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Fenix Racing Ferrari T2 body shell

The Italian brand Fenix Racing have introduced their newest body for the 70 F1 series: a super detailed replica of the Ferrari T2 as raced in 1976 by Niki Lauda and Clay Regazzoni. The T2 is the car that Lauda drove when he suffered his infamous Nurburgring crash and made utterly famous by ‘Rush’, the movie.

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Fenix: Classic Team Lotus 78 body for Tamiya F103 - F104

After the Lotus 49, Fenix Racing is releasing their new, fully-licensed Classic Team Lotus 78 high-quality polycarbonate body for Tamiya F103 and F104 chassis. The Lotus 78, in the iconic black and golden livery, was used during the 1977 and 1978 Formula 1 seasons and was the first to use the ground effect technology.

According the legend, when the Lotus 78 model went to the wind tunnel Tony Rudd told to Colin ChapmanThe Mosquito Flies!”.

In 1977 Team Lotus was coming from the “Colin’s Confus-a-car”, aka Lotus 77, which was born with far too many variables to be really competitive and, on top of that, they were still struggling for a solution to compete with flat 12 cylinders coming from Italy…

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March 761

Vintage Formula 1 enthusiasts will be happy to know that the Italian Fenix Racing has presented the new Formula 1 March 761 body shell, an official replica of the original car produced by the British company March Engineering in the mid-seventies.

The body was presented during the ETS final and includes lots of engine and rear suspension detail. The March 761 body is transparent and fits the Fenix Racing Classique, Tamiya F103 and F104 kits and as well most of today’s formula chassis.

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Classic Team Lotus 49

The Italian brand Fenix Racing presented the new Classic Team Lotus 49 body shell for their Classique Pan Car kit. The body is made utilizing the original drawings with the approval of the Classic Team Lotus, run by Colin Chapman’s son. 

The highly distinctive sleek and smooth lines were recreated with a challenging lexan mold build using both 3D cad technologies and manual craftsmanship, giving a race-worthy reproduction of the Classic Team Lotus 49.

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