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News and Such

Welcome to F1M

Things are a little messy at the moment, but you can sign up for new accounts on the site to post here and in the Forums.

Database of Racing and Sports-racing Cars

This is a follow-up to a post I made two or three years ago about a database that I started some 40 years ago when I realised the importance of correct wheel and tyre sizes to the appearance of scale models.  I subsequently extended the database to include brief details of engine, wheelbase and track dimensions and the spreadsheet is now about 2.5Mb.

The next 1/12 MFH F1 kit has just been announced on Hiro's website

Dear fellow open wheel , F1 , 1/12 scale "every other month model club" members! The next car has just Been displayed with a few very revealing pictures as the 1967 Gurney Weslake car. It looks like there are 2 different versions. The engine looks magnificent....so check out the MFH website so you can see where all your money will be going in January.