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Diecast models
 

In the 1:43 scale models, Spark models are a serious alternative to the popular Minichamps models. Spark models are resin based and in recent years they have been able to license current season cars like Marussia, HRT, Lotus, S...

 
 
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General F1 history books come in 2 types – the large photo ‘encyclopedias’ or the story-based paperbacks. Burning Rubber – The Extraordinary Story of Formula One by Charles Jennings falls squarely into the second category...

 
 
 
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Ayrton Senna through my eye by Paul-Henri Cahier is another very smart looking hardcover photo book album dedicated to the great Brazilian driver. Most people would have seen Paul-Henri Cahier’s photography featured in ma...

 
 
Book
 

Portrait of the 60s: Formula 1 is another Rainer Schlegelmilch and Hartmut Lehbrink heavy hardcover book collaboration. The book is a photo portfolio of the leading grand prix drivers during the 1960s. As a long time fan of Sch...

 
 
Diecast models
 

A few posts ago, I posted shots of Red Line Model’s 1:43 scale Ferrari 312B3. Just to better illustrate the comparison of different diecast manufacturers, I thought it would be useful to put the following Nikki Lauda 1:43...

 
 
Book
 

To complete my trilogy of Michael Schumacher book reviews during the F1 summer break, I dusted off a good reference hardcover on the subject which I added to my collection after Michael retired from Ferrari. The late Christophe...

 
 
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During the F1 season break, apart from re-reading the Michael Schumacher books in my collection, I’ve also been trying to find out a bit more on what has been circulated online about the 7th instalment of the super secret...






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