Graham Heeps hits the racetracks of Le Mans and Sebring with some newly arrived Porsches in 1:64
Alex Winson looks at some legendary Porsche racers courtesy of scale legends Minichamps' recent collaboration with Tarmac Works.
All about the Gulf! Or is it? Graham Heeps looks at a classic Hot Wheels Porsche set
Alex Winson looks at a well dressed variant of Majorette's Porsche 934 RSR.
Graham Heeps was surprised to find this loose Daytona Coupe at a toy show in Calgary last weekend
Welcome to the latest chapter of Operation: Get more cars out of their boxes
A Le Mans-winning McLaren...and not a Gulf logo in sight
Ahead of this weekend’s delayed 2020 Le Mans 24 Hours, here's a great model of the Signatech/Alpine LMP2 car from 2015. It's just been announced that Alpine will back a higher-profile LMP1 machine next season
If you've read my previous posts you'll know I like to travel and when I do go abroad I try to bring home diecast each time. The more obscure the better, and these cars are one of my favourite finds.
The Nissan DeltaWing is such a unique car, I'm surprised that only Spark have risen to the occasion to model it in 1/64. But to be honest I can think of few companies more qualified to give it a shot, given the legendary quality of their 1/43 scale race cars.
Model: Minichamps Porsche 934 RSR (Helmut Kelleners, ADAC Eifelrennen, 1976) & Porsche 911 GT3 RSR (Seikel Motorsports, Le Mans 24, 2007) Line: Minichamps 1/64 Ebay link: Minichamps 1/64 Porsche Why I am featuring it: The fact that this was published before I'd even begun writing has been a bit of a godsend really, as I'd …
Model: Tomica Sigma MC74 Mazda Release: Tomica main line Where to get it: eBay Why I am featuring it: My parents have been welcome but accidental enablers to my hobby ever since I was in a pushchair and this car is sort of proof of that. One day when I was about 8 or 9 …