifications in comparison with Porsches designed for the Group C.
Front axle was shifted 12 centimetres ahead, so that driver’s feet could stay behind the hubs of the wheels. The boxer 6 cylinders engine had a displacement of 3.2 litres, was air-cooled, with only one turbo, 2 valves per cylinder and one single overhead camshaft.
This car, driven by John Hotchkis, Jim Adams, John Hotchkis Jr, reached 5th place at the 1987 Daytona 24 Hours racing for the Hotchkis Racing Team.
BRM offers from this week a rival to its previous model, the McLaren GTR GT1. In the form of pre assembled kit, now comes the 1996 Porsche 911 GT1 at 1:24 scale, one of the stars of the late 90s. The model that incorporates a anodized aluminum chassis with plastic anglewinder engine mount, include suspensions, front and rear axles regulation and aluminum rims. For now, the kit, which is delivered with pre-mounted chassis, offered only a version in white plastic body, unpainted and would not be until early 2016 that BRM will sell the first unit with competition livery.
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In collaboration with Modelismo Team, SRC’s Distributor in Mexico, and with the approval of Escudería Hermanos Rodriguez, the Porsche 914/6 GT driven by Hector Alonso Rebaque and Guillermo Rojas (Memo) in the 1,000 Km of Mexico 1973 will be reproduced by SRC in the coming months, in a limited 520 numbered units Special Edition. Slotracemodel in scale 1/32 by Slotracingcompany. (At http://www.miniatuurauto.nl/porsche-914-6-viceroy/)
From slot racing Company (Spain), the Porsche 914/6 24h Daytona 1971 J.Buffurn – E.Kremer (SRC 01603), slotracemodel in scale 1/32, 1020 pieces made. The 24 Hours of Daytona is an endurance race that takes place in the layout Daytona International Speedway USA. The race is held since 1966, always in late January or early February. Porsche is the most successful brand cars in this race with 22 wins. The Porsche driven by John Buffurn and Erwin Kremer just in 8th place on the grid starting from the 32nd position.
and the Porsche 914 Targa Florio 1973 G. di Gregorio – F. Mannino (SRC02001), also 1020 made. Scale 1/32. The Porsche 914 was a two-seater roadster with central engine, manufactured and marketed by Volkswagen and Porsche between 1969 and 1976.
The Targa Florio, or also known as the Tour of Sicily, was one of the most famous races in Italy. Its first edition was in 1906.The 57th edition of the Targa Florio was held on May 13, 1973; Their where 80 participants, among whom was the Porsche 914 with Giuseppe de Gregorio and Francesco Mannino, with the number 127, which finished in 55th position.
Scaleauto is proud to introduce its new home racing line of cars under the Scaleauto Home Series brand.
This 1/32 line of entry level cars starts with two beautiful classic Porsche 935. The 24h Daytona 1980 #30 • Electrodyne (SC-9101) and the DRM Norisring 1980#6 • Rolf Stommelen (SC-9102).
The new Scaleauto Home Series fulfills the needs for the beginner level and easy-gaming slot car enthusiasts. Detailed Ready-To-Run slot racing cars with sidewinder position motor and magnet. Compatible with all types of analog slot tracks.
Porsche 935 n°40 24 Heures du Mans 1976 Martini Racing Team (ref. 132040MEVO). Both models are slotcars in scale 1/32 and fitted with Slot-it parts and turned aluminum rims. For the 1976 version, it is a improved version in comparison with the first production delivered in 2011.
Porsche 935 n°40 24 Heures du Mans 1977 JMS Racing (ref. 132054M)